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  • Danushevsky took a beautiful cover photo of the Bloomfield Centre for the year-in-review issue. With this week’s portrait of Doug Sparks, he shows he can work just as well with humans.
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  • Feb 23 - Mar 1, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 39

Arts + Culture

  • Rick’s round-up
  • Film + TV
  • Rick’s round-up

    Cult icon Rick Moranis has re-emerged with a new comedy project. Chuck Teed finds out what makes The Agoraphobic Cowboy tick.
  • Black’s anatomy
  • Theatre
  • Black’s anatomy

    Writer-director Anthony Black takes a look at the divide between philosophy and science with 2B Theatre’s ambitious drama Soul Alone. “I didn’t know just how much intellectual heritage there is,” he says, “behind this question of the relationship betwe

Food + Drink

Music

  • Fiction’s imprint
  • Feature
  • Fiction’s imprint

    With its debut LP still a month away from release, Toronto’s From Fiction has managed to carve out an enviable reputation. Chris McCluskey reads into it.

News + Opinion

  • Table manners
  • Education
  • Table manners

    When a “seemingly innocuous motion” turned into a racially charged firestorm at the school board, Doug Sparks was reviled across Halifax
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  • Alone together
  • Education
  • Alone together

    Spirituality doesn’t often influence public policy. Sean Flinn finds a lecture series where the two can finally meet.
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  • Snow parking zone
  • Transit
  • Snow parking zone

    This season’s mild weather and lack of snow call the winter parking ban into question. Michael Fleury pulls up to the curb.
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