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  • Mar 31 - Apr 6, 2011
  • Vol. 18, No. 44
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Arts + Culture

  • Authentic <i>Forgery</i>
  • Literary
  • Authentic Forgery

    Open Heart Forgery’s anthology continues to put poetry in unexpected places cap: Open Heart Forgery’s anthology brings a year of stealthy poetry together.
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  • CFAT at HIFF
  • Film + TV
  • CFAT at HIFF

    Legacy: The Centre for Art Tapes celebrates 20 years of its Media Arts Scholarship program with a screening at the Halifax Independent Film Festival.

Best of Halifax

  • Best Video
  • Music
  • Best Video

    The Dirtiest Drunk (In The History of Liquor) by The Stanfields Directed by Aram Kouyoumdjian
  • Best Song
  • Music
  • Best Song

    “The Dirtiest Drunk (In The History of Liquor)” by The Stanfields

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

News + Opinion

  • Bloomfield blooms
  • Environment
  • Bloomfield blooms

    The north end community shows us there’s a right way to develop---and it doesn’t resemble the status quo.
  • Claytime Pottery shuts
  • Shoptalk
  • Claytime Pottery shuts

    [image-1] According to a Facebook status update, Claytime Pottery Painting Studio (748 Bedford Hwy, 443-6300) appears to be closed. On March 3, the business posted, “We will be open regular hours until March 17---sorry for the inconvenience.” Since then, the phone line has been disconnected and the website has been taken down.
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City Guides

  • Ask an expert: George McCarthy, roofer
  • Homes Halifax
  • Ask an expert: George McCarthy, roofer

    With 30 years in the business, McCarthy has worked on roofs all over Atlantic Canada. His company, McCarthy’s Roofing, has locations here, in Newfoundland, PEI and New Brunswick, with 230 employees, working on residential and commercial roofs.
  • Ask an expert: Omar Gandhi, architect
  • Homes Halifax
  • Ask an expert: Omar Gandhi, architect

    Originally from Ontario, he worked for Brian MacKay-Lyons, has been working for himself for the past year and is in the process of becoming registered as an architect, so he officially calls himself an Intern Architect.
  • Ask an expert: Glen Strang, home inspector
  • Homes Halifax
  • Ask an expert: Glen Strang, home inspector

    The local co-owner of AmeriSpec Home Inspection Service along with Darren Smith, Strang has worked in his field since 1995. AmeriSpec offers the gold standard for home inspections, looking for more than 400 different points and items.
  • Get paid to save energy
  • Homes Halifax
  • Get paid to save energy

    Whether building a new home, buying an older one or just renovating your current abode, performing an energy audit is one way to get ideas on how to lower your overall energy consumption and reduce your power bill. And investing in renovations to make you
  • The ABCs of  mortgages
  • Homes Halifax
  • The ABCs of mortgages

    What is a mortgage? What kinds of mortgages should you be getting? We have some tips and tricks to help get to the facts of the matter.
  • A solid investment
  • Homes Halifax
  • A solid investment

    Flipping a house is a risky way to make money. Instead consider the example of Blye Frank and Jim Oulton, who lived in their character home for 19 years before selling—for nearly four times what they paid. How’s that for buy, hold and prosper?
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  • Home of the future
  • Homes Halifax
  • Home of the future

    Susan and Brainard FItzgerald’s modernist house stands out in Halifax’s north end, but that’s because it was built with the next 100 years in mind: to be a smaller, dual-purpose space for work and living.
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  • Bathroom babylon
  • Homes Halifax
  • Bathroom babylon

    If the kitchen is a home’s heart, the bathroom is its guts. You want that room to be trim, functional and reliable, with a bit of style, too. Here are three peninsular bathrooms, under three different budgets, given a touch of grace by their owners.
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