NEWFOUNDLAND is talking tough with the oil companies that want to develop the provinceâ€™s offshore oil and gas potential, and that is raising the eyebrows of some in Nova Scotia who are wondering if it is having an impact on how the province is viewed by the energy sector.
Short bullet posts seem order of the day today. * I am amused how many dear old friends are suddenly on myspace… when Ben and I created our personal and HPX pages everyone was younger than Ben, and he was 23 at the time. Then slowly the core mid to late twenty set of volunteers and coordinators all registered, then nine or ten months ago, people in their 30s started showing up. Now pretty much – read more –
So this week I got a press release inviting me to come the launch of the Nova Scotia Culture Action Network or NS CAN. It made me sad. At this point, my proposal to create a cultural federation of federations and industry organizations, something that represents the whole sector but is member driven, is at a standstill. I am just not interested in continuing to work to convince people to do the obvious. It is – read more –
I got a cold call from a guy in Indiana who wants to invest in entertainment properties in Halifax. He was googling Halifax and my article on the Vogue came up. I also know from this site’s stats that people searching Halifax, Culture, Nova Scotia Arts Council, Vogue Theatre, and Jack Bonaparte have all found this site, which is averaging an amazing 350 unique visitors a month. Amazing given the total lack of time I – read more –