Halifaxmag.com, November/December 2016: More must-try beers

Talking and writing about beer is a blast. To build on the success of the Halifax Magazine Beer Guide, I kept writing recommended beer lists using my own knowledge (and delicious research) as well as interviewing brewers across the province for their recommendation. Must try beers: Breakfast beers – Ditch the Bloody Caesar and brunch with [...]

By | December 2nd, 2016|Halifax Magazine, Magazine, Online|0 Comments

HalifaxMag.com, October 6, 2016: A new home for the North End Community Health Centre

This story is an update to “Pay now or pay later: the North End Community Health Centre dilemma.” After months of waiting to learn what action if any the province will take to help the North End Community Heath Centre with its crumbling building, the answer is finally in: the centre will move in 2017. [...]

By | October 6th, 2016|Halifax Magazine, Magazine, Online|0 Comments

Halifaxmag.com, June 2016: Slow ride: The wait for affordable bus passes is almost over

Bylaw U-100 unanimously passed its second reading today, meaning Halifax will soon start the low income transit pass pilot project first proposed in 2013. A 2014 staff report described a six-month pilot program offering 500 passes available for $39 each, which is in line with similar programs in other cities. Participants would be HRM residents [...]

By | June 17th, 2016|Halifax Magazine, Online|0 Comments

Halifaxmag.com, May 2016: Kyle Jackson named Canadian Museum of Immigration artist in residence

As  most of her passengers slept in their berths, RMS Empress of Ireland collided with another ship in the fog on May 29, 1914. The ocean liner sunk in just 15 minutes, taking with it 1,012 of the 1,477 passengers and crew aboard. Though it’s Canada’s largest peacetime maritime accident, many people are unaware of [...]

By | May 6th, 2016|Halifax Magazine, Magazine, Online|0 Comments

Halifaxmag.com, April 2016: Playwright Michael Melski debuts Creepy and Little Manson with Eastern Front Theatre

Photo: Kim Hart Macneill Playwright and director Michael Melski  is back on the stage in Halifax this week with his latest work Creepy and Little Manson. The play explores the real-life relationship between Charles Manson and legendary gangster Alvin "Creepy" Karpis. The two formed a relationship over guitar lessons during Manson's second stint in jail, before the [...]

By | March 31st, 2016|Halifax Magazine, Magazine, Online|0 Comments