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  • Is it possible to get enough Jesse Jacobs? We just say no. This issue’s cover is his second in six months, plus he illustrates “the Lowedown” (see p. 9 for his take on evil, evil slugs).
  • Issue of
  • Jun 15-21, 2006
  • Vol. 14, No. 3

News + Opinion

  • City
  • Stone face

    Megan Wennberg digs up more interesting facts about Old Burying Ground monuments.
  • City
  • Beyond the Basilica

    Slap on some sunblock and walk the line with our guided tour of Halifax’s modern architecture. By Sean Flinn. Photos Crystal Cox
  • City
  • Harbouring secrets

    Facts your Harbour Hopper tour guide won’t indulge about Halifax: sex, drugs and sewage control. By Stephanie Domet.
  • City
  • Seven-day tripping

    It’s 1,835 kilometres to go. Lezlie Lowe has a full tank o’ gas, half a bag of pastries, it’s bright and she’s wearing sunglasses. Hit it.
  • City
  • Grave matters

    Megan Wennberg uncovers the real-life history behind Halifax’s oldest cemetery, the Old Burying Ground at the corner of spring garden road and barrington street.
  • Shoptalk
  • All decked out

    From sweet rooftop terraces to sunny sidewalk hangs, our annual patio guide susses out this summer's best seats for all your drinking, eating and people-watching needs.
  • Environment
  • Convenient truths

    You've seen the movie or read the book. Now here's your homework: Al Gore, David Suzuki and other ecology experts suggest eight handy things you can do to fight global warming.
  • Slug it out
  • Lowefiles
  • Slug it out

    Lezlie Lowe writes an open letter to her least-favourite backyard companion.
  • The wheel world
  • Transit
  • The wheel world

    Over the years, cyclists have had plenty of reason to be optimistic about biking in Halifax, from the recent Bike Week celebration to the long-planned Blueprint for a Bicycle-Friendly HRM. But is Halifax actually bike-friendly, or are bikes being pushed
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  • Transit
  • Theodore’s struggles

    Theodore Tugboat was an international star and a made-in-Halifax sensation, but his creator says this success ended up sinking television’s plucky tug.
  • Self starter
  • Work
  • Self starter

    Iris Porter prepares to release DIYinHFX, a local guide to the do-it-yourself movement.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Film + TV
  • Cars

    Mark Palermo says the devil’s in the details.
  • Divisionary tactics
  • Film + TV
  • Divisionary tactics

    The filmmaking team Urban Peace Division is thinking big, and has the potential to back it up. Carsten Knox catches them before they hit LA.

Music

  • Feature
  • "Radiohead for president"

    After growing up under the influence of Radiohead's music, Matt Charlton gets to spend a few nights with the band. Too bad the stupid fans came too.
  • Meet Ms. McInnis
  • Feature
  • Meet Ms. McInnis

    After more than a decade in bands, the Halifax singer-songwriter busts out on her own with a debut album. Johnston Farrow dives into Pamela and the Underwater.

City Guides

  • Fall Arts Preview
  • Fall arts preview: June 2007

    With the hot, hot heat beckoning, our panel of summer-loving specialists wades through all the season’s happenings, to bring you the best arts, concerts, festivals, events, diversions and outdoor activities, this season, in your backyard and beyond.

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