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The wheels go ’round

Look who’s rolling into the North End. After 19 years at its current location on Quinpool Road, Cyclesmith is moving into the former NSLC building o Keep reading »

The team at Dash Hudson, from left, co-founder Tomek Niewiarowski, lead iOS engineer Shali Liu, and co-founder Thomas Rankin. Photo: Dash Hudson

Style

Dash Hudson to the rescue

A new made-in-Halifax app helps men shop for the best fashions with ease and efficiency Keep reading »

“I  have a very small space where I make my ice cream—about 400 square feet,” says Ditta Kasdan, owner of Dee Dees Ice Cream on Cornwallis Street. “I just got a larger machine that makes 15 litres at a time. My old machine made nine litres.” Photos: Submitted

Dining

The big scoop

The made-local trend hits ice cream, opening up a new world of flavours Keep reading »

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

Wine

A wine for all seasons

With crisp whites, rosé and even sangria, summer offers lighter choices for summer dishes. But don’t forget the red Keep reading »

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A little silver by the sea

Photo: Meghan Tansey Whitton

Without fail, my sense of style takes a turn for the casual over the summer. My wardrobe becomes less structured and more laid-back as the weather warms (sandals and loose dresses can be lived in oh-so happily for the summer duration). With this more carefree style comes a yearning for the delicate and dangling (jewellery, that is). So, I was pleased to hear about the latest summer collections from TORI.XO. I have been a long-standing fan of her distinctive skeleton key pendants for years now an … Read More »

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I don't think he says that people that move out west are negative. It's the people that keep "threatening" to move because something isn't going their way here.

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That could also be just empty rhetoric and I'm more concerned about the comments he makes in the final paragraph. He brands himself as a "positive" person with an underlying assumption that if you have a problem with him or disagree with him, you are a "negative" person. However, perhaps he's learned his lesson and we should give him the benefit of the doubt and let his constituents judge him. It certainly will make an interesting case study on how politicians approach social media.

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