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Events

Evelyn Richardson Non-Fiction Award Shortlist Reading

Evelyn Richardson Non-Fiction Award Shortlist Reading Part of the East Coast Literary Award Shortlist Reading Series, and presented by the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, you’ll...

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On Stage

9am to 5pm

Glenda has worked in the secretarial pool for 46 years. She has fixed the copier, the fax machine, the elevator...

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Visual Arts Exhibits

David R. Harper: Entre le chien et le loup

David R. Harper: Entre le chien et le loup The NSCAD alum returns with an exhibit that explores the form and idea of memorials by sculpting and working with...

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The F Word

“Genre conventions can be really excellent tools because a big part of the power you have over your audience is...

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Ten films to catch at the Atlantic Film Festival

Ten films to catch at the Atlantic Film Festival

posted by JULIE SOBOWALE, Sep 11/14

Or, you know, watch whatever you like. comments      1

Council Review: “The Peggy’s Cove of Barrington”

REALITY BITES »

Council Review: “The Peggy’s Cove of Barrington”

posted by JACOB BOON, Sep 10/14

In which the arts community breathes easier and matters aqueous are discussed. comments      0


AFF by day

ARTS NEWS »

AFF by day

posted by JADE NAUSS, Sep 11/14

We take you through a week of movies and several buckets of popcorn. comments      0


Fall Arts Preview - September 2014

FALL ARTS PREVIEW »

Fall Arts Preview - September 2014

posted by DAVID DAHMS, STEPHANIE JOHNS, CARSTEN KNOX, JADE NAUSS, ALLISON SAUNDERS AND JULIE SOBOWALE, Sep 11/14

September comments      0


FIRST LISTEN: Stream VKNGS new album here

THE SCENE »

FIRST LISTEN: Stream VKNGS new album here

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Sep 12/14

Right here, right now comments      0


Living the High Life

THE FEED »

Living the High Life

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Sep 9/14

Spring Garden Road's members only vapour lounge, High Life Social Club, is open for visitors comments      2


Alimentary, my dear

FOOD & DRINK FEATURE »

Alimentary, my dear

posted by MELISSA BUOTE, Sep 11/14

Rustik Magazine goes offline with Alimentary Ideas, a day-long event dedicated to food and words that’s bringing internationally renowned writers to Chester. comments      0


Nova Centre could mean big bucks for Halifax sex workers

NEWS FEATURE »

Nova Centre could mean big bucks for Halifax sex workers

posted by GEOFF DAVIES, Sep 11/14

Convention centre has lots of potential for economic spinoff. comments      5


Hey You Guys

HEY YOU GUYS »

Hey You Guys

posted by PAUL HAMMOND, Sep 11/14

comments      0


Quick and dirty

SAVAGE LOVE »

Quick and dirty

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Sep 11/14

My husband will be turned on if I cheat on him. Is there an app to help me find someone? Plus: Are circumcised guys less sensitive? comments      0


Feds ban citronella pesticides

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Feds ban citronella pesticides

posted by ARIANE HANLON, Sep 11/14

Despite decades of use, the all-natural insect repellant isn’t safe enough for Health Canada. comments      2


Halifax’s disgrace

VOICE OF THE CITY »

Halifax’s disgrace

posted by MICHAEL GOODFELLOW, Sep 11/14

Voice of the City comments      1


The wisdom of Nova Scarcity

VOICE OF THE CITY »

The wisdom of Nova Scarcity

posted by KAREN FOSTER AND BRIAN FOSTER, Sep 11/14

Voice of the City comments      20


Heart to heartbeat

ARTS NEWS »

Heart to heartbeat

posted by CARSTEN KNOX, Sep 11/14

Andrea Dorfman’s Heartbeat, this year’s Atlantic Gala screening at the Atlantic Film Festival, is a love letter to the north end and nurturing creativity, spiked with animation. comments      0


Half-heard, chapter 5

LITERARY »

Half-heard, chapter 5

posted by RYAN ALLEN, Sep 11/14

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Celebrate Gottingen 250

ARTS NEWS »

Celebrate Gottingen 250

posted by DAVID DAHMS, Sep 11/14

With a day-long street party on Saturday and nearly a week of music and events, Gottingen Street toasts itself for being pretty nifty at 250. comments      2


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  5. Spring fashion 2014   (Spring Fashion)
  6. Saying farewell to Nova Scotia for a reason   (Voice of the City)
  7. The business of bare: Inside Ralph's Place   (Feature)
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Survey Asks

Now that we're keeping the Khyber, what should we do with it?

  • Get Mike Holmes to come renovate it.
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In Print This Week

Vol 22, No 15
September 11, 2014

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Reader Restaurant Reviews


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Trapeze Restaurant

Posted by Brenda Shaw, Sep 13/14 at 11:16AM

Went for breakfast after gaming all night. Horrible. Eggs icy cold, the fat strips in the bacon,were that WHITE.RAW.Pancakes seemed heated up more »


Ceilidh's Pub

Posted by RLP, Sep 9/14 at 11:12PM

I have been to Ceilidh's numerous times and am always blown away by the quality of the food. The presentation and taste more »


Organic Earth Market

Posted by RobertaB, Sep 5/14 at 9:47AM

Absolutely the worst customer service I have ever encountered. I have been shopping at formerly Planet Organic for 14 years. I buy more »


Layla Seafood and Mediterranean Cuisine

Posted by specialday, Sep 1/14 at 10:16AM

Awesome food and great service. This is a must go to for amazing food. more »


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