Fall Arts Preview: Visual arts calendar

Fall Arts Preview: Visual arts calendar

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Sep 19/19

Get the lowdown on the season’s can’t-miss exhibits. comments      0

To <i>The Lighthouse</i>

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To The Lighthouse

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 19/19

Robert Eggers’ latest film—a horror-tinged tale set in 1890s Maine—was brought to life with a set built in southern Nova Scotia. comments      0


Fall Arts Preview: Stage calendar

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Fall Arts Preview: Stage calendar

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 19/19

A month-by-month roundup of unmissable theatre, comedy, drag and dance. comments      0


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Fall Arts Preview: Get lit(-erary) with these events

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Sep 19/19

Bookworms, mark your calendars comments      0


Mckayla Eaton’s <i>Summoned</i> casts a spell

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Mckayla Eaton’s Summoned casts a spell

posted by JADE NAUSS, Sep 19/19

The young adult fantasy novel is more Chilling Adventures of Sabrina than it is Harry Potter. comments      0


Art Brat Comics

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Art Brat Comics

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Sep 19/19

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Fall Arts Preview: Four local reads you’ll love

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Fall Arts Preview: Four local reads you’ll love

posted by JADE NAUSS, Sep 19/19

From slice-of-life essays to a Vonnegut-esque classic-in-the-making, here’s the books to curl up with this autumn. comments      0


Review: <i>Atmospheric Events</i> is brutally soft

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Review: Atmospheric Events is brutally soft

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Sep 19/19

The Dalhousie Art Gallery’s contribution to RESPONSIVE: International Light Art Project Halifax balances the building itself. comments      0


Fall Arts Preview: Sara Coffin’s wild side

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Fall Arts Preview: Sara Coffin’s wild side

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Sep 19/19

Mocean Dance’s co-artistic director’s *Wild Within* takes a look at our connection to the earth. comments      0


Heather Young’s film slays not with a bang but a <i>Murmur</i>

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Heather Young’s film slays not with a bang but a Murmur

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 12/19

Her feature-length debut—which opens this year’s FIN Atlantic International Film Festival—shows the Dartmouth-based director is a force. comments      0


FIN-tastic films and where to find them

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FIN-tastic films and where to find them

posted by ERIN CHRISTIE, Sep 12/19

A handful of must-see movies at this year’s FIN Atlantic International Film Festival. comments      0


So, who <i>did</i> let the dogs out?

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So, who did let the dogs out?

posted by STEPHANIE JOHNS, Sep 12/19

A documentary deep-dive into the murky origins of the Baha Men’s smash hit arrives at FIN Atlantic International Film Festival comments      0


<i>There’s Something In the Water</i> runs deep

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There’s Something In the Water runs deep

posted by JONATHAN BRIGGINS, Sep 12/19

From book to big screen, Ingrid Waldron teams up with Ellen Page to explore environmental racism. comments      0


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