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Let’s talk about the Cornwallis statue—again

Halifax councillors are quick to get on-board when the topic is donairs, but when it comes to questionable statues they say the past is best left there Keep reading »


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Green Goodness Smoothie Bowl, or a cure for the common hangover

I have no problem eating vegetables but some of you, like parents tricking children, need to find a way to hide your leafy greens in your diet. This Keep reading »

Matt Dunlop, left, and Mark Gray are two of the team members behind Battery Park on Ochterloney Street in Dartmouth. Here they stand in front of the bar with its 15 taps for craft brew and more.


Dartmouth’s Battery Park artfully combines craft beer and local cuisine

A craft brewer and a restaurateur team up to create a bar that artfully combines beer and food Keep reading »

Danny co-owns Innovative Beverages, is an importer of fine wines and is a CAPSAC-certified sommelier. Photo: Tammy Fancy


Forget the bad rep—it’s time to reconsider Chardonnay

Chardonnay earned its bad rep in the 1990s, but a new generation of producers are crafting bottles that deserve respect Keep reading »

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My life behind the welfare wall

Hi there, Oh yes the soccer field we went to once where a bunch of teens were smoking dope and drinking.Yeah I would want to play tennis on Bayer's Road you might as well say. There is no greensapce there at all. They just got the walking trail up and running when we left. We hated Fairview so much. We could not wait to leave. We moved there with an open mind but it was awful. We lived there exactly one year to the day.The only good thing I can say about Fairview is that the older Fairview-ites are nice people. The younger ones, not so much. Also, there are some good restaurants like Saj House, Fung Wah, Yummy Deli and Freeman's. What crime did we see from our glass box overlooking Giant Tiger you ask? Well, the first day we lived there we saw a gang of guys haul a guy out of the car at the bottom of Rosedale and proceed to beat him. Welcome to Fairview LOL! We saw a SWAT team take down 4 guys who had stolen guns on the next street over. I saw a mother with a 4 year old girl openly selling drugs in our parking lot Fistfights were common most weekends on Dutch Village People smoking crack by the dumpsters by Giant Tiger Impaired driver being arrested A man and woman in a fistfight A bloody guy crawling along Dutch Village as my wife and daughter were out for a walk A guy hitting another guy over the head with a bat or pipe Ambulances non-stop. And cops. My wife said to the superintendant once "Must be a lot of Seniors living up on Frederik. The ambulance is always going up." He replied - "Those people won't live to be seniors..the ambulances are going to O.Ds" These are just a few of the incidents we saw. There are tons more. I hope it does improve.

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