Phoebe Cohoe

Her art's an ode to joy

Her art's an ode to joy

Phoebe Cohoe breaks the artist stereotype that many people hold in their minds. That image of the brooding and quirky eccentric is out of...

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Karen Schinners in the City of Kingston greenhouse

Spring is in the (greenhouse) air

Spring is in the (greenhouse) air

Can we all agree that Karen Schinners has the best job in Kingston, caring every day for the beautiful flowers in the warmth of the City of...

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A little taste of spring

Weekend Roundup

Weekend Roundup

Five fun things to see and do in Kingston this weekend 1. Kingston Canadian Film Festival – Feb. 26 – Mar. 1, various times...

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Onion weeding bee

The origin of the onion

The origin of the onion

Out Standing in our Field - I’ll be honest with you; as a kid, I would spit out any onion I tasted. At first I hated the flavour, but I...

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David Letterman

There's lots to do for free in New York City, including sitting in on your favorite TV show. You can apply for free tickets online before your trip. This year is the last chance to catch David Letterman before his retirement. Productions like The Late Show offer Broadway quality entertainment without the high ticket price.

Getting real in NY

Want to explore New York but not stand out like a tourist from another planet? The best way to fit in, to not stand out as a tourist and...

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Crystal Ball

Tim Stiff and Rebecca Hillis were a mentor/student team at the 2013 Crystal Ball. Rebecca, 13, will be performing again at this year's event at the K-Rock Centre on October 24. Tickets are now on sale for the Limestone Learning Foundation fundraiser.

The Crystal Ball—The gala of the year

You'll have no worries about your coach turning into a pumpkin when you get out your gown to join Kingston's who's who at the star-studded...

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Donny Larson and his daughter Dawn.

Kingston's music community bands together to help one of their own

Kingston's music community bands together to help one of their own

Earlier this week, news of a tragic murder-suicide in Texas involving Kingston native Dawn (Larson) Griffa quickly spread across the...

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RMC pedestrian bridge

2015 shaping up as a busy year for construction among the ‘Big 4’

2015 shaping up as a busy year for construction among the ‘Big 4’

News – Some people like to muse that Kingston has two seasons – winter and construction. While winter is still underway, the other season...

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Ontario PC leadership candidates have until 5:00 p.m. ET to sell new memberships

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B.C. polygamous leader seeks to quash charge

B.C. polygamous leader Winston Blackmore asks court to quash criminal charge

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Crowdfunding nets $20,000 for woman in hijab dispute

Online campaign nets $20,000 for Quebec woman told to remove hijab in court

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Cheers for freedom as event proceeds at mall

Organizer says many are pleased cheer event is going ahead despite terror threat

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Ontario

New call to clarify Ont rescue training rules

Ont government being called on to clarify rescue workers training requirements

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Illnesses prompt Toronto meat recall

Toronto deli recalls meat due to possible Listeria contamination: Illnesses reported

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