Marnie and I had a great night out at Nocturne in Halifax October 16, 2010. These are some pictures I took with our $79 HP camera, ISO 400, no flash, usually balanced on a stable fixed object as the shutter would hang open for 2-3-4 seconds.
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–
So, what is a good enough library, what does that look like? Obviously, the idea of a great library with all conceivable bells and whistles is something most people find attractive. Let’s make this personal. If someone offers you a Lexus, free of charge, to replace your current car, you’ed probably take it, even if your insurance was higher. But –more–
Right now many Haligonians are afraid for the future of the heart of our city. “Barrington Street looks like a war zone!” some cry. “No new commercial buildings of note in two decade!” proclaim others. “There is not enough parking!” say still others. There was even less parking than usual on Friday night, rather, there was fear, anger, miss-communication, and –more–