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Movies in the Square Begins Tonight

The annual “Movies in the Square” event returns tonight in the Springer Market Square [map]. [UPDATE : Click here for 2015 Movies in the Square details] Seat positioning is on a first-come, first-served basis (bring a chair), and the first movie of the season – “Despicable Me” – begins at dusk (approx. 9:00pm). Audience members… Keep Reading

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Jim Carrey: Stanley Cup Hockey Game “Tearing Me Apart”

Canadian-born actor, Jim Carrey, posted to his Twitter account last night that he was being ‘torn apart’ while watching the Stanley Cup playoffs, tweeting: I Love Vancouver! I Love Boston! EITHER WAY, I WIN AND LOSE!!! It’s tearing me APAAAAART! ?%^P Accompanying the post was a link to a photo (pictured above) of the rubber… Keep Reading

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Kingston-Connected “Yogi Bear” Getting a Sequel

According to Variety magazine, Warner Brothers has announced an upcoming sequel to the CGI-live action film “Yogi Bear”. Although not yet confirmed to be returning for this sequel, Kingston area resident and original Saturday Night Live cast member Dan Aykroyd voiced the animated title character in the first 3D film, and Queen’s University alumn Tom… Keep Reading

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St. George’s Cathedral Announces Summer Concert Series

The St. George’s Cathedral Summer Concert Series continues on Thursday, July 7 from 12:15pm to 12:50pm with the Cranberry Dixie Band. The concert series will continue every Thursday at 12:15pm through August. Admission is free, with a voluntary offering collected. The Cathedral is at the corner of King and Johnson Streets in Kingston. Call 613-548-4617… Keep Reading

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New York City to Close Aykroyd’s Ghostbusters HQ

The Tribeca firehouse in New York City, made ​​famous by the movie Ghostbusters – which starred Kingston area resident, Dan Aykroyd – could well be in its final hours due to budget constraints.  The 1984 film brought fame to the station, which is also known as “Hook and Ladder 8”, but now it is one… Keep Reading

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Downtown Galleries Open Doors for Art After Dark Event

Since it began in the fall of 2008,  downtown art galleries are opening their doors for the sixth time for Art After Dark this Thursday, May 26. The bi-annual event has been a hit with art enthusiasts in Kingston and the area as they’ve visited each gallery during the evening. — Click here for the… Keep Reading

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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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