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"I hold my weary soul in my teeth": A REVIEW OF THE DUCHESS OF MALFI, VILLAIN'S THEATRE

The kind of play I do NOT like, Gentle Reader, is the kind where the actors seem to be enjoying themselves more than the audience. You know which kind I mean? 282 more words

Sackville's James Sheppard is going to Broadway, dealt by San Jose to New York Rangers

James Sheppard is heading to the Big Apple.

The 26-year-old from Lower Sackville was dealt Sunday by the San Jose Sharks to the New York Rangers for a fourth-round pick in the 2016 NHL entry draft. 73 more words


Two arrested after shots fired at car, guns seized in Nova Scotia community: RCMP

Police say a man and a woman have been arrested after shots were fired at a car in a Nova Scotia community early Sunday.

The RCMP in Yarmouth County say they were called to a disturbance at a home in Springhaven around 1 a.m. 70 more words


February weather shattered records

MONTREAL – Between Ontario and Quebec deep freezes, the Maritime snowpocalypse, and British Columbia’s early spring, February was a month of extreme weather.

In general, temperatures across Quebec and southern Ontario were seven to nine degrees colder than the historic averages. 254 more words


Try something new for 30 days

As a journalism student in Halifax, N.S., my day-to-day is often erratic. Aside from the deadlines so distinct in the profession of journalism, the ebb and flow of being a student has created some unprecedented habits. 222 more words


On Morris Street

Up here above the noise
I am poised,

to hear the music of my street.
“Fuck you, you creep!”

a lady screams,
to a man who smells of Listerine. 72 more words


Defending the ban: City says despite clear weather, overnight parking restrictions needed

After eight nights of the overnight winter parking ban in a row despite mostly clear weather, the city is defending the move as the best way to let snow-clearing crews make headway on ice-packed streets. 247 more words