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Thurs­day

April 5

DJ + Danc­ing

AU­DIO THER­APY THURS­DAYS Re­flec­tions, $7/$9, 11pm DJ IV W/ DJ OKAY TK Vinyl DJ RANDY Monte’s DJ MAS­TER Menz THE VINYL FLYTRAP Al­tere­gos

Cafe, 7-10pm Live Mu­sic ANN DENNY Le Bistro, free, 6-9pm DARK ROCK FEAT. SHADOW OF EVER­EST, ONLY VULTURES LEFT, HOSTIS Gus’, $6, 10pm FRISKY BISCUIT Hal­i­fax Ale­house JAMIROKEITH The Lo­cal, 10pm JEFF BONANG Stag­gers, 8pm LACEWOOD Stayner’s Wharf, 8pm LEONA BURKEY Celtic Cor­ner MCGINTY The Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax MUCK AND BARK Bearly’s RICHARD & GOR­DON Old Tri­an­gle SON OF DAVE The Car­leton, $12/$15, 9pm-12am SPRING SWINGS WITH STRINGS FEAT. REGINA CARTER Sir James Dunn The­atre, $15/$10, 7:30pm

TRIS­TAN LEGG Split Crow Pub WASH­ING MA­CHINE AL­BUM RE­LEASE SHOW W/BOOJI BOYS, SUR­VEIL­LANCE, VA­LERIE

Read more on pg 15.

The Sea­horse, $7, 9pm-1am

Fri­day

April 6

Big Ticket Shows

VIDEO GAMES LIVE

See photo. Re­becca Cohn, 6101 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, Apr 6-8

Mu­sic

DJ + Danc­ing

BIG GAY DANCE PARTY Menz, 11pm-2am DJ DXS Paci­fico DJ RANDY Monte’s

DJ TONY HAZE The Bit­ter End,

10pm

REGGAE NIGHT Hugo’s Live Mu­sic BROTHERS AL­BUM RE­LEASE SHOW W/T. THOM­SON, FLOODLAND The Car­leton, $10, 10pm-1:30am ELISE BESLER Le Bistro, 7-10pm FRISKY BISCUIT Hal­i­fax Ale­house KITCHEN PARTY WITH BREN­NAN MAC­DON­ALD Tim­ber Lounge,

7pm MCGINTY The Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax MIKE LLOYD Old Tri­an­gle, 5pm MONKEYJUNK The Sea­horse, $8,

10pm THE NOVA KNOTS Red Stag RED HOT CHILLI PEP­PERS AND GREEN DAY TRIB­UTE Snig­gily

Wig­gily’s, $10, 10pm RICHARD & GOR­DON Old Tri­an­gle ROWDY DOW Celtic Cor­ner, 9pm SEV­ER­ANCE W/LASTCALLCHERNOBYL, AIKIA Gus’, 10pm-2am THE­SIS SAHIB W/MYS­TERY GUESTS Rad­storm, $5/PWYC,

7-11pm

SPRING INTO SUM­MER SHOW St. Luke’s United Church, PWYC, 7pm

TRIS­TAN LEGG & THE MAD DOGS

Split Crow Pub

UR­BAN SURF KINGS Bearly’s,

10pm

Satur­day

April 7

Big Ticket Shows

VIDEO GAMES LIVE See photo. Re­becca Cohn Au­di­to­rium, 6101 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, Apr 6-8 DJ + Danc­ing

DJ FROST AND XS 7 Red Stag Tav­ern, 10pm-1am DJ RANDY Monte’s THE JAM: 4OUR YEARS STRONG The Sea­horse PINEO & LOEB Paci­fico, 11pm Live Mu­sic

BRUCE AND JAY Durty Nelly’s,

4-7pm BUCK TINGLEY AND THE GAL­AXY FIVE HUN­DREDS

Bearly’s, 10pm

DAVE GOYETCHE Old Tri­an­gle,

5pm ELISE BESLER Le Bistro, 7-10pm FRISKY BISCUIT Hal­i­fax Ale­house THE IN CROWD Bearly’s, 4:30pm JOE MUR­PHY & THE WA­TER STREET BLUES BAND Your Fa­ther’s Mous­tache, 4-8pm MARK RAVEN & THE HARBOR KINGS Stag­gers, 3-7pm MCGINTY The Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax THE MELLOTONES Mic Mac Am­a­teur Aquatic Club, 9pm-12am PRETTY NOR­MAL W/VA­LERIE, BEACH BAIT Gus’, 9:30pm

1:30am RICHARD & GOR­DON Old Tri­an­gle ROWDY DOW Celtic Cor­ner, 9pm TRIS­TAN LEGG & THE MAD DOGS

Split Crow Pub

Sun­day

April 8

Big Ticket Shows RED PI­ANO: JEANNE AMIÈLE AND SI­MON

LARIVIÈRE Called a “true orches­tra with four hands,” this pi­ano duo takes you on a sonic tour through Tsarist-era Rus­sia, play­ing pieces by Tchaikovsky, Rach­mani­noff and more. Mar­itime Con­ser­va­tory, 6199 Che­bucto Road, $10-$30, 7pm VIDEO GAMES LIVE See photo. Re­becca Cohn Au­di­to­rium, 6101 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, Apr 6-8 DJ + Danc­ing LIVE VIDEO MIX SHOW W/DJ SAVORY Cheers Bar & Grill Live Mu­sic ALLIE BEN­NETT Old Tri­an­gle, 7pm BLUES JAM Bearly’s, 8:30pm BRAIN ITCH W/WILMA, CUTIE

Rad­storm, $5/PWYC, 2-6pm

FIDDLES & FISH W/BRAD REID

Celtic Cor­ner, 5-7pm JEFF GOODSPEED AND HIS UL­TI­MATE BAND OF SU­PER HE­ROES

Stayner’s Wharf, free, 5pm MEL’S MAT­INÉE (A BEN­E­FIT FOR THE BRAIN IN­JURY ASSN. OF NS) W/MEL FARRIMOND, ANN FEARON, LEONA BURKEY, IAN SHERWOOD The Car­leton, 2-5pm RICK GAUTREAU Stag­gers, 4-7pm SATORI Split Crow Pub, 9pm-12am SHAWNA CASPI 18 Wild­wood Boule­vard, Dart­mouth, $20, 2pm SUN­DAY BLUES WITH BUCK TINGLEY & THE GAL­AXY 500’S

The Lo­cal, free, 3-7pm SUN­DAY CEILIDH WITH SHAN­NON QUINN Durty Nelly’s

Mon­day

April 9

DJ + Danc­ing DJ TONY HAZE The Bit­ter End MOOSE MON­DAYS W/DJ TOM FLEM­ING Toothy Moose, free

Live Mu­sic DAVE MACISAAC & LOUIS BENOIT Old Tri­an­gle, free, 7:3010:30pm

MU­SIC MON­DAYS: PAUL LAMB

The Auc­tion House, free, 9pm12am

MOR­GAN DAVIS Bearly’s,

free, 8pm ONE MAN SHOW Hal­i­fax Ale­house $ROCKIN’ 4 DOL­LAR$

The Sea­horse, $4, 10:30pm

SCOTT N’THE ROCKS

Stayner’s Wharf, 8pm

TEN MILE HOUSE The Lower Deck,

Hal­i­fax

Tues­day

April 10

DJ + Danc­ing

ALL RE­QUEST W/DJ BILL KID­NEY

Stag­gers, free, 9pm AM­A­TEUR DJ NIGHT W/DJ MAS­TER Menz LIVE VIDEO MIX SHOW W/DJ SAVORY Cheers Bar & Grill Live Mu­sic

GAR­RETT MA­SON Bearly’s,

8:30pm GOTTIJAM Menz, $3, 10:30pm NEW MU­SIC TUES­DAY Snig­gily

Wig­gily’s, 8:30pm

RYAN RIDE­OUT

Stayner’s Wharf, 7pm

TEN MILE HOUSE

The Lower Deck, Hal­i­fax

TYLER AND SCOTT

Durty Nelly’s, 9:30pm

Wed­nes­day

April 11

Big Ticket Shows

BYRNE AND KELLY What be­gan as Celtic Thun­der’s Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly per­form­ing a se­ries of shows to­gether called ‘Acous­tic By Can­dle­light’ back in 2012 has turned into what is now known as Byrne and Kelly: Fresh Celtic mu­sic blended with amer­i­cana and driven by strong har­monies. Alder­ney Land­ing The­atre, 2 Ochter­loney Street, Dart­mouth, $51.50, 7:30pm Live Mu­sic

ACOUS­TIC WED­NES­DAYS

Ga­han House, 8pm BLUES NIGHT FEAT. JOE MUR­PHY AND BRAD CON­RAD

The Loose Can­non, 9pm

BRO­KEN BRIDGES Split Crow Pub,

8:30-11pm BIG TURNIPS WEEKLY RES­I­DENCY WITH MARK MACMIL­LAN AND DAVID BRAD­SHAW Gus’, PWYC,

9pm JAZZ NIGHT W/THE EVAN MA­HANEY TRIO The Watch That Ends The Night, 7-10pm WED­NES­DAY NIGHT JAZZ W/DAMIEN MOYNIHAN, SILVIO PUPO, RON­ALD HYNES The Lo­cal,

9pm-12am

DODGE LEVATTE

Durty Nelly’s, free, 8pm ROWDY DOW Old Tri­an­gle, 8pm

TEN MILE HOUSE The Lower Deck,

Hal­i­fax

Thurs­day

April 5

ESS STU­DENT SHOW­CASE: YOUTH

LEAD­ING CHANGE High­lights from projects, in­tern­ships and hon­ours the­ses are dis­cussed. On­daatje Hall, Mar­ion McCain Build­ing, Dal­housie Uni­ver­sity, 6135 Uni­ver­sity, 7pm, free

HAL­I­FAX JAG­MEET & GREET The NDP’s leader hosts a ca­sual meet and greet sesh. Dal­housie Stu­dent Union, McInnes Room, 6136 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, 7-9pm

LEARN TO SCREEN PRINT Learn how to screen print—from set­ting up your art­work to cre­at­ing a print sta­tion in your home—with Ge­or­dan Moore from the Quar­rel­some Yeti and Nick Greeno from Back­stage Print­ing at this ma­te­ri­als-in­cluded course. 6:30-9:30pm,

$110/$135

NOAM GERSHONY Noam Gershony’s life sounds like the sort of epic true story that one day we’ll watch in the­atres while scarf­ing down pop­corn. Un­til then, catch the Is­raeli he­li­copter crash sur­vivor who be­came a par­a­lympic gold medal­ist as he gives a free talk in the build­ing’s The­atre B. Sir Charles Tup­per Build­ing, 5850 Col­lege Street, 5pm

SOUTH HOUSE AGM Join this rad gen­der jus­tice crew as they dis­cuss fu­ture plans—and how you can get in­volved—at their An­nual Gen­eral Meet­ing. Dal­housie Stu­dent Union Build­ing, 6136 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, 5-8pm

STARRY NIGHTS AND PO­ETRY MAPS

Chris Young guides you around the gal­axy as the Hal­i­fax Plan­e­tar­ium daz­zles you with its lights. Dal­housie Uni­ver­sity, Sir James Dunn Build­ing, 6310 Coburg Road, 7:15pm, $5 WOMEN FOR MU­SIC SO­CI­ETY MEET­ING WITH VANESSA LIND­SAY-BOTTEN A sweet monthly so­cial fea­tur­ing tea and spe­cial guest Vanessa Lind­say-Botten, a singer, multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist and founder/di­rec­tor of You Gotta Sing! Cho­rus. Mar­itime Con­ser­va­tory, 6199 Che­bucto Road, 1-3pm

Fri­day

April 6

THE BOUNTY SPRING POP-UP

KICKOFF See photo. Lost & Found, 2383 Agri­cola Street, April 6-13

HAL­I­FAX MOOSEHEADS PRES­I­DENT

CUP PLAY­OFFS ROUND TWO Things con­tinue to heat up in the Pres­i­dent Cup Play­offs as the Mooseheads bring a stacked lineup to these sec­on­dround matches. Fol­low­ing a 4-1 se­ries vic­tory over Baie-Comeau, we’re feel­ing con­fi­dent in Hal­i­fax’s odds as they face off against the Char­lot­te­town Is­lan­ders. Read more on page 8. Sco­tia­bank Cen­tre, 5284 Duke Street, 7pm; Apr 7, 7pm

OUT­SIDE IN SCREEN­ING This Car­bon Arc flick fol­lows 38-year-old Chris— granted an early pa­role af­ter serv­ing 20 years for es­sen­tially be­ing in the wrong place at the wrong time—as he strug­gles with nav­i­gat­ing the out­side world. Read Tara Thorne’s re­view on page 15. Car­bon Arc Cin­ema, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 7pm

Satur­day

April 7

APSEA BRIDGE AND LUN­CHEON

SO­CIAL Head to the APSEA Cen­tre, 5940 South Street, for this lunch and so­cial that fea­tures door prizes, raf­fles and bridge—all while rais­ing funds for youth who are deaf, hard of hear­ing, blind or vis­ually im­paired. 1-3:30pm

CAL­I­FOR­NIA WINE TAST­ING Get your palate prepped for the Easter Seal’s Cal­i­for­nia Wine Fair with this swill­ing ses­sion that’ll act as a crash course in what the golden state’s grapes have to of­fer. The Port, 5485 Clyde Street, 4-6pm, $15

CONTRAS AND RE­LATED DANCES

Evan­gel­i­cal Lutheran Church of the Res­ur­rec­tion, 2096 Wind­sor Street, 7:30pm, $10 HAL­I­FAX MOOSEHEADS PRES­I­DENT CUP PLAY­OFFS

ROUND TWO Things con­tinue to heat up in the Pres­i­dent Cup Play­offs as the Mooseheads bring a stacked lineup to these sec­ond-round matches. Fol­low­ing a 4-1 se­ries vic­tory over Baie-Comeau, we’re feel­ing con­fi­dent in Hal­i­fax’s odds as they face off against the Char­lot­te­town Is­lan­ders. Sco­tia­bank Cen­tre, 5284 Duke Street, 7pm

Sun­day

April 8

BYOBB (BRING YOUR OWN BABY) TO

CHAIN YARD CIDER New par­ents can re­cover from the lack of sleep with a

brunch aimed at fam­i­lies that fea­tures cider, cock­tails and wine for the adults and movies with head­phones, a kids menu and colour­ing packs for lit­tle ones. Chain Yard Ur­ban Cidery and Un­chained Kitchen, 2606 Agri­cola Street, 11am-3:30pm

COUN­TRY DANC­ING WORK­SHOP

Wanna learn how to two-step with the best of ‘em? This class has you cov­ered, teach­ing the ba­sics of bar-style coun­try dance so you’ll be spin­ning and dip­ping in no time. No ex­pe­ri­ence or part­ners re­quired. DANS­pace, 1531 Grafton Street, 7:30pm, $8

EQ­UITY WATCH RALLY A rally in sup­port of work­places free from ha­rass­ment, bul­ly­ing and dis­crim­i­na­tion, hosted by Eq­uity Watch. DANS­pace, 1531 Grafton Street, 12:15pm

HFX BEV­ER­AGE EXPO 2018 If

you’ve been stick­ing to your Dryuary res­o­lu­tions for a few ex­tra months—or if you’re just a fan of non-al­co­holic sips like cof­fee and kom­bucha—get to this cel­e­bra­tion of var­i­ous east coast bevvie op­tions. Dal­housie Stu­dent Union Build­ing, 6136 Uni­ver­sity Av­enue, 9am-7pm HAL­I­FAX HUR­RI­CANES AT­LANTIC DIVI­SION SEMI­FI­NAL The Hal­i­fax Hur­ri­canes Bas­ket­ball Club is de­fend­ing its crown as the NBL Canada At­lantic Divi­sion Cham­pi­ons, fac­ing off in the semi­fi­nal games against the Is­land Storm. Sco­tia­bank Cen­tre, 5284 Duke Street, 2pm

JULIE WAG­NER’S OPEN STU­DIO Take a peek at artist-in-res­i­dence Julie Wag­ner’s work-in-progress in­stal­la­tion of ce­ramic, hand­made shells and ocean-in­spired pieces at these open stu­dio ses­sions. Nova Sco­tia Cen­tre For Craft and De­sign, 1096 Mar­ginal Road, 11am-3pm

Mon­day

April 9

AQUATIC IN­VA­SIVE SPECIES IN NS:

ARE THEY SPREAD­ING DIS­EASE? Dr. Ste­wart-Clark dis­cusses how, in the past decade, Nova Sco­tia has be­come a hot zone for aquatic species in­va­sions—and how these in­va­sive species carry micro­organ­isms with them that may im­pact lo­cal species. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 7-8:30pm

OPEN HEART FORGERY IS­SUE

LAUNCH Cel­e­brate the April is­sue of the monthly po­etry mag and hear verses from some of Haifax’s con­tem­po­rary po­ets at this launch party.

Hal­i­fax City Hall, 5:30-8:30pm

SICKBOT LIVE The pop­u­lar pod­cast re­turns for a live tap­ing ses­sion as three best friends share open and un­fil­tered con­ver­sa­tions about what it’s like to be sick. Good Robot Brew­ing Com­pany, 2736 Ro­bie Street, 8pm, $20

Tues­day

April 10

THE BIG SING The Big Sing is a bi­weekly, drop-in singing event with Jack Ben­net, Ge­orge Wood­house and YOU! This week, the group tack­les Phil Collins’ “Against All Odds.” Gus’, 2605 Agri­cola Street, Every other Tues­day, 7-9pm, $5 ETHICS IN THE EVENING: WHAT DO ETH­I­CAL BANK­ING AND FI­NANC­ING LOOK LIKE? Head to the Pres­i­dent’s Lodge, At­lantic School of The­ol­ogy Cam­pus, for this fire­side chat on what eth­i­cal bank­ing and fi­nanc­ing choices you may have. Reg­is­ter by email­ing ad­min@ccepa. ca or call­ing 902-428-1416. 6:30pm NSLC BORDEAUX WEEK TAST­ING SES­SION A sold-out swill­ing sesh that gets at­ten­dees fa­mil­iar with the great­est grapes in France’s Bordeaux re­gion.

The Port, 5485 Clyde Street, 7-8:30pm

STAGES FES­TI­VAL LAUNCH PARTY See what the STAGES The­atre Fest—a fest all about show­ing works at var­i­ous points of devel­op­ment—has in store for 2018 at this launch party. Bearly’s, 1269 Bar­ring­ton Street, 7:30-11:30pm TIN­DER, FIRST DATES AND FEEL­INGS: REIMAG­IN­ING HOOKING

UP A fa­cil­i­tated con­ver­sa­tion that re­works the script of hookup cul­ture, talk­ing about ways to have an af­firm­ing, re­spect­ful, pos­i­tive, hot and ex­cit­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. South House, 1443 Sey­mour Street, 5:30-6:30pm

Wed­nes­day

April 11

DIS­COVER THE WINES OF BORDEAUX

DIN­NER As part of NSLC’s Bordeaux week, CUT Steak­house serves a Frenchin­spired, four-course din­ner ex­pertly paired with wines from the Bordeaux re­gion. CUT Steak­house and Ur­ban Grill, 5120 Sal­ter Street, 6-9pm STU­DIO SCREEN­ING WITH LOU SHEP­PARD As part of Lou Shep­pard’s month­long Khy­ber res­i­dency, the artist opens up the space to screen dance videos and share re­search for their up­com­ing ex­hibit, A Strong De­sire, which is de­scribed as “a chore­o­graphic trans­la­tion of the Di­ag­nos­tic and Sta­tis­ti­cal Man­ual of Men­tal Disor­ders (DSM-5) di­ag­nos­tic cri­te­ria for gen­der dys­pho­ria.” Khy­ber Cen­tre for the Arts, 1880 Hol­lis Street, 6-8pm WHERE WILL OUR GAR­DEN

GROW? Sum­mer 2018 will be the last grow­ing sea­son for Com­mon Roots Ur­ban Farm’s cur­rent patch of grass. The QEII’s Rede­vel­op­ment Project means the new hos­pi­tal needs the land now oc­cu­pied by drills of seeds, so Com­mon Roots needs to plan its next steps—and new home. Head to this pub­lic en­gage­ment ses­sion to help en­vi­sion the farm’s fu­ture. Ci­tadel High School, 1855 Trol­lope Street, 7-9pm

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MEGHAN TANSEY WHITTON

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