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  • art by Kate O’Connor
  • Art director Kate O’Connor usually designs the cover around another artist’s photograph or illustration. But this week, O’Connor herself was that other artist--using wood, spray paint and more to great effect.
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  • Mar 9-15, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 41
  • Why we're still waiting for RU-486

Lezlie Lowe on the economics of the abortion pill

News + Opinion

  • Twisted design
  • City
  • Twisted design

    A pair of proposed towers have divided public opinion about the future of downtown Halifax. Lis van Berkel seeks out some professional opinions.
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  • The drug of choice
  • Health
  • The drug of choice

    Although RU-486 is used around the world as an alternative to surgical abortion, it remains off limits to Canadians. What’s the problem here?
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  • Final countdown
  • Sports
  • Final countdown

    After a long haul of fundraising, the finish line is in sight for supporters of the new Halifax skatepark. Guy Quenneville reports.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • An epic adaptation
  • Film + TV
  • An epic adaptation

    A new film version of the epic poem Beowulf aims to make a simple story complex. Carsten Knox talks to Sturla Gunnarson about Beowulf & Grendel.

Music

  • Boobie trap
  • Feature
  • Boobie trap

    Vince Neil works the Marquee into a lather and Johnston Farrow is there to witness it.
  • The Friendz giant
  • Feature
  • The Friendz giant

    The Super Friendz reunite again with a show this weekend and a record in the works. Johnston Farrow gets an advance listen.
  • The real McKiel
  • Feature
  • The real McKiel

    With his debut album, Halifax musician Jon McKiel lets the music speak for itself. Tara Thorne listens.

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