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Introducing the Lexus RX L

Sometime ago I pitched the idea to Aaron Bedard, General Sales Manager of Lexus Kingston, that there could be merit in having a car review written by an ordinary couple taking a “his” and “hers,” point of view, rather than the typical offerings of motoring journalists, who are usually men, existing in an obscure world of their own, speaking, a language known only to themselves, “torque...

Kingston Writers Fest

Whether you’re looking for a light read for the beach, or a heady topic of debate for your next book club, we hope these suggestions will help launch you into an exciting summer of reading love. Zolitude, Paige Cooper (Biblioasis) Short fiction doesn’t often get the respect it deserves, as there’s a tendency to view such stories as incomplete or underdeveloped. Perhaps this is a result of our...

Stand up Paddle Boarding for sport, fun and relaxation

Stand Up Paddle Boarding is growing in popularity. If you enjoy being on water, this activity provides an opportunity to have a close up appreciation of aquatic life, as you navigate a body of water. You will also benefit from a physical work out as you paddle and surf. Your balance will be tested and enhanced practising various yoga poses on your floating board. SUP engages one in fitness...

Prince Edward County Classical Music Festival 2018

Interview with Eric Nowlin by Jeff Keary Researching this topic I came across a book entitled “The Four and the One” * which seemed an appropriate description of the change of directorial hands at the helm of this year’s festival. When one is replaced by four, it says a lot about the one. Stephane Lemelin is the one, to whom considerable credit must be given for making the festival what it is...

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Westben Dare to Pair

Creative Pairings with Food, Music, Wine and More. Westben re-imagines a new future  Artistic Director Brian Finley describes it as rustically sophisticated, yet the purpose-built space is so much more. Known fondly to patrons, friends and locals as The Barn, the unique concert space with seating for 400—with its superb acoustics—has seen myriad world-class musicians and performers grace the...

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