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Kacie McGeary

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Hailing from the foothills of Northern California, Kacie is a writer and editor who's worked on everything from quarterly surf magazines to art books, zines, lookbooks, novels, and emoji style guides. She's a bit of a story junkie, but we forgive her for that. To view more of her work, creep her website and Instagram.

Meet the Mundari Tribe of South Sudan

When you enter Mattia Passarini’s website, you’re met with the phrase, “If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It’s lethal.” After speaking with the photographer himself, I’d say those words are pretty fitting. Mattia’s...

Why You Should Visit Edmonton

Edmonton is a city that is quietly confident. Located in the heart of the western Canadian prairies, Alberta’s capital is home to a population of 1.3 million that embodies a welcoming spirit, a collaborative...
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Empowering Edmonton Through Spoken Word: A Conversation with @Knowmadic

Ahmed “Knowmadic” Ali is a community organizer, public speaker, youth worker, Somali refugee, and full-time father who has dedicated his time to enabling and empowering diverse communities within Edmonton. He’s the city’s poet laureate...

Meet Your Makers: Edmonton

Edmonton is a place filled with talent, known and hidden. It’s been called a center for pioneers, a city that encourages exploration, trailblazing, innovative design, and a return to craftsmanship. Artists and makers can...

Wander, Roam, Replicate: A Conversation About Copy-Cat Culture in the Travel Space With @Insta_Repeat

Images of outstretched hands, of feet dangling off mountaintops, of people standing at the edges of cliffs, in front of crashing waterfalls, at the bows of canoes, and in the middle of open highways...

A Creative’s Guide to Istanbul

Often seen as a gateway between Western and Eastern culture, Istanbul is an inexhaustibly inspiring metropolis harboring rich tradition, a deep-seated global presence, and diverse ethnic roots. It is the historical and cultural center...
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How to Best Experience Tea Culture in Istanbul

Given Turkey’s position on the border of eastern Europe and western Asia, it’s no wonder that tea is the country’s most beloved beverage. But did you know that Turkey is the top tea-drinking nation...

Summer Reading: A Mystical Cross-Country Road Trip

If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to travel across America and meet with astrologers, tarotmancers, clairvoyants, animal communicators, roadside psychics, and diviners of all kinds, then “Summer Reading” may be the documentary...

How Voluntourism is Helping Puerto Rico Post-Hurricane

On September 18, 2017, Hurricane Maria became the first Category 5 hurricane to strike the island of Puerto Rico. Noted as the deadliest storm to hit the Atlantic last year and the most intense...