When Home Stops Looking Like Home: The Story of Havelock

As more stores close in our small community, we wonder if things will ever be the same.

The Beat to Free Your Soul: City and Colour in Moncton

Have you ever had a song move you in a profound way? Have you ever heard the powerful strum of the guitar or the instinctual beat of the drum and feel a pulsating rhythm respond deep inside your chest? That's exactly how City and Colour made me feel, and in a sea of people with cameras in hand trying to capture a moment they were ironically missing, it was during their song "Hope for Now" that we all seemed to stop and collectively stand in awe of what was transpiring on stage. Because in that moment, that's exactly what we all had: Hope for now.

What It Feels Like to Graduate University

It’s that time of year again: Time for hard-working students near and far to celebrate the laborious hours of polishing off unfinished essays, cramming for final exams and feverishly taking notes during lecture halls, all finally paying off. It’s the day you get your university degree. While graduation marks the end of your four years … Continue reading What It Feels Like to Graduate University

#HearUsRoar: Are You Woman Enough for the Challenge?

Are you ready to be a part of an international challenge that celebrates women? March 8th is International Women's Day and The Here and Wow has decided to take part in an active way. We want to know what being a woman means to you. How does it make you feel? What has it taught … Continue reading #HearUsRoar: Are You Woman Enough for the Challenge?

11 reasons cousins make the best friends

“I never met my cousins.” To hear this statement baffles me. To think there are people in this world who have no idea what it means to have a relationship with their cousin breaks my heart. I know I would be completely lost if I didn’t have mine to grow up with. There really is … Continue reading 11 reasons cousins make the best friends