I have to correct a mistake in Jon Tattrie’s Contributor bio on page nine of the June issue of Halifax Magazine—and it’s my mistake, not Jon’s. In referring to his new book, The Hermit of Africville, the bio cites the wrong publisher. It’s actually published by Pottersfield Press. We regret the error.
April 13 to May 30 Neptune’s most ambitious show of the season—an actor will “fly” on its stage for the first time. The cast includes 22 actors, with Halifax native Blair Irwin starring as Wendy. Neptune Theatre, 429-7070, www.neptunetheatre.com
April 13 to May 30 Neptune Theatre on Argyle Street wraps up its season with anambitious production of Peter Pan. An actor will “fly” on the stage for the first time. The cast of 22 includes Halifax native Blair Irwin, starring as Wendy.
The British singer and songwriter, best known for his evocative hit “Babylon,” finally comes to Halifax. Halifax Metro Centre, 451-1221, www.ticketatlantic.com
Chewy, flabby, hot and smoky—how do these words describe wine?
Fusion Halifax, a networking group for young professionals in the city, recently announced an innovative new mentoring program, built around a pay-it-forward concept. Led by Fusion’s People Factor Action Team, the program matches young people with established leaders. Several big names have already signed on, including Stephen Lund, Alexa McDonough, Robert Orr and Paul Kent as mentors. Through eight-month partnerships, …
Sometimes when you’re looking for a book, you have an objective in mind.
With a rich, diverse new album, Thom Swift stakes a reputation as one of Canada’s top musical talents
Halifax has a long canoeing history but the city’s never seen anything quite like this Hawaiian sport
A key record of Nova Scotia’s history is now easily available to the public, thanks to a new project from the Nova Scotia Archives. The Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers project features over 19,000 pages from 16 different newspapers around the province. Archivists electronically scanned original copies of 16 different titles, dating from 1769 to 1991. “Digitizing these pages makes them …