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  • Nov 18-24, 2010
  • Vol. 18, No. 25
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Arts + Culture

  • Paris bound
  • Theatre
  • Paris bound

    Eastern Front’s young, romantic comedy Fall in Paris marks a creative shift for writer and artistic director Scott Burke.

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • RJD2 everywhere
  • Feature
  • RJD2 everywhere

    Watch Mad Men? Then you already know this Philadelphia musician and producer’s fine cinematic beats.
  • d’bi.young’s words
  • Feature
  • d’bi.young’s words

    Jamaican-born storyteller and dub poet d’bi.young brings a theatrical approach to the Wordrhythm Showcase, at the Music Room.

News + Opinion

  • What’s wrong: Point Pleasant Park parking lot fenced off.
  • City
  • What’s wrong: Point Pleasant Park parking lot fenced off.

    [image-1] Who’s responsible? Michele Peveril, Port of Halifax, 426-1060. Remarks: Over the weekend, a fence went up, blocking about a quarter of the lower parking lot, a favourite stop for entering the park or just watching the ships come in. The fenced off area is to be used as staging area for construction in the adjoining port, says Peveril---the southernmost pier is being extended 80 metres in order to handle the bigger post-Panamex ships that the port hopes to lure. The project should take about 18 months, after which the fenced off area will be turned back to parking.
  • The future of local business
  • Shoptalk
  • The future of local business

    What’s next for the buy local movement? We put that question to the vanguard of Halifax business owners to come up with a best—and worst—possible scenario.
  • The secret of my success
  • Shoptalk
  • The secret of my success

    We asked seven veteran Halifax entrepreneurs to share behind-the-scenes insights on their businesses, as well as the challenges and successes of doing business here.

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