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  • Apr 11-17, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 46
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Arts + Culture

  • Strangelove
  • Literary
  • Strangelove

    The paranormal romance genre is predominately created and consumed by women, featuring fantastical and over-the-top storylines and cheesy cover models. Get to know some local authors who turned seduction, myths and hard work into successful careers
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  • Reading list
  • Literary
  • Reading list

    Ready to sink your teeth into the world of vampires, werewolves and mermaids? Start your reading marathon with these 10 must-read books from the paranormal world.
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  • The grace of God
  • Theatre
  • The grace of God

    2b Theatre Company’s The God That Comes brings Hawksley Workman back to his sumptuously over-the-top roots.
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Food + Drink

  • All fired up
  • The Feed
  • All fired up

    The Park Avenue Community Oven is the first of its kind in the HRM. Thanks to a determined community, it lit up Leighton Dillman Park last fall.
  • Common grounds
  • The Feed
  • Common grounds

    After one season on the corner of Bell and Robie, Common Roots Urban Farm’s fearless leader Jayme Melrose looks back—and forward to the site’s growth.

Love the way we bitch

Music

News + Opinion

  • Tiny but mighty
  • Shoptalk
  • Tiny but mighty

    Halifax’s newest child care centre aims welcome kids into a natural, local and eco-focused classroom.

City Guides

  • Sew it goes
  • Green Halifax
  • Sew it goes

    Through sewing circles and kids’ parties, Cinderella Sew is helping to give pre-loved materials the fairytale ending they deserve.
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  • Back to our roots
  • Green Halifax
  • Back to our roots

    Root cellars offer an energy-free alternative to storing your produce. With some construction skills and a cold basement you, too, can lighten the load in your crisper drawer.
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  • The new normal
  • Green Halifax
  • The new normal

    Breastfeeding is a waste-, pollution- and energy-free way of feeding babies, yet in the year 2013 it’s still not widely accepted by Nova Scotia’s general public.
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  • Built to last
  • Green Halifax
  • Built to last

    With an interest in constructing renewable energy sources but no expertise, If You Build It is a community collective running on passion, great conversation and a love of learning from each other.
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