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By Kirk Boxleitner   Minor spoiler to start: "Drive-Away Dolls," contrary to its mildly misleading trailer, is not set in the 21st century. This matters because its period-piece … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   He’s a newcomer to Port Townsend, but Joachim Cooder is no novice to the music industry. He’s recorded with rhythm-and-blues stars such as Mavis … more
Special to The Leader   The Port Ludlow Performing Arts brings the Los Angeles-based Black Market Trust to the Bay Club on Thursday, March 7, for a 7 p.m. concert. Black Market … more
By Brian MacKenzie and Steven Woolbright   Four Chimacum High School student musicians took top honors at the North Olympic Regional Solo and Small Ensemble Festival, held at Port … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   If you’re looking to liven up your weekend, the duo of George Yount and “Chicago Bob” Longmire are offering an opportunity to pick up a musical … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Rainshadow Concerts’ ongoing series at The Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery, located at 1893 S. Jacob Miller Rd. in Port Townsend, will wrap up the month with … more
By Ethan Riker and Gary Zambor    After an upset win over Bellevue Christian, East Jefferson’s boys basketball team split its last two regular-season games to finish at .500 … more
BY RYAN WHITE   Two East Jefferson Rivals qualified and competed at this year’s Mat Classic State Wrestling Tournament in Tacoma last weekend. Mi Amada Lanphear-Ramirez … more
By Carolyn Lewis   A studio visit is an excellent way to get an inside look at an artist's creative process and gain a more intimate view of their work. Sandra Stowell's studio, just a … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Jen Lee Chapman, who simply goes by Jen Lee professionally, always knew she wanted to be an artist. It took the former aspiring oil painter a while to realize … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   The Port Townsend Film Festival is undergoing what t heir marketing and development director Keith Hitchcock deemed “a big shift” — from a single … more
By Kirk Boxleitner   Their name recalls Russian culture, but their roots and lineup of performers tie heavily into Port Townsend. Chen Pollina and Tomoki Sage, of the NANDA … more
  Contemporary folk music artist Tracy Grammer has garnered acclaim across the country and throughout her field. The Boston Globe described her as “one of the finest singers and … more
  Film submissions are now open for the 2024 Port Townsend Film Festival. This includes the festival’s new category of local short film. PTFF Executive Director Danni McClelland … more
  William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” is, by any measure, a remarkable comedy. Not only does this undeniably complex, who-is-really-whom love triangle overflow with some … more
    Dr. Tigran Arakelyan, artistic director of the Port Townsend Symphony, was recently named among the “Top 30 Professionals of the Year” by Musical America … more
    Northwind Art, the visual arts nonprofit based in Port Townsend, is searching for a new executive director to guide development of its downtown gallery spaces, as well as the … more
Welcome, Martha! Longtime arts community member Martha Worthley is the new Interim Executive Director of Northwind Art. She steps into the role following Teresa Verraes' seven years of leading … more
  For Port Hadlock band member Chris Miller, the return of The Faux Paws to the Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery on Jan. 21 represents more than just another chance to perform music he … more
Featured Artists for January 2024 are Michael Hale with acrylic paintings, and Debbie Cain with ornamental gourd carvings. Hale was born in the Pacific Northwest has been at his art since the … more
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