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Stephanie Domet reflects on censorship scandals at the Daily News. Mary Vingoe talks about the day Rodney MacDonald killed the province's Arts Council. African Nova Scotian Music Association co-founder Delvina Bernard tells us how Black musicians fought for recognition in Nova Scotia. Plus, G7 protests, art pranksterism and a violent cat named Cocao Puff. 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 The Coast Twitter: @TwitCoast The Coast (online) Tara Thorne twitter: @thorneyhfx Jacob Boon twitter: @RWJBoon

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