Julie Kendrick

Julie Kendrick

Editorial, copy and content

I write about sex, pot, beer, college and food. (Also science, medicine, food trends, nutrition, agriculture & business.) KendrickWorks.com / Julie@KendrickWorks.com / juliekendrick.skyword.com

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Sehoya2 article
cbs.umn.edu

Sex, biology and the delight of discovery: University of Minnesota

Sehoya Cotner likes to talk about sex. In fact, she talks about sex a lot. It’s all in a day’s work, after all. “The class I teach on the Evolution and Biology of Sex is a way to make biology socially and personally relevant for students, and that’s a huge goal in my teaching,” she says.

Leafline labs article
leaflinelabs.com

LeafLine Labs, medical cannabis dispensary

LeafLine Labs provides relief that can alleviate suffering and provide a better quality of life. I researched medical conditions, explained legal parameters, and wrote copy for this web site launch.

Boom island fs7 article
thelinemedia.com

Musical, multitasking microbrewers: The Line

Two professional musicians decided to open a craft brewery, and the result is the booming Boom Island Beer.

00 catersource sept ov 16 cover article
Frommer's

Top caterers' holiday plans: Catersource magazine

In an era when “what else have you got?” is the average response to that “standard” menu, caterers are amping up the creativity this time of year, looking for dishes that are the exact combination of “comfort” and “contemporary."

Picture2 article
macalester.edu

Rise to the top: Macalester Today

Flipkey founder TJ Mahony's rise from bike-riding unemployment to entrepreneurial mega-success.

Cxgarqfwmaavx14 article
scribd.com

Community Foundations: Delta Sky magazine

The word "philanthropist"
can summon images of a bewhiskered gentleman somberly cutting a ribbon for a building with his name on it. But modern philanthropists have ditched the “stuffy old guy” model and are more likely to be young professionals, successful start-up founders or multigenerational families.

Eatingwell cover 2016 september 1 issue article
scribd.com

Vegan butchers: EatingWell magazine

Aubry and Kale Walch cooked what they were hungry for, and the results have been phenomenal.

Experience life cover sept 2016 article
Experience L!fe

You’re Smarter Than Your Smartphone: Experience Life

Write something down once in a while; your brain will thank you.

Npr logo article
thisibelieve.org

The power of soup: "This I Believe" essay for NPR

I believe in the masterpieces that everyday people can create, when they’re given a chance. I believe in sharing nourishment with my friends. I believe in warm, tasty liquids on a freezing cold day. I believe in the power of soup.

Lol infographic article
landolakes.com

Land O' Lakes infographic

I researched data in multiple departments and worked closely with a graphic designer to create this multi-panel brocure/infographic.

00000000000000000000000000000000 sporting chances article
scribd.com

Have a ball: Meetings + Events magazine

You don’t need a killer arm, a world-class kick or a big league contract to enjoy a meeting or event in one of Minnesota’s premier sports venues

May 2016 cvr article
Experience L!fe

Yes, you need more magnesium: Experience Life

This mineral is one of the most critical nutrients in your diet. Are you getting enough?

Mary hanson article
mngoodage.com

Mary Hanson & the art of the interview: Good Age magazine

How Mary Hanson created the nation’s longest-running independently produced cable program — and a satisfying new career — on a whim

Eating well cover article
scribd.com

Tastemakers: EatingWell

Leah Driscoll has a novel -- and mobile -- idea to get fresh food to food deserts. Hint: she had to buy and retrofit an old city bus to get her plan in motion.

0415 mnmo april 2015 cover article
minnesotamonthly.com

College tours: Minnesota Monthly

It’s a scene playing out at college campuses across the country: a mismatched huddle of aiming-for-blasé teens and trying-not-to-be-embarrassing adults follows behind a grinning, gesticulating student guide who is managing to simultaneously walk backwards, wave to a passing roommate, and enthuse about “free” puppies brought in to reduce stress during finals week.