World of Dance Comes to Kingston
Do You Need Critical Illness Insurance?
An Exclusive Interview with Emmy Winner Tessandra Chavez
The third season of NBC’s World of Dance may have finished, but the passion for dance continues with the second world tour scheduled to begin this fall, with a stop at the Leon’s Centre on Oct. 20.
There is Still Time for Better Grades
Recovering from a serious illness can come at a significant cost. If it happens to you, how will you pay for it?
Life’s Brighter Under the Sun
Report cards are an important milestone in the school year, and while they may cause stress and concern, there is still plenty of time to get better grades before the end of the year.
PROUD to Support the Community: Shorelines Casino Thousand Islands
Tania Ashe Santin was just 19 years old when she began investing money, putting $75.00 twice a month from every pay cheque into a universal life insurance policy that she never gave a second thought to.
The Power Authentic Visuals Will Give Your Brand: Kaufmann Photography
How would you help your community if given the opportunity? Shorelines Casino Thousand Islands is an active community citizen and together with their over 270 team members is focused on supporting the community through volunteering, either by in-kind or financial means.
Ian Juby and KCS: Inspired to Innovate and Collaborate
In our fast-moving society, it is often the visual images that are recognized and acknowledged first. Even before our minds register who or what a brand is, we’ve already made a mental judgment — whether good or bad — about them. Differentiating your business from the competition and leaving a lasting, positive impression with your audience is key to building a successful future for your brand.
Meet Still Young
Ian Juby leans on the bar in an upstairs lounge at The Public House. It’s late on a December evening, and the Kingston Choral Society, for which he is the artistic director, has just completed a rousing, sold-out performance of Handel's Messiah. While relieved choristers and Orchestra Kingston members unwind over wine and nachos, Juby is already onto his next musical challenge.
Be the Black Sheep
How do two Kingston-born musicians become internationally-recognized electronic dance music (EDM) stars? For local EDM duo Still Young, the journey has been anything but conventional.
Take a look at your life and ask yourself: are you happy? For many people, happiness is a complex pursuit that takes years to master. Morgan Pierce, life changer and owner of Black Sheep Thinking, has made it his job to help people discover their happiness.