We bought a church

How two first-time home buyers became steeple people thanks to a renovated sacred space in Musquodoboit Harbour.
Visiting Musquodoboit Harbour, Jennifer Wilcox and Josh Boyter drove by the decommissioned West Jeddore United Baptist Church.

Homes Halifax

Rise and shine with Ray Kadiri

The Halifax makeup artist and social media stunner uses cosmetics to express and empower.
Makeup artist, jewellery designer, vlogger and beauty influencer Ray Kadiri (AKA Rayraykad) is a by all accounts a striking individual.

Spring Fashion

Where are we now? Nova Scotia Craft Beer in 2019

Hosts of the 902 BrewCast reflect on the good, the bad and the delicious things happening in Nova Scotia’s craft beer industry in 2019.
W e love change, and the craft beer scene in Nova Scotia somehow manages to bring us joy while at the same time begging to be KonMaried into the sun.

Beer Guide

SMU’s UPrep: It’s Never Too Late to Upgrade your Education

LoffieAnn revisited unused skills, built an academic foundation and reignited her love for writing through SMU’s UPrep Program
Meet LoffieAnn.

Career Minded (Sponsor Content)

This is how we do it: The results of our 2019 Sex + Dating Survey

Our 10th annual excuse to be nosy
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.

Sex + Dating Guide

New year, same you

In a month full of purging and cleansing, it’s time to resist the idea our bodies need to be corrected.
January, arguably more than any month of the year, is when we are the most focused on ourselves.

Well Being Guide

Get holly jolly with The Holiday Planner

Ringing in the snowy season with gift ideas, festive booze, events galore, Christmas bangers and a partridge in a pear tree.

Holiday Planner

Your Best of Halifax 2018 Readers' Choice Awards winners

Participation ribbons all around! Our 24th annual readers’ poll attracted the most-ever entrants.

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Weathering the storm: How the changing climate affects our vineyards

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.

Fall Wine Guide

Risk of collapse for student decks

One Halifax home inspector says the municipality is full of unsafe decks.
Thomas Baker was on his way home from a party with a friend when he heard a crash.

Back To School

Checked out: AIDS testing in Nova Scotia falls behind

Frontline HIV/AIDS workers in this province have fewer resources to work with, and there seems to be a lack of support and desire from the province to help.
Five years ago, the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia launched a campaign called “Check Me Out” to encourage gay men in Nova Scotia to get tested for HIV and other STIs.

Halifax Pride

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