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KFPL to host MAW: A Community Celebration of the Vocal Arts

Tone Deaf Kingston, Ontario’s annual festival of adventurous sound performance, has partnered with King Con and Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) to present MAW: A Community Celebration of the Vocal Arts. This special Kingston-edition of comics author and artist Georgia Webber’s immersive concert series, “MAW,” will take place Saturday, Dec.

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Kingston in November 2017

Time flies when you’re having fun, and how could one not be enjoying life with the fantastic weather Kingston has had lately? Although Fall has been somewhat late to arrive, seasonal staples including picturesque trips to the orchard, navigating challenging corn mazes, and trading scares for sugary treats have all

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#ygkPlaylist: November 2016

This month #ygkPlaylist is dedicated to Tone Deaf, Kingston’s annual festival of adventurous sound performance, which takes place from November 20th until December 2nd. Celebrating it’s 15th year, Tone Deaf prominently features experimental music and sound performance, presenting artists residing both within and outside the Kingston who range from noisicians

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Top Five Things to See and Do in November 2016

Another Halloween has come and gone, the leaves are falling and the days are getting shorter. If you’re like me, it can be hard not feeling a little down as we see summer getting smaller and smaller in the rearview mirror. The good news is, there is plenty to look

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Top Five Things to See and Do in November 2015

Thanks to the conclusion of daylight savings, this weekend we can either choose to gain an hour of sleep, or stay out a bit later than we should.  Ah, the Halloween shenanigans that will ensue… As we look beyond ‘falling back’, there are colder temperatures, snow banks and higher heating

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Most Anticipated Events in November 2015 in Kingston

School is well under way, pumpkins are being carved and the mercury was below zero this morning.  Fall is upon us and November will be here before we know it.  This week we’re taking a look at some of the events that will make this chilly time of year a

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Guide to Tone Deaf 12

Kingston’s annual Festival of Adventurous and Experimental Sound Performance is in its twelfth year and continues to grow and flourish.  The four-day celebration of sound includes an exceptional line up of North American experimental musicians and performance artists, including many Kingstonians. Tone Deaf serves as a vital outlet for a

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Top Five Things to See and Do in Fall 2013

We’re now into the second week of Fall and have already witnessed a handful of significant seasonal events come and go.  Hard to miss extravaganzas such as Writersfest, Run or Dye, Chili Fest and one half of the reinstated Queen’s Homecoming are now part of the history books, but that

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City of Kingston Arts Fund 2013 Grant Recipients Announced

The Kingston Arts Council and the City of Kingston are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 City of Kingston Arts Fund (CKAF) Grants. The Grants were awarded in two categories, Operating Grants and Project Grants. The 2013 CKAF totalled $519,000 and was proportionally divided 70 per cent for

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