Listen to this year’s New Music

Welcome to the biggest and best New Music Issue yet, with 101 acts and a five-hour playlist.

In This Week's Issue

It’s been an epic year for musicians starting projects, so it’s an epic New Music issue. In the annual up-and-comer round-up, arts editor Stephanie Johns reveals 101 acts. For the full impact, pick up the print version’s amazing two-page map.

News + Opinion

The aftermath of the Sandeson verdict

The aftermath of the Sandeson verdict 3

High-profile murder case ends with a conviction, but the story’s far from over.

902 Man Up finds healing within

06.23.17

Lise Portelance is a harbour queen

06.22.17

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06.22.17

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Voice of the City

Disabled is just different

Disabled is just different

What if you exist as a person who can never be fully independent?
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Food + Drink

The waterfront’s next wave

The waterfront’s next wave

The Halifax waterfront’s snack shacks will have their own delightful neighbourhood when the dust settles.
Food & Drink Beer Bus Saturdays

Beer Bus Saturdays

@ Chain-Yard Urban Cidery and Unchained Kitchen
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Love the way we bitch

LIEberal promises

06.24.17

Post office rudeness

06.24.17

Friends 1

06.23.17

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Music

Find your new favourite musician: 101 new local acts to see and hear

Find your new favourite musician: 101 new local acts to see and hear 2

Songs and stories that make up the New Music Issue 2017.

Arts + Culture

Take a pause and open up The Pregnant Pause

Take a pause and open up The Pregnant Pause

Jane Doucet's debut novel reflects on motherhood—or lack thereof.

Welcome to Hellifax

06.22.17

Beatriz at Dinner: deeper than it looks

06.22.17

The Atlantic Film Festival is FIN it to win it 1

06.21.17

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Dive in to our Hot Summer Guide

Hot Summer Guide

Dive in to our Hot Summer Guide

A legacy, brewed and bottled

Beer Guide

A legacy, brewed and bottled

Love on the brain

Sex + Dating Guide

Love on the brain

Get happy with the Well Being Guide

Well Being Guide

Get happy with the Well Being Guide

The road to nowhere

How to fix the city

The road to nowhere

Talking points to help you survive the holidays

Holiday Planner

Talking points to help you survive the holidays

Let's get real

Homes Halifax

Let's get real

Learning love and trust with an adopted dog

Pets

Learning love and trust with an adopted dog

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