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  • Sep 2-8, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 14
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Arts + Culture

  • The big C on small stages
  • Theatre
  • The big C on small stages

    Art or therapy? Two local plays at this year’s Fringe Fest centre on the effects of cancer on individuals and the people around them.

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Aucoin’s thrill ride
  • Feature
  • Aucoin’s thrill ride

    Rich Aucoin’s musical rollercoaster gathers speed this weekend with the release of his Public Publication EP.
  • Hip-hop games
  • Feature
  • Hip-hop games

    The city-sponsored Hopscotch Festival promotes “hip-hop in its truest form,” starting with the resurrection of the DJ Olympics.

News + Opinion

  • Chinese puzzle
  • Environment
  • Chinese puzzle

    China’s not known as green, but a Canadian expert on Chinese renewable energy says we should watch and learn.

Visitor & Tourist Information

  • Halifax After Dark
  • Restaurants, Bars & Nightlife
  • Halifax After Dark

    For many students, the day is just something to sleep through until dusk. Here’s a guide for those of you who find sunlight a burden and who live to see 4am on Argyle Street.

City Guides

  • Off-campus living: A Primer
  • Back To School
  • Off-campus living: A Primer

    For most students, university life involves a new set of responsibilities, including dealing with abandoned parents, demanding landlords, disturbed neighbours and perhaps the police. Here’s a handy guide to ensure each of these relations is as stress-free
  • Get Outta Town!
  • Back To School
  • Get Outta Town!

    Getting to experience life out of the downtown core of Halifax is an essential part of appreciating this city, and with the following destination and transit tips, it’s a breeze.
  • Prank Town
  • Back To School
  • Prank Town

    To foster stronger traditions of university pranksterism, we present a few moments from our college city’s history.
  • Organic Meet
  • Back To School
  • Organic Meet

    Connecting with someone new and interesting can be easier than you think. Whether you’re looking for love, romance, a romp or someone warm for the winter, here are some on- and off-campus dating dos and don’ts.
  • Meet Learn Run
  • Back To School
  • Meet Learn Run

    Dating in and around university is a minefield of uncertainty and bad dates. Our diligent reporter solicited tales of dating catastrophe and assembled them here for your amusement: a sure guide to “not finding your soulmate in Halifax.”
  • International Relations
  • Back To School
  • International Relations

    You are in Halifax to study at one of its many universities, but these local schools can also be a gateway to academic adventures across the planet. Here are a few of the possibilities.
  • The Student Body
  • Back To School
  • The Student Body

    With mounting debt and financial security a long way off for many Halifax students and grads, work in the sex industry is a solution a few are willing to try.
  • How to be Halifamous
  • Back To School
  • How to be Halifamous

    Halifame is different from other celebrity: it means you do things to make Halifax cooler, not just yourself. And it’s ok if nobody outside the city knows. We’ll show you the inside track.
  • Halifax Mixtape
  • Back To School
  • Halifax Mixtape

    You’ve heard this town rocks, but it’s hard to know where to start. Are you more of a Sloan person or maybe it’s Meaghan Smith who floats your boat? We’ll tune you in and turn you on with our essential songlist.

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