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  • Jul 15-21, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 7
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News + Opinion

  • What's wrong: Fenced off bus stop, Bell Road.
  • City
  • What's wrong: Fenced off bus stop, Bell Road.

    [image-1] Who's responsible? Somebody without a name or telephone. Remarks: This fence appeared on the wrong side of the bus stop as crews prepare for demolition of the former Queen Elizabeth High School. The bus stop belongs to Metro Transit, but the land under the school will be in Capital Health. In the meanwhile, though, the property is in the hands of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, which has hired a contractor... as of press time, phone calls and emails were zipping this way and that, but still no answer.
  • Reality Bites
  • GHG failure

    Ecology Action Centre releases report cards on Nova Scotia's environmental progress
  • Suburban monsters
  • Editorial
  • Suburban monsters

    While downtown businesses shill for a convention centre, they ignore much larger threats to their livelihood.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Debuting Doucette
  • Film + TV
  • Debuting Doucette

    Small-town boy Ryan Doucette gets his feature-film debut as a small-town boy returning home in Thom Fitzgerald’s Cloudburst.
  • Naming <i>nggrfg</i>
  • Theatre
  • Naming nggrfg

    Berend McKenzie turned the pain of growing of black and gay in an intolerant community into the successful one-man show, nggrfg.
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  • Biafra’s <i>Audacity</i>
  • Feature
  • Biafra’s Audacity

    Inspired by Iggy, infamous punk activist Jello Biafra celebrates his 50th with a new band and a new album.
  • Word up, Jazz Fest
  • Feature
  • Word up, Jazz Fest

    Nine of the country’s poet laureates, including Rollie Pemberton, join musicians on the Jazz Fest stage.

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