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  • May 13-19, 2010
  • Vol. 17, No. 51
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Arts + Culture

  • House bound
  • Visual Art
  • House bound

    David Hoffos' evocative video funhouse at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia was born out of a recurring dream.

Best of Halifax

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Playing Pirates
  • Feature
  • Playing Pirates

    The Maritimes doesn’t have a Pirate Party candidate yet, but there are young local members willing to walk the plank.
  • Moving Upstream
  • Feature
  • Moving Upstream

    Upstream Music, Halifax's experimental genre-busting music collective, turns 20.
  • Michou
  • Feature
  • Michou

    The pop-folk band from Ontario gives Halifax some love.
  • Hole
  • Reviews
  • Hole

    Nobody’s Daughter (Mercury)

News + Opinion

  • Shared visions
  • Environment
  • Shared visions

    In a post-carbon world, CarShareHFX would be a near-universal part of Halifax’s sustainable transportation mix
  • On Patrol
  • City
  • On Patrol

    In our city, every Municipal Malfunction deserves to be fixed
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  • CITY MAIL appears over the weekend: But what is it?
  • Reality Bites
  • CITY MAIL appears over the weekend: But what is it?

    Over the weekend, a strange box has appeared attached to a telephone pole near The Coast's office, at the corner of Cunard and Creighton Streets: [image-1] Upon further inspection, the box has this note attached to it: [image-2] The note reads: It is easy to write your city with CITY MAIL CITY MAIL is an initiative dedicated to the delivery of inner-city postables, in Halifax. To send mail with CITY MAIL simply indicate the address (to the best of your knowledge) on your envelope/package. No postage requred-- CITY MAIL is free-mail. Mail boxes will be emptied, Their contents, distributed, on
  • Shoptalk
  • Holiday hours for the Victoria Day Long Weekend

    Queen Victoria will be 191 on Monday---and she’s still lookin’ good. We’re all thrilled about it, for the day off work many of us will enjoy. May 24 will be a Statutory Holiday for the feds---lucky bastards---but it’s not statutory for the rest of us. That said, it's a holiday for most, while tourist-related businesses and museums will be open. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic (1675 Lower Water Street, 424-7490), for example, is open 9:30am to 5:30pm. Biscuit General Store (1661 Argyle Street, 425-5436) will help you look more stylin’ from 12 noon to 6pm, and the Atlantic News
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