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The featured artists for December at the Port Townsend Gallery are jewelers Andrea Guarino-Slemmons, Kristen Wade, Addy Thorton, and Shirley Moss. Guarino-Slemmons loves to be outside with nature, … more
A cute and very polite panda asks the other animals he comes across if they would like a doughnut. A canny canine finds himself in a colorful dream about numbers and must calculate a way … more
Everyone knows champions play through the pain. And although this year has been pretty painful, the musical members of the Port Townsend High School orchestra are working around the restrictions and … more
It’s not your grandmother’s ball, and gowns are most definitely optional. Though the doors of the Jefferson County Library are closed to the public, many services are being offered … more
The Jefferson County Historical Society will host a special holiday edition of the popular History Happy Hour program at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18. Presented via the videoconferencing platform Zoom, … more
News on the national scale seems pretty bleak but around Port Townsend it’s already been beginning to look a lot like Christmas. A contingent of PT Main Street Program decorators were … more
For Port Townsend artist Mary O’Shaughnessy the world is flat. Her vision, however, is multilayered. Because despite being blind in one eye and possessing virtually no depth perception, … more
Obviously, there was nothing personal about it. But still, if your entire goal was to bring people together and then an unexpected pandemic (is there any other kind?) came along that necessitated … more
Things are looking up. Literally. Sunsets, storm clouds, fantasy skies and more aerial art are the subjects of an online workshop to be taught by Kari Feuer and presented by Port Townsend … more
No reason this whole pandemic thing can’t be stylish, right? That’s the philosophy behind the designs found on masks made by local artist Marty David, now available for sale ($14.95) … more
The film career of the late, great Tupac Shakur is frustrating to consider, fraught with promising peaks and disappointing dells alike. One longs to see the career that might have been. In many … more
Real old age starts when one begins looking backward rather than forward, to paraphrase writer May Sarton. And the fine folks of Frye Art Museum and Centrum couldn’t agree more, hence the … more
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