The Diner Vancouver: great eats, great cause

The Diner Vancouver: great eats, great cause

With an aim to provide more choices for senior dining, Meals on Wheels People (MOWP) recently branched out into unknown territory and the response has been encouraging.

Taking over a former Arctic Circle building, MOWP launched their foray into the restaurant business back in February. Julie Piper-Finley, director of marketing for MOWP, confirmed that The Diner Vancouver is the first of its kind in the country…

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Ragtag Revival returns to Woodland

Ragtag Revival returns to Woodland

Ragtag Revival’s Antique Show & Hootenanny is back for another year on Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28. The 10 picturesque acres of Wickering Heights in Woodland could not be a more perfect spot for antique vendors to set up their shabby, chic and everything-in-between booths.

For its fourth year running, Ragtag Revival will offer attendees a mixture of what’s trending in upcycled décor as well as tried-and-true antique pieces. Wickering Heights owner, Angela Harvey, spends the majority of her year organizing this annual event and is excited to offer a combination of vendors for 2018 that share her mantra of “gritty to pretty."

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Dinner and drinks with a side of deck seating

Dinner and drinks with a side of deck seating

When Jim VanNatta extended the Hockinson Market to include an intimate tap room back in 2016, it didn’t take long for him to realize that another expansion was a plausible follow-up move.

Converting what decades ago had been the Hockinson/Brush Prairie Post Office before it relocated to Brush Prairie sometime after World War II, VanNatta created a 10-seat tap room that immediately drew residents from this growing area of Clark County…

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Therapy dog takes on his most critical task as owner fights cancer

Therapy dog takes on his most critical task as owner fights cancer

Dogs are attention grabbers, ice breakers and all around conversation starters, but puppies have a way of warming even the most seasoned heart. Add the uniqueness of a 50-pound puppy  and an owner with an empathetic spirit and you have an unstoppable force…

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Battle Ground’s scrumptious trifecta

Battle Ground’s scrumptious trifecta

As Battle Ground continues to grow, options are increasing for a quick bite, a sweet treat and a spot to linger over a great cup of coffee and conversation. Here's a look at Earthen Cup, Battle Ground Sweet Shoppe and Dungeon Donuts — three new food destinations that opened within a mile of each other over the last eight months …

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Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse & Saloon a hole-in-one for barbecue lovers

Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse & Saloon a hole-in-one for barbecue lovers

Recently the restaurant, bar and event space at The Cedars on Salmon Creek in Brush Prairie has undergone a revitalization and emerged as Chelatchie Crossing at The Cedars. The Cedars opened in 1975 and the bucolic setting is a golfer’s paradise. The new owners look forward to sharing one of Clark County’s best-kept secrets with their barbecue-inspired menu specially designed for the Chelatchie Crossing Smokehouse and Saloon

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Every28Days brings feminine hygiene products to the homeless

Every28Days brings feminine hygiene products to the homeless

Every area of a person’s life is affected by homelessness and, while communities are sensitive to the obvious needs of those struggling on the streets, there is one everyday item that is under donated and leading to serious health concerns for women.

As costly as feminine hygiene products are, they become an outright luxury for young girls and women living on the street...

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Think Yoga for a firm fitness foundation

Think Yoga for a firm fitness foundation

Athletic apparel and footwear are notoriously on sale throughout the month of January and gyms overflow with good intentions. A few weeks later, the excitement or motivation begins to wane and, often times, an injury is the culprit.

Before you strap on a pair of running shoes, sign up for the next Boot Camp class or order the latest P90X home fitness system, it might be a better idea to just breathe...

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Wine for the holidays

Wine for the holidays

During the holiday season, there is ample opportunity for pairing wines with some of the most talked about meals of the year. Wine can be an intimidating subject but even if you buy the wrong kind you still have a bottle of wine so you’re already off to a good start...

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