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  • Ray Fenwick, the goddamn genius behind "Hall of Best Knowledge", created this week’s “Modern love” cover for his lucky Valentine Meaghan Jones. But like a latter-day Cupid or something, he’s happy to share it with you.
  • Issue of
  • Feb 9-15, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 37

News + Opinion

  • City
  • Lovesome town

    Romance is everywhere in Halifax: on the bus, in the bars; it’s even under the kitchen sink. Compiled by Sue Carter Flinn
  • My bloody Valentine
  • City
  • My bloody Valentine

    If you hate February 14 with a red-hot candy heart passion, you’re not alone. Welcome to the club.
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  • City
  • The Khyboshed Club

    The Khyber Club was shut down abruptly last week. The timing took everyone by surprise, Shannon Webb-Campbell reports.
  • Hot type
  • Health
  • Hot type

    Lavalife and love in HRM: An online dating memoir. by Jack Jericho l illustration Kate Sinclair
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  • Board games
  • Sports
  • Board games

    Lone Nova Scotian Olympian Sarah Conrad is soaring into Torino for her first Games. As Brent Sedo reports, don’t expect it to be her last.
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  • The cleaner
  • Nova Scotia
  • The cleaner

    When things go wrong for Nova Scotia’s Progressive Conservatives, when danger lurks and evil threatens to do harm to the party, Neil LeBlanc rides in to save the day.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • That <i>Thing</i> he does
  • Film + TV
  • That Thing he does

    Daniel MacIvor’s latest film, the coming of age story Whole New Thing, came together lightning-fast. Mark Palermo chats with the writer-director-star.
  • Love actually
  • Film + TV
  • Love actually

    Contrary to the AFI’s most romantic film list, love is still alive in modern cinema—it’s just harder to define.
  • Lying in wait
  • Literary
  • Lying in wait

    Author and cultural critic Lynn Crosbie writes about the death of her own relationship in her new poetic work, Liar.

Music

  • Tower of song
  • Feature
  • Tower of song

    Canadian icon Ron Sexsmith returns for the songwriters’ circle Bluebird North. Sean Flinn learns why you shouldn’t be surprised if he hauls out ABBA.
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  • Behind the music
  • Feature
  • Behind the music

    From dreamy crushes to devastating break-ups, there’s a song for every heartstring.
  • ANABLOG
  • The Scene
  • ANABLOG

    Tara Thorne is disappointed by Christina Kelly’s conversation points.

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