Art heals

Arts Profile: The Downtown Eastside Centre for the Arts hosts first all-female art exhibit this month. 
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The Megaphone movement

Cover Story: This month Megaphone celebrates its 200th issue thanks to its vendors and supportive community that has kept it going strong.
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Storytelling event allows drug users to share their experiences

Megaphone News: In the midst of a health crisis, a new storytelling series lifts drug users up and provides naloxone training
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From the heart

Arts Profile: Vancouver’s Heart of the City Festival returns this month with more than 100 events on the go.
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Strive and fight

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Stephen Scott pens a poem about making the most out of life
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A wider perspective on housing solutions

Viewpoints: Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps shares the response she received after asking her community to ‘open their homes’ to aid in the housing crisis
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Finding Chinatown

Cover Story: Chinatown can be a constant battleground—how do you respect the past while shaping a new future? Victoria and Vancouver’s historic enclaves face gentrification and demographic shifts in different ways
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My firefighting days

Vendor Profile: Victoria vendor Craig Baron talks about his two proudest accomplishments.
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Connecting to my community

Director's Corner: Megaphone customers look out for their vendors, and vendors look out for them too
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‘Embracing our uniqueness as Salish people’

Arts Preview: Bill Reid Gallery exhibition, Intangible, features six artists whose work exhibits innovation and heritage.
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Culture Saves Lives

Heartbeats: Downtown Eastside movement opens up shop to offer healing through culture and community
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Defining poverty

Viewpoints: A personal story of one woman’s experience with poverty in Canada
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Special kind of woman

Vendor Voices: Vancouver vendor Bernie Bouzane shares another poem meant to be set to music.
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Meet Victoria’s first-ever Indigenous Artist in Residence

Arts Profile: Body politics, femininity, and sexuality are some of the underlying themes of Lindsay Delaronde’s work.
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From Ten Years to Sugar Mountain

Q&A: How one Vancouver tent city refused to be shut down and transformed itself
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Lots to eat, lots to do

Vendor Profile: Vancouver vendor Peter Thompson talks about the seasonal foods he and his family traditionally prepare
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‘Overdose prevention sites are working’

Local News: Victoria set to beat 2016 record of illicit drug overdose deaths
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Let’s make room for each other

Director’s corner: Homelessness is dangerous year-round, and extreme summer weather only adds to that danger
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Remembering a fallen vendor

Megaphone News: Vancouver vendor Ronald Jerome McGrath passed away on July 16, and we honour his memory
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Storytelling meets life at Vancouver's Queer Film Festival

Arts Preview: This year’s Vancouver Queer Film Festival showcases films that intersect across race, class, and gender
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