Vol. 21, No. 26
"X-rated hypnotist" Tony Lee performs at frosh week events across Canada
Dalhousie University recently stopped using him, but other area universities still hire him to get new student to simulate sex acts.
By Clare Shrybman
Rooming houses are disappearing in HRM
We've gone from 153 in 2007 to just 25 last year.
By Tim Bousquet
Police chief Jean-Michel Blais wants earlier cabaret closing times
But moving closing from 3:30am to 2am will only make matters worse, says Reflections owner Mike Schmid.
Joachim Stroink's Zwarte Piet problem
Plenty of nice people cluelessly embrace racist "traditions."
Rainmen hire former NBA star Craig Hodges as coach
Three-point shot leader was awesome off the basketball court, too, working with Louis Farrakhan and pushing teammate Michael Jordan to do more for the black community.
KEW oughta know
With a long combined history in the biz, Ray Frizzell and David McQuaid open a new furniture store
By Allison Saunders
Seeing read with Orphan Books
Fresh Goods is turning three
Halifax Water should stop poisoning us
Adding fluoride to our drinking water is unnecessary, harmful and expensive.
By Dana Landry
Letters to the editor, November 28, 2013
These are the letters and comments from the print edition
Halifax’s garbage wars
Changing waste management in HRM may be a great way to save millions, or it might trash a community.
By Sam Littlefair-Wallace
The Book of Jezebel: An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Lady Things
By Whitney Moran
Rage of Poseidon
Writing the Common: Poetry Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Halifax Common 1763-2013
Edited by the Friends of the Halifax Common
By Zoe Migicovsky
Puss in Boots
By Kate Watson
A Christmas Carol
Zombie dance, prepare yourself
Not your best joint, Lee
By Jacob Boon
The Book Thief
Many movies in one
Blue is the Warmest Colour
Also the longest
By Tara Thorne
Sisterhood of the Travelling Snowpants
Love for Scott Jones
Gottingen Street for Scott Jones is a multi-venue fundraiser taking place Thursday, bringing the community together with compassion and love.
By Adria Young
Wet Denim’s great band genetics produce a stellar new album, released this Saturday
By Hugh Stewart
Small town boy
Don Brownrigg’s latest album is about being (more) grounded, with a melancholic, epic tone. Soak it up
By Elaine Corden
Greg MacPherson Band
By Doug Taylor
Love Punk Hate Punks
By Stephanie Johns
Duane Andrews & Craig Young
Duelling videos: Jay Mayne's "My Addiction" and Like A Motorcycle's "Hitting The Bottle"
What do they have in common? PARTY FUEL.
Review: Obsolescence and Inscription
Ilan Sandler and Robert Bean's artistic conversation about objects and ideas at Saint Mary's University Art Gallery
By Kathleen Higgins
So long, herohill
Prolific music blog hangs it up after 10 years
A day at Newcombe’s Ink #1
By Russell Jackson
Raw and roll with Fruition
Fruition, The Seaport Farmers’ Market’s raw food bar and vegan grocer, takes over a new storefront space next month.
Free Will Astrology
gather raw materials, Virgo
Was I wrong to break up with my depressed girlfriend? (Featuring guest advice from Rob Delaney!) Plus: Diaper fetishes.
By Dan Savage
A major motion picture star arrives in Halifax Harbour this week
By Martin Bauman
Halifax’s $100 million police headquarters pipe dream
By Matt Stickland
The Grand Parade podcast: Who pays for a $40-million stadium at Wanderers Grounds?
How Halifax spent $11 million on fencing
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada.