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  • Art Director Kate O’Connor designed His and Her versions of this week’s cover story about the need for more public toilets in Halifax.
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  • Nov 10-16, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 24

Arts + Culture

  • The write wing
  • Film + TV
  • The write wing

    Journalism isn’t the most filmable craft in the world, but some movies have gotten it right. Sue Carter Flinn gets to the bottom of the story.
  • In the ’hood
  • Film + TV
  • In the ’hood

    Halifax filmmaker Jacob Medjuck re-creates his childhood for his feature debut Summerhood. Carsten Knox drops by the set.
  • The drawer girl
  • Visual Art
  • The drawer girl

    Shary Boyle performs her animated drawing piece Songs of Childhood in Halifax this week. Sean Flinn watches and listens.

Food + Drink

Music

  • Adam’s song
  • Feature
  • Adam’s song

    Alt-country import Adam Puddington grabbed some familiar names and created For the Meantime. And Matt Charlton digs it.
  • Dangerously zone
  • Feature
  • Dangerously zone

    Halifax hip-hopper Jesse Dangerously brings a crew along for the first time on his guest-laden EP Inter Alia. Jon Bruhm finds out why.
  • Sneak preach
  • The Scene
  • Sneak preach

    Tara Thorne tries to get the terrifying music of Prussian Blue out of her mind.

News + Opinion

  • Canada
  • Leaving

    Part ten of Submerged: An evacuee’s journal
  • No place to go
  • City
  • No place to go

    As an unsung part of urban development, an abundance of public toilets can make a great city. Downtown Shanghai boasts a toilet every 300 metres. Then there’s Halifax, waiting for the toilet revolution to come.
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  • Air forces
  • Environment
  • Air forces

    The Sierra Club is hosting a session to let people know how they can, at a local level, reduce greenhouse gases.
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  • Transit
  • Fuelling the fire

    Saving at the pumps just got a tiny bit easier with the help of a website. Guy Quenneville fills up.

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