I installed a modern, widget aware theme on the site. Some tweaks coming, but overall, pretty happy. For the time being the neighbourhood map is borked but I will work on that this weekend.
Note: This article was published in the September 25, 2006 issue of the Chronicle Herald on the Op/Ed page. As the mud on the North Common slowly dries under the warm fall sun, you can hear the whirling sound of government, industry and media spinning rapidly and heartily. They spin to ensure that the only message heard after the Rolling Stones –more–
Yesterday Bill Casey, Nova Scotiaâ€™s most senior Tory MP, demonstrated a remarkable amount of guts by voting against his governmentâ€™s own budget. As a result he is likely to be ejected from the government caucus today. The government has been spinning madly the last few days leading up to the vote, arguing that they are implementing “new phase” of the –more–
Let’s just lay the cards on the table. My family is not a normal family. We are NOT strange like AdamS family strange, nor are we scary like Manson family strange. But we are different. I work in the music business, Marnie works at the alternative weekly, Rhett has been going to punk rock gigs since he was nine, Emma –more–