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White Mountain: Cash Only Ice Cream

Downtown Kingston is only getting busier as the unofficial end of summer collides with the back-to-school transition. With the students’ quickly integrating back into our limestone city, downtown hotspots will be ready for the indubitable rushes. Despite the seasonal changes, ice cream is still a popular treat as the cool

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Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

Within the past year or so, the section of Princess Street contained by Clergy and Sydenham has become home to three distributors of sweet and delicious treats: Cold Stone Creamery, SPIN! and Menchies. Since then, I’ve started to refer to this block as the Dessert District, and until earlier this

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The State of… Downtown Sidestreets (Part 2 of 3)

Last week we revisited a topic that’s near and dear to the hearts of many Kingstonians: the ever-changing landscape of downtown Kingston, specifically lower Princess Street. In our original three part series that was published two years ago, we provided a snapshot of new, relocated and recently closed local businesses. 

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Busking at the Seems

Well, it’s that time of year again, The Buskers Festival!  The celebration of music, art and incredible acrobatics began last night to a great turn out.  I made my way down Ontario Street, weaving in and out of large groups of people circling performers and also enjoyed seeing all the

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Friday Foto

Well, this is bittersweet, isn’t it?  Here we are facing a long weekend but on the other end of it is the start to a new school year and the beginning of the end of summer weather.  I have to say though, I’m ready to move on and to get

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