Beer cover story preview

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Coming soon: The Halifax Magazine Beer Guide! Inside you’ll find a profile of Spindrift Brewing Co.’s Kellye Robertson, a preview of brews to try this fall, and our guide to local beer. Watch for it on newsstands September 1.

Consistency and quality at Edna Restaurant

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I’ve lived in the same neighborhood since moving to Halifax, and Edna has been there just down the block for about the same amount of time. For the 3 years and some months that this cheerful spot has been on the corner of Gottingen and Portland streets it has made it’s mark. In 2014 it made… Read More»

Advocate expands with commercial printing purchase

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Atlantic Canada’s largest independent printing company, Advocate Printing and Publishing Company Ltd., grew even larger today with the purchase of most of Transcontinental Inc.’s Dartmouth-based commercial printing business. After two years of negotiations, the deal, announced in Halifax this afternoon, acquires Transcontinental’s sales and client services team, who are moving to Advocate’s Burnside office, along… Read More»

Young inventor

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A family vacation inspired Rachel Brouwer to create a water-filtration system and help others in the developing world

Gallery: The story behind the story

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Read Katie Ingram’s story from our July issue about North from Nova Scotia, a temporary exhibit at the Maritime of Museum of the Atlantic focusing on how NovaScotia connects to the Arctic

Adult recess

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The Halifax Sport and Social Club Provides a league of your own… whoever you are

Cityscene: Scotia Speedworld

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Om May 28 and 29, massive vehicles, mud, and pyrotechnics took over Scotia Speedworld. Halifax Magazine was there.

The Pitch: Grace Street Mission

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Grace Street Mission offers help in recovery, court attendance, access to anger management programming, job and housing support, and more

The story behind the story

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Learn how the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic puts together a temporary exhibit

Visiting Battery Park

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On a rainy Sunday eve, the crowd at Battery Park beer bar in downtown Dartmouth is sparse, but you get the impression the guest are from the neighbourhood; they look relaxed, like they have sat on those stools before. It’s my fourth time visiting Battery Park, and the only time I haven’t seen it packed.… Read More»