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‘Be nice’: Kiggins Theatre, Brothers Cascadia Brewing collaborate for 35th anniversary of cult-classic ‘Road House’

May 17, 2024, 6:09am Clark County Life

For people who love the film “Road House,” it isn’t just a movie but a way of being. I’m not talking about the recent Jake Gyllenhaal remake or the 1948… Read story

A panel of wildfire experts from around Washington discuss the issue Thursday during The Columbian Conversations: Wildfires in Southwest Washington event at Kiggins Theatre.

Franz to Vancouver audience: ‘We have got to realize that fires are now going to be an annual experience’

A panel of wildfire experts from around Washington discuss the issue Thursday during The Columbian Conversations: Wildfires in Southwest Washington event at Kiggins Theatre.

February 2, 2024, 10:51am Clark County News

Dark billowing smoke, clusters of forest engulfed in flames and charred earth. Read story

Washington State Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz talks with wildland firefighters battling the Tunnel Five Fire in the Columbia River Gorge on Thursday.

Lands commissioner Franz joins Columbian Conversations event on intensifying wildfire seasons in region

Washington State Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz talks with wildland firefighters battling the Tunnel Five Fire in the Columbia River Gorge on Thursday.

January 25, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Wildfires are growing in frequency and intensity across Washington, leaving residents in communities unaccustomed to them wondering how to live with fire. Read story

Vancouver native Mark Bittner and his many parrot friends one day in the early 2000s on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco.

Birder of Telegraph Hill: Kiggins screens parrot documentary starring Vancouver native

Vancouver native Mark Bittner and his many parrot friends one day in the early 2000s on Telegraph Hill in San Francisco.

January 25, 2024, 6:02am Clark County Life

It was big Bay Area news last summer when sea lions, the tourism darlings of San Francisco’s Pier 39 Marina, took a dive in a contest to name that city’s “unofficial-official” animal. Read story

&ldquo;People will tell you, &lsquo;My dad drank it. My grandpa drank it. So many people who live here have a connection to the Lucky Lager brewery,&rdquo; said Vancouver beer memorabilia collector Pat Franco.

‘The king of West Coast beers,’ Lucky Lager an iconic part of Vancouver’s history

&ldquo;People will tell you, &lsquo;My dad drank it. My grandpa drank it. So many people who live here have a connection to the Lucky Lager brewery,&rdquo; said Vancouver beer memorabilia collector Pat Franco.

January 12, 2024, 6:04am Clark County Life

What’s your pleasure: the X, whether bold and blocky or squished flat; the ribbonlike, elegant L; or, some smart mashup of one or more of these familiar symbols? Read story

Dynamite reduced Trojan Nuclear Power plant’s cooling tower to rubble in 2006.

Activists show, discuss nuclear documentary ‘Atomic Bamboozle’ at Kiggins in Vancouver

Dynamite reduced Trojan Nuclear Power plant’s cooling tower to rubble in 2006.

June 2, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

Get used to the phrase “small modular nuclear reactor” and its abbreviation, SMR. A global debate about this old-made-new energy idea is already heating up, with big implications for the people and environs of the Pacific Northwest. Read story

Outpost Safe Stay resident Courtney Ligman, left, chokes up thinking about the help she has received from City of Vancouver homelessness response coordinator Jamie Spinelli, right, and others on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, during The Columbian Conversations event at Kiggins Theatre.

Columbian Conversations event focuses on homelessness in Clark County

Outpost Safe Stay resident Courtney Ligman, left, chokes up thinking about the help she has received from City of Vancouver homelessness response coordinator Jamie Spinelli, right, and others on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, during The Columbian Conversations event at Kiggins Theatre.

March 2, 2023, 1:01pm Clark County News

When was the last time you had a conversation about homelessness? Read story

An artist's rendition of skyjacker D.B. Cooper, left, and a photo from the 1990s of Vince Petersen.

Week ahead of Vancouver’s CooperCon, new D.B. Cooper suspect emerges

An artist's rendition of skyjacker D.B. Cooper, left, and a photo from the 1990s of Vince Petersen.

November 11, 2022, 4:55pm Clark County News

Nearly 51 years after D.B. Cooper skyjacked a Boeing 727, parachuting out with $200,000 in ransom money, Cooper researcher and investigator Eric Ulis has identified a new suspect based on particles analyzed from Cooper’s tie: Vince Petersen. Read story

Tom Hanks and Henry Gibson discover terrible secrets in  "The Burbs" in the satirical 1989 horror-comedy.