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Journey toward truth

It was the summer of '77, a frail 74-year-old man by the name of Henry Cordle was murdered in his room at the YMCA in...

Same old venue growing stale

A modest house on Reid Street pulsed with music. Jacketless kids infested the narrow porch, bumming cigarettes and mumbling about humanity and fashionable hair...

Halifax band is disco punk

Like a Motorcycle knows how to party. Recently, the Halifax disco punk trio was invited to wail out on The Candy show, a Nova Scotia...

Everything a woman needs to know

The Richard J. Currie Center experienced some serious girl power this weekend. At 9:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday cars were flooding into the UNB gates...

Vegetarians can dine too

Bowls of cold water shrimp, glossy baby back ribs and beef gnocchi hand rolled with mushroom arugula are just a few of the drool...

Hard times in the Maritimes

A New Brunswick tale dealing with the clash between urban and rural will be docking at the Black Box Theatre. Theatre New Brunswick is premiering...
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