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  • Royal Military College commissioning parade
    par Ian MacAlpine le 18/05/2019 à 5:25

    About 200 graduating officer-cadets of the Royal Military College of Canada marched off the parade square on Friday morning to Auld Lang Syne played by the RMC pipe and drum band. Friday’s commissioning parade was the third of four events for RMC’s 2019 Graduation weekend. Special […]

  • Local songstress sings way to world stage
    par Patrick Kennedy le 18/05/2019 à 5:25

    While she is yet to sing at La Scala, The Bolshoi, the Met or other big-league, world-famous opera houses, give her time. Raw talent and indefatigable dedication and perseverance are powerful tools when a young singer like KIngston-born-and-bred operatic soprano Andromahi (Mahi) Raptis is climbing […]

  • Grown-up purchases can wear you down
    par Ben McLean le 18/05/2019 à 12:00

    Every so often, you’ll go through a stretch when being an adult seems like a pretty good time, until a series of powerfully lame, but entirely necessary, grown-up purchases snaps you back to reality. And, man, when it rains it pours, figuratively and literally. It’s been raincoat […]

  • Kim continues to play games with Trump
    par Louis Delvoie le 18/05/2019 à 3:36

    The crisis atmosphere created two years ago over North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles programs was always overblown. Did North Korea ever pose a serious threat to the security of the United States? The answer has to be a clear and categorical no. With a few nuclear warheads […]

  • My pro wrestling dreams are about to come true
    par Bill Welychka le 18/05/2019 à 3:33

    I eagerly agreed to be involved with Chinlock Wrestling 5, a big pro wrestling legends convention and match mayhem at the Leon’s Centre on June 15. It promises to be eastern Ontario’s biggest day/evening of sports entertainment ever witnessed. It was easy saying yes. I love and respect […]

  • In praise of public art
    par Kamille Parkinson le 18/05/2019 à 3:32

    There’s just something about a place that has artwork as part of the fabric of its public spaces — something that gives it a feeling of cultural depth and sophistication — that makes places without public art rather barren in contrast. This idea was brought to mind in […]

  • Letters to the Editor: May 18
    par The Whig-Standard le 18/05/2019 à 3:31

    Something doesn’t add up: Housing in Kingston Early in May, Kingston’s city council approved a strategic plan for this council term. At the top of the list of five priorities is “increase housing affordability.” Everyone agrees that more affordable housing is badly needed in […]

  • New competition aims to help local musicians emerge
    par Peter Hendra le 18/05/2019 à 3:31

    There’s a new opportunity for the city’s musicians to not only get noticed, but play at the Isabel. The YGK Emerging Musician Competition is open to solo acts and bands of up to five people who live in or within a 50-kilometre radius of the city. You must be at least 18 years of age, […]

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