Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

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Voice of The City: Exposing privilege during a pandemic

Advocating for social justice should not stop because of COVID-19—it should get stronger.

by KEISHA JEFFERIES, Jun 2/20


Locked down: Halifax’s police state of emergency

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Locked down: Halifax’s police state of emergency

When a pandemic meets a police force with a history of racism, who gets to decide what common sense means?

by CAORA MCKENNA, Jun 2/20


Monday, June 1, 2020

Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting June 1

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting June 1

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly from the province but also Halifax.

by TEAM COAST, Jun 1/20


Friday, May 29, 2020

Gather in groups of 10 this weekend, but stay two metres apart

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Gather in groups of 10 this weekend, but stay two metres apart

The province says "I do" to gatherings of up to 10 people; 15 for weddings and funerals.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 29/20


Not today, COVID, not today

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Not today, COVID, not today

After 75 relentless days with new cases of C19, the province says there are no new cases today.

by KYLE SHAW, May 29/20


Thursday, May 28, 2020

O funding, where art thou?

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O funding, where art thou?

How are all levels of government going to support the arts sector? And is what they're doing enough?

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 28/20


Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Shuttered Nova Scotian businesses can re-open June 5

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Shuttered Nova Scotian businesses can re-open June 5

Need a haircut? You're in luck. Need daycare? Too bad.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 27/20


The Last Word says goodbye

SHOPTALK »

The Last Word says goodbye

The final chapter for a Windsor Street institution.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 27/20


Take a look at Zuppa's stunning <i>Vista</i>

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Take a look at Zuppa's stunning Vista

The theatre company leads you to yet another life-changing sight with a play that's also an app.

by SAM GILLETT, May 27/20


<i>At Home</i> with Botfly

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At Home with Botfly

A raw re-imagining of the hardcore band's catalogue brings new depth.

by ALEC MARTIN, May 27/20


Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Bring Halifax culture home with our May 25-31 streaming guide

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Bring Halifax culture home with our May 25-31 streaming guide

Binge the best in local live art.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 26/20


Monday, May 25, 2020

The class of 2020 feels quite blah, to be honest

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The class of 2020 feels quite blah, to be honest

Sheltering in space instead of celebrating convocation means finishing a degree looks a lot different.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 25/20


Halifax is dining together, at home to support Feed Nova Scotia

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Halifax is dining together, at home to support Feed Nova Scotia

After getting laid off from a prestigious UK restaurant, Colin Bebbington quarantined, then got creative.

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 25/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting May 25

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting May 25

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly from the province but also Halifax.

by TEAM COAST, May 25/20


Thursday, May 21, 2020

5,000,000 cases

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5,000,000 cases

We've been sharing this planet with the coronavirus for six months, and finally COVID-19’s spread around the world has slowed.

by KYLE SHAW, May 21/20


Remembering Menz & Mollyz

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Remembering Menz & Mollyz

One of the hardest-hitting casualties of COVID-19 is the city's most legendary gay bar.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 21/20


Wednesday, May 20, 2020

What you need to know about COVID benefits: May edition

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What you need to know about COVID benefits: May edition

Don't forget to reapply for the CERB!

by VICTORIA WALTON, May 20/20


David Suzuki: Many crises expose systemic failings

ENVIRONMENT »

David Suzuki: Many crises expose systemic failings

From Coronavirus to climate change to oil and gas to shrinking biodiversity.

by DAVID SUZUKI, May 20/20


Monday, May 18, 2020

Bring Halifax culture home with our May 18-24 social distance streaming guide

THE SCENE »

Bring Halifax culture home with our May 18-24 social distance streaming guide

All the live theatre and couch concerts to see this week.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 18/20


Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting May 18

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Just the news on COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, for the week starting May 18

The latest info, short and sweet, mostly from the province but also Halifax.

by TEAM COAST, May 18/20


Thursday, May 14, 2020

4,000,000 cases

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4,000,000 cases

Even as some places are starting to reopen, around the world COVID-19 is spreading faster than ever.

by KYLE SHAW, May 14/20


Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Are online shows live music's new lifeline?

THE SCENE »

Are online shows live music's new lifeline?

Halifax's Side Door is "hoping to be a life raft for artists" during the pandemic.

by SAM GILLETT, May 13/20


Hello Delaware's Dana Beeler knows how you feel

THE SCENE »

Hello Delaware's Dana Beeler knows how you feel

The Halifax rocker started a podcast to help us all feel a little less alone.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 13/20


Tuesday, May 12, 2020

So I guess we're all about to become Hat People

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So I guess we're all about to become Hat People

Because let's be honest, none of us are getting a haircut for awhile.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 12/20


Monday, May 11, 2020

Bring Halifax culture home with The Coast's arts streaming guide May 11-17

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Bring Halifax culture home with The Coast's arts streaming guide May 11-17

Your can't-miss streams to keep social despite the distance.

by MORGAN MULLIN, May 11/20


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