CrOF 
Member since Nov 5, 2009

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Re: “Ray's Lebanese Food and A Taste of India are being evicted from Scotia Square

If you think Scotia Square has the best food court in the country, you need to travel more.

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Posted by CrOF on 02/01/2014 at 2:15 AM

Re: “Saint Mary's University frosh pushed into fake public sex

It certainly does NOT happen at every Canadian university. What is it in our society that people continually make excuses for unacceptable behaviour? Rob Ford, Stphen Harper, SMU, UBC. Own up and CHANGE things. Grow up.

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Posted by CrOF on 11/26/2013 at 9:30 AM

Re: “Best Blues Artist / Band

That should read, ... "NOT quite in the same way his father was ..."

By the way, it would be nice if you broke out the categories in to band and artist, and hey, what about dividing artist into male and female? Halifax is the home of East Coast Blues, and artists from around here (Dutch Mason, for one) helped keep the Blues alive across Canada and there are LOTS of great blues bands – Eileen Joyce, Catahoula Brown, the Lucky Dogs, George Carter Trio and many others. Get with it Coast.

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Posted by CrOF on 04/09/2013 at 3:32 PM

Re: “Best Blues Artist / Band

Oo, what a surprise. The blues boy who's famous for being a famous son, – overrated, overhyped and overblown (although quite in the same way his father was ... if you catch my drift). He's a so-so performer who is constantly outclassed by visiting blues men. Charlie A'Court pulls more faces than Jim Carry with gas cramps, but he can sing and play. Don't know the other guys, but they must have a lot of friends and family to vault them into 2nd place with so many other, busier blues bands around. Kevin Fletcher is the best young blues guy to come along in decades. He's the future of Blues around here as soon as someone tells Joe Murphy we're all sick of him.

Mike Trask is a wannabe who thinks putting on a gravelly voice makes him a blues man. It doesn't and he's not. Please, Trask, if you're reading this, go back to putting out tripe with Mudhen.

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Posted by CrOF on 04/09/2013 at 3:24 PM

Re: “Common concert promoter goes out of business

Too much old thinking in many of these comments. This is the 21st century and the idea that a physical hub is of any real importance is a 19th century construct. The power hubs in this century and beyond are where the technological leadership and knowledge prevail. We will be travelling less and less and using innovative communications technology much more.

Posted by KOB on 11/10/2010 at 10:56 PM

This is the same promoter who gave us the Great Atlantic Bust & Beyond "Festival" a couple of years back. Maybe he should look into another line of work.

Posted by KOB on 07/13/2010 at 8:25 PM

This is the same promoter who gave us the Great Atlantic Bust and Beyond festival a couple of years ago. Maybe he should look into another line of work.

Posted by KOB on 07/13/2010 at 8:23 PM

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Re: “Freeman's Little New York, downtown

In a world of mass produced pizza where everyone seems to be using the same recipe, it's great to have Freeman's with pizza that tastes like it was made by caring chefs, not impersonal assembly lines. Great!

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