Arts

David Clearwater works on the platform for his tea tray at Hands-On Halifax.

CarpentryHands up for Hands-on Halifax

Locals learn woodworking and leave with handmade gifts

Nov 14, 2016

In addition to his hosting duties, Murphy is also a publicist and multi-instrumentalist with his band, Quiet Parade.

Local MusicTrevor Murphy is on fire

The Halifax is Burning host explains his role in the Atlantic Canadian music scene

Nov 12, 2016

The novels shortlisted for the 2016 Scotiabank Giller Prize, including Madeleine Thien's winning Do Not Say We Have Nothing.

BooksHalifax readers gather for Giller announcement

'Fan favourite' Madeleine Thien wins the literary prize

Nov 8, 2016

Halifax Noise is like a social media tour guide: it curates photos, places and events from all over Halifax with one Instagram account.

Q&AWho is @halifaxnoise?

Kate Ross explains what it's like to be named Halifax's most popular Instagram account

Nov 8, 2016

Brenda and Campbell Bailey show off their specialty brews.

Craft marketChristmas comes early for Halifax Forum craft vendors

This year's Christmas at the Forum hosted 225 vendors and 300 booths

Nov 7, 2016

Dan Morash and Ryan Alex in costume at Hal-Con.

PhotosWhy were people in costumes four days after Halloween?

Meet the people behind the costumes at Hal-Con 2016

Nov 7, 2016

Organizer Gavin Quinn prepares for the Broken Deck Art Show outside of Elle's Bistro Friday Night.

Art Transforming broken skateboards into cash for a cause

'Be open-minded about the art that you see'

Oct 29, 2016

Woochang Kim presenting his final piece.

ARTNSCAD students present wearable art

Show a place for people to experiment with the body

Oct 29, 2016

Mariam Al-Nasrallah performs an untitled poem about shyness.

ArtSpoken word fills Halifax restaurant

'The most important part of this kind of event is listening'

Oct 28, 2016