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DJ + Danc­ing

AU­DIO THER­APY Re­flec­tions DJ DOUVET

Obladee, 8:30-11:30pm

DJ IV W/DJ OKAY TK

Vinyl Retro Dance Lounge

DJ RANDY Monte’s OUT­LANDISH THURS­DAYS Menz

Live Mu­sic

JOHN TETRAULT Le Bistro, free KYLE TULLY & SAM WIL­SON Com­pass Dis­tillers,

7:30-10:30pm

LAND­ING SOUND

The Loose Can­non, free, 9pm-12am

ZACHARY LUCKY Bearly’s,8:30pm

Big Ticket Shows

FUNK, SOUL & RARE GROOVES: AN EVENING WITH THE MELLOTONES Nep­tune The­atre, 1593 Ar­gyle Street, Nov 16-17

DJ + Danc­ing

DJ DXS Paci­fico DJ TONY HAZE The Bit­ter End

Live Mu­sic

BLEEP IN THE DARK

Dal­housie Stu­dent Union Build­ing, Room 304, 8pm-12am HIT­MAN W/HATCHET LAKE, ELEC­TRIC SPOON­FUL, FUN­GUS

The Sea­horse, 10pm-2am JON CREEDEN & THE FLY­ING HELLFISH W/DESIGNOSAUR, GOLDBLOOM Menz, 9:30pm-1am JOHN TETRAULT Le Bistro, free SON LATINO The Car­leton, 10pm THERESA MALEN­FANT Bearly’s WAYNE BEDECKI Snig­gily Wig­gily’s

Big Ticket Shows

DONO­VAN WOODS AND THE OP­PO­SI­TION W/RAYE ZARAGOZA See photo. St. Matthew’s United Church, 1479 Bar­ring­ton Street, 2pm, 8pm

FUNK, SOUL & RARE GROOVES: AN EVENING WITH THE MELLOTONES Nep­tune The­atre, 1593 Ar­gyle Street, Nov 16-17 GYPSY: A FLEET­WOOD MAC TRIBUTE Light­ing strikes, maybe once, maybe twice—but Ste­vie Nicks wannabes won’t wait un­til the sec­ond clap to snap up tick­ets to this note-for-note tribute. The Mar­quee, 2037 Got­tin­gen Street, 7-11pm

SARA DAVIS BUECH­NER Event or­ga­nizer Ce­cilia Con­certs calls Buech­ner “one of the most orig­i­nal con­cert pi­anists of our time”—and she’s gar­nered enough in­ter­na­tional awards to back up such big talk. Here, at her Hal­i­fax de­but, the pi­anist—who’s per­formed with the likes of the New York Phil­har­monic, San Fran­cisco Sym­phony and Philadel­phia Or­ches­tras—de­liv­ers a set in­clud­ing pieces by Mozart, Chopin and Gershwin. Lil­ian Piercey Con­cert Hall, 6199 Che­bucto Road, $35, 7pm

DJ + Danc­ing

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

DJ RANDY Monte’s PINEO & LOEB

Paci­fico, $5, 11pm-2am

STEAM PHUNK

Snig­gily Wig­gily’s, 8pm

THAT 90S NIGHT The Sea­horse

Live Mu­sic

THE CAR­LETON COL­LEC­TIVE

The Car­leton, 10pm-1:30am CASSIE JOSEPHINE & THE CRY IF I WANT TO’S W/GIANNA LAU­REN Get lo­ca­tion de­tails and tick­ets at side­doorac­cess.com, $15, 7:30pm THE GNARLTONES Bearly’s,

10pm JOE MUR­PHY & THE WATER STREET BLUES BAND Your Fa­ther’s Mous­tache, 4-8pm JOHN TETRAULT Le Bistro, free MARK RAVEN & THE HAR­BOR KINGS Stag­gers, 3-7pm MIKE COWIE AND GERRY CAR­RUTHERS Press Gang Restau­rant

Big Ticket Shows

AH, BACH! All Bach, all af­ter­noon: This con­cert sees Sym­phony Nova Sco­tia cel­e­brat­ing Baroque mu­sic’s most fa­mous com­poser. St. An­drew’s United Church, 6036 Coburg Road, $16-$67, 2pm CEL­E­BRA­TIONS: CHOIRS FOR

CHANGE El Jones, The Mar­itime Bhangra Group, Mel­gita’t Women and Re­becca Moore share the bill at this mu­si­cal hat-tip to the mul­ti­tude of ways we cel­e­brate. Mar­itime Con­ser­va­tory, 6199 Che­bucto Road, 7:30-9pm

DJ + Danc­ing

DJ ROCK NIGHT Snig­gily Wig­gily’s

Live Mu­sic

BLUES JAM Bearly’s, 8:30pm JEFF GOODSPEED AND FRIENDS

Stayner’s Wharf, free, 5pm

MIKE COWIE TRIO Mor­ris East,

Bed­ford West RICK GAUTREAU Stag­gers, 4-7pm SKIN & JONES

The Per­fect Pour Pub & Grill, 4-7pm SUN­DAY BLUES WITH BUCK TINGLEY & THE GAL­AXY 500’S

The Lo­cal, free, 3-7pm

Big Ticket Shows

DE­FAULT Van­cou­ver’s alt-rock awe­some­ness is back to­gether af­ter an am­i­ca­ble breakup in 2013—and is here to sat­isfy all your early-aughts sonic crav­ings with hits like “Turn It On” and “Wast­ing My Time.” Casino Nova Sco­tia, Schooner Room, 1983 Up­per Water Street

DJ + Danc­ing

DJ TONY HAZE

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

Live Mu­sic

DAVE MACISAAC & LOUIS BENOIT Old Tri­an­gle, 7:30-10:30pm

MOR­GAN DAVIS

Bearly’s, 8pm

ONE MAN SHOW Hal­i­fax Ale­house OPEN COM­PANY: UN­CHARTED

Art Bar

Tues­day

No­vem­ber 20

DJ + Danc­ing

ALL RE­QUEST W/DJ BILL KID­NEY Stag­gers, free, 9pm

DJ MAS­TER Menz

Live Mu­sic

GOTTIJAM Menz, $3, 10:30pm NEW MU­SIC TUES­DAYS

Snig­gily Wig­gily’s, 8:30pm

TYLER AND SCOTT

Durty Nelly’s, 9:30pm

Wed­nes­day

No­vem­ber 21

Big Ticket Shows PASCALE BEAUDIN W/SI­MON

DOCK­ING “Up-and-com­ing Cana­dian so­prano Pascale Beaudin has had great suc­cess re­cently on op­er­atic stages in Canada and France. She joins lo­cal pi­anist Si­mon Dock­ing in an en­chant­ing pro­gram of songs by Mozart, De­bussy (his Ari­ettes Oubliees), Mahler and Rey­naldo Hahn,” event or­ga­niz­ers say. Mu­sic Room, 6181 Lady Ham­mond Road, $30, 7pm

Live Mu­sic

ACOUS­TIC WED­NES­DAYS

Ga­han House, 8pm BLUE GRASS SES­SION W/WIL­LIE STRAT­TON Snig­gily Wig­gily’s BLUES NIGHT FEAT. JOE MUR­PHY AND BRAD CONRAD

The Loose Can­non, 9pm WED­NES­DAY NIGHT JAZZ W/DAMIEN MOYNIHAN, SILVIO PUPO, RON­ALD HYNES The Lo­cal, 9pm-12am

TYLER KEY Le Bistro, free, 6-9pm

Thurs­day

No­vem­ber 15

THE BOOK LAUNCH MSVU’s De­part­ment of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Stud­ies cel­e­brates the launch of new tomes by sev­eral fac­ulty mem­bers. Seven Bays Boul­der­ing, 2019 Got­tin­gen Street, 7pm

HAL­I­FAX HUR­RI­CANES SEA­SON OPENER

VS. MONC­TON MAGIC The Hal­i­fax Hur­ri­canes bring the thun­der for the 2018-2019 home opener.

Sco­tia­bank Cen­tre, 5284 Duke Street, 7pm

INDIGE­NOUS IN HAL­I­FAX: PANEL

DIS­CUS­SION Head to the li­brary’s Paul O’Re­gan Hall for this panel dis­cus­sion hosted by Re­becca Thomas, a for­mer Hal­i­fax Poet Lau­re­ate, about what life in Hal­i­fax is like for Indige­nous peo­ple. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 6:30-8:30pm

PANEL DIS­CUS­SION: DIS­CORD, DISRUP

TIONS, DIS­OR­DER A panel dis­cus­sion with del­e­gates from the 10th Hal­i­fax In­ter­na­tional Se­cu­rity Fo­rum, this talk ex­plores the fu­ture of in­ter­na­tional in­sti­tu­tions. Saint Mary’s Univer­sity McNally The­atre, 923 Ro­bie Street, 7-9pm AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL SCREENS SAMMY DAVIS JR: I’VE

GOTTA BE ME See photo. Cine­plex Cin­e­mas Park­lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, 7pm

STU SELLS 1824 HAL­I­FAX CLAS­SIC Top teams from At­lantic Canada take on the best in the world at this curl­ing face-off that sees stars like Brad Gushue, Brad Jacobs, Glen Howard and more throw­ing rocks.

Hal­i­fax Curl­ing Club, 948 South Bland, free

Fri­day

No­vem­ber 16

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL SCREENS AHEAD OF TIME: THE EX­TRA­OR­DI­NARY JOUR­NEY OF RUTH

GRUBER The AJFF con­tin­ues with this screen­ing of the 2009 doc shar­ing the life story of Ruth Gruber, the world’s youngest PhD earner, the first jour­nal­ist to en­ter the Soviet arc­tic and a proud Brook­lynite. Called “a fem­i­nist be­fore fem­i­nism,” Gruber cov­ered the Mid­dle East dur­ing the 1940s. Here, a blend of in­ter­views and “ver­ité footage of Ruth trav­el­ing back to Is­rael” tells her story. Mu­seum of Nat­u­ral His­tory, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 3:30pm CRAFT BEER AND BAR­BE­CUE TAST­ING Event or­ga­niz­ers prom­ise “beer, burg­ers, an auc­tion, a cap­tured es­cape room and more” as part of this Cana­dian Para­plegic As­so­ci­a­tion (Nova Sco­tia) fundraiser. Hal­i­fax Mar­riott Har­bourfront Ho­tel, 1919 Up­per Water Street, 7-10pm, $60

CRAFT NOVA SCO­TIA’S CHRIST

MAS SHOW The 43rd an­nual hol­i­day show­case of de­signer works has you nab­bing luxe gifta­bles—think jewellery, tex­tiles and more—for the VIPs on your shop­ping list. Cu­nard Event Cen­tre, Pier 23, 961 Mar­ginal Road, Nov 16-18

DI­WALI FES­TI­VAL The In­dian Fes­ti­vals Club of Nova Sco­tia cel­e­brates the fes­ti­val of light with au­then­tic south Asian eats, stalls of art­work and hand­i­crafts and a slew of per­for­mances show­ing how Di­wali is cel­e­brated through­out the world. Hal­i­fax Fo­rum, 2901 Wind­sor Street, Nov 16-18 HAL­I­FAX MOOSEHEADS VS SAINT JOHN SEADOGS

Sco­tia­bank Cen­tre, 5284 Duke Street, 7pm

HEARTS BEAT LOUD SCREEN­ING Keep your eyes peeled for Toni Col­lette (AKA the queen of ev­ery­thing), who has a sup­port­ing role in this flick fol­low­ing a fa­ther-daugh­ter bond­ing ef­fort that man­i­fests in the form of a song­writ­ing duo. Car­bon Arc Cin­ema, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 7pm

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL

SCREENS AN IS­RAELI LOVE STORY Catch this 1947-set flick that fol­lows Mar­galit, an 18-year-old wannabe ac­tress, as she falls for the 24-year-old Eli Ben Zvi and tries to woo him—all against the back­drop of the es­tab­lish­ing of mod­ern-day Is­rael. Mu­seum of Nat­u­ral His­tory, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 1:30pm

MINT: MU­SIC IN NEW TECH­NOLO­GIES

FO­RUM A brand-new in­ter­na­tional fo­rum on where mu­sic is headed, MINT bills it­self as “a deep dive into the cut­ting edge of new mu­sic tech­nolo­gies fea­tur­ing in­ter­na­tional guest speak­ers, elec­tri­fy­ing con­certs and im­mer­sive in­ter­ac­tive me­dia rooms.” Gain in­sight into the post-CD age as demon­stra­tions, per­for­mances and a whole lot of mu­sic mak­ing takes over the King’s cam­pus—and gets more de­tails at mint­con­fer­ence.ca. Univer­sity of King’s Col­lege, 6350 Coburg Road, Nov 16-18

STU SELLS 1824 HAL­I­FAX CLAS­SIC

Hal­i­fax Curl­ing Club, 948 South Bland, Nov 15-18, free AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL SCREENS TEVYE’S DAUGH­TERS Based on Grig­ori Gorin’s famed play Me­mo­rial Prayer, this At­lantic Jewish Film Fest flick traces the life of a milk­man in Ukraine, who hopes his daugh­ters man­age to marry rich and es­cape poverty. Mu­seum of Nat­u­ral His­tory, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 11am

Sat­ur­day

No­vem­ber 17

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL

SCREENS BU­DAPEST NOIR A screen­ing of the 1936-set flick that fol­lows a mur­der mys­tery in Bu­dapest, set against the back­drop of po­lit­i­cal tur­moil. Cana­dian Mu­seum of Im­mi­gra­tion at Pier 21, 1055 Mar­ginal Road, 7:30pm

CHRIST­MAS FAIR Home­made treats, pick­les, jams and crafts await. Rock­ing­ham United Church, 12 Flamingo Drive, 10am-1pm

CHRISTI BELCOURT’S COM­MU­NITY

ART BUILD As part of #call­re­sponce, the ex­hibit at Saint Mary’s Univer­sity Art Gallery that’s a cen­tring of women Indige­nous artists’ voices, Eyelevel gallery and SMU present this work­shop, hosted by Indige­nous artist Christi Belcourt. Belcourt is giv­ing a crash course in screen print­ing and ac­tivist art at Rad­storm and par­tic­i­pants can make a piece in sup­port of the Stop Al­ton Gas move­ment un­der Belcourt’s ex­pert eye. Rad­storm, 2177 Got­tin­gen Street, 10am-6pm, free

CRAFT NOVA SCO­TIA’S CHRIST­MAS

SHOW Cu­nard Event Cen­tre, Pier 23, 961 Mar­ginal Road, Nov 16-18 CU­NARD JU­NIOR HIGH CHRIST­MAS CRAFT FAIR Cu­nard Ju­nior High School, 121 Wil­liams Lake Road, 9am-1:30pm, $3

DI­WALI FES­TI­VAL Hal­i­fax Fo­rum, 2901 Wind­sor Street, Nov 16-18 THE HOL­I­DAY PA­RADE OF LIGHTS It’s the start­ing gun an­nounc­ing Santa’s favourite sea­son has ar­rived! Won­der­ing where to watch? The Hol­i­day Pa­rade of Lights snakes along Up­per Water Street to­wards Bar­ring­ton Street via the Cogswell In­ter­change. It con­tin­ues along Bar­ring­ton to Spring Gar­den Road be­fore head­ing down South Park Street to Univer­sity Av­enue, end­ing at the cor­ner of Univer­sity and Ro­bie Street. 6pm

MADE­LINE’S MADE­LINE SCREEN­ING In Car­bon Arc’s lat­est flick, young dancer Made­line is in the process of mak­ing her art im­i­tate her life, fol­low­ing her di­rec­tor’s ad­vice to pour her trou­bled re­la­tion­ship with her mother into her troupe’s lat­est piece. The re­sult sees the line be­tween per­for­mance and real­ity blur. Car­bon Arc Cin­ema, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 7pm

MINT: MU­SIC IN NEW TECH­NOLO­GIES

FO­RUM Univer­sity of King’s Col­lege, 6350 Coburg Road, Nov 16-18

PRESCOTT’S CHRIST­MAS FUNDRAISER

The an­nual tea and sale re­turns with tote bags, aprons, baked goods, art and home decor at the ready for knock­ing names off your nice list. All pro­ceeds raised sup­port­ing adults with an in­tel­lec­tual chal­lenge in Hal­i­fax. Prescott Group, 3430 Prescott Street, 10am-2pm, $2

STU SELLS 1824 HAL­I­FAX CLAS­SIC

Hal­i­fax Curl­ing Club, 948 South Bland, Nov 15-18, free

Sun­day

No­vem­ber 18

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL

SCREENS AZIMUTH This flick fol­lows a tense face-off be­tween an Egyp­tian and an Is­raeli solider in the Si­nai desert. Cine­plex Cin­e­mas Park­lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, 4pm

CRAFT NOVA SCO­TIA’S CHRIST­MAS

SHOW Cu­nard Event Cen­tre, Pier 23, 961 Mar­ginal Road, Nov 16-18

DI­WALI FES­TI­VAL Hal­i­fax Fo­rum, 2901 Wind­sor Street, Nov 16-18

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL

SCREENS KEEP THE CHANGE The un­likely love story of two New York­ers who meet in a sup­port group. Cine­plex Cin­e­mas Park­lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, 7pm

LIGHT UP BED­FORD PA­RADE De­part­ing from DeWolfe Park be­fore trail­ing the Bed­ford High­way to­wards Sun­ny­side Mall, this hol­i­day pa­rade will have you crav­ing snow. DeWolf Park, Bed­ford Water­front, 5:45-7pm

MINT: MU­SIC IN NEW TECH­NOLO­GIES

FO­RUM Univer­sity of King’s Col­lege, 6350 Coburg Road, Nov 16-18

AT­LANTIC JEWISH FILM FES­TI­VAL

SCREENS THE SA­MUEL PROJECT The At­lantic Jewish Film Fes­ti­val rolls on with this screen­ing of a film about an out­cast

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