In honour of indoor, in-bed, in-our-feelings-season we asked you to overshare the juicy details your worst pillow talk, best trysts and loneliest Halifax nights. Here are the highlights from our 10th annual completely anonymous, super indulgent, always raunchy readers’ poll.
After a late frost and a sweltering summer, Nova Scotia’s grape-growers discuss forging forward in the face of unpredictable conditions.
This year’s record-breaking warm, dry summer gave grape-growers and winemakers a sweet taste of what climate change has in store for Nova Scotia. That heat came just after a freeze in early June—late in the season for a frost so severe—offered another, bitter, glimpse at what climate change will look like in our vineyards.
The model, runway coach and founder of Soli Productions is changing the fashion industry, one show at a time.
“ When I first moved here I didn’t think the Black girls were into this,” says model, runway coach and humble changemaker Solitha Shortte. “I’m Caribbean as well, so I’m not only Black but I’m foreign.