The same guy called back and said that the Stones are now coming, just no one in Halifax knows it yet.
There is a furor, yes, a raging furor, on the internet right now over Blogger’s deletion of some music/mp3 blogs from their service. For those of you who don’t know, an mp3 blog posts a review of an album AND a song or two as mp3. Usually, the reputable blogs have permission, which marketing people are more than willing to give, because many of these blogs get hundreds of thousands of unique views. And the – read more –
I am going to start writing more regularly. The main reason why I have “time” to write is because I am now a happy member of the club that takes transit in Halifax. Marnie got a job in Burnside where public transit is next to impossible, where I work 100 metres from the Woodside ferry terminal, so I gallantly said “well I will take the bus!” Sure the new job involves a raise and stuff, – read more –
Jane Buss, wow, she takes no crap… “Halifaxâ€™s proposed new cultural plan suffered a stinging rebuke Tuesday from the head of the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia. It was part of a shaky unveiling at city hall of the comprehensive document, 10 months in the making. Regional councillors received a letter from federation executive director Jane Buss as they took their first serious look at a plan that calls for more art in public buildings, – read more –