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Call Oregon hotline to hear a poem anytime

April 15, 2022, 5:59am Clark County Life

In honor of National Poetry Month, Oregon poet laureate Anis Mojgani created the Daily Tele-Poems Telephone Line. Every day during the month of April, callers can dial 503-928-7008 to hear poems read by Mojgani and former Oregon poet laureates Paulann Petersen, Kim Stafford and Elizabeth Woody, accompanied by soothing music.… Read story

Teirsa Belvin, left, and Dana Walkinshaw, center, negotiate their purchases of some furniture at the NW’s Largest Garage Sale in 2018.
Whether served as a sandwich, in a wrap or eaten straight out of the bowl, this chicken salad is full of sweet surprises.

Sandwiches on the Sweet Side

Whether served as a sandwich, in a wrap or eaten straight out of the bowl, this chicken salad is full of sweet surprises.

April 13, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

When my husband, Simon, and I were just married, he worked in Hollywood as an assistant director on low-budget films. “Low budget” at that time didn’t mean $5 million as opposed to $50 million. It meant a budget in the mere thousands, 18-hour workdays and deferred pay, assuming the movie… Read story

VSO accepts applications for Young Artists Competition

April 12, 2022, 4:53pm Clark County Life

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra is accepting applications from all 50 states for its 28th Annual Young Artist Concerto Competition. Read story

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Get your fill of Easter fun: Have an egg-citing time at Clark County egg hunts

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April 10, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

If spring is your thing, then this is an especially good season to celebrate. It’s been a long, dismal winter on many counts, but nature has continued on its optimistic course, nursing bulbs and buds that are now bursting into flower. The daffodils remind us that it’s time for hope… Read story

Clark County Open Studios Tour accepting applications for fall tour

April 7, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

The Clark County Open Studios Tour is accepting applications for artists who wish to open their studios for public tours on Nov. 5 and 6. Read story

Kindred Homestead Supply hosts The Downtown Alley Flea Market on the second Saturday of each month, March through October.
This easy, tasty sauce has zucchini, mushrooms, peppers, carrots, onions and garlic. Let it simmer for a good long while so the flavors mingle.

More IS Merrier: One-pot pasta sauce makes use of all your veggies

This easy, tasty sauce has zucchini, mushrooms, peppers, carrots, onions and garlic. Let it simmer for a good long while so the flavors mingle.

April 6, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

Do you have vegetables? When put that way, it kind of sounds like an ailment: “Help! I’m suffering from acute broccoliosis! My cauliflower is acting up! And my rutabaga is aching like the dickens!” While it’s true that some folks may avoid vegetables as though they’re a disease, I can’t… Read story

Each of the Briar Rose Inn's four rooms is different. This is the Hemingway Room, where the Kettenrings' young boys slept when they owned the home in the early 1900s.

Retirement rosy at Briar Rose Inn in downtown Vancouver

Each of the Briar Rose Inn's four rooms is different. This is the Hemingway Room, where the Kettenrings' young boys slept when they owned the home in the early 1900s.

April 3, 2022, 6:02am Business

After all the kerfuffle of the past century — world wars, depressions and recessions, political drama and pandemics — you might be ready to escape to a kinder, gentler era, when TikTok was the sound of a clock and screen time meant looking out the window. Vancouver couple Sallie and… Read story

Joseph Bailey of Vancouver takes a seat near the new "Bramble" mural by artist Jane Degenhardt in downtown Vancouver on Monday. The new 30-foot mural is one of the first public art pieces to come to fruition under Vancouver's new Arts, Culture and Heritage Commission.

Try This: Mural tour, First Friday, Auto Swap meet

Joseph Bailey of Vancouver takes a seat near the new "Bramble" mural by artist Jane Degenhardt in downtown Vancouver on Monday. The new 30-foot mural is one of the first public art pieces to come to fruition under Vancouver's new Arts, Culture and Heritage Commission.

March 31, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

Five things to do this week Read story