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Bobby Herron

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Bobby Herron went from a career as a songwriter and recording artist to the catering business in Vancouver to a three year adventure as co-owner of a bar in Prague shortly after the Velvet Revolution.

Since moving to the Comox Valley in the late nineties, he has written for a number of grass roots publications including BC Musician Magazine. He formed a band with a redhead known as Meaghan Cursons and proceeded to play and volunteer at festivals and eventually helped form a team of co-producers to present Elevate Arts Festival in downtown Courtenay.

As vice-president of the CV Community Arts Council he works to help support, promote and elevate the arts i

n the Valley. He is currently working on a plan to incorporate his four year old daughter into his latest music project.


Volume

11

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As You Like It

Words & Photos by Bobby Herron
As You Like It Products & Catering epitomizes the farm-to-table approach to food production and service. Chef, caterer, and food producer Laura Agnew believes...

Volume

10

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Merville Organics

Words by Bobby Herron
Photos by Arzeena Hamir
Merville Organics is a food grower cooperative made up of several Comox Valley farms including Amara Farm, Ripple Farm, and Kloverdalen Farm. Their focus is...

Volume

8

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Market Innovators: Lentelus Organics

Words By Bobby Herron
Photos By Jenn Dykstra
In these days of shifting consciousness around food production and consumption, it’s encouraging to meet a young person with a fresh and inspired approach to...

Volume

6

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Art Alchemy

Words By Bobby Herron
Photos By Karen McKinnon
Artists in the Comox Valley create and cultivate a vibrant studio/gallery.     Not so long ago, before real estate prices in Vancouver...

Volume

5

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Inspired By Sound

Words By Bobby Herron
Gallery Photos By Ron Pogue
Two of Cumberland’s citizens build a legacy of music from behind the stage.     It was a moment that I knew I would cherish long after...

Volume

2

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Elevation

Words By Bobby Herron
Photos By Ron Pogue
The streets and alleys of downtown Courtenay look considerably different in the first week of June. It could be the aerialists suspended from a crane, the...

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