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  • Coast contributing photographer Darryl James shot this week’s cover — a potential future Olympian at the YWCA’s pool — as part of his photo essay about the people at the Y.
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  • Sep 29 - Oct 5, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 18

Arts + Culture

  • Post production
  • Film + TV
  • Post production

    After 10 days of schmooze, booze and endless movies, the 25th Atlantic Film Festivalemerges as a worthy anniversary.
  • Weekend warriors
  • Film + TV
  • Weekend warriors

    Meet a group of Canadian cinephiles dedicated to keeping our own movies in our own cinemas. Carsten Knox joins the First Weekend Club.
  • Crash of the titan
  • Film + TV
  • Crash of the titan

    The flaw in Jodie Foster’s career plan, says Tara Thorne, is her heroes find their victories in films that aren’t as good as she is.
  • Death and the king
  • Theatre
  • Death and the king

    OneLight Theatre’s latest is an adaptation of one of Iran’s most important plays, Death of Yazdgerd. Michael Fleury reports.
  • On a roll
  • Visual Art
  • On a roll

    Fearless art correspondent Sue Carter Flinn lends a hand rolling a giant eyeball through downtown on its way to installation.

Food + Drink

Music

  • Tried and Trews
  • Feature
  • Tried and Trews

    The Trews drop by one of their many hometowns for a big-assweeknight show. Jon Bruhm catches up on their crazy year.
  • Shacked up
  • Feature
  • Shacked up

    Tom Wilson and Bob Lanois team up and operate from the heart on The Shack Recordings. Chris McCluskey drops by for a listen.
  • Green as Moss
  • The Scene
  • Green as Moss

    Tara Thorne could use something illegal to bring her down out of this Kate Moss tizzy.

News + Opinion

  • Canada
  • Part 1: Getting out

    New Orleans is gone, along with the newspaper where I work, the home where I live.
  • City
  • Shelter storm

    A protest last week rallied for affordable housing now.
  • Sports
  • Y

    Why is the YWCA closing, and what happens to the women in transition who live there?
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  • Work
  • Locked in

    Stephanie Domet on the newest negotiation tactics between the CBC and the Canadian Media Guild.
  • Dial tones
  • Work
  • Dial tones

    In the midst of the CBC lockout, Michael Fleury looks into its emergency broadcasting plan and the role of private radio.

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