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  • Husband and wife superteam Hope Larson (inker) and Bryan Lee O’Malley (drawer) created this week’s cover featuring three local and three classic comic heroes.
  • Issue of
  • Nov 24-30, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 26

News + Opinion

  • Street smarts
  • City
  • Street smarts

    The Agricola Street area is “like the new Bohemia” and forming a business association. Erin O’Halloran reports.
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  • Shoptalk
  • Wait for it

    Surrounding businesses anticipate the announcement of the winning Grand Parade proposal. Michael Fleury reports.
  • Spend shift
  • Environment
  • Spend shift

    Last year, Matt Watkins embarked on a Buy Nothing Year. Hillary Lindsay catches up with him again to see if it was worth it.
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  • McGuire’s move
  • Health
  • McGuire’s move

    IWK CEO Anne McGuire shares with Sean Flinn why she spoke out on a troublesome three-letter acronym—ATV.
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  • Gasping for air
  • Education
  • Gasping for air

    CKDU’s funding drive fell short of its goal this year. Christopher Vaughan tunes in to find out how it affects the station.
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  • Education
  • Home fires

    The Community Action on Homelessness hosts a public lecture and workshop. Guy Quenneville reports

Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • That’s super
  • Film + TV
  • That’s super

    Halifax film society Flicker hosts a screening of Super-8 films from all over North America. Sue Carter Flinn gets into the grainy groove.
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  • Reviews
  • Film + TV
  • Reviews

    Carsten Knox checks out Water, Walk the Line and the new Mr. Darcy.
  • Hello Bombgurl
  • Literary
  • Hello Bombgurl

    Melissa Ryan has framed a classic outsider story within a children’s book form. Shayla Howell meets Bombgurl.
  • Shades of gay
  • Theatre
  • Shades of gay

    Michael Best wanted to see real gay men in entertainment. So he wrote Gay White Trash. Natalie Pendergast digs in.

Music

  • Come what Mays
  • Feature
  • Come what Mays

    After three national tours, Matt Mays and El Torpedo make two hometown stops. Chris McCluskey tries to keep up.
  • Gabe on
  • Feature
  • Gabe on

    Gabe Minnikin is back in town with a new outlook on life and a new batch of songs. Johnston Farrow catches up on his story.
  • Anablog
  • The Scene
  • Anablog

    Can you measure a year in press kits? Tara Thorne wonders.

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