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Murdoch Mysteries episode shot in Kingston premieres tonight

Whether you’re a fan of the CBC hit drama Murdoch Mysteries or just a fan of all things Kingston, you’ll want to tune in tonight to see the episode of the show filmed entirely in the Limestone City. The 13-season television series set in the early 20th century filmed here

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No one likes decluttering, despite what Marie Kondo says

Clutter is my nemesis. Having kids and a small home (but not a tiny home) means too much stuff — all the time. How do I deal with the clutter? I don’t. Sure, sometimes I’ll sort the pile of mail on my dining room table, or make the kids reorganize

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Over 2,000 Kingstonians attend grand reopening of Library Central Branch

The long awaited grand reopening of the Kingston Frontenac Public Library’s Central Branch happened on Saturday, Mar. 23, 2019. I took my daughters and got lost amongst the sea of people pouring into the building when it opened at 11 a.m. After a welcome from Monica Stewart and Natalie Nossal,

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Children spend too much time sitting… but they don’t have to

  Winter can be a sedentary time of year for many people. The cold weather we’ve been having definitely keeps me inside more than I’d like. Early darkness and messy weather conspire to keep me and my family warm and cozy, and often sitting on our butts! Reading a good

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I Mother Earth and Finger Eleven bring energy and nostalgia to Grand Theatre

Are you ever at a live music event and find yourself wondering how everyone there isn’t moved by the music? I don’t mean teary-eyed at the lyrics, or frothed up into a rage over the message, but just physically wanting to move their body. I can’t be at a concert

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Can you Influence your Kids Music Taste? This Mom Wants To Know

I am 38 years old. That’s almost 40. That also means I was hardcore into the 90s and early 2000s music scene. That makes me sound like a groupie – I wasn’t quite there. But there were some summers I’d follow a band around to all the festivals: Ottawa, Brockville,

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Travel tips for Kingstonian families

Living in Canada means sometimes you’d like to escape the cold winters and head somewhere warm for a few days. At least, that’s what it means for me! And living in Kingston allows for some interesting options when you’re booking your getaway. I am by no means a travel expert,

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Alight at Night – What you need to know before your first visit

Every year, Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ont. transforms from a bustling heritage village to a glimmering wonderland of light. Upper Canada Village has been holding Alight at Night for 18 years. My family and I visited this outdoor lights festival for the first time this year. The amount of

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