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  • LISTEN TO THIS: DK and Ghettosocks deliver golden-age hip hop vibes with "Reflections"
    by Morgan Mullin on August 16, 2019 at 8:06 pm

    A blue sky, dotted with cumulus clouds, spins lazily by overhead, as if you’re out for a summer drive with your best friends—or you suddenly found your arms were replaced by wings and you needed to test ‘em out. Ghettosocks (real name Darren Pyper), the venerable Halifax MC, comes into view, towering over the frame. […]

  • Halifax artist Séamus Gallagher wins national 1st Art! competition
    by Morgan Mullin on August 16, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    With a practice that encompasses photography, performance and building virtual reality realms, Séamus Gallagher is on the experimental edge of art in both form and content. (Their work is informed by their generation's climate anxiety and the need to “create personal spaces” as a non-binary person). […]

  • Pour yourself a hot cup of weekend with these Sure Things
    by Morgan Mullin on August 15, 2019 at 7:55 pm

    From the overflowing talent at DCAF to a new Africville retrospective to the torn-up punk tunes of Like A Motorcycle, here's what you should be texting the squad about this weekend. Dartmouth Comic Arts Festival Saturday, Sunday Grab a hot cup of DCAF as the two-day celebration of comics, cartoonists and crafts returns to Alderney Landing. […]

  • The Centre For Art Tapes is at the centre of it all
    by Morgan Mullin on August 15, 2019 at 4:00 am

    As the artist-run centre celebrates four decades, it continues to be a flexible, fluid space for creation. The Centre for Art Tapes' 40th Birthday Aug 15, 7-10pm Art Bar + Projects, 1873 Granville Street, fr […]

  • The results of The Coast's first Halifax Renters' Survey
    by Caora McKenna on August 15, 2019 at 4:00 am

    How readers feel about living in apartments, sharing space with roommates (and pests) and trying to get by in what's officially a landlord's market. Over 500 readers took our inaugural renters' survey to tell us what life is like as a renter in Halifax. The results were grim, with housing affordability out for reach for over half of respondents, people paying more than initially budgeted and spending more than eight weeks looking for new apartments. […]

  • Apartment hunting in Halifax is the worst
    by Chantal Caissie on August 15, 2019 at 4:00 am

    After 14 failed applications, a move off the peninsula and a broken fridge, how one renter became a buyer. When I moved to Halifax in 2007, the first apartment I went to see was a $750 bachelor in the south end with no windows. […]

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