Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Mouthful of Birds at King’s College

Theatre students at The University of King’s College are taking on a tough play. It’s A Mouthful of Birds, by British playwright, Caryl Churchill. One of the the issues it tackles head-on, is alcoholism. Advertisements

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‘Tweens on Walking and Texting

We don’t often hear from kids ages 9-12. So I went to Shearwater NS, and asked the Cadets their opinion on people who walk and text. Originally aired on The ‘Fax as part of the weekly segment ‘Tween the Lines

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CNIB technology

New technology is making a huge difference in the lives of persons with vision loss. For instance, there’s an innovative computer program that allows people with vision loss to use their computers and cell phones just like sighted people.

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Flying Yoga in Halifax

Have you ever heard of Acro Yoga? or flying yoga? Neither had we. So I went to see what happens when yogis lift off the yoga mat.    

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HalCon 2011

Superman. Mario. People dressed in spandex spouting reference jokes and lines from Buffy. It isn’t Halloween. It’s Hal-Con. Fans of sci-fi, fantasy, videogames, comics and much, much more gathered at the Halifax Comic Convention every year. This event packed workshops, … Continue reading

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Nova Scotia Desinger Craft Fair 2011

They had pottery. They had handmade soaps, bowls, hats, and shoes. There was chocolate, chutneys, jams. I got the chance to meet the makers…  

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A personal ‘rant’ on teens sexting

It used to be baseball cards. Then marbles, then pokemon cards. Now, teens are trading something much different. Pictures of themselves. Naked. But the legal consequences of teens sexting teens is not what you’d expect. I spoke spoke to some … Continue reading

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