Month: November 2015

Latte Da Coffeehouse and Wine Bar offers nostalgia and comfort for the soul

It was a cold and rainy day and I was looking for a warm spot to get a hot bowl of soup and read. I did some research on local cafes and found the website for Latte Da Coffeehouse and Wine Bar. Latte Da is located on east 39th Street near Main Street in a […]


Organizing the Arts for Successes

Last week I attended a forum for New Community Visions for the Arts hosted by Americans for the Arts. Those who listen to National Public Radio might recognize Americans for the Arts as donors mentioned between segments. From my assigned reading for the event I learned this organization is over fifty years old and was […]

Khun Jo’s — Try a Little Tenderness

Khao man gai is the Thai version of Hainanese chicken rice.  This steamed chicken and rice dish is extremely popular in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.  The Thai version, Khao man gai, translates as oiled rice with chicken.  To make this dish, a whole chicken is simmered in water with salt, sugar, garlic, ginger, and […]


Meet Local Singer/Songwriter Jeffrey Graham

Clark County is home to very talented young artists, and singer Jeffrey Graham is one example.  Graham attended the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, including two years of choir. He also took a few years of piano lessons, and then self-taught guitar. With the goal of making a career in music as a performer, […]

How Clark County college football players fared, Week 10

Here’s how Clark County players fared on the college gridiron this weekend: 2015 Clark County College football players * — has used redshirt year Carroll College Last week: Lost to Rocky Mountain College 21-13 to fall to 4-5 both overall and in the Frontier Conference. William Noce-Sheldon, Seton Catholic, Fr., QB – Will likely redshirt. […]


Honoring our Founding Mothers in “Heart and Stone”

The very busy Vancouver Downtown Association decided to do a fresh public art piece many months ago. The process of developing and implementing a project like this takes a commitment from employees, volunteers, artists, and donors. From concept to construction to installation, it is a loving labor- a gift from one group of people to […]

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