The Latest / Under The Hood
‘In 2017 found myself at 64-and-a-half and no job,’ Maria Humphries says, with not a hint that she’s ready to slow down any time soon.
For most of us, Donald Trump’s bloated rhetoric on a ‘big, beautiful wall’ separating the US from Mexico is just that. But not for Ricardo Menendez March.
There’s a photo on the back wall of the Crave cafe, of the Auckland provincial rugby team from 1989, back in their glory days when the squad included 18 All Blacks.
You can know a person for years without ever really knowing them at all. Such a person is Dr Peter Haynes.
Olivia Nott knows all about the importance of family. And why wouldn’t she? Olivia not only comes from a huge family, she has seen, firsthand, how her siblings have together conquered the New Zealand music scene.
When a person starts a conversation by asking how deep we’re going to go, there’s a fair chance they have quite a story to tell.
If life was an orange, Jason Marshall’s one of those guys who could squeeze the last little drop out of it.
You just know from the way some people begin their stories that an hour isn’t going to be long enough to get far enough beneath the skin.
If filmmaker Amarbir Singh was telling the story of Morningside via the story of Crave he might begin by framing an intimate conversation around a table, where bits and pieces of the news of the day from Facebook or Twitter were thrown around as ‘facts’, before loose chatter really began...
Hannah Wood’s Story
It should come as no surprise that someone who is expert at developing delicious recipes with scientific and artistic precision has also found the recipe for doing life well.
Louise Giles hates crying in front of people. She admits it about two minutes before she starts to tear up, which she does in a way that confirms what she’s just said. She really does hate it.
There’s something of the French romance movie about Amandine Brisson-Bodio’s journey from Lyon to Morningside.