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Stephen Altschuler

Vancouver author Altschuler’s ‘To Live a Life’ a manual for having a good day

Stephen Altschuler

February 24, 2023, 6:00am Clark County Life

Vancouver author Stephen Altschuler spent his 35-year career as a mental health counselor in the toughest of settings, like state prisons. He’s also the survivor of several serious health challenges, including depression and cancer. “You pick up a lot of wisdom that way,” he said. Read story

Visitors climb three flights of stairs to the top of the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Shipyard Memorial tower, alongside the Columbia River in Vancouver's Marine Park.

Memorial tower recalls Kaiser Shipyard, which changed Vancouver forever

Visitors climb three flights of stairs to the top of the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Shipyard Memorial tower, alongside the Columbia River in Vancouver's Marine Park.

February 19, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

After you’ve climbed the easy 55 steps, train your eyes on the sweeping view of the historic Vancouver waterfront and the Columbia River, not so much on the Henry J. Kaiser Shipyard Memorial itself. Read story

"Haulout" is a documentary about one lonely Siberian scientist surrounded by many thousands of walruses.

Clark County cinemas host Oscar-nominated short films

"Haulout" is a documentary about one lonely Siberian scientist surrounded by many thousands of walruses.

February 16, 2023, 6:08am Clark County Life

The new sci-fi blockbuster “Avatar: The Way of Water” clocks in at three hours, 12 minutes. The unlikely Oscar favorite “Everything Everywhere All at Once” crosses its finish line after two hours, 19 minutes. Read story

"Sherlock Holmes: Deathly Relics" is the eighth Sherlock Holmes novel by Sam Siciliano of Vancouver.

Vancouver author publishes 8th Sherlock Holmes novel

"Sherlock Holmes: Deathly Relics" is the eighth Sherlock Holmes novel by Sam Siciliano of Vancouver.

February 9, 2023, 6:04am Clark County Life

Some fictional characters are just too great to fade away. Look no further than Batman, James Bond, the Wicked Witch of the West and the original crew of the Starship Enterprise. Read story

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Doctors in the gray Northwest say getting some Vitamin D is a good idea

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February 7, 2023, 6:04am Clark County Health

Remember how, in “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” the answer to all things turned out to be the number 42? Read story

Jacob Crabtree, left, Bianca Flores and Keilene Brown are Enspire Arts' 2022-23 scholarship recipients and arts ambassadors.

Scholarships from Clark County nonprofits boost young artists

Jacob Crabtree, left, Bianca Flores and Keilene Brown are Enspire Arts' 2022-23 scholarship recipients and arts ambassadors.

February 2, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

In a growing area like this one, it’s pretty typical for performers to volunteer their services. They’re motivated by ambition and joy, not by profit. And when it comes to student actors, parents often must pay registration or other fees before their kids can appear in plays staged by local… Read story

Picture postcards enjoyed a golden age in the first decade of the 20th century, and the Frank Matsura Photographic Studio in Okanogan sold lots and lots of them. (Contributed by Beth Harrington/"Our Mr.

‘Our Mr. Matsura’: Clark County filmmaker developing project on Washington photographervideo icon

Picture postcards enjoyed a golden age in the first decade of the 20th century, and the Frank Matsura Photographic Studio in Okanogan sold lots and lots of them. (Contributed by Beth Harrington/"Our Mr.

January 29, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

Everybody in Okanogan called him Frank. Just Frank. Some still do, although they never met him. Read story

Vancouver's Land Bridge, photographed from above when it was new in 2008.

Bridge to forgotten voices: Confluence publishes field guide to explore Vancouver landmark

Vancouver's Land Bridge, photographed from above when it was new in 2008.

January 26, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

What do you think the banks of the Wimahl River — now generally known as the Columbia — looked and sounded like to explorers Lewis and Clark over 200 years ago? And what do you think the same site might look like 200 years from now? Read story

With the right gear and preparation, you can enjoy hiking even in winter.

Hiking experts offer tips on where to go in Washington, what to bring outdoors

With the right gear and preparation, you can enjoy hiking even in winter.

January 22, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

It may be cold and wet. But the outdoors are still pretty great. Read story

Vancouver Master Chorale offers scholarships

January 19, 2023, 5:59am Clark County Life

The Vancouver Master Chorale is accepting applications for its 2023 Youth Vocal Scholarship. Read story