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  • Feb 11-17, 2010
  • Vol. 17, No. 38
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Arts + Culture

  • Born to dance
  • Dance
  • Born to dance

    For Mufaro Chakabuda, dancing is a passion, a livelihood and a connection to her Zimbabwean home.

Food + Drink

  • Naked Sushi
  • Food + Drink Feature
  • Naked Sushi

    Find a willing model, and you too can practice the arts of Nyotaimori and Nantaimori. Lizzy Hill gets the bare details.
  • The Feed
  • Five years of Local Jo

    From the window of her office at the architectural firm Solterre Design, Local Jo Café & Market (2959 Oxford Street, 455-6225) co-owner Jennifer Corson can look down to her café. From another window she can see the roof of her home, and just down the street on Almon is another business she’s involved in, Renovators Resource, which is operated by her sister Alison Philbey. Corson is truly a supporter of her neighbourhood. “It was very self-serving,” she explains, outlining how five years ago last week she, with her husband Keith Robertson and backyard neighbours David Black and Heather Scott, opened
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Music

  • Olympic medal music
  • Feature
  • Olympic medal music

    Halifax musicians, playing in Vancouver during the winter games, share their training regimes.
  • Crazy for Carnaval
  • Feature
  • Crazy for Carnaval

    Step over the slush and pull out the sequins for this Saturday’s Brazilian Carnaval.
  • OK Go
  • Reviews
  • OK Go

    Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky (Capitol)

News + Opinion

  • Letters
  • A kind of monster

    America, in my view, has created a monster, and has hindered the effectiveness of its own troops.
  • Sea of corruption
  • Editorial
  • Sea of corruption

    The MLA expense scandal is just the tip of the sordid mess that is Nova Scotia government

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