Inaugural Halifax Black Film Festival honours iconic women
HBFF “introduction” dedicated to Desmond, screens Angelou.
By Allie Graham
Tags: Arts + Culture, ilm, Halifax Black Film Festival, Black history, Canada 150, Viola Desmond, Spatz Theatre, Film + TV, Video
Reading for the revolution with Black Lives Matter
The Halifax reading group is educating allies about Black history and solidarity.
Tags: City, Black Lives Matter (BLM), El Jones, Khyber Center for the Arts, Police, Pride, Race, Shaya Ishaq, Solidarity
New Art 2017: Going Gonzago
The Gonzago Institute is Halifax’s free art school, here for you.
Tags: Arts + Culture, The Gonzago Institute, New Art, New Art 2017, The Khyber Centre for the Arts, Khyber Centre for the Arts, Visual Art
Halifax Pride's new director, uncertain direction
Adam Reid takes the job as Halifax Pride's first executive director amidst unaddressed calls to boycott the festival, and a growing dissatisfaction post-AGM.
Tags: News, City News, LGBTQIA+, Halifax Pride, Reality Bites
Pop culture with Two Brown Girls
Local initiative aims to bring the hosts of the pop culture podcast to town.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Two Brown Girls, podcasts, Art Bar + Projects, Literary
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
14 rules that relax in Phase 4 of NS reopening
Timeline of Nova Scotia’s 2021 reopening plan
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Your horoscope for the week September 23-29
By Rob Brezsny
ACORN rally calls on government to extend rent control
By Victoria Walton
CBC’s “lust, legacy and lobster” show Moonshine stays true to Nova Scotia
By Chris Stoodley
“Unbelievable” value of physician assistants not harnessed in Nova Scotia
By Lyndsay Armstrong