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Recycled Arts Festival offers ‘Meet the Artist’ video visits

August 6, 2021, 5:40pm Clark County Life

While the live Esther Short Park event didn’t happen this summer, you can still enjoy a version of Clark County’s popular Recycled Arts Festival through a “Meet the Artist” video series that goes live Saturday. Read story

Voodoo Doughnut plans to open a Vancouver location in this former bank building, now painted pink, near Vancouver Mall. At top, a neon sign that adorns the Voodoo Doughnut store in Portland's Old Town-Chinatown neighborhood.

Voodoo Doughnut coming to Vancouver in November

Voodoo Doughnut plans to open a Vancouver location in this former bank building, now painted pink, near Vancouver Mall. At top, a neon sign that adorns the Voodoo Doughnut store in Portland's Old Town-Chinatown neighborhood.

August 6, 2021, 6:05am Business

Portland’s landmark Voodoo Doughnut, known for its distinctive pink carryout boxes and wide range of over-the-top novelty offerings, is preparing to open a store in Vancouver. Voodoo Doughnut CEO Chris Schultz confirmed the plan this week. Read story

Chancellor Perry, right, as Dodger Blue, reacts to co-star Pablo Schreiber as Wayland in the recently released feature film, "Lorelei." (Contributed photo)

Feature film experience ‘mind blowing’ for Vancouver teen

Chancellor Perry, right, as Dodger Blue, reacts to co-star Pablo Schreiber as Wayland in the recently released feature film, "Lorelei." (Contributed photo)

August 6, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

Chancellor Perry, a 2021 graduate of Mountain View High School, said it was strange watching himself in the feature film “Lorelei” when he saw it the first time. Read story

Acorn & the Oak's house cocktails are $14.

Lakeside dining: Acorn & the Oak dining room opens for service in Camas

Acorn & the Oak's house cocktails are $14.

August 6, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

Janessa and Chuck Stoltz spent a year renovating the 1936 structure that formerly housed the Lakeside Chalet on Lacamas Lake to create Acorn & the Oak. Then the pandemic hit. The restaurant finally opened for service on Mother’s Day. With COVID-19 restaurant limits lifted, this chic spot on the lake… Read story

"Hell on Hooves" Rough Stock Rodeo comes to the Clark County Event Center Aug. 7 as part of the Family Fun Series filling in for the canceled Clark County Fair.
A love letter to New York City's skater street culture of the 1980s and 1990s, "All the Streets Are Silent" features music, interviews and fabulous skateboarding feats.

Clark County’s indie theaters hot in August

A love letter to New York City's skater street culture of the 1980s and 1990s, "All the Streets Are Silent" features music, interviews and fabulous skateboarding feats.

August 5, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

‘My, my, my! Such a lot of guns around town and so few brains!” Read story

Serve this dessert chilled or frozen, depending on how hot you are after making them.

Lovely Lemon Lush: Easy-peasy, lemon squeezy dessert bars

Serve this dessert chilled or frozen, depending on how hot you are after making them.

August 4, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

The taste of lemons is the quintessential taste of summer. (As is the taste of barbecue, the taste of ice cream, the taste of fresh berries and cherries and peaches …). However, this recipe is not so much about capitalizing on fresh lemons as it is about making something quick,… Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Up a creek with a boat that won’t float

August 1, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

Thirty years into Alaskan adventures, my husband, George, and I found ourselves up a creek without a boat — or, that, is, with a boat that wouldn’t float. Read story

Gorge yourself on Stevenson

August 1, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

Stevenson, in neighboring Skamania County, is a real “come as you are” sort of place with an easygoing vibe and more to do, see, taste and buy than can be covered in one article. Read story

President Ulysses S. Grant on vacation in Long Branch, N.J., about 1873 with his family. He's seated on a porch with his wife, Julia, and son, Jesse. When he arrived in Vancouver six years later, he appeared paunchier, but he and his wife would likely have been dressed the same.

Clark County History: Ulysses S. Grant

President Ulysses S. Grant on vacation in Long Branch, N.J., about 1873 with his family. He's seated on a porch with his wife, Julia, and son, Jesse. When he arrived in Vancouver six years later, he appeared paunchier, but he and his wife would likely have been dressed the same.

August 1, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

Ulysses S. Grant first arrived at the Columbia Barracks as a soldier in 1852 with the 4th Infantry regiment. When he returned in 1879, the post had been renamed Vancouver Barracks. He came back as a Civil War hero and a two-term ex-president after traveling the world for nearly two… Read story