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Survey: Kingston is a Conductor for Paranormal Activity

This week FlightNetwork.com, a Canadian online travel agency, released the result of a poll asking travelers about their spookiest, scariest travel opinions. In a media release for the survey results, special mention was made of a “particularly knowledgeable respondent” who informed pollsters that the entire city of Kingston, Ontario ‘is built on limestone and is… Keep Reading

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Kingston Team Ties Record at National Slam Poetry Finals

The local “Kingston Pen” team, in its inaugural year, finished fourth overall in the National Poetry Slam Championships at the 2011 Canadian Festival of Spoken Word (CFSW). This was the eighth annual edition of CFSW – Canada’s premier slam poetry event – and the local team was one of 20 teams representing 17 communities across… Keep Reading

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The Mansion to Host Joe’s MILL Fundraising Concert

Joe’s M.I.L.L. and K-Rock 105.7 have announced a musical event to support the Joe Chithalen Musical Instrument Lending Library. “A Joe Show” will be held at the Mansion – 506 Princess Street – on Thursday, November 17, to celebrate Joe Chithalen’s birthday. The event will be headlined by Bloom and Rueben DeGroot and His Whole… Keep Reading

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K-Rock Centre Transformed for Saturday’s Crystal Ball Gala

On Saturday, October 15, the K-ROCK Centre will be transformed into a glittering Ballroom as it plays host to the inaugural Crystal Ball Gala, in support of The Limestone Learning Foundation. The sold out crowd of seven hundred guests will come together for this black tie evening on the floor of the K-Rock Centre arena.… Keep Reading

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Sneak Peek: Battlefield 3 Beta, PC Video Game

Most fans of Electric Arts’ Battlefield line of combat shooters will be waiting until October 25th to finally check out the newest entry in that series, but many are playing its beta version right now. One of these privileged few who got into the beta preview, and who also tested the earlier Battlefield 3 (BF3)… Keep Reading

Ursula the Polar Bear tour of Queen's University
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Ursula the Polar Bear Tours Queen’s University

Ursula, a 40-centimetre tall wooden polar bear, toured Queen’s University on Friday as part of her cross-country tour of Canada’s universities and colleges. The polar bear is symbolized in the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) coat of arms, representing both wisdom and Canada’s Aboriginal people. “Ursula on Tour” is an initiative of… Keep Reading

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Avril Lavigne Sheds Tears in “Wish You Were Here” Video

Today, Napanee’s Avril Lavigne released her latest video from the Goodbye Lullaby album: “Wish You Were Here” (video embedded below), a song written by Lavigne along with Martin Max and Johan Karl Schuster. This release marks the third video from her album, following productions for the songs “What the Hell” and “Smile“. The ballads video… Keep Reading

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Blues Brothers Television Series in the Works

According to Variety magazine, actor and SNL Alumnus (and long-time Kingston area resident) Dan Aykroyd will take part in a TV series based of his famous Blues Brothers characters. Both Aykroyd and Judy Belushi – widow of Blues Brother John Belushi – own the TV rights to the characters, and she has reportedly been involved… Keep Reading

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