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Elecia Chrunik

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Sep 18th, 2007
It’s hard not to have certain expectations when meeting a woman named Bliss. But after an hour-long conversation that touched on love, astral travel, celibacy and service to the Universe, and a...
Aug 23rd, 2007
www.nowpublic.org [NowPublic.com]’s “crowd powered media” format takes the bold step of asking consumers of news to also be responsible for its content. An eBay-style ranking system and a “fairly...
Aug 13th, 2007
The fact that two or three corporations own the majority of traditional media outlets is sadly nothing new to Canada. This is stifling, but, thankfully, there has been an opposing reaction from...
Jul 29th, 2007
Vancouver’s recycling program effectively ignores dealing with organic waste. And because the majority of the city’s inhabitants lack the commodity of a yard in which they can compost their food...
Jul 26th, 2007
Children once jumped on the train and rode for a nickel, leaving the clean streets of Kerrisdale behind for the bustle of downtown. Bill, a retired businessman and former army artillery Bill, a...
Jul 23rd, 2007
Jaime Garcia, (above left), Executive Director of the Rainier Valley Community Development Fund, which provides assistance to small businesses in South Seattle impacted by construction of the...
Jul 11th, 2007
...was highly entertaining, when she couldn't get off the couch. As soon as she could walk again, the love affair was over. In the interim, she found some interesting sites. by Elecia Chrunik When I...
Jul 2nd, 2007
Internet radio has revolutionized the way that shoestring-budget musicians are able to create and disseminate their music. But if new royalty rates proposed by the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB...
Jun 28th, 2007
Oz Havusha is a 20-year-old wheelchair user who lives just off the construction corridor. It has been about nine months since he has been able to use the buses along Cambie St. because the bus stops...
Jun 12th, 2007
Small business owners gathered together on Tuesday to say good-bye to Don Don Noodle shop, the twenty-fifth business on Cambie Street to close its doors since construction of the RAV line began....
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