Who is Halifax’s biggest Boston Bruins fan?
By Carsten Knox
Indie Boutik Collective looking for new members
Five Nerdy Things You Can Do at Hal-Con This Year
(We know, they’re all nerdy things.)
Tags: Arts + Culture, Hal-Con, Hal-Con 2018, Tanner Zipchen, Anthony Head, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Agent Carter, Captain America, nerds, Halifax Convention Centre, Culture
5 recommended picks from FIN’s global offerings
You can’t see every Atlantic International Film Fest movie, so here are choices for flicks from Iran to Australia.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Cineplex Park Lane, Film + TV
AIFF 2018: Love, Scott brings a hate crime to light
When Scott Jones was attacked in 2013, the whole queer community was attacked.
Tags: Arts + Culture, 2SLGBTQ+, Cineplex Park Lane, NSFilmJobs, Scott Jones, Film + TV
AIFF 2018: Thom Fitzgerald’s very busy week doesn’t end when Splinters opens the festival
“Somehow we convince ourselves there’s more road ahead of us than behind.”
Tags: Arts + Culture, Splinters, Thom Fitzgerald, Lee-Anne Poole, Shelley Thompson, NSFilmJobs, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Cineplex Park Lane, Film + TV
Cheesy James Bondage
A View to a Kill may be the worst Bond entry, but that’s part of the fun.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Flashback Film Fest, Bond, James Bond, A View to Kill, Cineplex Park Lane, Film + TV, Video
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
What type of proof of vaccination do you need in Nova Scotia?
NS will require school and health care staff to be fully vaccinated
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
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Washington Black series will be filming in Halifax
By Morgan Mullin
100 days after shelter siege, modular units still stalled
By Victoria Walton
Halifax considers taking over housing from the province
Drift brings an elevated take on Atlantic Canadian cuisine to Halifax waterfront
By Chris Stoodley