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Paved Paradise 2020: Call for submissions reflecting ‘what makes Kingston unique’

For the third year, the City of Kingston is once again planning a ‘Paved Paradise’ project, a temporary public art exhibit right in the heart of the downtown core. The Paved Paradise project debuted in 2018, and this year, the City is looking for submissions that will “help make the

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Regulating Signs and Advertising in Kingston

They’re positioned along every major street, perched high above our busiest intersections, splashed on the sides bus shelters, waiting inside restroom stalls, and even on the backside of Kingston’s parking tickets.  Everywhere you turn in the Limestone City advertisements are attempting to influence us with semi-informative bits of information pulled

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VIA Rail Ads Feature City Hall

The current economic climate has has made day trips, and stay-cations increasingly popular options for tourists. Most Kingstonians are now, more than ever, trying to save a buck. With local attractions including Fort Henry, museums focusing on everything from penitentiaries to the Great Lakes, as well as the nearby Wolfe

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Top 5 Posts from 2008

Although this may instantaneously get lost in the sea of ‘Best of…’ and ‘Top 10’ lists from 2008, it’s that time of year where the Kingstonist team is reflecting on our latest trip around the sun. As Kingstonist gears up to celebrate its first birthday in less than two months

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