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A rockin' crowd at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

Film pays tribute to Central Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre

A rockin' crowd at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

July 8, 2021, 6:01am Clark County Life

Even though it was delayed for over a year, the release of a documentary film about Central Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre — a film about music and the sheer joy of togetherness — seems right on time after all. “Enormous: The Gorge Story” opens July 21 at area theaters, including Vancouver’s… Read story

David Chang, left, and Anthony Bourdain in Morgan Neville's new documentary, "Roadrunner." (Contributed by Focus Features, in association with Zero Point Zero)

What’s playing in weeks to come at Clark County’s indie theaters

David Chang, left, and Anthony Bourdain in Morgan Neville's new documentary, "Roadrunner." (Contributed by Focus Features, in association with Zero Point Zero)

July 8, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

While “Enormous” will be in wide release at local chain theaters, don’t forget that it’s also playing at Clark County’s two independent cinemas: the Liberty in Camas and the Kiggins in Vancouver. Read story

In "The Dark Divide," David Cross stars as Southwest Washington naturalist Robert Michael Pyle as he takes a journey across the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

Panel explores Gifford Pinchot in year of fires, film ‘The Dark Divide’

In "The Dark Divide," David Cross stars as Southwest Washington naturalist Robert Michael Pyle as he takes a journey across the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

October 23, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

Our own nearby Gifford Pinchot National Forest has recently taken two turns in the spotlight, for very different reasons. Read story

Based on recollections of passengers and crew, this undated FBI artist's sketch is the only educated glimpse we've ever had of Dan Cooper, who was misidentified as "D.B." in a subsequent press report.

Kiggins to host a CooperCon, new radio play about the historic crime

Based on recollections of passengers and crew, this undated FBI artist's sketch is the only educated glimpse we've ever had of Dan Cooper, who was misidentified as "D.B." in a subsequent press report.

November 21, 2019, 6:02am Clark County Life

What was sticking in D.B. Cooper’s craw, anyway? Legions of FBI agents and self-appointed sleuths wish they knew. Read story

Contest winner Jake Krack is one of the most renowned old-time fiddlers in the world, but he stays humble. "I'm not going to get cocky because there's a thousand people here better than I am, any day," he says in the film.

‘Fiddlin’ highlights youthful passion for old-time music

Contest winner Jake Krack is one of the most renowned old-time fiddlers in the world, but he stays humble. "I'm not going to get cocky because there's a thousand people here better than I am, any day," he says in the film.

September 20, 2019, 6:30am Clark County Life

Curmudgeonly grown-ups who tend to think, “Today’s darned kids don’t appreciate tradition, don’t respect elders, don’t have real human contact, just don’t get it,” would do well to check out “Fiddlin’ ” — an inspiring new documentary film that highlights young musicians mastering old-time music. Read story

Ali Richey, left, and Elaine Hendrix star in “Low Low,” a movie by Vancouver native Nick Richey.

Vancouver filmmaker feeling the high high of ‘Low Low’

Ali Richey, left, and Elaine Hendrix star in “Low Low,” a movie by Vancouver native Nick Richey.

August 29, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

Even though he didn’t have the budget to shoot here, Nick Richey knew his writing-directing debut, “Low Low,” had to be set in Vancouver, where he grew up. Read story