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With the COVID-19 crisis closing the dining rooms of restaurants across the nation, many establishments are still offering takeout and delivery. While some have limited menus and select hours, many North County restaurants are keeping their delicious offerings available to the public. Below …

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Roasted peppers, fresh garlic, vinegar and more, all smoked over Pacific Northwest wood. You’re salivating, and it’s probably because of the heat in the sauce. As I try a taste of a new creation, my mouth begins to water.

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New Year’s resolutions might come off as a bit cliché, especially if they tend to be impractical, hopeless or impossible. 

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In the early 1940s, LeRoy and Nettie Seely started a mint farm in Fargher Lake in North Clark County. 

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“This has been my dream ever since I was a kid,” Steve Dronen said as he pointed to all of the stainless steel brewing equipment inside his Ridgefield Craft Brewing Company. “I love everything about the process of brewing beer.”

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More than 40 breweries from Southwest Washington and Portland, Oregon are scheduled to be featured at the second annual Brewing Bridges festival at the Pearson Airport Museum. From 3 – 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, beer lovers can try special beers from all over the Portland Metro area while…

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Fall marks the start of football season. Gameday experiences are made even more enjoyable by hosting or attending a tailgate in the parking lot of the stadium. 

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Northwest burger chain Burgerville recently upgraded its payment processing system to allow guests to tip workers. The introduction of tips comes after Burgerville’s announcement that it will now offer additional pay for employees working on recognized holidays. 

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“Welcome to the blueberry patch,” John Morrow said as the smell of fresh blueberries blew in the summer wind. The sounds of summer echoed through over 1,400 blueberry bushes on Morrow’s BlueBerry Patch as Morrow walked me around the farm to taste-test his five different varieties of eight-ye…

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Hundreds gathered at Vancouver’s Pearson Air Museum on Saturday, May 11 to taste, enjoy and savor wines from around the area. Sixteen wineries, as well as seven restaurants, lined the perimeter of the airplane hangar on the hot 70-degree day for the launch of “Savor Southwest Washington Wine.”