Sewing circle

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Patch Halifax is a go-to haunt for experienced and novice sewers alike

What’s in a name?

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Amidst exciting new developments, we explore the rich histories of some of the downtown’s most iconic buildings

Curing the violence

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CeaseFire Halifax connects with the community and looks to eliminate gun violence

Back to their roots

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Influential Halifax rockers Sloan get back to basics with a bold new album

Halifax’s next chapter

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An urban-design success, a public-performance space and an architectural achievement—Halifax’s new library is one of the city’s most important developments in decades

Best foot forward

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John Ingram has built a lifelong love of shoes into a thriving downtown shop

A slice of heaven

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Pairing wine and pizza is harder than you’d think—but Halifax Magazine makes it easier

The Pitch: Parker Street Food & Furniture Bank

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In this section, we invite non-profit groups working to make Halifax a better place to share their stories. Know a worthy candidate? Email tadams@metroguide.ca. Established 31 years ago to help provide food to low-income families in Halifax, Parker Street Food Bank is now the largest independent food bank in Nova Scotia. In 2013 Parker Street… Read More»

Design for a good cause

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People in the magazine business don’t spend a lot of time pondering how to fill the restless hours. There’s always a lot to do, and precious little time in which to do it. So when magazine people take on an extra-credit project, you know it’s something that means a lot to them. That’s certainly the… Read More»

By the bootstraps

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More Nova Scotians are realizing that building their own businesses could be the key to economic security