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  • Apr 14-20, 2011
  • Vol. 18, No. 46
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Arts + Culture

  • Playing alone
  • Theatre
  • Playing alone

    Zuppa Theatre’s The Debacle puts Susan Leblanc-Crawford on a pedestal. Tara Thorne looks way up.
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  • Jane Goodall’s good work
  • Film + TV
  • Jane Goodall’s good work

    Esteemed primatologist and eco-activist Jane Goodall’s message---communicated in a new documentary showing at the Viewfinders Film Festival---is we need to go from knowing about environmental issues to doing something about it.
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Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • The Kindness Killers do The Country Twist
  • The Scene
  • The Kindness Killers do The Country Twist

    The small town of Peterborough, Ontario is known for a few things; Trent University, the pervasive smell of oatmeal, and the Pig’s Ear, which hosts the best bar trivia night in Canada (no foolin’!). What you might not know is that it also boasts a fine tradition of folk and country music that includes musicians like Willy P. Bennett and Washboard Hank. The Kindness Killers is another Peterborough-based band that dutifully tips its hat to the old masters while adding a modern spin. “We’re really interested in applying the form of pre-Nashville country songs and applying it to contemporary
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  • Klezmer king
  • Feature
  • Klezmer king

    Geoff Berner brings his klezmer triumph Victory Party to The Company House on Saturday.
  • Grab bag
  • Feature
  • Grab bag

    The Graboids unleash their fun-loving EP on the world this Saturday.

News + Opinion

  • Human wrongs
  • Editorial
  • Human wrongs

    Stephen Harper has slashed support for women’s, human rights, community and international development groups.
  • Green homes
  • Environment
  • Green homes

    HRM’s solar city uses a smart, visionary model. But is solar power enough to make our homes’ energy green?
  • Manufactured Slum
  • City
  • Manufactured Slum

    Pinecrest-Highfield Park was designed and built so poorly that it was fated to become the city's most crime-ridden neighbourhood. But dedicated community activists are working to rebuild the broken social fabric, with promising results.
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