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Tett Centre celebrates fifth anniversary

It’s almost hard to believe that one of Kingston’s most beloved and busy hubs didn’t exist just years ago, but today marks a milestone for the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. Friday, Jan. 31, 2020 is the fifth anniversary of the place where dancers practice, artists learn and work,

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Musical Instrument Lending Library opens in Bath thanks to Joe’s MILL

After a generous donation from the Joe Chithalen Memorial Musical Instrument Lending Library (Joe’s MILL), patrons of the County of Lennox and Addington (L&A) Libraries can now borrow music instruments using their library cards. The Bath Branch of the L&A Libraries, located at 197 Davy Street, is now home to

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Kingston Music Scene Year in Review 2019

The Kingston music scene got a nice kickstart to 2019, as the Kingston Live podcast launched its first episode on January 1.  Since then, they have produced 13 episodes, covering a variety of musical genres, along with all the major festivals, and a healthy handful of non-performing people in the

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The case for Kingston as the Music Capital of Canada

The Tragically Hip. Sarah Harmer. The Glorious Sons. Bedouin Soundclash. The Headstones. The Arrogant Worms. These are just some of the bands and musicians that have called Kingston home on their way to national fame. Often, when you hear these names all at the same time, it’s because a Kingstonian

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