fbpx

Martello Alley’s virtual solution to pandemic shopping

Imagine being able to visit your favourite store from the comfort of your own home. Although there’s no replacement for the real thing, one business owner is hoping a virtual touch will help boost sales amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  “It made me really decide at the last minute that I

Read more

Temporary fixtures at ‘The Hub’ in place until public art installation

If you’ve happened to travel through the intersection of Princess and Division Streets lately, you most likely noticed a number of magenta objects have popped up on the sidewalks in the area. The eight brightly-coloured lipstick-shaped fixtures are only there temporarily, according to the City of Kingston. “These are temporary

Read more

Froid’Art 2019 is here to enjoy

For the past five years, there’s been something pretty unique and interesting illuminating parts of the city in the coldest, darkest months of the year. Froid’Art, the project started by David Dossett and Martello Alley, is now installed throughout the area, with some of the frozen art installations as far

Read more

Portsmouth candidates agree to no signs during campaign

Carrying on a tradition nearly a decade old, the candidates running to represent Portsmouth District in the upcoming municipal election have agreed they will not use election signs during their campaigns. The last time election signs were used by candidates in Portsmouth District was during the 2006 municipal election, said

Read more