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Podcast discusses ‘13 Reasons Why,’ C-Van passes

By , Columbian staff writer, and
, Columbian Education Reporter
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This week’s episode of Clark Talks discusses local warnings about the popular show “13 Reasons Why” and the future of C-Tran’s monthly paratransit passes.

Hosts Katie Gillespie and Dameon Pesanti discuss what local mental health professionals and educators are saying about “13 Reasons Why,” a Netflix series exploring the aftermath of a fictional teenage girl’s death by suicide.

Then, the pair discuss C-Tran’s decision to keep its monthly C-Van passes, which serve disabled riders with door-to-door service.

The Columbian’s Ashley Swanson then brings a taste of what events are coming this weekend and into next week. Events featured include:

• “Swingin’ at the Kiggins,” 7:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Kiggins Theatre, 1011 Main St., Vancouver; $15 to $18. 360-816-0352 or www.kigginstheatre.net

• 20th annual Camas Plant and Garden Fair, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Downtown Camas, Northeast Fourth Ave., Camas; free. cwplantfair.org

• Master Gardener Foundation Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. 78th Street Heritage Farm, 1919 N.E. 78th St., Vancouver; free. 360-397-6060 ext. 5706 or www.mgfcc.com

• Summer On the Mountain: “It’s A Blast,” 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Johnston Ridge Observatory, 24000 Spirit Lake Hwy, Toutle; $8 for both venues, free for ages 15 and younger. www.mshslc.org/events/#itsablast

• Science On Tap Vancouver: “We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe,” 7 p.m. Tuesday. Kiggins Theatre, 1011 Main St., Vancouver; $8 to $10 suggested donation. 360-816-0352 or www.viaproductions.org

You can find the show on Soundcloud, or subscribe for free weekly downloads on iTunes or Stitcher. Contact Pesanti and Gillespie about the podcast at podcast@columbian.com.

Columbian staff writer
Columbian Education Reporter

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