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  • This week Peter Diamond makes his Coast cover debut, but as part of the Lucky Comics collective with Jesse Jacobs and Chris Lockerbie, he’s no stranger to local alt publishing. For more head to bwww.lackboxpro.com/peter_diamond/
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  • Aug 3-9, 2006
  • Vol. 14, No. 10

News + Opinion

  • Something in the air
  • City
  • Something in the air

    Thirteen years ago, Chebucto Community Net was one of the first groups to connect Halifax to the mysterious new “internet.” Now, with a bold new plan to provide cheap city-wide wi-fi, they want to turn Halifax into a wireless wonderland.
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  • Road to ruin
  • City
  • Road to ruin

    Just beyond Bayers Lake Industrial Park lies a patch of wilderness which could turn into a highway. Tim Bousquet reports.
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  • Salvage garden
  • Environment
  • Salvage garden

    Students are beautifying a well-used common space beside the Salvation Army building on Gottingen. Sean Flinn rolls up his sleeves.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Toni! Toni! Toni!
  • Film + TV
  • Toni! Toni! Toni!

    Toni Collette is one of the most versatile—and therefore underrated—actors working in and outside of Hollywood. Carsten Knox explains the awesome.
  • Dig your Roots
  • Visual Art
  • Dig your Roots

    New MSVU Gallery exhibition Roots and Shoots delivers a cross-section of the local art scene. Sue Carter Flinn gets the details.

Music

  • Feature
  • The Long Way to awesome

    In 2003, America turned on The Dixie Chicks when they dared to speak their minds. Three years later theyíre fighting back with the most honest, accessible album of their career. Tara Thorne tells you why you should seek out what tickets are left to their
  • On the <i>War</i> path
  • Feature
  • On the War path

    After a four-year hiatus, Amelia Curran returns with the quietly hypnotic War Brides. Matt Charlton catches her before she hits the road.

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