2203 Gottingen Street
Three decades of wear-withal
The anniversary of the student-run Wearable Art Show proves there’s more to fashion than getting dressed.
By Morgan Mullin
Tags: Arts + Culture, NSCAD, The Bus Stop Theatre, Visual Art
Hair love for Halifax
Halifax’s braiding and natural-haircare community sets the record straight on the art, science and history of braids
By Feleshia Chandler
Tags: Shoptalk, braids, natural-haircare, Unity Hair & Esthetics, The Bus Stop Theatre
The Handmade Film Collective proves DIY does it better
A screening of analogue flicks that shows how personal going to the movies can be.
By Josefa Cameron
Tags: Arts + Culture, AFCOOP, Handmade Film Collective, The Bus Stop Theatre, Film + TV
Angel Bat Dawid soars
Chicago’s new free-jazz star shines in Halifax on Saturday, Jan 25.
By Chris Stoodley
Tags: Music, Angel Bat Dawid, NAT Chantel, music, OBEY Convention, EVERYSEEKER, The Bus Stop Theatre, Feature, Video
Gabrielle Papillon wants to see you Shout
The singer-songwriter’s latest release—an art-pop opus—aims to be an anthem anthology for these trying times.
By Jade Nauss
Tags: Music, Gabrielle Papillon, Gianna Lauren, The Bus Stop Theatre, Feature
A halloween-y take on Hamlet means something is rotting in the state of Denmark.
By Andrea McGuire
Tags: Arts + Culture, Villain’s Theatre, Colleen MacIsaac, Dan Bray, The Bus Stop Theatre, Culture
To a T.
T. Thomason’s new album is a map of his future and a blueprint of modern pop.
Tags: Music, The Bus Stop Theatre, Feature
T. Roy’s Building 17: A Conspiracy In One Act draws the ugly face of the military industrial complex
The first-time playwright’s one-person show was inspired by meeting survivors of conflict.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Fringe, Fringe Festival, Fringe 2019, Theatre, The Bus Stop Theatre, Theatre
Whale Song Theatre presents a look at historical American criminals, with songs by Stephen Sondheim.
By Tara Thorne
Tags: Arts + Culture, Assassins, Whale Song Theatre, Stephen Sondheim, an Gilmore, The Bus Stop Theatre, Theatre
The Children’s cross-generational climates
Lucy Kirkwood’s environmental thriller views climate change through the lens of three retired nuclear engineers.
By Maggie Rahr
Tags: Arts + Culture, Keep Good Theatre Company, The Children, Laura Vingoe-Cram, Martha Irving, Lee J. Campbell, Mary Vingoe, Mauralea Austin, Lucy Kirkwood, The Bus Stop Theatre, Theatre
Seadogs Sauna and Spa
Megan Leslie's Community Office
Office of MP Megan Leslie
The Gottingen Street Market
Every Brilliant Thing
Nov. 5-10, 8 p.m. and Sun., Nov. 10, 2 p.m. 2019
Nov. 5-10, 8 p.m. 2019
Oct. 24-27, 8 p.m. and Oct. 26-27, 2 p.m. 2019
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