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Avril Lavigne Releases “Smile” Video

Today, Napanee’s Avril Lavigne released the newest video from her Goodbye Lullaby album entitled “Smile” (video below). This is the second video following “What the Hell”, a song she first performed on “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve”. The singer song-writer also recently announced at the end of the Asian leg of her concert tour,… Keep Reading

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Flashpoint Returning to CBS

CTV’s Gemini Award winning Flashpoint, which portrays the missions of Toronto’s Strategic Response Unit, will be returning to the CBS network in the United States on Friday, May 6. The SRU tactical police squad is inspired by Toronto’s actual Emergency Task Force, and stars Enrico Colantoni, Amy Jo Johnson, David Paetkau and Kingston-born Hugh Dillon.… Keep Reading

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Queen’s Musical Theatre Presents “City of Angels”

This year, Queen’s University Musical Theatre winter production will be returning to the Golden Age of Hollywood with the comedic drama “City of Angels”. City of Angels first opened at New York City’s Virginia Theatre in December 1989, and featured over 900 performances in its 4 year run on Broadway. In 1990, the musical collected… Keep Reading

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Global Fusion 2.0 to Celebrate Cultural Diversity in Kingston

After the great success of 2009’s Global Fusion event, Loyalist Collegiate and Vocational Institute (LCVI) students will be hosting Global Fusion 2.0 this April. The multi-media performance will be open to students, staff and community members on Thursday, April 14 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 p.m. in LCVI at 153 Van Order Drive in Kingston… Keep Reading

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Avril Lavigne Tops Canadian Chart, Tweets to Japanese Fans

The debut week for Avril Lavigne’s 4th album, Goodbye Lullaby, saw it launch to the #1 spot on HMV Canada’s CD sale chart. The singer song-writer just completed an international promotion in Asia and Europe, and has been hitting the airwaves in the U.S. on shows that included “The View”, “The Tonight Show”, and “Jimmy… Keep Reading

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Tragically Hip to Headline Toronto Canada Day Concert

The Tragically Hip have announced they will be headlining a concert on Canada Day in Toronto’s Downsview Park. Also taking part in the July 1 concert are Canadian bands Broken Social Scene, Hey Rosetta! and Buck 65 as well as the American band Weezer. Tickets go on sale to the public this Saturday, March 5,… Keep Reading

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Meet Hockey Hall of Fame’s Darryl Sittler at Feb Fest

Hockey Hall of Fame member Darryl Sittler has been named Hockey Ambassador at Feb Fest’s seventh annual winter celebration. The former Captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs, whose record for the most points ever scored in a game – six goals and four assists in 1976 – still stands today, will be available to meet… Keep Reading

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Canadian Champion Dance Pair Skaters to Open Feb Fest

National skate champions, Vanessa Crone and Paul Poirier, who were crowned this week at the Canadian Championships in Victoria BC, will kick off the start of Feb Fest with a performance at Kingston’s premier winter festival. The “Imagination on Ice figure” skating show will take place Thursday February 3rd, immediately following the Opening Ceremonies at… Keep Reading

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