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Thursday Jan­uary 4

DJ + Danc­ing

AU­DIO THER­APY THURS­DAYS

Re­flec­tions, $7/$9, 11pm

DJ IV W/ DJ OKAY TK

Vinyl Retro Dance Lounge DJ RANDY Monte’s OUTLANDISH THURS­DAYS W/DJ MASTER Menz PULL UP The Sea­horse, 10pm-2am SAFE HOUSE W/DJ KUZI AND DJ HENRY T Al­tere­gos, 8pm-12am Live Mu­sic

JAMIROKEITH The Lo­cal, free, 10pm

JEFF BONANG Staggers, 8pm LAND­ING SOUND

The Loose Can­non, free, 9pm-12am

MELLOTONES

Bearly’s, $7/$9, 10pm

SIG­NAL HILL Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax

Friday Jan­uary 5

Big Ticket Shows THE BOAR’S HEAD AND YULE

LOG FES­TI­VAL This Twelfth Night cel­e­bra­tion is a cen­turies-old Christ­mas tra­di­tion of theatre, mu­sic and dance that brings the me­dieval and the mod­ern to­gether in a spec­ta­cle for all ages. World-class per­form­ers from Ire­land and the U.S. join forces with lo­cal ta­lent to cre­ate an event that brings the Christ­mas sea­son to a re­sound­ing grand fi­nale. See Kevin Craw­ford, Paddy Keenan, Di­aga Ir­ish Dance, 78th High­landers (Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel) Pipe Band, Nick Hal­ley, Paul Hal­ley and Capella Re­galis Men & Boys choir bring me­dieval and mod­ern tra­di­tion to­gether in a spirit rang­ing from rev­er­ent to rowdy, sa­cred to sec­u­lar. All Saints Cathe­dral, 1330 Cathe­dral Lane, $25, Jan 5, 7:30pm; Jan 6, 4pm DJ + Danc­ing DAY­TIME DJ DANCE PARTY W/DJ FADZWA Al­tere­gos, 8am DIG­I­TAL LOVE: A DAFT PUNK PARTY

The Sea­horse, 10pm-2am DJ DXS Paci­fico

DJ RANDY Monte’s DJ TONY HAZE

The Bit­ter End, 10pm

FEEL GOOD FRIDAYS

Re­flec­tions, 10pm-3:30am

REGGAE NIGHT Hugo’s Live Mu­sic THE NOVA KNOTS

Red Stag Tav­ern, free, 8-10pm

PAUL LAMB

Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax, 5:30-8:30pm SHIRLEY JACK­SON AND HER GOOD ROCKIN’ DADDIES

Bearly’s, 10pm

SKIN & JONES

The Auc­tion House, 8-11pm

Saturday Jan­uary 6

Big Ticket Shows THE BOAR’S HEAD AND YULE LOG FES­TI­VAL All Saints Cathe­dral, 1330 Cathe­dral Lane, $25, 4pm

DJ + Danc­ing

DJ FROST AND XS 7 Red Stag Tav­ern, 10pm-1am

DJ RANDY Monte’s THE JAM The Sea­horse, 10pm-2am PINEO & LOEB

Paci­fico, $5, 11pm-2am Live Mu­sic

BAT­TLE OF THE BANDS 2018

The Pav­il­ion, 6-9:45pm

BRUCE AND JAY

Durty Nelly’s, 4-7pm BRYAN MCPHER­SON W/ PAUL BOUDREAU, SCOTT SACCARY Gus’, $10, 8pm-1am BUCK TINGLEY AND THE GALAXY FIVE-HUN­DREDS Bearly’s, 10pm THE HAR­BOUR KINGS

Staggers, free, 4-7pm JOE MUR­PHY & THE WA­TER STREET BLUES BAND

Your Fa­ther’s Mous­tache, 4-8pm

SKIN & JONES

The Auc­tion House, 8-11pm

SIG­NAL HILL Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax

Sunday Jan­uary 7

DJ + Danc­ing

DE­PRESSED DJ NIGHT Good Ro­bot Brew­ing Com­pany, 9pm-12am LIVE VIDEO MIX SHOW W/DJ SA­VORY Cheers Bar & Grill Live Mu­sic BLUES JAM Bearly’s, 8:30pm HAN HOSTS SONG­WRIT­ERS’ SHOW­CASE Gus’, 7-10pm JEFF GOODSPEED AND HIS UL­TI­MATE BAND OF SU­PER HE­ROES

Stayner’s Wharf, free, 5pm

RICK GAUTREAU Staggers, 4-7pm SUNDAY BLUES WITH BUCK TINGLEY & THE GALAXY 500’S

The Lo­cal, free, 3-7pm

SIG­NAL HILL Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax

Mon­day Jan­uary 8

DJ + Danc­ing

DJ TONY HAZE The Bit­ter End,

10pm MOOSE MON­DAYS W/DJ TOM FLEM­ING Toothy Moose, free

Live Mu­sic AMY LOU Bearly’s, 8pm DAVE MACISAAC & LOUIS BENOIT Old Tri­an­gle, 7:30-10:30pm LIVE MU­SIC MON­DAY W/PAUL LAMB The Auc­tion House, 9pm

12am ONE MAN SHOW Hal­i­fax Ale­house $ROCKIN’ 4 DOL­LAR$ The Sea­horse, $4, 10:30pm

Tues­day Jan­uary 9

Big Ticket Shows

TUTTI FLUTIE If you be­lieve that two’s bet­ter than one, this in­ner space con­cert will prove you right as flutists Paolo Bor­to­lussi and Jack Chen com­bine forces with Bar­bara Pritchard back­ing on pi­ano. Like all In­ner Space con­certs, this show is held in a pri­vate home so the ex­act ad­dress will be re­leased at the time of pur­chase. $20-$43, 7:30pm DJ + Danc­ing

ALL RE­QUEST W/DJ BILL KID­NEY

Staggers, free, 9pm AMA­TEUR DJ NIGHT Menz LIVE VIDEO MIX SHOW W/DJ SA­VORY Cheers Bar & Grill Live Mu­sic GOTTIJAM Menz, $3, 10:30pm SON LATINO The Lo­cal, 9pm-12am

TYLER AND SCOTT Durty Nelly’s,

9:30pm

Wednesday Jan­uary 10

Live Mu­sic

ACOUS­TIC WED­NES­DAYS Ga­han

House, 8pm BLUES NIGHT The Loose Can­non WEDNESDAY NIGHT JAZZ The

Lo­cal, 9pm-12am DODGE LEVATTE Durty Nelly’s OPEN SONG SHOW­CASE Stayner’s

Wharf, free, 8pm

LIVE JAZZ WITH WILLEM PAYN-

Thursday

Jan­uary 4

THE CUL­TURE OF BOLLYWOOD

Ro­hini Ban­ner­jee an­a­lyzes pop­u­lar Bollywood films at this talk while also giv­ing a primer on the com­mer­cial and cul­tural con­text of south Asian cin­ema. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 1pm

FEA­TURED DIREC­TOR SE­RIES: WES

AN­DER­SON’S RUSHMORE Ken­dra Barnes in­tro­duces this An­der­son flick that fol­lows a re­bel­lious teen’s at­tempts to woo a first grade teacher by build­ing an aquar­ium in her hon­our. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 6:30pm

WOMEN FOR MU­SIC SO­CI­ETY

MEET­ING Min­gle with fel­low mu­sic lovers at this so­cial fea­tur­ing tea, sweets and the stylings of Sym­phony Nova Sco­tia’s prin­ci­pal vi­ola player, Su­san Sayle. Mar­itime Con­ser­va­tory, 6199 Che­bucto Road, 1-3pm, free

WINE AND COLOUR­ING NIGHT The ul­ti­mate de-stress combo—a freshlyshaprend pen­cil crayon and a glass of vino—busts your stress away at this colour­ing and sip­ping ses­sion. Board Room Game Cafe Bed­ford, 936 Bed­ford High­way, 7-10pm

Friday

Jan­uary 5

FOOD AND FILM SCREEN­ING:

SPIR­ITED AWAY A screen­ing of the clas­sic Miyazaki flick with the­matic treats (think veg­e­tar­ian dumplings and cakes) helps NSCAD kids kick the term off right. No key card ac­cess? Text 902 233 5335 and ask for en­try to make sure you don’t miss the open­ing cred­its! NSCAD, 5163 Duke Street, 8-10:30pm

Saturday

Jan­uary 6

GALETTE DES ROIS EPIPHANY

CEL­E­BRA­TION A tra­di­tional cel­e­bra­tion of the end of the Christ­mas sea­son sees Al­liance Française and friends tuck into a hol­i­day cake with a hid­den trea­sure in­side. LF Bak­ery, 2063 Got­tin­gen Street, 6-8pm

INTRO TO ART THER­APY The Om Arts Foun­da­tion presents this free work­shop on how to in­cor­po­rate art into your self-care rou­tine. Reg­is­ter by email­ing theomhal­i­fax@gmail.com. 53 Port­land

Street, Dart­mouth, 2-3pm

Sunday

Jan­uary 7

BAL­LET FOR ADULT BE­GIN­NERS See

photo. Mar­itime Dance Academy, 117 Kear­ney Lake Road, 6-7pm

MEC RACE ONE It’s MEC’s first car­dio crush of the year and you’re in­vited to get in on the ac­tion with a five or 10 kilo­me­tre run/walk around scenic Point Pleas­ant. Don’t for­get your lay­ers! Point Pleas­ant Park, 5718 Point Pleas­ant Drive, 9-11am, $15

TAROT CARD READ­INGS Re­lax and sip suds while Bel­latarot an­swers all your press­ing ques­tions with some help from the di­vine. Ask the cards if you should have another one! Good Ro­bot Brew­ing Com­pany, 2736 Ro­bie Street, 4-6pm, $15

STEAMPUNK BOOK CLUB Get back to the fu­ture and bond with fel­low space nerds as you ex­am­ine the aes­thetic of In­dus­trial Revo­lu­tion-in­spired sci-fi while dis­cussing Stephen Bax­ter’s The Mar­tian

In The Wood. Alder­ney Gate Pub­lic Library, 60 Alder­ney Drive, 3-4:30pm

SPIRA CHOIR WIN­TER TERM OPEN

REHEARSAL The low-com­mit­ment com­mu­nity choir of 18 to 30-year-olds in­vites you to share a tune at this open prac­tice ses­sion, held in room 121. Dal­housie Arts Cen­tre, 6101 Univer­sity Av­enue, 6-8pm

Mon­day

Jan­uary 8

150 YEARS OF CANA­DIAN DI­NOSAURS AND MA­JOR FOSSILS See photo, right. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 7pm

THE RAD­I­CAL IMAG­I­NA­TION PROJECT

MOVIE NIGHT: BURN! An evil Mar­lon Brando stars in this 1800s-set flick fol­low­ing the ex­ploita­tion of slaves on a Por­tuguese sugar plan­ta­tion in the Caribbean. Af­ter the cred­its roll, a fa­cil­i­tated dis­cus­sion is held. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 6-8:30pm

Tues­day

Jan­uary 9

ART AND DEATH Marylin McKay dis­cusses the func­tion of fu­ner­ary art in a smat­ter­ing of cul­tures and time periods at this NSCAD-pre­sented talk. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 10am-12pm

DIS­NEY KARAOKE II Be our guest and bust out your favourite Dis­ney tunes at this night of beer, bal­lads and buds. Good Ro­bot Brew­ing Com­pany, 2736 Ro­bie Street, 9pm-12am

DIS­COVER THE WORLD OF WHISKEY

The first of a four-week se­ries that’ll have you feel­ing like Don Draper him­self, this ses­sion will in­tro­duce you to Scotch whiskey and ex­plain how to nose and taste var­i­ous kinds. The Port, 5485 Clyde Street, 7pm

Wednesday

Jan­uary 10

AFCOOP’S SCREENWRITERS’ CIR­CLE Join Brett Han­nam and John Davies for the Writ­ers’ Per­spec­tive, to dis­cuss screen­writ­ing struc­ture and con­ven­tions. Ev­ery­one is wel­come, all you need is a de­sire to write! Cof­fee is pro­vided and par­tic­i­pants are en­cour­aged to bring snacks. At­lantic Film­mak­ers Co­op­er­a­tive, Re­gal Build­ing, 5663 Corn­wal­lis Street, 6pm

CRIT NIGHT Artists in all stages of their ca­reers are wel­come to bring work (works in progress are en­cour­aged!) to re­ceive feed­back at this open meet­ing. Here’s the de­tails: CFAT will pro­vide a screen, pro­jec­tor, speak­ers and lap­top. Any­thing else re­quired for view­ing must be brought by the artist. All time-based works must be un­der 10 min­utes. Cen­tre for Art Tapes, 2238 Mait­land Street, 6-8pm

THE LONG WAY HOME WITH JOHN

DEMONT A read­ing and sign­ing ses­sion that sees au­thor John Demont share snip­pets of his tome on the history and cul­ture of Nova Sco­tia. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Library, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 7-8:30pm

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