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  • Jul 1-7, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 5
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Arts + Culture

  • A good sport
  • Film + TV
  • A good sport

    In honour of the World Cup finals, we toss some praise on the best and sweatiest sports movies.

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • <i>Boom Bap</i> with a bang
  • Feature
  • Boom Bap with a bang

    DJ Petey Punch and General Mills hope to inject some love into the local hip-hop scene with the massive The Halifax Boom Bap Project.
  • Finding the right English Words
  • Feature
  • Finding the right English Words

    The PEI band plays Alderney Landing's Canada Day concert with Joel Plaskett, The David Myles Trio, Rose Cousins, Steve Poltz, Telfer and Deep Dark Woods.
  • The Scene
  • Scheduled: Jim Guthrie, Heck Yes!

    Lovelywonderful Jim Guthrie is making a pre-Sappy stop at the Paragon on Thursday, July 29. He'll be joined by The Skeletons who look cool as balls. $10 at the door. Next to Aaron Riches' alter egoRoyal City (who Guthrie plays with now), Mr. Guthrie is my favorite Guelphian. His album Now, More Than Ever is one of the most beautiful, perfect things I have ever heard. Listen below (the song is synched with a commerical, which is dumb, so just close your eyes....)
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News + Opinion

  • What's wrong: White painted cracks, all over the north end.
  • City
  • What's wrong: White painted cracks, all over the north end.

    [image-1] Who's responsible? Shaune MacKinlay, City Hall, 490-4000. Remarks: People are reporting lots of the "fix me" white painted cracks, some of which have been this way for months. But this is actually a good news story, says MacKinlay, the city's PR person. Recently the city has acquired some new machinery and so has stepped up the crack repair schedule, which includes a lot of inspectors driving around looking for cracks to fix. Four hundred slabs have been fixed, and 2,000 more are scheduled, says MacKinlay.
  • Charter duplicity
  • Editorial
  • Charter duplicity

    Darrell Dexter contradicts himself by trying to derail Metro Transit's Bridge Terminal plans.
  • The urban farmer
  • Environment
  • The urban farmer

    Community-supported agriculture gives farmers a modest, predictable income. It can work in the city too.

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