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“[Having months to live] was terrifying. When you are young and filled with hope, and suddenly there is none, you find yourself in a very scary, lonely, destructive place,” said Dean, about learning he had HIV. Because of the medical community’s lack of understanding about the disease, hospitals weren’t very open to accepting HIV/AIDS patients, either. Many were left untreated and socially isolated with only each other to lean on.
July 31st brings a Blue Moon that is perfect for lighting a spell candle and making a wish.
Renata Buzzo is a vegan designer and such lives a cruelty-free lifestyle with all her fabrics and embellishments being free from animal content. No silks, wool, shells, leather or fur. Without the traditional luxury crutches, she shows her talent as a designer with this line of beautiful constructed dresses. The audience murmured their appreciation of the subtle sophistication of the gowns.
With the rise of gluten-free food from barely socially acceptable fare to a must have much sought after quality - VV went on the prowl for the best places in Vancouver for managing the munchies and getting a grip on the growlies!
There was a time when our community didn’t offer such extensive social programming through the government. That was also a time before taxation. (Insert sarcastic emoticon here). However, it was the people of the community who knitted socks for the war effort, ran soup kitchens, organized work parties, and held up the fort in all the arenas where life had intervened causing shortfalls. Neighbours would divide their crops, families would open their homes to share what they had.