Tuesday, August 4, 2020
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Anyone can be in ‘hiking shape’

August 2, 2020, 6:03am Life

SPOKANE — There’s this term I keep hearing from friends when I ask them to go for walks in the woods. Read story

What’s up with Howie Han nickname?

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Entertainment

On the series “9-1-1,” the character Howie Han, played by Kenneth Choi, is nicknamed Chimney. Have they revealed yet how he got that nickname? If they have, I missed it. Read story

Everybody has a Story: A hard day’s night back in Sixty-Four

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

We didn’t set out to see the Beatles. And we didn’t, even though we were right there at the concert. Read story

Women embrace #challengeaccepted; critics question the point of social media campaign

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Life

CHICAGO — “Challenge accepted,” they wrote — female Instagram users across the United States, flooding the photo-sharing app with black-and-white images. Together they formed a grid of millions of magazine-style captures of celebrities, spur-of-the-moment selfies and filtered snaps from weddings or other special occasions. The official goal: a show of support for other women. Read story

Coastal areas are extra inviting from horseback

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Life

ASTORIA, Ore. -- Horses have been a part of Northwest history, from pulling covered wagons along the Oregon Trail to hauling logs through luscious forests. Today, their uses tend to be in recreation or tourism. On the North Coast of Oregon there are countless opportunities to spend time on horseback, no matter your experience or skill level. Read story

Barbie shuts down Trump Jr.’s tweet about campaign dolls

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Life

Barbie for president! Read story

Alicia Keys produced PBS documentary on Black female entertainers

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Entertainment

Alicia Keys will do her part in paying homage to legendary Black female entertainers who came before her in an upcoming PBS documentary. Read story

Shelton, Willard receive posthumous Emmy nods

August 2, 2020, 6:02am Entertainment

When the 72nd Emmy Awards nominations were announced Tuesday morning, director Lynn Shelton and actor Fred Willard were posthumously recognized for their work. Read story

Check it Out: You can color yourself happy

August 2, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

Well, it’s officially August, and the world is still a crazy place. When we started to see the pandemic take hold in Washington in March, I thought everything would be back to normal by the summer. Now that we’re in the final weeks of summer, I have to wonder if normalcy (in this case I define “normalcy” as the pre-COVID-19 world), is ever going to return? Thinking this way stresses… Read story

Clark County History: First Chinese American woman pilot

August 2, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

In 1934, Leah Hing (1907-2001) became the first Chinese American woman to earn a pilot’s license. Read story