• Hempfest Highlights Struggles of Marijuana Seekers

    Hempfest Highlights Struggles of Marijuana Seekers

    Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

    August 24, 2014

    Getting to Hempfest is an awful lot like trying to get high in Seattle: a confusing, lengthy, ultimately disappointing trip. Hempfest is a huge Seattle gathering of pot-friendly folks and the vendors and advocates who want to sell them products and policies. Organizers have focused on decriminalizing... READ MORE »»

    Revelers celebrate all things cannabis at the 23rd annual Seattle Hempfest.

    Joe Mabel

  • ‘Into the Woods’ Enchants

    ‘Into the Woods’ Enchants

    Angela Wallace, Special to the Herald

    August 15, 2014

    "Into The Woods" weaves together several beloved fairy tales into an epic adventure, then ventures into the unknown territory of life after happily ever after. In the Fiasco Theater’s version of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning masterpiece, directors Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld... READ MORE »»

    Emily Young as Little Red Riding Hood and Noah Brody as Wolf. Photo by Jim Cox.

  • Woman in Predicaments at the Athenaeum

    Woman in Predicaments at the Athenaeum

    Dee Manis, Staff Writer

    August 1, 2014

    Enjoy a free evening of art at the 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition opening night reception, located at The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, in La Jolla, CA, Friday, August 1, 2014, from 6:30p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This event features artist and Jury Award pick, Annette Cyr, and her Woman... READ MORE »»

    Blocking/Supporting from the Women in Predicaments IV series by Annette Cyr

AIDS Update: Hope at Home, Struggles in Africa

AIDS Update: Hope at Home, Struggles in Africa

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

If Transiha Arzah did not spend her time doing peer outreach, no one but her doctor would know she had AIDS. If she did not volunteer her story, no one would know she was...  Read More »

July 3, 2014

Legend’s Death Relights Chewing Tobacco Debate

Legend’s Death Relights Chewing Tobacco Debate

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

Nolan Jirsa is eight years old. He doesn’t know that Tony Gwynn is dead, at 54, or anything about the salivary gland cancer that killed the Padres icon. What Nolan knows...  Read More »

June 24, 2014

Top Pot Shop Prospects Revealed

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

Eighteen months ago, Washington voters enacted Initiative...  Read More »

May 13, 2014

‘Boot Camp’ for Writing

Gisela Lagos, Managing Editor

Getting capstone and class projects fit. Free coffee, experienced tutors, computer access and a quiet place to work on capstone and class projects will all be...  Read More »

May 13, 2014

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Hempfest Highlights Struggles of Marijuana Seekers

Hempfest Highlights Struggles of Marijuana Seekers

Angela Cooper-McCorkle, Editor in Chief

Getting to Hempfest is an awful lot like trying to get high in Seattle: a confusing, lengthy, ultimately disappointing trip. Hempfest is a huge Seattle gathering of pot-friendly...  Read More »

August 24, 2014

‘Into the Woods’ Enchants

‘Into the Woods’ Enchants

Angela Wallace, Special to the Herald

"Into The Woods" weaves together several beloved fairy tales into an epic adventure, then ventures into the unknown territory of life after happily ever after. In the Fiasco...  Read More »

August 15, 2014

Woman in Predicaments at the Athenaeum

Woman in Predicaments at the Athenaeum

Dee Manis, Staff Writer

Enjoy a free evening of art at the 23rd Annual Juried Exhibition opening night reception, located at The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, in La Jolla, CA, Friday,...  Read More »

August 1, 2014

Six Steps to Success in Mastering Modern Men’s Fashion

Six Steps to Success in Mastering Modern Men’s Fashion

Michael Kelly, Staff Writer

As a menswear enthusiast, I am constantly inspired by the visual and written content found on the social media platforms that I use. Digital communities on platforms such...  Read More »

July 19, 2014

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