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FanClub: From New Orleans to Old Vancouver

By Teena Legris

The historical remnants of a time when neon signs were alight and businesses were booming have long been a mainstay of Granville Street, Vancouver’s legendary entertainment strip.

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The Evolution of Graffiti

By Teena Legris

Beneath bridges and hidden in back alleys are the colourful, kinetic tags, resplendent murals and vibrant markings of graffiti and street artists. Should you go out of your way to see the bold display of artistry emblazoned on these urban galleries, your exploration into this incredible genre will have just begun.

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In Sync: The StudioDesk

As a writer who spends a great deal of time on my MacBook in my small makeshift home office (touted as a den but is really a storage closet), I’m plugging and unplugging power cables and trying to make as much desktop space as possible for my laptop, my iPhone, coffee and reams of paper.

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Seeing Red: Behind the Psychology of Colour

Encierro

The streets of Pamplona, Spain are filled with hordes of men fighting for a pathway to escape the charging bulls running rampantly and aimlessly after them, while women and children, tourists and bystanders wave excitedly from the overhanging balconies, cheering, calling out to the men to run, run, run!

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