The empty walls in your bedroom are filled with endless possibilities and if you’ve been thinking about redecorating yours, now’s a perfect time. While it doesn’t seem to make a significant difference at first, adding a few pieces to your wall can make your rooms feel much more personalized. If you happen to overdo it… Continue reading 5 Unique Wall Decorations That Will Make Your Room Look Cool
DECEMBER 23, 2020 – Castle Faggot is a comedic straightforward novella of 85 pages by Derek McCormack with a bonus ten-page afterword by Zac Farley and Dennis Cooper. That last part exists as defense and praise for what I gather is a departure from DM’s normal writing. I admit to being innocent of reading Mr.… Continue reading Christmas Book Review & Interview by Roy Berger: Castle Faggot by Derek McCormack.
Alexandria, Ontario– The Glengarry Artists’ Collective⎮Collectif d’artistes de Glengarry offers an exhibition, presentation and reception celebrating one of the county’s renowned artists, Stuart McCormick. Born in 1905, McCormick was a prolific, self-taught painter. For 40 years he created an artistic record of the Glengarry landscape. He was commissioned in 1959 to create paintings of the… Continue reading Glengarry Artists’ Collective Celebrate STUART McCORMICK July 4th, 2018
Cornwall Ontario – Cornwall City Council let it’s 36 year old public art gallery die. It’s funding cut off to ZERO with many stating that it was dirty politics because of councilors like David Murphy & Bernadette Clement, along with Carilyne Hebert and Elaine MacDonald who actually broke the law while on its board and… Continue reading It’s Time to Let St. Lawrence College Run It’s Own Auditorium in Cornwall. By Jamie Gilcig 113017
Cornwall Ontario – “Painting as a Pastime”, by The Right Honourable Sir Winston Churchill is a book I have treasured over the years. I inherited it in the late ’60’s. It states that the hardcover edition was first published in the 1950’s in the USA by The McGraw-Hill Book Company Inc. According to information… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford #101 Painting & Tiger Tales 072417
Cornwall has a lot of wonderful and talented artists. Brenda Connelly is one of them. She has painted in oils and watercolour but acrylics are her preference at this time. Some years ago when Jean McCormick had her Art Studio on Pitt Street north, Brenda attended the studio for classes. Jean’s daughter Bonnie… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford – Brenda Connelly ARTIST Jan 25, 2017
Cornwall Ontario – The last stages of the end of the thirty six year old public art gallery of Cornwall are about to start. The location itself closed in August. The gallery’s permanent art collection; mostly collected during the 90’s in more friendly tax receipt days, will be going to auction. During the closing of the… Continue reading TAG to Auction Off Art Collection After City of Cornwall Doesn’t Respond JAN 12, 2017
Police Bulletin Calls for Service Kingston Police had 83 calls for service during the 24 hour period starting from 5:00 a.m. on January 3, 2017. Of these 63 calls occurred in the city central area, 15 in the west end, one in the east end, and one north of Highway 401. Some of these… Continue reading Toys R Us & Art Work Thefts in Kingston JAN 4, 2017 #KPS
The Cornwall Free News is looking to share our platform with more writers, photographers, videographers, and artists this year. Do you have a burning passion about a subject or your community? If you want exposure what better place? If you want a soapbox where your voice will be heard this is the spot for you!… Continue reading CFN Looking for Contributors – Opinion, News, Sports, Arts & More! CLICK FOR DETAILS
CORNWALL Ontario – It was an exciting day in Cornwall Ontario’s public art gallery as Canadian Icon and Master Cartoonist Aislin appeared to do some prep for his upcoming show at TAG! Pictured with Directrice of Awesomeness Kimberley Cameron he dropped by the gallery with his wife Anne and Sparky to discuss some of the… Continue reading Aislin Visits Cornwall Ontario Ahead of September 16th Exhibit at TAG
Child Haven International (CHI) has a Home for destitute children along with 22 women in Kathmandu , Nepal where the big earthquake recently has devastated the area. Fortunately, the children were out in the courtyard when the quake struck and are fine. There has been some slight damage to the Home. A note on… Continue reading Seniors Situation Room by Dawn Ford TAGGED & Child Haven International MAY 4, 2015
CFN – The board of directors of The Art Gallery in Cornwall has decided to change its meeting format in order to allow members to participate and voice their concerns. In making the announcement today board Chair Roland Besner said he hoped it would provide more accountability and transparency to TAG operations and encourage Cornwall… Continue reading TAG The Art Gallery Invites Member to Board Meetings Starting in February in Cornwall Ontario !
Once upon a time in a land with meandering waters and a moderately tall stinky mountain lived a goblin named Mikey. He had strange neurosis from being the shortest goblin in the village while having dreams of great things. He was noisy too racing around and chopping up other goblins and monkeys too. The other… Continue reading Happy Halloween! The Tale of Mikey the Goblin by Jamie Gilcig Pt1 – FICTION – Oct 31, 2014
It’s the twenty-second annual Apples & Art studio tour!! Saturday Sept. 28 and Sunday Sept. 29, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily Check out these featured artists below! Free Admission to all studio sites. Cynthia Gatien Studio, 20369 Old Montreal Rd., South Lancaster Artist Cynthia Gatien: cynthiagatien.com I hope people will look at these… Continue reading 22 Annual Apples & Art Studio Tour Featured Artists! Sept 28 & 29 CLICK FOR DETAILS! Cornwall Ontario