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Kingston: The Movie 

The city of Kingston, is home to a collection of world-renowned artists and musicians, and most recently, the O+ Festival, a visionary arts festival that brings artists together with artists of the medical profession. Taking place the weekend of October 8-10, 2010, the O+ Festival will provide free health care and consultation to participating artists.

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