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Herma Celebrates 25 years of Style

For any business, just surviving “the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,” is a cause for celebration, but achieving a twenty fifth anniversary must be considered a significant milestone. Located just north of Port Hope on Highway 28 one might be tempted to just keep on driving. Newly installed signage aims to prevent anyone from making such a tragic mistake. It’s a simple and rewarding...

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JT Winik at Studio 22, Kingston

Enigma Variations: or “The Beauty of Awkwardness.” Since my last visit to Studio 22 a lot has happened, with the completion of the renovations alluded to in our article of fall 2016. Uniting the upper and lower floors, the staircase is now approached via a newly created elegant archway, which in turn is accessed from the sole ground floor entrance on King Street: a much neater and more...

Quinta Do Conde

“A 19th Century Farm operating in the 21st Century.” Two of the bravest people I have ever met, Joaquim and Amor Conde, left regular careers in the city of Toronto to pursue the chance farming in Black River, Prince Edward County, at 212 County Road 16. Joaquim operated an automotive repair shop and Amor worked in interior design; a far cry from the life they have adopted in The County. They...

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...

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