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  • May 20-26, 2010
  • Vol. 17, No. 52
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Arts + Culture

  • A touch of Pink
  • Film + TV
  • A touch of Pink

    Noah Pink’s film ZedCrew captures the humanity of an urban Africa rarely seen here, grabbing attention at the Cannes film festival.
  • <i>Heroine</i> effort
  • Theatre
  • Heroine effort

    Local actor and playwright Karen Bassett pulls out all the fisticuffs for her new production.
  • Indelible Ink
  • Visual Art
  • Indelible Ink

    If you’re considering getting a big tattoo, the emotional impact might be more intense than you think. It’s a weight—and joy—that far outlasts the pain of the needle.
  • Church DNA
  • Visual Art
  • Church DNA

    Photographer and architecural historian Peter Coffman tells the story of Nova Scotia’s Anglican churches before it’s too late.
  • Rescuing words
  • Arts News
  • Rescuing words

    It’s hard for the creators of the play A Rescue Demonstration to find words to describe it, but judging from the talent, it’ll be “magical.”

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Diamond Rings shine
  • Feature
  • Diamond Rings shine

    John O’ Regan brings his tiara-worthy glittery folk pop to this weekend’s Long Live The Queen festival.
  • Waiting for Wintersleep
  • Feature
  • Waiting for Wintersleep

    Sold out before you can say New Inheritors, Wintersleep returns to Halifax for a two-set album release show.

News + Opinion

  • On Patrol
  • City
  • On Patrol

    In our city, every Municipal Malfunction deserves to be fixed
  • City stretched
  • Editorial
  • City stretched

    The proposed city budget has tax increases and cuts to service, but it deserves tepid support.
  • Protect the fish
  • Environment
  • Protect the fish

    Canada is dragging its feet in creating Marine Protected Areas, but Nova Scotia can lead the way.

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