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Tett Centre Celebrates First Birthday

If you’re anything like me, it’s hard to believe that the Tett Centre is already celebrating its first birthday. It feels like just the other day that the arts hub and event space opened its doors and introduced an innovative, co-operative, and synergistic approach to fine arts in Kingston. And

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Six Questions for Kody A. Paul

Meet Kody Paul. Or rather, you’ve probably already met Kody Paul. This frontman for The Kodeines is an unapologetic man about town (“I suppose when I needed it, the downtown scene was there for me,” he explains). Catch him sipping a Java at Casa Domenico or a bourbon at the

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Holiday Rock Show returns another year

On December 22nd, Kingston’s annual Holiday Rock Show will once again return, now in its 21st year. This year, expect to see lots of familiar acts: Sarah Harmer and Luther Wright, Deck the Halls with Balls and Kelly featuring Brucey “the Git,” Emily Fennell, Rocket Surgery, and others. “It’s very

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Kingston Honours WWI Centenary with Installation Project

Between 1914 and 1918, more than 22 million soldiers were wounded and some nine million were killed. An estimated 7 million civilians were also killed. For a relatively nascent Canada, it turned out to be the deadliest war ever fought: close to 61,000 Canadians never came home again. The World

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Six Questions for Jan MacDonald

In the summer, Kingston is alive with numerous events and activities. Many promise delicious eats, perhaps none more so than the Local Food Local Chefs cooking demos that happen each Saturday in Market Square, hosted by Downtown Kingston!. The series kicked off on July 4. Here, the organization’s Projects Manager,

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