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  • May 17-23, 2007
  • Vol. 14, No. 51

News + Opinion

  • Body of art
  • City
  • Body of art

    With the inaugural tattoo festival drawing more than two dozen artists from near and far to Halifax, Sean Flinn fleshes out the weekend’s activities.
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  • Bloghorn
  • Math

    The hard truth about Nova Scotia's greenhouse gas emissions
  • Green bulb, red light
  • Lowefiles
  • Green bulb, red light

    Free compact fluorescents are a fine idea, Lezlie Lowe says, except for all the driving to a multinational box store the plan entails.

Food + Drink

  • Drinking food
  • Restaurant Reviews
  • Drinking food

    Gatsby's is more a convivial bar than a substantial restaurant. Jay Gatsby might be impressed; Liz Feltham isn't.

Arts + Culture

  • The screens of summer
  • Film + TV
  • The screens of summer

    In this preview to the season’s movies, Carsten Knox sifts through the sequels and finds excuses to spend some time in a cold, dark room.

Music

  • 7-up
  • Feature
  • 7-up

    Setting dance floors ablaze for years, gypsy-jazz septet Gypsophilia has become Halifax’s most popular group without a record. That changes this week with the release of Minor Hope.
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  • Lost in transition
  • Feature
  • Lost in transition

    Jill Barber caps the first half of a stellar year with three intimate shows. Chuck Teed follows her move from supporter to headliner.

City Guides

  • Taking flight
  • Hot Summer Guide
  • Taking flight

    Launching Homing, Stephanie Domet talks to Lindsay McCarney about the book’s themes of “love, death and rock ’n’ roll.”

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