Interviews | Pro-Life Activist Stephanie Gray
Sometimes it’s possible to whip off a story or interview without much reflection. Other times we have to pause, determine what our personal beliefs are or reframe them. January was the month of the Women’s March and the turnout and volume, quantitative and audible, was impossible to ignore. Social Media was swept up in goodwill [...]
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Interviews | Julia Turshen of Small Victories Cookbook (Recipes Included!)
While we were in New York over New Year’s we had the chance to do an interview with Julia Turshen of Small Victories Cookbook and pry deeper into her cooking process as well as ask our own kitchen-related questions. Small Victories (released in Fall 2016) is a culmination of years of experience in the kitchen [...]
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Language Arts | An Essay on NYC by Michelle
“On any person who desires such queer prizes, New York will bestow the gift of loneliness and the gift of privacy….The capacity to make such dubious gifts is a mysterious quality of New York. It can destroy an individual, or it can fulfil him, depending a good deal on luck. No one should come to [...]
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Interviews | The Fentanyl Crisis
The fentanyl crisis in Vancouver is splashed over the media every few days and news articles are popping up with alarming regularity, reporting the increasing rate of overdose deaths. At Her Vancouver we believe that if something is labeled a crisis it should not only spark our curiosity and voyeurism on the subject but also a [...]
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Music Class | Maggie Rogers
There are times we’re certain we live under a rock like when Her Vancouver’s music contributor, Della, introduced us to singer/songwriter Maggie Rogers and we were like, “Who?” Della showed us Maggie’s music video to her song Alaska and we fell in love with this girl’s folksy, electric pop vibe. Of course we’re not [...]