The school where plants fill the halls

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The school where plants fill the halls

A janitor at École du Carrefour in Dartmouth has taken Covid as an opportunity to go green—literally.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 23/20


Halifax Regional Council is about to get a bit more diverse

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Halifax Regional Council is about to get a bit more diverse

Results are in and we're looking at two people of colour, at least seven women and no one named Steve.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Oct 22/20


Nigerians in Halifax call for an end to police brutality in Nigeria

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Nigerians in Halifax call for an end to police brutality in Nigeria

“People are getting killed in Nigeria like chickens and the west is not saying anything about it,” says Kunle Fakiyesi.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Oct 22/20


Obladee celebrates a decade of sophisticated style

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Obladee celebrates a decade of sophisticated style

The Barrington Street wine bar celebrates ten years in business this month.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 22/20


Seven Sure Things happening in Halifax from Oct 22-28

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Seven Sure Things happening in Halifax from Oct 22-28

All the local, live art you need to see.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 22/20


Burger Week is on now

THE FEED »

Burger Week is on now

The pandemic-postponed patty party is back, October 22 through October 31.

by TEAM COAST, Oct 22/20


A transformation for Truly Tasty

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A transformation for Truly Tasty

The larger space next door will allow for more dine-in customers at Halifax’s longest-running ramen shop.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 22/20


Breweries leave craft brewing association after controversial comments by executive director

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Breweries leave craft brewing association after controversial comments by executive director

Both North Brewing and Big Spruce have left the industry group

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 21/20


Halifax Pop Explosion's 28th festival should be starting tonight

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Halifax Pop Explosion's 28th festival should be starting tonight

Instead, there's been nothing but months of silence from the stalwart of Halifax's music scene.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 21/20


COVID-19 news in Nova Scotia, for the week starting October 19

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COVID-19 news in Nova Scotia, for the week starting October 19

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly but not only from the province.

by TEAM COAST, Oct 19/20


Rally Sunday in Halifax in support of Indigenous fisherfolks

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Rally Sunday in Halifax in support of Indigenous fisherfolks

Organizers say they want Treaty rights and the Marshall decision to be upheld.

by SEYITAN MORITIWON, Oct 16/20


Hungry for more

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Hungry for more

How COVID-19 is exacerbating university students’ food insecurity.

by VICTORIA WALTON, Oct 15/20


Shocking discovery from beyond the grave

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Shocking discovery from beyond the grave

A reader needs help understanding—and forgiving.

by DAN SAVAGE, Oct 15/20


In your horoscope: Listen to your body

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In your horoscope: Listen to your body

Your physical organism has wisdom to impart, Leo, especially in coming weeks.

by ROB BREZSNY, Oct 15/20


Nocturne 2020: Drying <i>The Tears of a Butterfly</i>

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Nocturne 2020: Drying The Tears of a Butterfly

Nocturne curator Lindsay Dobbin on why artist Mike MacDonald’s legacy will live forever.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Nocturne 2020: Mo Phùng’s memory <i>Migration</i>

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Nocturne 2020: Mo Phùng’s memory Migration

The photographer recreates family snapshots to delve into the layers of their identity.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Nocturn'd up

VISUAL ART »

Nocturn'd up

Our guide to making the most of the epic visual arts festival.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Nocturne 2020: Marie-Soleil Provençal wastes not, wants lots

VISUAL ART »

Nocturne 2020: Marie-Soleil Provençal wastes not, wants lots

“I realized how much waste I was producing as an artist.”

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Nocturne 2020: Mo Drescher and Liliona Quarmyne cross the <i>distance</i>

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Nocturne 2020: Mo Drescher and Liliona Quarmyne cross the distance

A powerhouse art duo brings questions of connection to Nocturne.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Nocturne 2020: I'thandi Munro's parking impass

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Nocturne 2020: I'thandi Munro's parking impass

How a collection of ticketed fines became an art installation against systemic issues.

by MORGAN MULLIN, Oct 15/20


Angry mob trap Mi’kmaw fishermen at a lobster pound in southwestern Nova Scotia

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Angry mob trap Mi’kmaw fishermen at a lobster pound in southwestern Nova Scotia

The latest from Maureen Googoo at Ku'kuk'wes News.

by MAUREEN GOOGOO, Oct 14/20


COVID-19 news in Nova Scotia, for the week starting October 12

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COVID-19 news in Nova Scotia, for the week starting October 12

New C19 cases and other info bits, mostly but not only from the province.

by TEAM COAST, Oct 12/20


Twenty two yes/no questions with Halifax Regional Council candidates

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Twenty two yes/no questions with Halifax Regional Council candidates

Should HRM have rent control? Defund the police? Have you read the entire street check report? and more.

by CAORA MCKENNA, Oct 11/20


On the phone with infrastructure specialist David Schofield, District 15

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On the phone with infrastructure specialist David Schofield, District 15

“If your residents aren’t informed they can’t give you an informed decision.”

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Oct 9/20


On the phone with social justice advocate Jay Aaron Roy, District 15

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On the phone with social justice advocate Jay Aaron Roy, District 15

Whether it’s affordable transit or accessibility issues, Roy wants to make sure everyone's voice is heard.

by FELESHIA CHANDLER, Oct 9/20


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Snuggled in

Snuggled in

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