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  • Sep 16-22, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 16
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Arts + Culture

  • Channelling TV Carnage
  • Film + TV
  • Channelling TV Carnage

    TV Carnage founder Derrick Beckles started collecting bad TV clips on VHS tapes. Now he’s sharing the best of the worst at Gus’ Pub.
  • 30 by 30
  • Film + TV
  • 30 by 30

    For the Atlantic Film Fest’s 30th birthday, we’re giving you 30 film reviews from this year’s lineup.
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  • Bylaw busting
  • Arts News
  • Bylaw busting

    Want to open a secondhand shop in downtown Dartmouth? First, get a licence, then forget all about selling music, movies or toys.

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Movies on music
  • Feature
  • Movies on music

    Get a free backstage pass for Dalhousie Art Gallery’s music documentary series.
  • Not just <i>The Once</i>
  • Feature
  • Not just The Once

    This Newfoundland folk trio is discovering that the music they make on the rock appeals to a much larger audience.
  • Brooding for Elliott
  • Feature
  • Brooding for Elliott

    Coming off a whirlwind European tour, the alt-country rockers land in Halifax expecting a party.

News + Opinion

  • Native green
  • Environment
  • Native green

    The new Mi’kmaq Heritage Garden on the outskirts of Truro shows how greenspace planning should work.
  • Steve Streatch discusses traditional farming methods
  • Reality Bites
  • Steve Streatch discusses traditional farming methods

    [image-1] Last week Halifax city council updated its various bylaws related to fire regulation. There wasn't much too controversial there, but the conversation went off in some odd directions. For instance, councillor Steve Streatch had some problems with the part of the fire code outlawing the burning of tires and petroleum products in open air fires. Listen to his take on that here.
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