Pirates Gone wild, special tea and those “MicMac Rotary Blues”—weird and wonderful Halifax miscellany
Guest blogger Leanne Salyzyn is an insolvency counselor, licensed restructuring professional and trustee in bankruptcy. Post a comment or contact her on Twitter with your personal-finance questions. In today’s world, we need credit to buy the things we desire. Rarely do you hear someone buying a home, a car or paying for a vacation with… Read More»
Headliners for Halifax Pop Explosion are mostly from out of town, and that’s okay
Anyone can set up a crowd-funding campaign and be raising money in minutes, or so the story goes. Is it really that easy?
Your family is ordering takeout. You want pizza. Your spouse wants Chinese food. Your eldest daughter would like a hamburger. The next daughter wants pizza. Your son declines to eat at all. So, you tally the votes and do the only logical thing: you get pizza. Sure, 40 per cent of your family just made… Read More»
Live Art Dance productions is back for another season of contemporary dance, showcasing top talents from across the country. “It’s a bit of an unusual season for us,” says artistic director Paul Caskey. “There’s a lot more of a hip-hop flavour. We’re hoping to increase our presence with the under-35 crowd.” The season began on… Read More»
Discovering the joy of dining solo
Long cited as an example of downtown decline, is this street reclaiming its former glory?
She started her writing career by sharing her stories on the online platform Wattpad. Now the local writer is back to traditional publishing and writing books.
Modern-day craft shops are play cafés for artsy adults
It’s been 22 years since someone murdered the Halifax teen. Police still haven’t found her killer