Carl Philippe Gionet performs in Halifax after sensational European tour.

Cecilia Concerts presents the openly gay Acadian pianist Carl Philippe Gionet's Farewell to the Sonata Sunday October 30, 2016 at 2:00pm in the Lilian Piercey Concert Hall, 6199 Chebucto Road. Gionet is an award-winning soloist who will present two of the most important works for piano: Schubert’s poetic and serene Sonata in G major, D894, and Beethoven’s heroic and poignant Sonata in C minor Opus 111.


Farewell LGBT Owned Eastern Shore Campground

photo of campground & logoHALIFAX - 2016-10-20 - By Wayves Staff

The lesbian couple who have run Spry Bay Campground since 2010 are hanging up their axe and tent poles. Today, Danielle & Avelene posted:

With mixed emotions; we’re writing these words to let you know that Spry Bay Campground is sold effective October 21st, 2016.


Pride AGM - From A "[not so] straight, old, white guy"

posted by Wayves volunteer 2016-10-12

By Malcolm Norton

October 7, 2016

I attended the Pride AGM and I have a very different view from most of the posts I have read. The one article duplicated and published by every media outlet from CBC to C.H. to Metro and the admittedly biased report published on the Halifax Examiner do not tell the whole story.


The Coup at the Pride Meeting

" “#StraightWhitePride Wins Again”

The short version of what happened at the Halifax Pride Society’s AGM is that cisgendered straight people organized to vote down motions by LGBTQ+ people, leading to the walkout of most of the BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Colour) community and many members of the Queer and Trans community."

- El Jones


Queer Acts 2017: Oct 3 Deadline Fast Approching for Submissions!

"Several weeks back, I also posted the call for submissions to the 2017 festival. Until October 3rd, Queer Acts is seeking submissions of live performance with queer themes and content. Comedy, drama, professional, emerging, cabaret, musical theatre, puppetry, clown, multimedia, storytelling, and stand-up are all welcome."


"How Do I Love Thee?" Premieres in Halifax Sept 30!

"In How Do I Love Thee?, Florence Gibson Macdonald has created a rich and passionate love story that arcs the role that addiction plays in artistic expression and inspiration. Focusing on a fictionalized retelling of the whirlwind romance between poets Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barratt-Browning, Gibson folds humour, hope, and passion into this love story about two driven artists. At its core, it is a play about love in all of its forms."


Fringe Mini Reviews: Stood Up & Tunnel of Love

"[Adam Myatt] reminds me a bit of Woody Allen circa 'Annie Hall' in how he nurtures his neuroses, but Allen on qualudes. ... Oddly, it's probably be the perfect show for a first date!" ... "Kevin Hartford's queer credentials are rock solid. However in Tunnel of Love  he's taking a stab at hetero rom com, or is he?  Is there such a genre as existential, romantic comedy?"


Some Queer Offerings at Atlantic Fringe Festival

Scrolling through the program of the Atlantic Fringe Festival, only a handful of shows that are specifically LGBTQ-related. If one looks a little deeper one will find several plays written ny queer artists or featuring queer performances. As we approach the final weekend, Wayves to highlight the shows we know about. If you're a Fringe artist and you identfy as LGBTQ, and we've missed your show. please let us know, and we'll expand the list!


Wayves Talks to Openly Gay By-Election Candidate Rod Wilson

I’m running is because I think the stars have aligned and we have a real opportunity for change. We’ve got a federal and provincial government that are talking to each other. The Conservatives would never meet with the provinces on health care or anything else. Nobody was communicating. Now there’s been a shift in municipal government towards housing, I feel there’s an amazing opportunity in the next two to four years, If we don’t maximize that opportunity who knows when it’s going to come around again, when all three governments can align on health care, housing, and transportation.


Jim Bain Obituary "He was a great big, gentle Bear." We'll miss him.

"In 1999, ... Jim wrote Wayves a precise and robustly logical letter telling us to pull up our socks, produce a decent publication, and act more like a business. He soon convinced Wayves that we needed him, designed his own job, set his own pay scale, and begun putting the magazine in the black, every month, for almost fifteen years, until we stopped print publication. Jim worked tirelessly  to maintain the magazine on a solid financial footing, making it an essentialresource for the LGBT community in Atlantic Canada. Jim was a fierce advocate for the LGBT Community. In addition to his work for Wayves, in the 1990s, he served on the Board of Directors of the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia and was involved in MAC Leather."





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