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We tell stories — stories that serve our clients and some that simply scratch an itch for the world around us.

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The Perfect Internship for a Curious Mind

April 27, 2015

By: Avery Williamson

Tags: Get Into the Story

When I was younger, I was one of those stereotypical “Why?” toddlers, constantly demanding my parents provide further clarification on almost everything.

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A Writer and Her Lunchbox

April 15, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Tags: Get Into the Story

If you want to learn more about Signal Hill’s new associate editor, Chelsea Richardson, take a look at the lunchbox she brings to work.

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Bridging the Gap with Signal Hill's Brice Smith

April 15, 2015

By: Pamela DeLoatch

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Words have always helped Brice Smith connect with the world. Now he uses his own talent with words to help others connect as well.

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Music and Memory Straight from the Vine

April 15, 2015

By: Chelsea Richardson

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

Everyone has a song that takes them back to a special moment — dancing with their first love on prom night, a mother whistling as she stirs cake batter, or a family vacation with the kids singing in the back seat.

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Docent Shares Passion for Coastal Beauty

April 15, 2015

By: Cheryl Sadgrove

Client: ABHOW

Services: Photography, Writing

The hiking trails surrounded by clear blue water drew Lori Lewis to Point Lobos State Natural Reserve on the California coast. The marine life, shorebirds and rugged coastal terrain kept her coming back.

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Senior Correspondent: Charles Bayer

April 15, 2015

By: Chelsea Richardson

Tags: Get Into the Story

“Religion — A Blessing or a Curse?” “Who Keeps Them Poor and Unemployed?” “Has Racism Really Disappeared?” A quick sweep through his headlines proves that Charles Bayer doesn’t shy away from asking difficult questions.