Martha Paynter talks about abortion on the big screen

Martha Paynter talks about abortion on the big screen

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 19/19

Don’t worry about missing Unplanned in theatres, here’s seven on-screen representations worth watching comments      0

Take Pride in your weekend with these Sure Things

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Take Pride in your weekend with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 18/19

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G-Street Pizza opens next week

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G-Street Pizza opens next week

posted by ALLISON SAUNDERS, Jul 18/19

Gottingen Street's newest eat-in restaurant focuses on consistent pies and solid ingredients. comments      0


Halifax, meet Hedwig

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Halifax, meet Hedwig

posted by SARA CONNORS, Jul 18/19

Help kick off Pride with a production of the queer punk-rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch. comments      0


Dolly Parton's house

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Dolly Parton's house

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Jul 18/19

Heist’s annual Pride tribute goes big-haired with a salute to Dolly Parton. comments      0


Honouring the African Nova Scotian community with a concrete legacy

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Honouring the African Nova Scotian community with a concrete legacy

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 18/19

Marven Nelligan’s artwork finally completed at Halifax Common plaza comments      0


Your unofficial official guide to Halifax Pride 2019

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Your unofficial official guide to Halifax Pride 2019

Jul 18/19

From The Coast’s first Pride Guide in 1996, the community—and its reach—has grown. Get this week’s edition for stories from trans youth research to a parade everyone can love. comments      0


Elle Noir AKA Chris Cochrane is unapologetically herself

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Elle Noir AKA Chris Cochrane is unapologetically herself

posted by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Jul 18/19

The only out trans, Black drag queen this side of Montreal is the 2019 Pride Ambassador comments      0


Halifax’s Dyke and Trans March goes beyond capitalism with a fun rainbow

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Halifax’s Dyke and Trans March goes beyond capitalism with a fun rainbow

posted by REBECCA DINGWELL, Jul 18/19

A community-organized alternative to corporate Pride is equal parts glitter and bitter comments      0


Halifax’s first gay male choir is set to make its Pride Festival debut

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Halifax’s first gay male choir is set to make its Pride Festival debut

posted by BRANDON YOUNG, Jul 18/19

From Broadway show tunes to standard classical arrangements and folk, they’re singing it all comments      0


Halifax Pride’s low-sensory zone brings all the fun but less of the noise

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Halifax Pride’s low-sensory zone brings all the fun but less of the noise

posted by CAORA MCKENNA, Jul 18/19

Making sure everyone has a good time at Pride comments      0


What 2SLGBTQ+ youth want

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What 2SLGBTQ+ youth want

posted by JESSICA R. DURLING, Jul 18/19

New study looks at respectful care in health care and social services, plus increased education comments      0


Art Brat Comics

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Art Brat Comics

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Jul 18/19

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SPOTLIGHT »

Outdoor swim guide

posted by LIS VAN BERKEL, Jun 14/07

Thanks to the sewage, you can’t swim in the Harbour. No biggie, there are still plenty of ways to cool off. So wade in and get your toes wet with The Coast’s guide to Metro Halifax’s finest lakes and ponds. comments      1

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Vol 27, No 8
July 18, 2019

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