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Kingston’s first Summer Queer Film Showcase starts June 4

It’s this really cool idea of showcasing lives that are often never seen authentically in film.” — Matt Salton, Executive DirectorReelOut queer film + video festival The show must go on — lockdowns notwithstanding — for ReelOut’s first Summer Queer Film Showcase starting Friday, Jun. 4, 2021. With two virtual

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Hundreds gather with Pride in downtown Kingston

  Hundreds and hundreds of people flocked to downtown Kingston to celebrate Pride 2019 on Saturday, Jun. 15, 2019. From the raising of the Pride flag during the opening ceremonies just after 9:30 a.m. and the Community Fair in Confederation Park all day, to the parade the took the Pride

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Indigenous community takes issue with Kingston Pride

  Kingston Pride kicks off this weekend, and while many are eagerly excited for the opportunity to celebrate inclusion, some members of the community have expressed that they don’t feel welcome. Pride events such as the Pride is the Future: Drag Show and Dance and the Big Gay Brunch will

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Kingston Pride 2019: Parade, events, and everything you need to know

  This weekend, Kingston will be awash in rainbow colours as Pride events take place around the city. Kingston Pride has announced their full list of events, so read on for all of the things to see and do this weekend, as well as road closures to be prepared for.

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Kingston Pride announces 2019 Parade Grand Marshall

  Kingston Pride Inc. has announced the 2019 Parade Grand Marshall for the Kingston Pride Parade. Rear Admiral Luc Cassivi of the Royal Canadian Navy has accepted the invitation to be the Grand Marshall of this year’s Pride Parade. Cassivi began his naval career in 1983 after time as a

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Kingston’s first Queer Prom takes place this weekend

  The Kingston Youth Pride Council and Queen’s Faculty of Education Genders & Sexualities Alliance (GSA) are presenting Queer Prom on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 7 to 10 p.m. Queer Prom will be taking place at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education at 511 Union Street West, a fully

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Top Five Things to See and Do in June 2015

The patios are hopping, the gardens are blooming and the temperatures are steadily rising in our favour.  June is two days away, which means that the end of another school semester and glorious summer vacation are now in sight.   As we look forward to the summer solstice (aka the longest

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Spring 2014

Looking outside, it’s hard to believe spring arrived well over two weeks ago.  The dirty snowpack and wretched ice are still hip deep in the darkest corners of our yards, while trusty furnaces continues to churn out glorious heat on those bone-chilling nights. With warmer temperatures slowly revealing what use

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Most Anticipated Spring Events in Kingston

With the temperature ever so slowly rising, hopes of spring are in the air and Kingstonians are beginning to come out of hibernation once again.  Spring is a great time to start anew, clean out closets, sort through winter clothes and maybe even start planning your garden.  Along with these

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Hall Monitor: Pre-Summer Cleaning

Last night, city council, staff and the public gathered in City Hall for Kingston City Council meeting number 16-2013. The city has published the agenda and addeds online. The bulk of our meeting was fairly straight forward, by-the-books house-cleaning items. A handful of contracts for various services and software were

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