Halifax steps up to fund Africville Museum

Halifax steps up to fund Africville Museum

posted by JULIA-SIMONE RUTGERS, Nov 8/18

$8,000 operating grant from the city isn’t quite enough to keep the lights on, but it’s something to build on. comments      0

Soil cleanup on Shannon Park's Millbrook lands could cost $5 million

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Soil cleanup on Shannon Park's Millbrook lands could cost $5 million

posted by JACOB BOON, Nov 12/18

Costs and timetables for cleaning up the larger, adjacent property being pitched for a new CFL stadium are still an unknown. comments      0


Have a super-sweet weekend with these Sure Things

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Have a super-sweet weekend with these Sure Things

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Nov 8/18

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Thirty years of magic at The Black Market

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Thirty years of magic at The Black Market

posted by ASHLEY CORBETT, Nov 8/18

Downtown’s beloved import boutique celebrates three decades of bringing gems from around the world into the homes of Haligonians. comments      0


Halifax is not Canada’s Black Mecca

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Halifax is not Canada’s Black Mecca

posted by TUNDÉ BALOGUN, Nov 8/18

In Toronto, the racism we endured was more sophisticated and subliminal. In Nova Scotia, it’s brazen. comments      3


Bilby Street’s unaffordable future

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Bilby Street’s unaffordable future

posted by SANDRA C. HANNEBOHM, Nov 8/18

There’s little the community can do to stop new developments pricing residents out of their own neighbourhood. comments      5


Free Will Astrology

FREE WILL ASTROLOGY »

Free Will Astrology

posted by ROB BREZSNY, Nov 8/18

Rob Brezsny says you might soon spawn a valuable creation, Aries. comments      0


Refugee moms at serious risk for postpartum depression

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Refugee moms at serious risk for postpartum depression

posted by SALMA ALMUKHAINI, Nov 8/18

Evidence shows the chance of experiencing postpartum depression is five times higher in refugee women. comments      0


The most confident version of Erin Costelo

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The most confident version of Erin Costelo

posted by TARA THORNE, Nov 8/18

On Sweet Marie, the Halifax soul siren started with a love song by Randy Newman and ended up somewhere bold and new: “It’s exactly what I wanted to say.” comments      0


Is my normal abnormal?

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Is my normal abnormal?

posted by DAN SAVAGE, Nov 8/18

Seeing his peers settling down and having kids, a kinky bi guy wonders if he’s broken. Plus: A brother’s rubber love. comments      0


<i>What to Expect When You Aren’t Expected</i>’s queer health care study

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What to Expect When You Aren’t Expected’s queer health care study

posted by BRENNAN MCCRACKEN, Nov 8/18

The new play puts true birthing stories from queer Nova Scotia women on stage. comments      0


Visual arts review: James MacSwain, <i>Ex Libris</i>

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Visual arts review: James MacSwain, Ex Libris

posted by MOLLIE CRONIN, Nov 8/18

Paper collages landing somewhere between book and sculpture at Hermes. comments      0


A veteran helping veterans

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A veteran helping veterans

posted by TARA THORNE, Nov 8/18

Patrick Murray is a folk singer now, but his years of military service inform everything he does. comments      0


SPOTLIGHT »

The inside story: Fred Connors and Joel Flewelling

The inside story: Fred Connors and Joel Flewelling

posted by SUE CARTER FLINN, Apr 15/10

It was a crumbling house in a lovely community. These Halifax entrepreneurs took the most unlikely space and turned it into a stylish and functional contemporary farmhouse. comments      5

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Vol 26, No 24
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