All about me

Memoirs offer a glimpse into authors' lives, where despite the differences, you may see reflections of yourself.
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The artistry of cosplay

Ainsley Bircher grew up hearing about comic con events from her mom and started attending them in 2013. She has been “cosplaying” as Pigtails and Powertools for about seven years. Wicked Sensations Photography.
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Straight from the heart

From his musical start in Vancouver, to headlining the global stage, Bryan Adams keeps his focus on a widespread problem: homelessness
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Angel

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2020 Hope in Shadows calendar, on sale now in Vancouver and Victoria.
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Sex, lies and HIV/AIDS: New play puts deeply personal subject on stage

'I would love for this to get under people's skin.' Playwright Rick Waines delves into a controversial topic in his work Secret/e.
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Being happy vs. being successful

Vancouver vendor Dennis Chernyk muses about the stuff of life.
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered.
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When everything's not fine, BC Foundry can help

One-stop shop for youth provides easy access to mental health resources.
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered with real-life advice from those in the know.
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Viewpoint: The money wheel

When you're homeless and looking for housing, it's a demoralizing cycle of not having enough resources to get ahead.
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Powerful elder heals by helping others

Sue has seen more than her share of tragedy, but the courageous Megaphone vendor finds strength in encouraging others.
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Spike's word

Vancouver vendor and writer Gerald 'Spike' Peachey shares some writing tips.
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TGIF

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, now sold out. The all-new 2020 calendar is on its way! Watch for it on the streets of Vancouver...
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Lifelong Victoria resident enjoys his Saturday shift

Richard Gerrand has been selling street newspapers for a dozen years.
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Megaphone turns a page

Director's Corner: Outgoing Megaphone Executive Director Jessica Hannon ponders eight years at 'this scrappy organization' and what's in store for the non-profit's next chapter.
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Resilient rider

Megaphone vendor and Ride to Conquer Cancer team member Michael Geilen doesn't worry about his own challenges — he's too busy helping others.
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Seagull

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, on sale now in Vancouver and Victoria.
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Photo

Each month, Megaphone features an image chosen as a Top 30 finalist in our annual Hope in Shadows photo contest.The winning 13 photos are published in the 2019 Hope in Shadows calendar, now sold out in Vancouver and Victoria.
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Dear Pen Pals...

Do you have a question about drug use, addiction, mental health, relationships, sexuality, or other life issues? We've got you covered.
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Queer film comes of age

Now in its 31st year, the Vancouver Queer Film Festival features a program that pushes boundaries, takes risks and explores themes that are post-coming out.
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