North Bank magazine

Get Your Copy of the Winter North Bank Magazine!

The winter edition of North Bank magazine is out, and it’s a good one! You can find the latest copy at your favorite local retailer, restaurant, coffee house, or brewpub. It’s always free! (If it’s not there, let the owners know you’d like to see North Bank magazine in their establishment. Then drop us a line; we’ll tell you where you can pick one—or a few!—up.) You’ll find sleigh-loads of good information and fascinating articles about life on this side (ahem, the better side) of the Columbia. Here’s a preview:

  • Why downtown Longview is making a stir with new restaurants, bars, retailers and galleries
  • A review of Foodē Cafe & Catering, which offers fresh, inventive fare the local foodies love
  • A peek inside some of Vancouver’s trendiest shops: Wild Fern, Veraison, Luepke, and C’est la vie
  • An introduction to The Breathing Room yoga studio
  • Why a messy garden is good
  • Why you should use a health coach (and where to find one)

…plus holiday promotions from all-local establishments. You can also view North Bank magazine online by going to www.northbanknow.com and clicking on the North Bank magazine cover on the lower right-hand side, under the calendar listings. Happy reading!

The Winter North Bank Magazine Is Here!

NB-Winter14NBNThe new edition of North Bank magazine is hot off the presses—so hot that if you clutch it to your chest it may protect you against those icy Arctic breezes we’ve been having lately. The important thing is to find an issue so that you can clutch it to your chest: start by going to your favorite local retailer, restaurant, coffee house, or brewpub and pick up a copy. If it’s not there, demand that the establishment get a stack! I mean, ask nicely if the owners could please keep a ready supply on hand.

What’ll you find in the winter North Bank? Sleigh-loads of good information and fascinating articles about life on this side (ahem, the better side) of the Columbia. Here’s a run-down to whet your appetite:

…plus holiday promotions from all-local establishments (for example, did you know you can pick up a completely prepared Thanksgiving dinner from Simply Thyme Catering? Yup, you can. And look for the North Bank Now ad on page 17 to win a one-hour massage). You can view North Bank magazine online by going to www.northbanknow.com and clicking on the North Bank magazine cover on the lower right-hand side, under the calendar listings. Happy reading!

Fall North Bank Magazine

North Magazine Autumn CoverWhat’s wildly popular this season, goes with everything, and makes you look ten pounds thinner? Fall’s trendiest new accessory is nothing other than the latest edition of North Bank magazine. (OK, we can’t guarantee that the magazine will make you look thinner. But it WILL make you look smarter!)

You can view the entire issue online at this website—just scroll down a bit; it’s on the lower right-hand side, underneath the calendar listings—or you can get the print version for free at savvy stores, restaurants, coffee houses, and brewpubs all over Southwest Washington. You’ll also find it in doctor’s offices, business lobbies, and government buildings. If it’s not there, ask for it! New issues get snatched up faster than free coffee. And if you visit someplace that you think would look nicer with a North Bank magazine on its premises, call the Vancouver Business Journal at 360-695-3056 and we’ll invite that establishment to join our illustrious circulation list. In the meantime, here’s what you can expect to find inside North Bank magazine:

  • A sneak peek at The Grocery Cocktail & Social, opening in October in downtown Vancouver
  • Three fall drives with stunning views and unsurpassed North Bank charm
  • A closer look at Gorge Delights, makers of the two-ingredient JustFruit bars
  • Kids in the garden, both at home and at Mini Mozarts Preschool
  • Rethinking traditional education with WSU Vancouver’s 25th anniversary and yoga balls in elementary classrooms

Do you have an idea for a story, or know about something new, innovative, delicious, green, sustainable, community-minded, or just plain awesome happening on the North Bank? Contact editor Jessica Swanson at 360-695-2442 or jswanson@vbjusa.com.