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  • Thanks to photographer Aaron Fraser, you see i see rowboats (from left on the cover, the band is Luke Fisher, Darcy Fraser, Lisa Lipton, Will Robinson and Solomon Vromons).
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  • Nov 15-21, 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 25

Arts + Culture

  • Blood work
  • Film + TV
  • Blood work

    Martha Stiegman’s two-part documentary In The Same Boat? examines the complex struggles facing Nova Scotian and First Nations traditional fishing communities. Carsten Knox is reeled in.
  • Metal detector
  • Visual Art
  • Metal detector

    David Poolman’s multimedia exhibition at Eyelevel Gallery examines underground heavy metal as a worldview. Sean Flinn enters the abyss.

Food + Drink

Music

  • New waves
  • Feature
  • New waves

    Earlier this year i see rowboats didn’t even have a name. nine months later, the chamber-pop quintet has sailed up the campus radio charts to become one of the city’s favourite indie bands.
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  • Band in real life
  • Feature
  • Band in real life

    Montgomery Moth’s new release, Go Crazy, goes hard on the rock and light on the image. Ian Gormely deals with it
  • The Scene
  • Daily double

    The ECMAs are slated to throw their big-ass industry high-five in Moncton.
  • Campus security
  • The Scene
  • Campus security

    With regard to the mayor’s roundtable on violence, the new Halifax Student Alliance succeeds where the mayor failed---engaging students. Mike Fleury reports.
  • The Scene
  • Funked up

    Halifax becomes part of the Universal Zulu Nation.
  • The Scene
  • Big breaths

    "The idea of looking at being young and immigrating and the idea of loss for me is really pretty big."

News + Opinion

  • Savage Love

    Is two company, three a crowd? Dan Savage (and Vicki) advise.
  • Shoptalk
  • Closed Krisp

    Sending out a "big thank you to everyone who supported the store."

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