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Live music not allowed on patios in KFL&A

After confusion – and upset from local musicians and local music fans – Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Public Health has reiterated that live music is not allowed during Stage 2 of the Provincial Framework for Reopening. When it was initially announced that the KFL&A region, along with the

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Kingston-made music videos premiere today

One of the many events cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic was the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, which was to celebrate its 20th anniversary in March. Of its many film screenings, concerts, and other events, one of the most anticipated events was the Local Music Video Showcase, which was to

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Get ready for the 20th Kingston Canadian Film Festival

As Festival Director Marc Garniss points out, it’s not all that common to see a festival of any sort mark its 20th anniversary these days, but the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) right here in the Limestone City is doing just that. “Lots of festivals these days don’t seem to

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Kingston Film Office announces 15 local music video productions

In a packed the Tir Nan Og Irish pub in downtown Kingston, Alex Jansen, business development manager for the Kingston Film Office, was absolutely buzzing with excitement along with the over 120 people on hand. The pub was filled on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020 with those from local production companies,

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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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Oakridge Ave. to play Holiday Rock Show tomorrow at Stages

  The annual Kingston Holiday Rock Show, this Thursday at Stages, is a benefit show that has been running for the past 23 years, founded and organized by former Weeping Tile bandmates Sarah Harmer and Luther Wright. It’s a gig that pretty much every Kingston band would want to play:

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