Under the moniker Here There Studio, Lizzy Karp and Ken Tsui dream up and execute out-of-the-box, one-off events designed to bring like-minded people together in a casual, fun, and often bizarre environment.
While the word “donation” usually conjures images of tattered, ripped books drudged up from the basement, this project operates under the premise that every kid should have the opportunity to breathe in that new-page smell.
There was a time when juicing was touted as a last ditch effort by desperate dieters, or the grassy liquid accompaniment to “extreme” healthy lifestyle choices. The game, though, has changed in Vancouver, and during the last few years, a gaggle of health-focused entrepreneurs has given juiceries some serious street cred.
It wasn’t until three years ago that Vancouver had its first cold-pressed juice business. Rolling around town, the city quickly became familiar with the bright pink wagon known as the Juice Truck. Now, founders Zach Berman and Ryan Slater have opened the doors to their first permanent storefront.