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King's Breifs March 30, 2011

OPEN HOUSE By Natascia Lypny On Jan. 11 a group of male students toured a two-floor Preston Street property currently being leased by four third-year King’s students. So when Aaron Shenkman and Kait Wakefield returned to their home later that afternoon, they found their bedrooms technologically stripped, their laptops missing. “I had so many photos […]

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A letter from the editors

There is always something newsworthy

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Finding Providence

A band founded on fellowship falls apart. by Heather Ross – Feb. 17, 2011 For a while, they were huge—at least at King’s. In 2008, 10 first-year King’s students met up, found kinship through music, and formed New Providence. On their own, each member could play three instruments, but together they could fill a room […]

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Collect and Conquer

foodclothingshelter music collective takes over the Paragon. Words and photos by Lauren Naish – Feb. 16, 2011 If the founding members of the foodclothingshelter music collective had been planning to take over the east coast of Canada, the battle plans would have looked something like this: Step 1: Bring together a band of like-minded friends […]

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Arts & Culture Reviews

Review: The KTS's Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

Squeezing a university theatre company into a small space with awful acoustics is no easy task. So taken as a whole, it’s understandable that the sum of the show was perhaps not greater than its parts. That being said, its parts make for a damn-good, musically tight, well-rehearsed piece of theatre.

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The rapping dead

When I was asked to cover the filming of a new Buck 65 music video, I was stoked. When I was asked to dress up as a zombie for it, I was not.

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Two Snarks: a Fringe play excerpt

Scene: The office of the CEO. A snarky murmuring crescendo can be heard from offstage. Enter CEO, Soap Baroness, Patsy Lane, Jimmy Stewart, and Cary Grant]
Soap Baroness: Gentleman, please! Stop snarking and present your ad campaign!

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Whither the Bohemians?

Halifax’s so-called ‘starving artists’ find their home in the North End.

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What are the Chances

Jill Barber has an interesting relationship with fate. She’s not sure it exists, or how it works, but it’s a big influence on her music.

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Dapopo. Duh.

Garry Williams has just returned from the theatre company Dapopo Theatre’s trip to Berlin, where they took part in the prestigious FEZ-Berlin’s “Just Say It” festival.