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  • Cover hamstar Copain appears to be enjoying a snack, but it’s really a special effect, thanks to art director Kate O’Connor. Copain photo by Jacob Owens. Popcorn captured by Scott Munn.
  • Issue of
  • Sep 14-20, 2006
  • Vol. 14, No. 16

News + Opinion

  • Square roots
  • City
  • Square roots

    This weekend, Tyler Morton invites the city to the first Uniacke Square Community Conference.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Smoke break
  • Film + TV
  • Smoke break

    Local filmmakers Chris Cuthbertson and Drew Hagen invested their life and their wallets into the retailcomedy, A Bug and a Bag of Weed.
  • True colours
  • Film + TV
  • True colours

    Halifax documentary filmmaker Sobaz Benjamin sheds clothes and misconceptions to examine his own identity in Race is a Four Letter Word.
  • The big deal
  • Film + TV
  • The big deal

    A million little reasons to go see these ten daring films about dealing, drinking, smoking and selling.
  • Fur and peace
  • Film + TV
  • Fur and peace

    Copain de paix, Jacob Owens’ and Kevin Pitman’s short-film sequel about two gay hamsters in love, returns with a human-sized message of love and acceptance.
  • Boom town
  • Film + TV
  • Boom town

    If you can get past the whiners, the yellers and the celebrity stalkers, the Toronto International Film Festival is an amazing place to be.

Music

  • Beyond measure
  • Feature
  • Beyond measure

    Metric’s lead singer Emily Haines has the unpredictable rock-god personality of an Iggy Pop or Johnny Cash, and she’s pushing the band to stardom.
  • Folk remedies
  • Feature
  • Folk remedies

    Political singer-songwriter Billy Bragg brings his guitar and a few stories to Halifax. Sue Carter Flinn spins a yarn.

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