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Outsider Insight Art Project Contest

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Post a comment below telling us who your favourite Halifax artist is for a chance to win a framed photo by Gavin Quinn from the Outsider Insight art project. (Limit one entry per account). We’ll draw a winner on August 1, 2015. For more about Quinn and the project, surf here.

Jason Rose-Spurrell entertains crowds as alter ego Rouge Fatale, but also aims to educate people about the art of being a drag queen. 
Photo: Bruce Murray/VisionFire. 
Art direction: Suzanne Rent.

Reigning diva

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Jason Rose-Spurrell entertains crowds as his alter ego, Rouge Fatale. But he and other drag queens hope to educate people about the art form, too

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Confronting their demons

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Halifax Protestant Orphanage survivors return to the building and face their past

Halifax Seaport Beerfest. Photo: Steve Jess

Best summer ever!

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The Bard, the beer, music, art, sports and SO MUCH MORE—our 50 favourite things to see and do in Halifax this summer

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Keeping the athletes in the Pan American Games

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Editor’s Note: Kyle Mackay is a reporter with The Enfield Weekly Press/The Laker, which (like Halifax Magazine) is owned by Advocate Printing & Publishing. Toronto hosts the 2015 Pan American Games from July 10 to 26 and Brad Ferguson, a chiropractor with ProTX in Elmsdale will be on Team Canada’s medical staff doing his part to help the home side get the gold. “I’ve… Read More»

Photo: Steve Smith/VisionFire

The human connection

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For former TV host Starr Dobson, working to help those with mental illness is all about the people

Twiggy the dachshund with her human life partner Jessy Lacourciere. Photo: Bruce Murray/VisionFire.

Pet projects

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Halifax now has its first 24-hour veterinarian clinic, part of a wave of businesses and municipal services focusing more on pet owners

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It still takes a village

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A program for new parents heads to the Internet, but critics says parenting classes are best taught offline and in the community

Photos: Patrick Healey/Enfield Weekly Press

Play another round

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Back for its second year, the Nova Scotia Open looks to build on a strong inaugural golf event