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

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.
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  • 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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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.

Arts + Culture

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • <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.

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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Best of Halifax

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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