WATCH: Stories on Parade of Lights, Sportsplex, Halifax Explosion
This week's episode is produced by students in the video workshop
November 22, 2017, 2:02 pm ASTLast Updated: November 22, 2017, 11:19 pm
Ross Andersen and Karli Zschogner hosted this week’s episode of The Signal, broadcasting from the Dalhousie Art Gallery.
Bethanee Diamond got an exclusive tour of the construction happening at Dartmouth Sportsplex. This multimillion-dollar project will give a new face to a landmark across the bridge.
Sonia Koshy learned how cooking is connecting cultures with the Fifty-Fifty project. She checked out a cooking workshop that joins local Haligonian women and those from away.
Capoeira is a Brazilian tradition that combines song, dance, and martial arts. It’s alive and well in Halifax, and Ross Andersen went to a class to see what it’s all about.
A local designer recently put on a fashion show, showcasing pieces inspired by her recent diagnosis with PTSD. Lothian Taylor talked to her and learned what this fashion show means to her.
Silas Brown checked out an interactive art walk in Halifax, which uses an app to take users around important landmarks related to the Halifax Explosion.
A Nobel Peace Prize winner was in town last weekend for the Halifax International Security Forum. In Karli Zschogner’s piece, she learns about her story and her connection with journalism and Yemen.
Yuqian Li captured the sights and sounds at The Chronicle Herald’s Parade of Lights last weekend. She got to check out the hard work that goes into creating the floats.