Looking for a simple yet creative way to let someone know you care? Local business Cookie Cravings delivers delicious cookies by bicycle with a personal touch
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 on Agricola. The new shop will contain about 3,500 square feet of retail space as well as a large storage area in the basement. Cyclesmith will occupy 60 per cent… Read More»
District 13 Councillor (Hammonds Plains-St. Margarets) Matt Whitman is wearing a button that says “Yes” in five languages. As I walk into the Train Station Bike & Bean coffee shop, a favourite local café, he’s Tweeting a photo. An avid social media user (about 9,000 Facebook friends and approaching the 10,000 tweet mark), Whitman takes… Read More»
Halifax’s urban core is surrounded by a wealth of protected areas, thanks to progressive legislation by the province. Will our city government go further, stall, or reverse wildlands protection?
Summer festivals are a good time, but how important are they really to Halifax?
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,… Read More»
McNab’s Island—a green gem in the heart of the city, inaccessible to most Haligonians
From cooking to high drama, there’s a rich variety of East Coast lit to explore this summer
Jordan Reyno doesn’t want his older brother to leave, but it would be selfish to ask him to stay. When the two brothers, a year apart, were small, Tyler Reyno built spaceships out of Lego. Tyler first dreamed of leaving earth at age eight. Now 21, he is willing to leave his parents, his close… Read More»
How do you drum up business for a convention centre that is going to be a work-in-progress for years to come?