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SHIFTING CULTURE

Mar 7, 2017 - The Globe and Mail (Canada)

The strip of Argyle Street across from the Nova Centre has long been a hub of Halifax nightlife, but it's less lucrative lately. The Foggy Goggle restaurant is in the midst of moving from there to the city's North End, where it'll be neighbours with the Seahorse Tavern, a livemusic venue that also escaped Argyle.

Cultural spaces, especially for music, are slipping away from downtown; for instance, the venerated Khyber Centre for the Arts building, a multipurpose exhibition and performance

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