The Oxford theatre will soon close
By Rebecca Dingwell and Allison Saunders
Getting portraits done for the Khyber
By Rebecca Dingwell
Meet Dartmouth's MasterChef runner-up, Andy Hay
With love (and beer), from Halifax
After being featured at the Seaport Cider & BeerFest, the Maine Beer Box will head home packing Canadian brews.
Tags: Visit Halifax, beer, Seaport Cider & BeerFest, craft beer, Halifax craft beer, Halifax beer, Economic Development, Cunard Event Centre, Drink
Halifax’s Dyke and Trans March goes beyond capitalism with a fun rainbow
A community-organized alternative to corporate Pride is equal parts glitter and bitter
Tags: City, Pride 2019, City
A guide to perfect patio beverages that are ABB: anything but beer
Who needs hops?
Tags: Visit Halifax, drinks, patios, cocktails, picnics, Hot Summer Guide, Propeller Brewing Company, Sourwood Cider, Benjamin Bridge Vineyards, Spindrift Brewing Co., Chain Yard Urban Cidery and Unchained Kitchen, Bishop's Cellar, Rockhead Wine + Beer Market, Hot Summer Guide, Propeller Brewing Company, Halifax
100+ patios to simmer on this summer
Who is gonna be, who will be the first to kiss—under the patio lanterns?
By Morgan Mullin and Rebecca Dingwell
Tags: Visit Halifax, patios, bars, drinks, Hot Summer Guide
Telling Holly’s Bartlett’s story, again
The docuseries What Happened to Holly Bartlett challenges the police narrative of a Halifax woman who died nine years ago.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Holly Bartlett, Tim Bousquet, What Happened to Holly Bartlett, AMI Media, Film + TV
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
14 rules that relax in Phase 4 of NS reopening
Timeline of Nova Scotia’s 2021 reopening plan
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Full election results for Halifax and Nova Scotia as Conservatives gain Liberal ground
By Lyndsay Armstrong
That post about a rash of “abductions” downtown is distracting misinformation
By Victoria Walton
CBC’s “lust, legacy and lobster” show Moonshine stays true to Nova Scotia
By Chris Stoodley
By Isabel Buckmaster