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  • Our central Canadian photo correspondent Tory Zimmerman accompanied fellow Hamilton resident Kathleen Edwards to the local market and got this week’s cover shot exclusively for The Coast.
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  • Mar 30 - Apr 5, 2006
  • Vol. 13, No. 44

Arts + Culture

  • Film + TV
  • I want my real TV

    Iconic canadian music video director Floria Sigismondi discusses how her mind-blowing stylistic works depict “things the way i see them.
  • Live capture
  • Film + TV
  • Live capture

    What do Talking Heads, Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan and Joel Plaskett have in common? Kickass concert DVDs. Carsten Knox listens in on the trend.

Food + Drink

Music

  • Feature
  • A flash of Pam

    Stephanie Johns on why Pamela Anderson is the perfect Juno host.
  • Feature
  • Juggling Juno

    With so much music going on in town this weekend, how the hell are you supposed to figure out who you should go see? By listening to us, of course!
  • Feature
  • As you like it

    This Juno weekend marks the busiest musical time of year, if ever. You choose how you should spend it. By Johnston Farrow, Illustrations Jesse Jacobs
  • Feature
  • Nickelbash

    Our panel of experts predicts the winners---but mostly the losers, which is most of us---at the 2006 Juno Awards.
  • Feature
  • Making a scene

    The Halifax underground compilation album Out of the Fog is 20 years old.
  • Succeeder
  • Feature
  • Succeeder

    Thirteen months ago, Kathleen Edwards was staring down the sophomore slump, awaiting the release of her new record, Back to Me. It would follow Failer, the scrappy alt-country debut that pulled her out of rural Quebec and pushed her into the world for 18
  • Feature
  • Martha Wainwright living

    The princess of one of Canada’s muscial royal families, Martha Wainwright spent decades in the background. Until last year, when she became a revered and respected singer-songwriter in her own right. “Maybe I knew something, putting out a record when I w
  • Mover, shaker
  • Feature
  • Mover, shaker

    Unlikely reggae star Matisyahu will be in an unlikely place---Halifax---on the unlikeliest weekend of the year---Junos. Sue Carter Flinn catches up.
  • The Scene
  • Take me out

    Four venues, huge crowds and K-os made Friday at the Junos one kick-ass time

News + Opinion

  • Copy rights
  • Education
  • Copy rights

    Mount Saint Vincent University recently decided to stop using controversial anti-plagiarism service turnitin.com. Mihira Lakshman gets the reaction.
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