So the first date was an easy 9/10. Sushi, espresso, red wine, chess, snooker, more wine, Netflix, Sinatra & Wilco records, staying up talking until 6 a.m. – the only thing that could have brought this up to an even 10 was if there was a Jays game included. How would the second date compare? …
Custom versus corporate.
So you’ve decided to become a vegetarian – now what?
Nova Scotia’s post-secondary students banded together for the Day of Action on Feb. 2, 2011 to protest rising tuition fees. But what about the students who decided not to go? Rebecca Spence and Jordana Levine report.
Elliot Scott writes, directs, acts and produces kung fu films. He’s putting the spotlight on Asian pop culture in Halifax. Bonus Videos: Interviews with the cast of “Blood Fight” Blake Zwicker has been an actor for about fifteen years, and his role as “Mark the Mob Boss” in Elliot Scott’s Blood Fight is one of …
This week on the ‘fax: Canada confronts its past anti-Semitism. A school bus that walks! And the North End’s annual music festival hopes to bring Halifax out of hibernation. Hosted by Erin Brohman and Jordana Levine
Shoes, bags, belts, and dresses. You name it – David Figueroa probably has it. Bonus Video: David Figueroa talks to Rebecca Spence about how Vagabond Vintage got started, why he decided to make it his full time job, and his plans for the future.
First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes… desert? Bonus video: How to make a dummy wedding cake Shauna Austin is the owner of City Girl Cakes in Dartmouth, NS. She showed Rebecca Spence how to put together a dummy wedding cake out of Styrofoam and fondant.
Hosted by Rebecca Spence & Gwyneth Dunsford.
The Canadian Federation of Students is teaming with students from NSCAD to get ready for the annual province-wide protest against rising tuition fees.