Ice Breakers shatters your idea of hockey history
A new documentary highlights the history of Black hockey players in the Maritimes—and explores how it resonates in 2020.
By Matt Williams
Tags: COVID-19, Film + TV
Walrus works it out
The Halifax heavyweight returns in time for HPX with a new album that sounds like rock from a distant planet.
Tags: Music, Halifax Pop Explosion 2019, The Marquee Ballroom, Feature
Review: The Lighthouse shines on
By turns, a Lovecraftian horror; a Shakespearean haunt; high visual art; and a drunken buddy comedy, the Nova Scotian-shot flick lives up to its hype.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Film + TV
Review: Clifton Hill plays all the angles
The Niagara Falls-set film circles ever closer to a constantly obscured truth.
Wares’ passion and place
The Edmonton four-piece brings its terrific debut across the nation with fire and heart.
Tags: Music, Wares, Cassia Hardy, Edmonton, Radstorm, The Scene
Weekly COVID deaths, cases and hospitalizations in NS (Dec 1 update)
“There will be some people that die from COVID”
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
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
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“I wanted to find a leader, and I wanted to find a builder.” @WandererDerek announced @patrice421 as the new Wanderers head coach. #CanPL pic.twitter.com/bDwXdIgxUb— Martin Bauman (@martin_bauman) November 30, 2022
“I wanted to find a leader, and I wanted to find a builder.” @WandererDerek announced @patrice421 as the new Wanderers head coach. #CanPL pic.twitter.com/bDwXdIgxUb
8 ways to save money on heating this winter
By Martin Bauman
Quinpool Road sushi spot Wasabi House finally reopens for eating in
By Kaija Jussinoja
The suburbs are a Ponzi scheme
By Matt Stickland
Halifax has a queer bar again