Vol. 20, No. 53
The Feisty Chef Shacks up
Blowing boardwalk food out of the water with fresh oysters, mussels, lobster rolls and chowder
By Kayleigh Robinson
Your Lifestyle Store is back in action, opening in Historic Properties this weekend
By Allison Saunders
Greet Bike Week with bells on
I Heart Bikes' awesome hand-painted bells are the product of the week
Eager for enVie
The summer of vegan continues, with a new restaurant on Charles Street
By Rachel Bloom
The (Portland) Hills are alive
This Dartmouth neighbourhood's quickly turning into an eater/drinkers paradise
What happened: the creation tale
A brief history of The Coast, as told by the man who inspired it all.
By Stephen Kimber
The people who make Halifax worth living in
The people who have made and continue to make Halifax a place worth living in.
By Rana Encol, Kaitie Unwin, Jessica Jay and Chelsea Gutzman
The music gene
Whether it's causing an international sensation or just being sensational, Halifax's tight-knit musical community, keeps going.
By Stephanie Johns
The people who made us
Two decades' worth of the writers, editors, designers and photographers who comprise the wild and wonderful world of The Coast.
By Tara Thorne
Letter from the Founders
By Christine Oreskovich and Kyle Shaw
Bike Week—it’s like riding a bike
Bike Week’s not just for confident cyclers, so grab a helmet and get involved.
To boldly go where design has never gone before
NSCAD Design and Illustration students take May Chung’s advice to “be like Spock” and end up with bold designs for the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.
It's a mod, mod, mod, mod, mod world
By Jacob Boon
Finally, Beyoncé and Steven Tyler together at last
Like father, not so much like son
Now You See Me
Snooze your illusion
Mary Walsh lets it all hang out
Dancing With Rage will make you ache with laughter
By Kate Watson
Stages opens with Our Eliza
A dark but not depressing play about difficult lives and difficult relationships
The right Old Crow Medicine
Alt-rockers Old Crow Medicine Show are sold out for good reason.
Turn up the Baseline
Dartmouth rapper Baseline releases a new Monster of an album.
A taste of Multicultural Fest
Three days of diversity at its finest
For a politically staid city, the restaurant scene has made some bold moves while continuously challenging our tastebuds.
By Liz Feltham
Free Will Astrology
Indulge in your sense of adventure, Scorpio
By Rob Brezsny
On fantasies and fulfillment.
By Dan Savage
The Grand Parade podcast: HRM still not learning its lessons about road safety
By Martin Bauman and Matt Stickland
We asked: How would you solve journalism in Canada?
By Team Coast
Hartlen Point dispute between DND, environmental activists enters House of Commons
By Martin Bauman
Every big show coming to Halifax (and beyond) in 2024