Hard-rock band strives to project its own unique sound
Listening to Danava’s music puts you into a bit of a time warp.
Convention in downtown Vancouver expected to draw record crowd
Nobody knows for sure what will happen when hordes of zombies, soldiers, mages, orcs, settlers, electricity tycoons and disgruntled post-apocalyptic office workers converge this weekend on the Hilton Vancouver Washington.
Band released three EPs before landing record deal, hit single
What: Imagine Dragons, in concert.
Food not exceptional, but atmosphere recalls a carefree time
Boppin' Bo's has been a fixture of the Clark County food scene since 2004. The family-owned diner has nine food booths at the Clark County Fair every year; the rest of the year, they serve up the greasy burgers and thick shakes that you'd expect to find at the fair. Fine dining, it isn't. But it's not supposed to be. Bo's isn't about the food, it's about the '50s.
About 100 vendors will offer their wares on opening weekend
Forget about the groundhog or the astronomical start of the season — in this town, the official start of spring is the annual opening of the Vancouver Farmers Market.
Show, workshops, more featured at Ridgefield theater
You might think the most skilled belly dancers in the world hail from countries like Egypt, Turkey and Syria, where the styles originated -- but actually, they come from America, said the organizers of a special show this weekend in Ridgefield.
Formed in 1964, South African a cappella group gained fame with Paul Simon's 'Graceland' album
Since 1964, Ladysmith Black Mambazo has brought its joyous, uplifting music from its native South Africa to the rest of the world.
Brewed Awakenings offers a good cup of locally roasted Joe and homemade pastries. Owners Todd and Sandra Gunderson’s newest location on 63rd Street and Andresen Road has a convenient drive-through, plus a spacious dining room that features a fireplace. It is a roasting location as well, where patrons will be able to view the process.
Student production tackles musical about love in time of AIDS
Acting in the Clark College production of “Rent” has been a broadening experience for James Martine, a first-semester student in the school’s theater program.
Band hopes deal with Sugar Hill Records will expand its fan base
Al Schnier, guitarist/singer of moe., recognizes the irony of his band signing a deal with Sugar Hill Records.
Welcoming cafe hits the mark with food, price, atmosphere
If you grumble at the thought of those restaurants that stop serving breakfast at 11 a.m., you may be happy to learn St. John's Cafe will accommodate your breakfast appetite up until 2 p.m.
Singer-songwriter-musician gets eclectic on new CD
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Stars of 'Walking Dead,' 'Evil Dead,' 'Buffy,' plus comic book legend Stan Lee highlight weekend event
If the zombie apocalypse starts during this weekend's Wizard World Comic Con, find Michael Rooker, fast.
Getta Gyro offers authentic, made-to-order gyro sandwiches and homemade baklava from its drive-thru kiosk seven days a week.
Clark County wineries offer tastings paired with variety of sweets in honor of Valentine's Day
If thoughts of Pacific Northwest wines bring to mind the Willamette Valley in Oregon or Columbia River Gorge, you might want to also look a little closer to home. Clark County is actually a budding scene for new craft wineries.