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  • Photographer Dustin Rabin was behind the lens for the dreamy shot of Sarah Slean that graces this week’s cover.
  • Issue of
  • Dec 1-7, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 27

Arts + Culture

  • Holiday! Celebrate!
  • Film + TV
  • Holiday! Celebrate!

    The holiday movie season means big special effects and big-name Oscar bids. Carsten Knox boils it all down to bite-sized for you.
  • Reviews
  • Film + TV
  • Reviews

    Carsten Knox checks out The Ice Harvest, Bee Season and Just Friends.
  • The eyes have it
  • Film + TV
  • The eyes have it

    Who needs hobbits? the year in home entertainment was still awesome, and our resident movie freaks have pulled together their 50 favourites to prove it.
  • Literary
  • Nightfall

    Curse of the Narrows: The Halifax Explosion 1917 Chapter Ten
  • Literary
  • Nightfall

    Curse of the Narrows: The Halifax Explosion 1917 Chapter Ten (part 2)

Food + Drink

Music

  • Lend us your ears
  • Feature
  • Lend us your ears

    We’ve sorted through our carefully alphabetized cd library and plucked from it the 50 best albums of 2005. all hail the year of indie rock, cerebral pop and kanye.
  • Field study
  • Feature
  • Field study

    City Field is slowly and loudly gaining buzz for its ever-evolving sound. Johnston Farrow picks up a pack of bubblegum goth.
  • Slean times
  • Feature
  • Slean times

    She recently released a new album, published a poetry anthology and starred in a musical, but if you think sarah slean is about to slow down, you have another think coming: her to-do list starts with moving to france. Shannon webb-campbell checks in for
  • Soundclash of music
  • Feature
  • Soundclash of music

    Bedouin Soundclash went from obscure to ubiquitious in record time. Natalie Pendergast tracks the Toronto reggae trio’s rise.
  • Feature
  • Merry mixes

    We couldn’t fit all 10 mix CD submissions in this week’s bottomwriting. Here are the seven we printed plus three bonus lists.
  • The Scene
  • Gas track

    Erica Butler sees red over HRM’s greenhouse gases.

News + Opinion

  • Art of the matter
  • City
  • Art of the matter

    As the cultural plan nears completion, some in the arts community remain doubtful. Sue Carter Flinn reports.
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  • Nova Scotia
  • Who’s your daddy?

    The Christmas Daddies does good work, but Jane Kansas thinks the organization’s name should change with the times.
  • Fuelling around
  • Transit
  • Fuelling around

    Environmental groups host a fuel conversion workshop for diesel cars. Megan Wennberg drives through.
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