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  • Nov 4-10, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 23
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Arts + Culture

  • Celebrating Turbine
  • Culture
  • Celebrating Turbine

    Lisa Drader-Murphy's clothing design company hits the big 1-0, and throws a party with the release of her fall line.
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  • <i>Gooning</i> home
  • Film + TV
  • Gooning home

    Jay Baruchel's new hockey movie is set in Halifax, but shot in Winnipeg. We investigate why our harbour town has a prairie stand-in.
  • Going industrial
  • Visual Art
  • Going industrial

    Artist Colin Lyons recreates repurposed and decaying factories along the Lachine Canal, using zinc plates and a printing press.

Best of Halifax

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • A noted destination
  • Feature
  • A noted destination

    Best reason to quit whining about the city’s lack of big concerts? You can’t change Halifax’s geographic realities, or the economies of touring. And leave Moncton out of it.
  • DiFranco’s disillusionment
  • Feature
  • DiFranco’s disillusionment

    Better late than never, Ani DiFranco returns to Halifax with songs from a new album that speaks to America’s growing disillusionment.
  • Wintersleep wakes
  • Feature
  • Wintersleep wakes

    The indie rockers perform, relax and have some fun---while hitting up shows in Halifax and Yarmouth.
  • The Scene
  • Voices Remembered

    Mourning and celebration go hand in hand in the annual concert presented by local choirs Halifax Camerata and Xara
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News + Opinion

  • Trust betrayed
  • Editorial
  • Trust betrayed

    The best way to build affordable housing is for inflexible city bureaucrats to stop frustrating the Nova Scotia Housing Trust.
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  • Sex workers trapped
  • Justice
  • Sex workers trapped

    Seventeen Halifax sex workers have gone missing or been killed, and the organization that advocates for them needs your help.
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