Posts by Arts & Culture

For the love of all that is vinyl

By Anfernee Duncombe, Arts Contributor • October 19, 2014

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Getting prepped for the Pop Explosion’s record fair

Since 1993, the Halifax Pop Explosion has been bringing mind-blowing concerts, hilarious comedy shows and other special …

Graphomaniacs unite!

By Paola Tolentino, Arts Contributor • October 19, 2014

Graphomaniacs unite!

Halifax’s zine scene’s biggest event

The Halifax Pop Explosion is October’s biggest arts and culture event. It’s not just about music, though. Alongside four days …

Scouring the depths of CKDU Radio

By Meagan Wiederman and Noah Kapsales, Arts Contributors • October 19, 2014

Scouring the depths of CKDU Radio

Tuning in and zoning out

Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014: The metal box reads 20:42.
Certainly some disaster has fallen on the world. The shiny metal …

The Robie Corner Saga

By Sarah Estrin, Opinions Contributor • October 19, 2014

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The arrival of Robie St. Station and the legacy of an intersection
Long gone are the days of the black and red that once graced …

Q&A with the Grawood trivia mastermind

By Alexandra Florent, Poetry Contributor • October 10, 2014

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The Student Union Building (SUB) offers incredible entertainment every Wednesday night at the Grawood. Not only is it wing night, but from 9 p.m. …

Logging a complaint: Halifax’s No. 1 Problem

By William Coney, Letter writer • October 10, 2014

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A look at (the lack of ) public washrooms around Halifax
Guess how many easily accessible public washrooms there are in the downtown (I’m defining …

DIY filmmaking in Halifax

By Paola Tolentino, Arts Contributor • October 10, 2014

(Photo by Paola Tolentino)

Learn how to commit those daydreams to the screen

“[People] often see filmmaking as something glamorous, a creative outlet that they are finally getting to …

Spirit on the streets

By Elizabeth Whitten, Arts Contributor • October 10, 2014

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Sisters in Spirit march to honour missing Aboriginal women
Despite the rain and wind, a crowd gathered at the Grand Parade this Saturday for the …

Changing our Little Blue Dot

By Elizabeth Whitten, Arts Contributor • October 3, 2014

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Jenn Grant and David Suzuki took to the Rebecca Cohn to tackle Canada’s environmental rights
David Suzuki is on the road again. This time it’s …

Reviews from the depths of the Arts Desk

By Alexandra Florent, Poetry Contributor • October 3, 2014

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The Gazette pans for gold through years of accumulated CDs
Greg Rekus – Greg Rekus Demo
An acoustic, alternative, folk and punk artist, Greg Rekus has …