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Updated on July 31, 2009 at 10:05 PM

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Re: “Eating at the Library with slurping noodles

Kinda agree with this...have made a few messes with my coffee and am worried I could be the reason that Central Library bans food and drink there!

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Posted by blueblue on 03/27/2016 at 8:27 PM

Re: “Big changes on Gottingen Street

I am just happy that that eyesore of the Met is finally going down! Happy to see income geared housing as well instead of pricey condos but some more small business in the area would be great - a grocery store, some nice clothing stores, a new/used bookstore, some professional offices things like that would be a real boost to the area. Go Gottingen!

Posted by blueblue on 04/30/2010 at 1:57 PM

Re: “I hate the way Im treated by banks...

There is a good reason that you are put through this by banks - national security. Yup since 9/11 to make sure that Canadains aren't in possession of materials that go 'boom' or other ingrediants of mass destruction banks are now obligated to ask where the huge sums of money came from if you deposit it or what you are going to do with it when you take it out. So suck up it up Princess and blame the US Department of Homeland Security. Oh and the handful of idiots who caused all of this shit several years ago.

Posted by blueblue on 12/23/2009 at 2:53 PM

Re: “Word on the Street's time up?

I read this article with interest; as a past volunteer for WOTS both as a individual and as an organization who participated when it was literary on the street, I am glad that someone has brought up the issue of WOTH's future. First of all, to the organiziers - please please continue in your endevour to keep this festival going! Its great to see people who wouldn t normally be 'downtown' down at this event! It is also an important venue for publishers and small independent bookstores in Halifax and Nova Scotia as a whole! That being said - I attended this years event and was somewhat disapointed - there was a noticable lack of booksellers - both new and used - attending for one thing. Another issue is the venue itself. While better then the space at Pier 22 - less like a warehouse for one thing - it feels like WOTHS is 'imposing ' on the space. Maybe just not a good fit for all that goes on there? I am not really in favour of going back to SGR however; perhaps another venue - Halifax Forum or even the Metro Centre? - might be better - although I would hate to see the event leave the downtown area.
I hope that the organizars take heart and continue with this fun and family friendly event as it would be shame to lose this event for many reasons.

Posted by blueblue on 12/18/2009 at 1:40 PM

Suggestion for another food catagory - best deli counter!

Posted by blueblue on 11/09/2009 at 11:38 PM

Re: “Art Gallary not Daycare

I should have clarified; first this wasnt the public art gallery which does have a childerns program - although the childern at this art show may have been too young for even that and they were well behaved. However I still stand by my opinion that something should be 'kid free'

Posted by blueblue on 09/13/2009 at 3:44 PM

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Re: “Wang's Grand Chinese Restaurant

Wonderful place to eat! Had the sweet and sour chicken, sizzling beef in black bean sauce and chicken rice plus some appitizers and it was all fantasic! Great flavours and good hearty portions. The service was great - mind you we werer the only ones there, but still very attentitive without being overbearing and the place has a very cozy and pleasent atmosphere as well. Try the deep fried banana and honey for desert - if you can and definatly go for the shrimp toast. This place has ruined me for any other Chinese restaurant in the city!

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Posted by blueblue on 12/24/2010 at 3:25 PM

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