Rhiannon Corby is a journalist, shameless novelty seeker, and artist writing for GALO’s Food and Travel section as well as Artists of the Week. Growing up in the throws of the alternative arts culture of Santa Cruz, California, Rhiannon started her journalism career as a reporter at the Santa Cruz Sentinel newspaper. Since then, she’s dabbled in graphic design, sustainable business politics, and the specialty coffee industry, but has repeatedly found her way back to arts and food journalism. After earning her B.A. from Wesleyan University, she moved to France where she currently works as a teacher and freelance writer, but her heart lies in the Bay Area where she one day hopes to settle. When not working, she spends her time hunting down the weirdest ice cream flavors she can find and playing the ukulele.
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