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Past Christchurch Event: VOL 17

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Not Just a Pretty Cake

BY ANNA WORTHINGTON
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Anna Worthington wanted to prolong the buzz she got from traveling. She decided to make some cakes. Here she talks about the kinds of cakes she has made and how they have affected the community around her.

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Sub-Zero Subcultures

BY ANNA PEARSON
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Anna Pearson won a scholarship to go to Antarctica. In Antarctica she went swimming, skiing, and mountain climbing with many 'safe and dependable' people. She thoroughly documented her adventure and shares it with us here.

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How to Spend Your $100

BY ANTS FIELD
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Ants Field was tired of wasting hundreds of dollars on gas, so he changed his car into an e-car. His e-car is much more efficient than your typical car, but then he wondered if he could do better. He transformed his bike into an extremely efficient e-bike and now uses it to commute to work.

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The Festival of Transitional Architecture

BY BARNABY BENNETT
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Barnaby Bennet talks about the Festival of Transitional Architecture. This year's theme is: "city within a city". There will be presentations about an inner-city garden called the acropolis, a mobile cinema, and more.

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Warming the World One Heart at a Time

BY GABBY SMITH
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Gabby Smith makes Real Hotties, hot water warmers with personalities. She talks about how she comes up with ideas for new characters and then introduces some bachelors and bachelorettes.

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Making Gardening Cool

BY LIV WORSNOP
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

In "Making Gardening Cool" From PechaKucha Christchurch Vol. 17Liv Worsnop shares the story of how the Plant Gang, a group that spends their time restoring abandoned urban spaces with local plant life, had made gardening in Christchurch cool again. 

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13 Things You Didn't Know About Moshe Feldenkrais

BY MEGAN AIKEN
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Megan Aiken begins by introducing a man named Moshe Feldenkrais. He was a refugee, a martial artist, a scientist, and a chiropractor. Megan started taking violen lessons when she was a kid, but soon developed back problems. Rather than undergoing surgery, she decided to pursue a treatment method developed by Feldenkrais and had good results.

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Jumping the Wharf

BY REUBEN WILLIAMS
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Reuben Williams is a wharf jumper. The New Zealand Wharf Jumping Association members jump from wharfs, cliffs, and boats. Reuben shows us some of the different kinds of jumps they do. He then shows us some projects they have undertaken, what a regular outing is like, and what kinds of things you need to join.

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Building a Playground for All

BY ROB KERR
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Rob Kerr wants to revitalize Christchurch. His plans for this include significant chnages to Christchurch's waterfront property along the central river. One such plan is the world's largest playground. To design this playground, they consulted the winners of a playground design contest that over 8000 kids participated in.

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Cassels & Sons at The Tannery

BY ZAK CASSELS
@ VOL 17 ON OCT 09, 2013

Zak Cassels, his dad, and some other family members started a brewery. Just when the brewery was about to become profitable, the Christchurch earthquake hit and ruined their dreams. So instead, with the help of local residents, they turned the building into a bar.

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