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Posts from the ‘Arts & Culture’ Category

Maritime artists address environmental issues

This story first appeared in The Coast on June 11, 2009:

Laura Burke, Carla Gunn and Emily Vey Duke discuss their varying approaches to art and the environment. Read more

True Crime

This story first appeared in The Coast on Nov 13, 2008:

A Halifax film crew is trailed while shooting a cybercrime doc. It’s no surprise to hacker mafiaboy. Read more

Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine

This story first appeared in The Coast on Sept 24, 2008:

Naomi Klein argues that right-wing ideologues create and use moments of crisis to advance a regressive agenda.
By Chris Benjamin

It starts with a violent coup by dictatorAugusto Pinochet September 11, 1973. The Chicago Boys, a gang of Chilean economists trained by free market guru Milton Friedman, are uncannily prepared with a manifesto of economic policy, “The Brick.” It lands heavy on the left-leaning populace, inducing a state of shock. Read more

Africville art marks the spot

This story first appeared in The Coast on Sept 4, 2008:

Dal students and community leaders mark the doomed African Canadian community with signposts and structures. Read more