Walking through the small historic garden to the entrance of Fort Vancouver, you realize: With 1,500 acres of vegetables once under cultivation there, those Hudson's Bay Co. gardeners must have needed some rakes.
Salvador Brotons stands still and gazes into space. A rare moment of silence. He's listening, inside his head, to Sergei Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo and Juliet" -- clearing away all other sounds and distractions, steadying himself, summoning the precisely right tempo.
It's back to an old-fashioned future at the Kiggins Theatre on Wednesday night -- with the sounds of rebellious robots and spooky supervillains supposedly headed for that newfangled wireless contraption in everybody's living room.
The presence of recreational marijuana stores in Vancouver and Battle Ground is finally paying off for the two cities, which received their first cut of marijuana excise tax revenue from the state this week.
Community members, well-wishers and peers on two legs and four came out en masse Tuesday evening to pay their final respects to Ike, a Vancouver Police dog killed in the line of duty earlier this month.
Online registration ends Friday for the Council for the Homeless' annual fundraising luncheon. The luncheon is noon to 1:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Hilton Vancouver Washington, 301 W. Sixth St. Although there is no cost to attend the luncheon, the nonprofit will be soliciting donations and selling raffle tickets. Doors open at 11 a.m.