Shelters threatened by city hall, supported by citizens
By Chris Stoodley
CBC’s “lust, legacy and lobster” show Moonshine stays true to Nova Scotia
Quinn’s Arms is bringing elevated British-style pub fare to Quinpool Road
The Braiding Lounge aims to share the natural hair love on Gottingen Street
The north end hair studio will be the first Halifax salon dedicated to braiding hair.
Tags: Shoptalk, Openings, Black hair, Black Lives Matter (BLM), north end, beauty
Bright, fresh Latin flavours arrive in downtown Halifax at Bar Sofia
The latest Queen’s Marque restaurant aims to bridge classic elegance and vibrant Latin energy.
Tags: Food, Restaurant openings, new restaurants, Latin America, Oliver and Bonacini, Queen’s Marque
Black women entrepreneurs are sharing their stories through this 28-day series
Blk Women in Excellence founder Tia Upshaw is creating platforms for Black business owners to share their advice and stories this African Heritage Month.
Tags: City, Black Lives Matter (BLM), Black History Month, African Heritage Month, local business
8 local chocolatiers to find the perfect, heart-melting gift for Valentine’s Day
Treat your favourite chocolate-lover with sweets from these Nova Scotia chocolate vendors.
Tags: Food, Valentine's Day, chocolate, candy, sweets
Moon Babes aims to create space for women to talk food and menstrual health
Applications are open for the new dinner club that will help women of colour discuss the intersections of eating, menstrual cycles and community.
Tags: Food, community, Restaurants, BIPOC, periods, menstrual health
Every big show coming to Halifax (and beyond) in 2024
By Team Coast
Catfished: Halifax talks sex and dating on the internet
How City and Colour’s new album helped Dallas Green process unimaginable grief
By Raynee Novak
Pillow talk: The results of The Coast’s 2024 Sex + Dating Survey