Dana Halferty

Dana Halferty is a lifestyle and adventure photojournalist who can most often be found in a hot spring or writing music when she isn’t telling stories through photographs. Invite her on a roadtrip, offer up a negroni or talk to her about the ocean and you might be her next best friend. You can follow her on instagram @danahalferty.

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Aw, Shucks: Harvest Your Own Oysters With an Expert Forager

Highway 101 along the Hood Canal in Washington makes for a winding drive, tracing the coastline with misty […]

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Stick-and-Poke Tattoo Culture Isn’t What You Think

If the term “stick-and-poke” conjures images of regretful drunken evenings that end with college roommates scratching peace signs […]

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Why We Need to Stop Thinking of Our Clothing as Disposable

What do you do with clothes you can’t donate? Despite the fact that nearly 100 percent of textiles are […]

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Is Tarot the Answer to Your Break With Spirituality?

Many of us grew up sitting in a church, mosque or synagogue alongside our families. But while 59 […]

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One Grateful Greyhound, With 6,000 More Racing to Be Adopted

Greyhound racing seems to be racing into obscurity. In November, Florida residents voted to end the sport in […]

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Why Indoor Plants are a Trend You Should Buy Into

‘Tis the season of binging Netflix and avoiding the frigid outdoors. But with 90 percent of our lives spent inside, according […]