"Having everyone up to date provides the best festival for everyone," said Adam Reid, Pride's long standing Executive Director as he listed the plans as they stand at the end of February.
Halifax • 2021-01-26
Two studies of great importance to the LGBTQI2S seniors communities will be conducted during 2021:
The film Entropic tells the story of an introverted man asked to help the most beautiful person he knows find freedom from the burden of others’ desires.
Happiest Season is cozy, fun and heart-warming romantic comedy that celebrates the universal theme of being true to yourself… with a fabulous amount of holiday sparkle added in. The film allows us to “see the forest for the (Christmas) trees”
Facebook group for discussion of NS LGBT Archves & History
Unconventional Daughters is the story of an atypical Nova Scotian family inextricably linked through adoption, deception, sibling rivalries, mental health issues, personal triumphs, and battles — set against a backdrop of tumultuous times in early 20th century Canada and Sweden.
Newfoundland queer author Tony Brathwaite and artist David McConkey have collaborated to produce an art 'zine, ''dancing in the undertow."
A travel piece, to remind you that there was a time before we were stuck at home — and to make you think about what you’re going to do after.
Halifax-based travel writer Bruce Bishop has curated a perfectly queer visit to Key West for Wayves readers — we’ll have another travel piece by Bruce in early January.
Publisher Dan MacKay • Halifax - 2020-11-17
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