November 2013

Building a Better Editor: Restarting

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I went to the gym on Tuesday and it felt like starting all over, like the first time I stepped into GoodLife Park Lane 12 months and 47 pounds ago. It shouldn’t feel that way. When I started my get-fit challenge, the goal was to lose 40 pounds by Canada Day. Working out (in team training… Read More»

Good music for a good cause

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Tonight, Halifax’s music community is coming together to support Scott Jones. Gottingen Street for Scott Jones will take over the Marquee Ballroom, the Company House, the Bus Stop Theatre, Alteregos, Menz Bar and Plan B for a night of music and performance with artists including Rich Aucoin, Paper Lions, Erin Costelo, Rouge Fatale, Quake Matthews, Heather Green, Bill Wood… Read More»

Well-Kept

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One of the latest boutiques to open in downtown Dartmouth is Kept Gifts & Housewares. It’s full of creative Christmas gift ideas with an emphasis on providing locally made goods.

Fall into fashion

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Halifax Magazine asks local fashion experts about fashion, the season’s best and worst trends, and style they’d love to see in the city. This is the second in a two-part series.

50 more things

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Halifax Magazine editor Trevor J. Adams and writer Sarah Sawler discuss the November 2013 cover story.

Trendsetter: Fateh Ahmed

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His first passion was music and music composition. Working in film allows him to keep the connection to that early passion.

Home is where the heart is

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With his New Scotland Studio, Dartmouth singer/songwriter Joel Plaskett makes his mark in the city he loves

Limited Edition LDM

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This past Saturday evening, designer Lisa Drader-Murphy celebrated the opening of her latest boutique LDM in Historic Properties.

Doctor’s visit

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Hal-Con, Halifax’s fast-growing sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming convention, boasts a big line-up this year.