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  • Aug 12-18, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 11
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Arts + Culture

  • Grave business
  • Culture
  • Grave business

    Every Saturday morning volunteers fill Holy Cross Cemetery armed with shovels and pickaxes, and a dedication to preserving Halifax’s history. We dig it.
  • Driving sex
  • Film + TV
  • Driving sex

    Sook-Yin Lee’s romantic comedy Year of the Carnivore takes an unusually honest approach to human sexuality.
  • Pilgrim and a Plumtree
  • Film + TV
  • Pilgrim and a Plumtree

    Real life is rarely as romantic as the movies. But sometimes a small joke between friends turns into a great song title. Plumtree’s Carla Gillis recalls the birth of “Scott Pilgrim,” the song that inspired the character.
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Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Krasnogorsk the great
  • Feature
  • Krasnogorsk the great

    Halifax’s own Fugazi of folklore, Krasnogorsk, bring music to the world with their debut CD.
  • Cochrane’s farewell
  • Feature
  • Cochrane’s farewell

    It’s hello to Crissi Cochrane’s new album Darling, Darling, and goodbye to the singer-songwriter, before she moves away.
  • Christina Martin Can Too
  • The Scene
  • Christina Martin Can Too

    After nearly a decade, Christina Martin is ready to break. Her third album, I Can Too, is set for release for September 7, and Martin is preparing for a national tour with Cuff the Duke on some dates (lap steel player Dale Murray co-produced I Can Too with Martin and is also Martin's fiancee. Aww.) The album features Blue Rodeo's Greg Keelor and Cuff frontman Wayne Petti. She'll be playing the Seahorse on Friday, September 10 and the title song from the album is available for download if you sign up for Martin's mailing list at www.christinamartin.net.
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News + Opinion

  • Bawdy crimes
  • Justice
  • Bawdy crimes

    By redefining sex work as organized crime, the Conservatives are endangering workers.
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  • Closet cases
  • Shoptalk
  • Closet cases

    Fashion designer Akshay Tyagi pulls looks from five Haligonians’ wardrobes, proving you can style out without leaving your bedroom.
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