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Fringe 2018: Liminal Flight
“A nice little sampler pack” of circus arts aims for the sky.
By Michael Lake
Tags: Arts + Culture, Fringe, Halifax Fringe Festival, festivals, theatre, Madelaine Higgins, Cait Anthony, Alex Smith, Taylor Zupiter, Brendan Tipney, Amanda Hobbs, Justin Pants, Shane Martin, Spacefood, Aaron Klingbeil, St. Matthew's United Church, Theatre
Jazz Fest: Land of Talk
Liz Powell is feeling like she won’t have to disappear again
By Morgan Mullin
Tags: Music, Halifax Jazz Festival, jazz fest, Land of Talk, Montreal, St. Matthew's United Church, Feature
A beautiful archive of our people
With Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, the Indigenous musicologist Jeremy Dutcher has captured and shared his community’s culture on its own terms.
By Brennan McCracken
Tags: Music, Jeremy Dutcher, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, Kent Monkman, Frances Densmore, Tobique First Nation, Wolostoq, Wolastoqey, Maggie Paul, William Mechling, St. Matthew's United Church, Feature
Joe Sealy’s Africville Stories inspires
A reworking of Sealy’s JUNO-winning recording Africville Suite (1996) sees the Order of Canada recipient sharing history and song.
By Tara Thorne
Tags: Music, Joe Sealy’s Africville Stories, Halifax Jazz Festival 2017, Halifax Jazz Fest, Halifax live music, Halifax music festivals, St. Matthew's United Church, Feature
Xara’s The Hours Turn to Nothing shows unity
Xara Choral Theatre’s collaboration with Ami McKay is set during the Halifax Explosion and tells the forgotten stories of women helping women.
By Adam Fiske
Tags: Music, Xara Choral Theatre, Ami McKay, St. Matthew’s United Church, Halifax music, St. Matthew's United Church, Feature, Video
Your Coast-approved guide to an awesome weekend
Naked girls reading, Craft Beer Week, a tribute to Prince and lots more Halifax fun.
By Lewis Rendell
Tags: Music, Sure Things, Live Music, Events, The Scene, Menz & Mollyz Bar, St. Matthew's United Church, Cunard Event Centre
Fatty Legs’ unbreakable spirit
A powerful performance presented by Xara Choral Theatre tells the story of a young Inuit girl.
By Kate Watson
Tags: Arts + Culture, Fatty Legs, St. Matthew's United Church, Xara Choral Theatre, Theatre, Video
Whale of a time
Said The Whale don’t fit into your box, man. Just ease into their undefinable sound this Friday.
Tags: Music, St. Matthew's United Church, Feature, Video
Pipe Dreams screening and live organ concert
Wed., Aug. 28, 7 p.m. 2019
Live and Let Live: a 2SLGBTQ+ AA meeting
Mon., July 22, 8-9 p.m. 2019
Wed., July 10, 8 p.m. 2019
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
What type of proof of vaccination do you need in Nova Scotia?
NS will require school and health care staff to be fully vaccinated
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”