Hosts Eric Leclerc and Sarah Plowman come to you from Argyle Fine Art in Downtown Halifax. They, and The ‘Fax’s reporters bring you stories from all over the HRM, including:
Wallis Snowdon takes us to the Art Galley Of Nova Scotia to talk about how it is dealing with the recent financial crunch
Jon Linds meets up with a young artist who deals with her decision to have an abortion, and paints about it.
Lucy Scholey goes to the premiere of a locally produced food documentary, called
“Feast or Famine”
Ariane Guerin talks about the launch of a new literary magazine, called “The Philistine”
Chris Muise talks about how the closing of a downtown music store is an example of how things in the industry are changing.
Alan Hale shows up at city hall to talk about a recently failed attempt for tax reform.
Julia Cook takes a jaunt around Dalplex to see why patrons have to pay to use part of the gym.
We check out a new exhibit at the Discovery Centre that takes Lego to new heights (and roads, and traintracks…)
Dalia Lourenco follows two twins who are on their way to Vancouver in a busted-up old jalopy they bought for $500.
Also, while at Argyle Fine Art, we speak with Evgenia Makogon, an artist who is designing personalised valentines.
And finally, we say goodbye to Son Pham, a young Vietnamese boy who came to Nova Scotia for surgery, but is leaving with fond memories and friends.