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  • Anton Corbijn has shot, like, every famous person ever--- including Coast cover dude Michael Franti---and has also directed music videos and even a movie with David Lynch in it.
  • Issue of
  • Mar 16-22, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 42

News + Opinion

  • Canada
  • The Haitian debate

    Former Haitian government minister Patrick Elie visited Halifax last week to discuss Canada’s ongoing role in the developing country. Stuart Neatby with reaction from Haiti.
  • REALITY BITES

    Mike Fleury dishes nuggets of news.
  • Flip the scripture
  • Education
  • Flip the scripture

    In a lecture this week at Dalhousie, United Church minister Martha Martin sets out to reconcile homosexuality and Christianity. Brent Sedo reports.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Fire in the soul
  • Film + TV
  • Fire in the soul

    Hip-hop philosopher Michael Franti took his guitar and a film crew to Baghdad to get a first-hand look at the war. He returned with the documentary I Know I’m Not Alone. “It doesn’t matter whether it’s a punk club in Berkeley, California, or in a basemen
  • The Stone carver
  • Film + TV
  • The Stone carver

    Canadian producer Camelia Frieberg turns writer-director with her debut feature A Stone’s Throw. Carsten Knox drops by the Dartmouth set.

Music

  • Into the north
  • Feature
  • Into the north

    A local festival returns to celebrate the music and art of a Halifax neighbourhood. Natalie Pendergast finds the heart of North by North End.

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