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  • Issue of
  • Feb 15-21, 2007
  • Vol. 14, No. 38

News + Opinion

  • Lulu’s last show
  • City
  • Lulu’s last show

    Lulu LaRude, one of Halifax’s most famous drag queens, passed away on February 8 of a brain tumour. Mike Fleury reports.
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  • Punch it up
  • Sports
  • Punch it up

    A long-vacant theatre on Gottingen is about to step into the ring as a boxing gym. Guy Quenneville straps on his gloves.
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Food + Drink

Arts + Culture

  • Film + TV
  • Norbit

    Mark Palermo finds things to admire in Norbit.
  • Bollywood/Halifax
  • Film + TV
  • Bollywood/Halifax

    On the eve of Bollywood smash Guru’s arrival in Halifax, Carsten Knox hits the BLIP to find the Indo-Canadian community out in full support.
  • As seen on TV
  • Film + TV
  • As seen on TV

    George Canyon. JD Fortune. Bubbles. All television-made celebrities and successful musicians. And all from the same town. What’s in the water in New Glasgow?
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Music

  • Rose’s garden
  • Feature
  • Rose’s garden

    The witty and sensitive singer-songwriter has come into her own since the release of her first LP, If You Were for Me, nabbing ECMA nominations for Songwriter and Rising Star. She’s ready for all that’s come her way, and anything after.
  • Bands on film
  • Feature
  • Bands on film

    Carsten Knox presses play on the three local discs vying for DVD of the Year honours.
  • Myles above
  • Feature
  • Myles above

    Things have changed for the Fredericton native, whose second record has propelled him to the forefront of the Halifax scene and onto the biggest ECMA stage.
  • Safety dance
  • Feature
  • Safety dance

    Our passel of local music experts weigh on a select group of ECMA categories, and with help from your online votes, toss out some predictions (In-Flight), conspiracy theories (hip-hop) and rants of all kinds (Zellers).
  • Show time
  • Feature
  • Show time

    Fourteen shows worth standing in line for. Bring a hat.
  • Like a Skyhawk
  • Feature
  • Like a Skyhawk

    Local teacher Glenn Taylor scores an ECMA nod for Best Children’s Recording for his anti-bullying spectacle Skyhawk: The Musical, performed by more than 45 students at Spryfield’s Elizabeth Sutherland School.

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