Andrea Harvey
Andrea Harvey

Andrea Harvey

Harvey has been City Weekly's grammar-savvy copy editor since November 2015. The Portland native has a B.A. in journalism from the University of Oregon, and is a lover of sushi, IPAs and feminism.

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Year: 201710 201610

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  • 'Hearts, Not Parts'

    Orem entrepreneur's Genderbands raise money for female-to-male top surgery grant.
      The year 2016 was monumental for Ian Giles, a "parent, geek, entrepreneur and non-binary transman" from Orem.
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  • 'Nobody Owns You'

    Rachel Jensen on educating and empowering survivors of intimate partner sexual violence through The Walk of No Shame.
      "We want to educate people as to what these different forms of sexual violence and sexual health are, but we want to empower people as well."
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  • Barks and Brews

    Humane Society of Utah's Jamie Usry says local beer and dog adoptions make the perfect pair.
      Craft brews and fur babies—it's a match made in heaven. Or actually, a match made at the Utah Beer Festival in 2014, thanks to the Humane Society of Utah.
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  • Live Music Picks: August 10-16

    Solange, Emily Saliers, Sylvan Esso, Willie Nelson and more.
      City Weekly announced the Twilight Concert Series lineup in April, I wrote that Solange's music is miles better than that of her sister, Beyoncé.
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  • Good Vibrations

    Enhancing the EDM experience for both the deaf and hearing, this local DJ's new show covers all five senses.
      While most have found Salt Lake City's vibrant EDM community to be relatively inclusive, that hasn't been the case for those who are deaf or heard-of-hearing. This is a nationwide problem that Maclain Drake hopes to tackle with Vibe—a multisensory EDM show.
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  • Q&A with James Hernandez

    Peaceful Advocates for Native Dialogue and Organizing Support
      Many have heard the term "cultural appropriation" in the context of Halloween costumes, but aren't aware of the many facets and their repercussions for those on the receiving end.
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  • Lame of the Irish

    Utah ranked one of the ‘least rowdy’ during St. Patrick’s Day.
      This all begs the question, will Utah ever become a destination for tourists looking to get away for a fun holiday weekend?
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  • 'I Love You From my Shower!'

    City Weekly staffer receives sweet, hilarious daily text messages from her loving grandma, and now they’ve gone viral.
      Sierra Sessions receives daily text messages from Grams that include selfies taken in her living room, a bagel shop, the shower and other various locations, with a reminder of the love she has for her granddaughter.
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  • Defend and Defund

    Anti-abortion protest at local Planned Parenthood clinic aims to cut its federal funding.
      In Salt Lake City, a group of about 15 pro-life supporters rallied in front of the Planned Parenthood Metro Health Center—an abortion clinic at 160 S. 1000 East that was closed that day.
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  • Q&A with James Jackson III, founder of the Utah African American Chamber of Commerce

    The UAACC’s mission is to foster accessibility, networking and education.
      Eight years ago, Salt Lake City resident James Jackson III founded the Utah African American Chamber of Commerce—a key resource for small businesses owned by members of the local black community, as well as other minority groups.
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Royal Goodbye Royal Goodbye Venerable downtown eatery closes its doors after 35 years. July 03, 2016

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