Maybe I should update this more often. In addition to Boost Ventilator, I know Ron Foley and, get this, the good people at the World Trade and Convention Centre (you know them from the Rolling Stones concert in Halifax) are reading this blog. Shout out to all you all.
ACT 1 – Setting the Stage Despite the usual mid-summer media doldrums there was still a lot of coverage of HRM By-Law trying to shut down Caribbean Twist. The new, black owned, busy and delicious Caribbean Twist restaurant at 3081 Gottingen Street had been told that they had to close because the building was “not zoned for a restaurant.” This is how it was presented by media but being a nerd, I know there is – read more –
Better said than most, certainly sums up what I have been thinking, I turn this space over to Laura Penny and her article from the Herald. I LIVE ON Argyle Street, between two of Halifax’s most talked-about vacant lots. The new central library and the proposed convention centre may be a few short blocks away from one another, but they represent very different ideas about the role of government. The library serves hundreds of thousands – read more –
My commute to work – ferry, 7:22 AM, just before dawn, heading from Halifax to Woodside. PS – Marnie has a Palm that records in HD, I have a Samsung Vice that records in lofi. 🙂