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  • Jan 27 - Feb 2, 2011
  • Vol. 18, No. 35
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Arts + Culture

  • <i>127 Hours</i>’s real time
  • Film + TV
  • 127 Hours’s real time

    Only the real Aron Ralston, the hiker whose story is adapted in 127 Hours, can stop the screaming James Franco Show.
  • Old story, new theatre
  • Theatre
  • Old story, new theatre

    Step aside Willie Shakespeare, Vile Passéist Theatre is resurrecting the works of Thomas Middleton.

Food + Drink

Love the way we bitch

Music

  • Olenka's solo season
  • Feature
  • Olenka's solo season

    A tour without her Autumn Lovers gets a bit more intimate; Halifax gets a taste for In the Dead of Winter.
  • Long Duz Mike
  • The Scene
  • Long Duz Mike

    I love when Duzheknew plays shows because they always somehow manage to amalgamate the name of each band on the lineup into an onomatopoeic email title (see above.) In an interesting but somehow sort of ideal triplicate, they will be joining Long Long Long and Mike O’Neill at the Seahorse this Saturday. O’Neill will be performing an entire set based on the lives of various composers because of course he is and Mike O’Neill, I just fucking love you. Meanwhile Duzheknew will be doing the music thing and also doing the zine thing, releasing a work entitled “T-Shirt Rapidshare”
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News + Opinion

  • War triumphant
  • Editorial
  • War triumphant

    The arms industry has proven to be recession-proof, and Canada’ military budget has increased nearly 50 percent since 2000.

Halifax Weddings


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