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  • Mar 1-7, 2012
  • Vol. 19, No. 40
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News + Opinion

  • Life of a bus driver
  • Editorial
  • Life of a bus driver

    No meal or washroom breaks, figuring out how to catch their own buses and worries about traffic and weather are just the start of their problems.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Hitchcock presented
  • Film + TV
  • Hitchcock presented

    Juicy making-of details from the 7 O'Clock Hitchcock screenings, showing Mondays through March at the alfreSnow filmFesto.
  • Intimate details
  • Theatre
  • Intimate details

    Set in 1905, Intimate Apparel’s characters are real and flawed, working through the challenges set before them. Kate Watson looks into the universal appeal of the story.
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  • Eyelevel's shelf life
  • Visual Art
  • Eyelevel's shelf life

    Multiples and printed matter from around the world have found their way to Gottingen thanks to the biennial Eyelevel Reshelving Initiative 5.
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Music

  • Spooky Campers ham it up
  • Feature
  • Spooky Campers ham it up

    After a hiatus, the Campers are back with a vengeance, playing back-to-back shows this weekend including Friday's HamFest.
  • Ladies get loud
  • Feature
  • Ladies get loud

    Sing and Shout! brings five of Nova Scotia's feminist choruses together to celebrate an anniversary and the arrival of International Women's Week.

Love the way we bitch

City Guides

  • Going for a ride
  • Green Halifax
  • Going for a ride

    Transit issues in the HRM continue to make the city less green. It will take a change of attitude or of political representation to make a difference.
  • Green round-up
  • Green Halifax
  • Green round-up

    We visit—or, in some cases, revisit—a few environmental issues relevant to sustainable living in the HRM.

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