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Friday, June 29, 2018

25 for 25: episode 1996

The iconic Jane Kansas visits to talk Halifax Pride and Glenn Walton tells tales from the set of Titanic.

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If you haven't heard prolific writer, former Pride co-chair and all-around lovely person Jane Kansas spin some yarns about the mid-'90s LGBTQ+ scene, you're in for a treat.

Then, film professor and local actor Glenn Walton is here to share stories from the set of Titanic—his special relationship with James Cameron, the film's champagne budget and the movie Bill Paxton only thought he was making.

Plus, Jacob and Tara talk about the polyamorous marriage that was HRM's amalgamation, the international shame of the Maersk Dubai stowaway case and we imagine an alternate future for Thrush Hermit. 


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click to enlarge Volume four, number 13 (December 12, 1996 to January 16, 1997). AKA, Tara Thorne's job-shadow issue. - THE COAST
  • Volume four, number 13 (December 12, 1996 to January 16, 1997). AKA, Tara Thorne's job-shadow issue.

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