You were passed over yet again for that promotion. You weren’t even granted an interview, despite being an objectively strong fit. And now, much to the surprise of your co-workers, you were amongst the first pandemic layoffs. Not all career slights are due to bias. Applicants might be misinformed, deluded,
i. I work as a: percussionist, producer and post-secondary education consultant, independent cultural researcher/catalyst. ii. A ‘typical’ day for me under Covid lockdown involves: Feeding my mind, writing, practicing, jogging, devising new ways to continue to remain active musically in spite of the present moratorium on public performances. iii. Personal
It’s been a tough Spring for artisans who rely on craft markets to build a living. One of Vancouver’s biggest maker events – Got Craft – has gone online. Today, until 5:00 pm PST, you can shop local with 70 creators and small shops, many of whom we have featured
As a child with overactive taste buds, the thought of dining out invoked more dread than excitement. There was only one thing to anticipate with confidence: dessert. “Elizabeth, we’re going to …” “Is that the place with the… coconut drops? Green tea ice cream? Chocolate Bavarian Cake? Warm egg tarts?