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Guide to the 13th Annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival

The thirteenth annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival starts tomorrow, February 28 and runs until March 3.  In addition to feature screenings, the festival is jam packed with various workshops, one-on-one sessions with industry professionals, receptions, Q&A’s, and lots more.  In case you missed it, you can find out more about

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Six Questions for Blaine Allan

Blaine Allan is Associate Professor in the Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University. He has been the chair of the editorial board and managing editor of the Canadian Journal of Film Studies for more than ten years. Throughout his career, he has penned numerous historical examinations of Canadian

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Guide to Kingston Pride 2012

This Thursday marks the beginning of a full month of celebrations for Kingston’s LGBTQ community.  This is Kingston Pride‘s 23rd anniversary and the Pride Board of Directors has been working hard to create a month full of great ways to celebrate.  Events vary from parties to art shows, live music,

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Friday Foto

Happy Friday everyone!  Ugh, who am I kidding, I have to work all weekend…yep, we’re in full swing now (it’s OCTOBER!) and that means, for me, that weekends are not really breaks anymore.  But who am I to complain?  Work for me means doing a concert tonight with The Swamp

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Friday Foto

Call it wishful thinking, but I think that scenes such as the one captured via today’s Friday Foto will soon be upon us.  In comparison to present conditions along Kingston’s waterfront, the only thing that’s really missing from this photo are the thick clouds of those small black flies.  What

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Friday Foto

Have you had a chance to catch your breath yet?  Over the past two weeks, Kingston has been bustling with some rather significant events, specifically Reelout 11, Feb Fest 2010, and now CFRC’s Annual Funding Drive.  With Valentines and Family Day on the horizon next week, it will only be

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Guide to Homegrown Live 2009

This Saturday, May 9th will mark the first of what will hopefully become an annual event in Kingston: The Homegrown Music Festival. The festival will host over 60 local bands at 9 different downtown venues. The event is a fundraiser for The Joe Chithalen Musical Instrument Lending Library (AKA Joe’s

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