One day soon, our cars will do all the driving by themselves. Technology will be so intelligent and capable, we’ll be freed up to achieve total fulfillment through artistic creativity, better relationships and renewal of what it means to be citizens and caretakers of the future.
Right here in Vancouver, a key chapter in the history of blind people in America is coming to a quiet end. The only school in the nation — some say the world — that has taught blind and sight-impaired students the vocation of piano tuning and repair is selling off its instruments and equipment before closing its doors later this year.
What’s in Clark County’s colorful artistic water? An impressive bunch of local watercolorists has been selected for a prestigious annual international watercolor exhibit that’s now on display at the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor.