25 for 25: episode 2014

It's the Khyber, forever, with Emily Davidson, and comic superstar Kate Leth shares her strange adventures.



Emily Davidson, noted friend of the Khyber, joins us to talk about her group's efforts to save 1588 Barrington Street from indifferent city staff who wanted the historic arts incubator sold off as surplus back in 2014.

Then, writer and artist Kate Leth calls in from Califonia to reminisce on her strange adventure from local illustrator to comic book superhero.

Plus, HALIFAX buys itself a bold brand, the new library finally opens, NSCAD gets a fountain of money (but loses a micro-gallery) and something called the Ivany report is released. Ever heard of it?


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