Pirates Gone wild, special tea and those “MicMac Rotary Blues”—weird and wonderful Halifax miscellany
Gerard Murphy wanted to sail with his family—he ended up reshaping Halifax’s waterfront
Entrepreneur Alicia Melanson opens the first blow-dry bar in Atlantic Canada paying homage to beauty parlour culture
Three years ago they opened their retail shop, 31 Westgate, on Agricola Street. They offer design services to clients around the world.
A strong player in Halifax’s emerging vegan scene, Wild Leek chef Kirsten Taggart is redefining vegan cuisine with made-from-scratch comfort food
For a long time, you smell smoke in your house. Unsettling acrid whiffs suggest something is amiss. Sometimes you try to ignore it. Other times you can’t help but notice and worry. Finally, you decide to investigate. You bring in an expert. He spends ages poking around your house, talking with your family, exploring nooks… Read More»
Halifax long-time mayor muses on life after politics…and doesn’t quite rule out a comeback
Aging buildings, tricky sidewalks and building owners slow to remove barriers—how can Halifax become a more accessible city?
Vicky Mina is a makeup artist but her job isn’t about makeup—it’s about making people feel beautiful
Forget the stereotypes—single-malt isn’t the best way to discover scotch whisky
Halifax has a long history of hard drinking, which hasn’t changed even as people become warier about the effects of binge drinking