All Posts Tagged With: "Downtown Action Revitalization Network"
While there are three weeks remaining in 2010, for the most part, the big news stories and issues that shaped the year have already passed. In the year MMX, Harvey Rosen handed over the gavel to Mark Gerretsen, the 35 year old son of a former Mayor and current MPP, John Gerretsen. Kingston and the [...]
Continue reading Weekly Poll: The Year That Was
When New York City announced that Broadway would become pedestrian friendly and go car-free, I wondered why the Limestone City wasn’t trying the same thing out on Princess Street. It’s far from a new concept as select downtown streets are closed off during large summertime events such as Canada Day, Buskers Rendezvous and Blues Fest. [...]
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Time is running short today and we’re about to make a mad dash out of the city for some camping in the Westport area. I haven’t been “up north” in some time, and I’m quite looking forward to a bit of a break from technology and household chores, even if it’s only for 24 hours. [...]
Continue reading Friday Foto
You may have noticed a post on our calendar letting you know that this Saturday, DARN! (Downtown Action Revitalization Network) is encouraging Kingstonians to make their way down to Vandervoorts to make a purchase (any kind of purchase – if you’re not in need of tools, toys or housewares, I hear the gelato is really [...]
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This Saturday, join members of DARN! (Downtown Action Revitalization Network) by making a purchase at this local business and show your support for Downtown Kingston. DARN! is a local group that is promoting and advocating for a livable downtown by encouraging people to shop at and use specific locally owned businesses. So make your way [...]
Continue reading Swarm Vandervoorts!