Decline of fine dining
By Anna Duckworth
Dalhousie "abortion debate" is a farce
SMU prof Mark Mercer duped into legitimizing anti-abortion group’s position.
Tags: News, abortion, Mark Mercer, Pro-Life at Dal, Reality Bites
Nocturne spotlight: City Mail
Alison Creba's alternative mail service delivers a one-night post office.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alison Creba, City Mail, Nocturne, Visual Art
Not your mom's Pillow Fight League
This tough semi-pro sport isn’t for feather weights: get ready to throw down at the Paragon, Wednesday night.
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Pillow Fight League, Fall Arts Preview
A bushel of quick event picks
Get a seasonal sneak peek of over 30 music, theatre, dance, visual art, film and book events.
By Anna Duckworth, Sue Carter Flinn, Laura Kenins, Sean Flinn, Kate Watson and Shannon Fay
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Fall Arts preview, Halifax arts, Fall Arts Preview
Travelling for food
The producer of Food, Inc. is in town to explain how travelling eaters can help build a local food economy.
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
Nova Scotia now has almost no COVID rules, but masks are still mandatory in schools
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy
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Picture-perfect Dartmouth cherry trees are beginning to bloom
By Victoria Walton
Community rallies to help Souls Harbour after fire shuts down the shelter’s kitchen
By Kaija Jussinoja
Nova Scotia’s deadliest pandemic phase continues even as COVID numbers drop
By Kyle Shaw
Halifax's Grand Oasis Festival promises to heat up your summer
By Morgan Mullin