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Six Questions for Jay Middaugh

Jay Middaugh was born, like everyone else, just outside of Toronto, but was lucky enough to mostly grow up in Muskoka, where he learned to build snow forts, play music, and make movies. He met his wife Sienna while tree planting, and moved to Kingston in 2003. Jay runs Sleeping

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Guide to The 2016 Skeleton Park Arts Festival

The 2016 Skeleton Park Arts Festival marks the festival’s 10th anniversary, and we couldn’t be more excited about its return to a more grass roots model! The 5-day solstice celebration’s line up is as impressive as ever, which is why it’s one of our top five things to see and

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Top Five Things to See and Do in June 2016

With the arrival of June, the end of another school year is in sight for elementary and secondary school students, and the latest phase of the Big Dig will soon be behind us.   While summer does not officially arrive until June 20th, Kingston has already begun to ratchet up the

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Guide to The 2015 Skeleton Park Arts Festival

The Skeleton Park Arts Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and we couldn’t be more excited! The 10-day solstice celebration’s line up is as impressive as ever, which is why it’s one of our top five things to see and do in Kingston this month. In addition to

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#ygkPlaylist: June 2015

This month’s #ygkPlaylist highlights a trio of local acts performing during this year’s Skeleton Park Arts Festival (SPAF). Throughout the 10-day festival, you will find the likes of local indie rock heroes P.S. I Love You, Danielle Lennon’s cinematic soundscapes, and Kingston’s bluegrass folk sensations The Abrams Brothers performing everywhere

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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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Most Anticipated Fall Events

Summer 2014 is a tough act to follow in terms of its seemingly never ending schedule of amazing events. From Movies in the Square to the Skelton Park Arts Festival, last weekend’s Rib and Craft Beer Festival to raucous Derby Girl bouts, we’ve had a pretty good go over the

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The Skeleton Park Community Songbook: PS I Love You and The Sleepless Goat Choir

When I first caught wind of the Skeleton Park Community Songbook project, I wanted to spread the good word and share the first video from the series featuring PS I Love You and The Sleepless Goat Choir.  There was a slight problem though, as we’d already featured a video by

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Fall 2011

It’s that magical time year where we rhyme off our top five most anticipated community, cultural social and entertainment calendar highlights over the next three months. With Thanksgiving, Halloween and the silly season all fast approaching, here’s what we plan on slowing down to check out! Wolfe Island Corn Maze,

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Guide to the 2011 Wolfe Island Music Festival

While the long weekend was jam packed with events such as the Promenade and K-Town Tri, this coming weekend is equally as busy, specifically for those who will be making the annual pilgrimage to the Wolfe Island Music Festival.  This year’s  2-day festival includes a solid mix of local and

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