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Martha Gallagher

Everyone says that young professionals are abandoning Nova Scotia for an “out west” adventure. While that may be true for some, we’re here as proof that if you plant some roots in Nova Scotia, you’ll never want to leave. Having both ventured to the city of Halifax for graduate studies, we ended up having classes together - and the rest, as they say, is history. This history has been comprised of lots of “research” (both experiential and otherwise) on the topic of music and entertainment in Halifax. Our blog posts feature our interest in the local music scene, as well as the best places to be entertained in Halifax - whether that means listening to a live band, dancing in a club, or gathering for drinks with friends.

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Top 5 LATE NIGHT eats in Halifax

If you’ve ever watched the show ‘How I Met Your Mother,’ you’ll remember Ted Moseby reflecting on the words of his mother: ‘nothing good happens after 2am.’ While we’ve probably all had a moment where we should have just called it a night and gone to bed… when it comes to tracking down a snack after hours, I have no

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17 events NOT to miss in 2017!

I know we just got the busy holiday season wrapped up, but if you’re itching to fill in that new calendar you just received, here are some 2017 events coming up that you don’t want to miss. 1: January – Discovery Centre opening The Discovery Centre has been a fixture on Barrington Street, but during 2016 it bid the address

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5 things you can do for under $5 in HALIFAX!

After the endless parties, dinners and gifts of the holiday season, it’s always nice to be a little kinder to our bank accounts in the beginning of the New Year. That doesn’t mean you still can’t get out, explore the city and have a good time. Here’s a list of five things you can do for under $5 in Halifax:

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Halifax waterfront lamp posts

What is the story behind the Halifax boardwalk lampposts?!

While the list of places to love in Halifax is certainly long, the waterfront will always be close to the top. In the summer the boardwalk is busy with tourists and locals, and you can’t help but feel caught up in the excitement and energy. It’s a great place to catch a cool breeze and a snack or drink from

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