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  • How do you take a great surfer pic that doesn’t scream of gnarly cliches? If you’re contributing photographer Scott Munn, you haul a Woodie full of gear to Lawrencetown Beach and wait for the 5:30am light.
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  • Sep 1-7, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 14

News + Opinion

  • Pipe Dreams
  • Sports
  • Pipe Dreams

    Matt Healy won last year’s Rip Curl Nova Scotia Cup surfing competition at Lawrencetown Beach. He’s going for gold again in this year’s race for top wave rider. “How could you not?” he asks.
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  • Work
  • Key words

    Stephanie Domet explains the difference between the CBC lockout and a strike.

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • The anniversary party
  • Film + TV
  • The anniversary party

    As the Atlantic Film Festival unloads its 25th anniversary program,Carsten Knox boils it down to the essentials for you.
  • Inside the Fringes
  • Theatre
  • Inside the Fringes

    As Exodus Theatre launches The Dumb Waiter, Sean Flinn finds that the Fringe is a level playing field for all kinds of theatre.
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  • <i>Great</i> escape
  • Visual Art
  • Great escape

    Leah Modigliani takes a multimedia approach to our tenuous national identity. Sue Carter Flinn looks through maple glasses.

Music

  • Making Noise
  • Feature
  • Making Noise

    Dance-punk duo Special Noise has been creating a delicious racket around town.
  • The smooth talker
  • Feature
  • The smooth talker

    Rising Ottawa hip-hopper Massari combines old school R&B with Middle Eastern melody.

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