Lineup has changed through the years, but dedication to lively shows remains
Be ready for instant action when Reel Big Fish takes the stage — no matter where or when.
Battle Ground restaurant has it all: great food, good service, reasonable prices
Old Town Burger & Breakfast opened at its new location, just steps away from its former digs, on Dec. 26, offering more seating and elbow room with the same friendly service and excellent food that has given the family-style restaurant a superb reputation in the community.
Bag the tie and coffee mug, and treat dear old dad to a day of hiking, disc golf, or food and fun
Father’s Day gifts don’t always need to be a ‘World’s Greatest Dad’ mug or a fabulously comical necktie. Celebrate dads, father figures and grandfathers of all kinds by doing something together this weekend. Time well spent on memories, from seeing a movie to playing a round of disc golf, can be worth more than any gift card.
Duo continues 30-year partnership with 16th album, 'Nanobots'
When "Nanobots" arrived in March, it marked the 16th album the duo of John Flansburgh and John Linnell has released as They Might Be Giants over their 30-year partnership.
All-volunteer effort consistently produces award-winning Rose Festival entries
Battle Ground's float appears in both the Grand Floral Parade and in Harvest Days, which is a local celebration in July. Because of that, the materials have to last about a month, which can sometimes be challenging.
Beacon Rock Pub and Grill opened in January 2013. The space was formerly occupied by Evergreen Pie Way. Although the dimensions of the restaurant have not changed, the face has undergone a major transformation.
Nuestra Mesa, which translates to Our Table, is in its third year of business in downtown Camas. Committed to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients and meat and fish from Draper Valley Farms, Cascade Natural, Carlton Farms and Newman’s Fish Co., Nuestra Mesa begins each Mexican dish with the highest quality.
Heavy Metal band’s lead singer exonerated after being accused of manslaughter in Prague
At this time last summer, everything seemed to be on track for Lamb of God. The band had released its latest album, “Resolution,” in December 2011, and the album had been greeted by favorable reviews, with some calling it the best album of the group’s two-decade career.
A host of summer running events kick off this weekend
If your upcoming plans include getting bombarded with multi-colored corn starch, following instructions from a mystery envelope or crawling under barbed wire — you just might be a Clark County runner.
New Battle Ground restaurant serves new styles, classic favorites
Uncle D's Wood Fired Pizza recently opened in Battle Ground Village. It is a family-friendly, casual dining restaurant that serves wood-fired pizza in a rustic setting that has the fluidity of modern efficiency.
Soulful pop band plays Portland Rose Festival on Sunday in support of 'bold' new album
When Fitz and the Tantrums headlines a show Sunday at the Portland Rose Festival, chances are the band won't be caught off guard the way it was when headlining opportunities started coming its way after the release of the 2010 debut album, "Pickin' Up The Pieces."
A bit of acting was required when our official state ship, the Lady Washington, played the role of the H.M.S. Interceptor in “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
Event organizer’s children provide ideas, assistance for kids event with construction equipment
Ranee Nutter relies on some expert help as she plans the kids construction playground that is Dozer Day. Each year, her two children — Jerry, 16, and Sammi, 13 — help her create new attractions at the two-day event, she said.
Extensive menu is worth exploring to find some gems
In its fifth year, Talay Thai is a popular restaurant for the neighborhood surrounding the Padden Market Center. The extensive menu offers a wide range of options for take-out or dining in. The restaurant also caters.
New guitarist, who also served as producer on latest album, brought new ideas to table
Cold War Kids fans will know that things were different for the band in making its new CD, "Dear Miss Lonelyhearts," because of a significant lineup change — with guitarist Jonnie Russell being replaced by Dann Gallucci.