Source: The Coast: 25 for 25

2007- with Lindell Smith & Kelsey Lane

City councillor Lindell Smith joins us to talk about the past and future of Uniacke Square—along with his first appearance in The Coast as a young 16-year-old dreaming of becoming an audio technician. Then, Halifax Cycling Coalition executive director Kelsey Lane calls in to discuss how cycling infrastructure has changed over the past 11 years. All this plus Island Greek opens, the Guardian Angels threaten to set up shop, Celine Dion isn’t welcome and we say one last goodbye to Helen Hill

The Coast presents: 25 for 25. A year-by-year audio archive. Through the lens of the city’s alt-weekly, editors Jacob Boon and Tara Thorne bring you the stories that shaped Halifax over the past quarter-century

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