News Aloft at Pearson

Confluence, in cooperation with the National Park Service at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, has created a new exhibit in the lobby of the historic Pearson Headquarters Building located just west of Pearson Air Museum at 1109 E. 5th St. The exhibit, News Aloft, focuses on the history of former Oregonian newspaper editor, Leverett G.

Clark College Jazz Festival

What’s 53 years old but still got that swing? It’s the Clark College Jazz Festival, celebrating 53 years

What’s Your Fave YA Novel?

Young Adult novels are serious business these days, and they’re read by far more fans than just the age group for which they’re written. (Ever heard of a kid named Harry Potter, for example? Or The Hunger Games? Or The Fault in Our Stars?) On Saturday, Jan. 31, you and your teen have the chance

Waterfront Trail Reopens

All of Vancouver’s popular Waterfront Renaissance Trail is now open once again, after portions of it were closed

Building Futures Scholarship

The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County is offering local students a big boost with academic scholarships—to

Music, Wine & Food at Cellar 55

Cellar 55 Tasting Room is one of many establishments participating in Drink This!, a celebration of downtown Vancouver’s

Auditions for “Is He Dead?”

Open auditions for Mark Twain’s stage play “Is He Dead?” will be held at 6 p.m. on Monday,

Vancouver Lake Half Marathon

Runners, take your places: the Vancouver Lake Half Marathon is happening from 10 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 25. Participants and spectators should meet at Vancouver Lake Park, 6801 N.W. Lower River Rd. on the far west end of Vancouver, near Frenchman’s Bar. Registration is $35 per person. This extremely flat course begins

Top Gymnasts at Rock & Roll Classic

One of Washington’s biggest gymnastics competitions is happening Friday, Jan. 23, through Sunday, Jan. 25, at the Clark