Vol. 15, No. 35
My excellent career as a college student
Mitchell’s Environmental Treasures building may become condos soon.
By Tim Bousquet
Beer class redux
Week two: Alchemy and alcohol
You have to pay a legal fee in Halifax. But whoa! The pedestrian bridge from the ferry terminal to the Law Courts building is blocked off. You can’t pay your fine, so you go to jail.
What’s wrong? You have to pay a legal fee in Halifax. But whoa! The pedestrian bridge from the ferry terminal to the Law Courts building is blocked off. You can’t pay your fine, so you go to jail.
AlterEgos has new menu
By TC Demaresq
Morris East supper club
City Pizza opens
Let Gottingen heal
Lezlie Lowe sets her stylish self-defense and torture implement
Please school Bousquet
How She Move
Ian Iqbar Rashid’s urban dance movie, How She Move, is distinctly Toronto by way of Jane and Finch, without stepping “into the territory of the CN Tower andflagging Canadiana.”
By Tara Thorne
There Will Be Blood, and PT Anderson's other works.
P.T. Anderson creates ordinary characters who live through extreme circumstances.
By Hillary Titley
NSCAD student Chris Foster’s vending machine makes visual art affordable and fun.
By Laura Kenins
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters
By Lindsay McCarney
Cloverfield & Redacted
By Mark Palermo
Loose: The Concert
By Trevor Savory
By Sue Carter Flinn
By Stephanie Johns
In Field & Town
By Shannon Webb-Campbell
You Could Be
By Sean Flinn
Danny Ledwell, of In-Flight Safety, brings his own material to a new album
By Ian Gormely
By Caley MacLennan
The Evening Descends
Joel Plaskett Emergency
By Doug Taylor
Andru Branch's New Album,The Only Constant
Although his tapes were stolen twice, Andru Branch's second roots reggae album sticks to themes of love and spiritualism.
By Matthieu Aikins
One CUT above
Liz Feltham has no beef with Halifax's new high-end steakhouse.
By Liz Feltham
Kick at the darkness
Halifax sees two of the busiest cruise ship days of the year this week
By Martin Bauman
The Wanderer Grounds podcast: The Halifax Wanderers are playoff-bound—and damn, it feels good
Halifax’s Sydney Hayden vies for cake crown on The Great Canadian Baking Show
Jonathan Torrens makes Neptune debut in The Play That Goes Wrong
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada.