Without a clear path to realizing all of those dreams, the Northern California native decided to go to college, and graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a B.A. in Media Studies in 2012.
Cannon began cooking and baking at an early age, getting very good at making macaroni and cheese waffles and just OK at cake decorating. And because every chef needs a distraction while her dishes are in the oven, she developed an unforgiving obsession with pop culture, particularly rap music and the Real Housewives franchise, of which she has not missed an episode since 2006.
All of that knowledge came in handy when Cannon landed at the award-winning weekly magazine, Vegas Seven, after college. She spent the next three years covering arts & entertainment, nightlife, dining and news, working her way from intern to Associate Editor. She has interviewed local personalities and stars such as Aziz Ansari, Ja Rule and definitely not B.J. Novak.
Friends describe Cannon as curly-haired, over-caffeinated and really-into-the-Canadian-rapper Drake. When she’s not writing or listening to music, you can find her wandering the aisles of Target for things she did not intend to buy when she walked in.
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