By Mary Ann Albright for The Columbian
January 14, 2012 6 a.m.
Vancouver fashion designer Seth Aaron Henderson was in New York City during filming for the “Project Runway All Stars” premiere and saw portions of the episode unfold live. However, he didn’t know the results until he watched it on television like everyone else.
Eric Edelstein, 34, a Vancouver native and Hollywood actor, will guest star as the supernatural "Ogre" on tonight's (Friday, Jan. 13) episode of "Grimm," the NBC hit television series filmed in Portland.
Camas — Native son Jimmie Rodgers performed two 90-minute concerts at Journey Community Church on Sept. 25, to benefit Loaves and Fishes and its Meals on Wheels program.
Rodgers, born in Camas in 1933, learned music from his mother and became a chart-topper in the late 1950s and early 1960s with hits such as “Honeycomb,” “Oh-Oh, I’m Falling In Love Again” and “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine.”
Changes to how Americans watch television could have profound consequences for an actor, musician and writer from Battle Ground.
Jonathan Jackson, who had a six-year run on “General Hospital” beginning when he was 11, returned to the show in 2009 to reprise the role of Lucky Spencer, a part he originated.
When former Vancouver resident José Rubio agreed to sing the national anthem at an event at the Santa Barbara, Calif., Polo & Racquet Club, he had no idea that he’d be performing for royalty.
A few weeks before the charity polo match, which took place Saturday, Rubio learned that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would be in attendance, and that Prince William would be playing in the match.
When it comes to political cartoons, there’s a fine line between pushing the envelope enough to interest people and being so edgy that newspapers won’t run your work.
It’s a line Battle Ground cartoonist and artist Monte Wolverton has walked for the past 15 years. His left-leaning cartoons are syndicated to more than 850 newspapers worldwide, including The Columbian. They appear in the Daily News Los Angeles and in 100-200 other papers each week, and have run in the Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post.
Miss Washington USA Angelina Kayyalaynen may not have placed at the Miss USA Pageant, but it was still a once-in-a-lifetime experience for the 21-year-old Camas resident.
“After the pageant is over and done with, only one girl wins, but what you take away are the memories and the friendships you make with the people you meet there,” Kayyalaynen said.
It was an extra special Father’s Day for Battle Ground actor, musician and writer Jonathan Jackson. He nabbed his fourth Daytime Emmy Entertainment Award, and brought his two older children on stage with him to accept it.
The 38th annual Emmys were Sunday in Las Vegas, and Jackson, 29, won in the Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category for his portrayal of Lucky Spencer on the ABC soap opera “General Hospital.”
Battle Ground’s Jonathan Jackson, 29, has won a Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award for his portrayal of Lucky Spencer on the ABC soap opera “General Hospital.”
Jackson previously won three Daytime Emmys for the role, which he originated at age 11. He left “General Hospital” in 1999, and the part of Lucky was recast. Jackson reprised the role in October 2009.
Battle Ground — Battle Ground’s Jonathan Jackson, 29, has been nominated for his eighth Daytime Entertainment Emmy Award for his portrayal of Lucky Spencer on the ABC soap opera “General Hospital.”
Jackson has already won three Daytime Emmys for the role, which he originated at age 11. He left “General Hospital” in 1999, and the part of Lucky was recast. Jackson reprised the role in October 2009.