I was pleased to note that if you type in “Halifax world class” in Google, the 9th web page noted is the article I wrote about Halifax’s obsession with big falutin’ megaprojects. Thank you to everyone linking to this site!
vkngs, a/v, the Stolen Minks, Jonny Stevens, Hip Club Groove, Scribbler, David Myles, Sleep to Dream, The Grass, The Superfantastics, Buck 65, Ruth Minnikin, Classified, and Windom Earle, Destroy Hope, Orchids Curse, The Switch, Cuban Assassins, The Establishment, Brent Randall, Their Majesties, Down With The Butterfly, Rebekah Higgs, Great Plains, Sleepless Nights, Jon McKiel, and Laura Peek. These bands are –more–
I grew up a navy brat, fed a steady diet of Napoleonic War era novels like Hornblower, Aubrey Maturin, and Sharpe. But I also grew up reading Canadian novels from another era, the Battle of the Atlantic. Hal Lawrence’s Bloody War and James Lamb Corvette Navy are two books that capture the experience of a colony becoming a nation, a token force –more–
When worlds collide…. here is a section from an article about the debate on Halifax Locals about what do about stupid Jared Taylor coming to Halifax… Mixed-race couples kissing, rather than masked hecklers, might greet controversial American speaker Jared Taylor when he visits Halifax next week. Mr. Taylor, who calls himself a “race realist,” was shouted down and manhandled out –more–