Thursday July 11th on The Morning News
Folks in Halifax can enjoy the nostalgic fun of seeing a big screen movie in your car this weekend. At 6:45 Derek Martin will be by to chat about the Pop-Up Drive-In movie events taking place Friday and Saturday evenings at the base of Citadel Hill.
Not sure if we’re into the dog days of summer just yet but there is a great event planned for you and your pooch this Saturday. It’s called “Victoria Barks” and will take place in Victoria Park in downtown Halifax. At 7:15 we’ll be joined by Lina Clarke, owner of PetValu on Spring Garden Rd and organizer of the event to tell us more about it.
From the shore of the Atlantic to the Pacific coast- that’s what the next ten weeks has in store for Chef Ned Bell. The executive chef of Vancouver Four Seasons is biking across the country to raise awareness about sustainable seafood. We’ll find out why at 7:45.
The Halifax Lebanese Festival is back bigger and better than ever. At 8:15 we’ll talk with organizers about what we can expect this year and we’ll find out how some local women have been chopping and prepping for days this week – literally.
At 8:45 we’ll wrap up our series of TD Halifax Jazz Festival interviews with a chat with legendary Allen Toussaint. He’s a member of the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and the Blues Hall of Fame and he’s performed alongside the likes of Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello, Eric Clapton, The Band and the Rolling Stones just to name a few.