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  • Issue of
  • Mar 29 - Apr 4, 2007
  • Vol. 14, No. 44

Arts + Culture

  • Having a blast
  • Film + TV
  • Having a blast

    Dartmouth filmmaker Jason Eisener has caught some big-time eyes with the grindhouse phenomenon Hobo with a Shotgun—now playing at acinema near you. photos Andrew Hines
  • <i>Crazy</i>/dutiful
  • Film + TV
  • Crazy/dutiful

    Gordon Henderson spent some time with Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan and emerged with The Crazy Eights. Carsten Knox gets his field report.
  • Young guns
  • Film + TV
  • Young guns

    Mary Walsh directs and stars in the new comedy Young Triffie. Sean Flinn talks to her about adaptation, acting and arse-lickers.
  • <i>Rose</i>-coloured glasses
  • Theatre
  • Rose-coloured glasses

    Oscar-winner Olympia Dukakis comes to town to close out Chutzpah!. Kate Watson chats with her about her show, Rose.

Best of Halifax

Food + Drink

  • Dine-N-Dash
  • Restaurant Reviews
  • Dine-N-Dash

    Nick-N-Willy's lets you eat in, take out, order in or "Take-N-Bake." Liz Feltham explores her options.

Music

  • The fantastic two
  • Feature
  • The fantastic two

    Indie duo The Superfantastics pops up into Halifax’s consciousness with a savvy sense of the offbeat, a zest for DIY and a great debut LP.
  • Best of Music reader's poll
  • Feature
  • Best of Music reader's poll

    It’s the Best of Music Readers’ Poll results: A year of listening, months of voting and weeks of tallying all point to this day of celebration, on which you reveal all of the reasons you love this town, musically.
  • Under the covers
  • Feature
  • Under the covers

    Jann Arden takes a heartbreak with Uncover Me, an homage to the songs of her youth. Shannon Webb-Campbell peels back a few layers and looks in.

News + Opinion

  • Loss of status
  • Canada
  • Loss of status

    Stephen Harper’s funding cuts towards equality hit Quinpool Road last week. Jodie Barnaby reports on the loss of Halifax’s Status of Women office.
  • Tags:
  • Shoptalk
  • Next up

    Guy Quenneville browses for business news.
  • Waste 2.0
  • Environment
  • Waste 2.0

    HRM continues its slow march towards putting more source-separating waste bins on city sidewalks. Mike Fleury gets trashed.
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City Guides

  • Well versed
  • Hot Summer Guide
  • Well versed

    Halifax poet laureate Lorri Neilsen Glenn represents at the Writers’ Fest. Carsten Knox talks to her about telling stories.

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