The origin of the delightful donair

Donairs, we either love them or hate them. For me, I belong to the former. In the current issue of Halifax Magazine, I have a story which looks at just how the beloved donair came to be. Oddly enough, my inspiration for the story dates back almost nine years. At…

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What to do with the NSLC?

Earlier today, I made my radio debut and appeared as a guest on News 95.7’s Maritime Morning Weekend Edition to talk about a story of mine that is in the current issue of Halifax Magazine. The story largely focuses on the NSLC and what the different political parties in Nova…

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A follow-up about HRM secrecy

In March 2011, I had a story in Halifax Magazine about HRM’s penchant for secrecy. The timing for the story couldn’t have been better because within days of its publication, news of the HRM concert scandal broke. (In a curious coincidence, I had filed the story about five months before…

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The story behind my donair story

In the current issue of Halifax Magazine, I have a few stories in there, including one about Nova Scotia’s most beloved (and despised) food offering: the donair. (I fall into the category of somebody who loves them.) The story is titled “Halifax’s tastiest export” and it talks about a donair/pizza…

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Now eating humble pie

Back when it was announced the NFL season would be a go, I wrote a post talking about how my beloved 49ers were looking at another year of mediocrity because of the lack of moves they were making in the preseason. How wrong was I. Fast forward to the present…

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