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    In recent years, Martin Scorsese has gained a bit of a reputation as a cranky old man, telling the kids to get off his lawn, through his well-publicized condemnations of the … more
    The second-annual Quilcene Fiber Festival set records as one of the largest gatherings in South Jefferson County, according to the Quilcene Historical Museum, which hosted the … more
Bry Kifolo’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s 1887 short story, “The Canterville Ghost” is an unexpectedly poignant tribute to the original comedy. Bolstered by the direction … more
A crooked road brought Bill Porter to the world of Chinese poetry translation. At the end of his military stint in Germany, Porter was called in, to see his Sergeant Major. “He told … more
“Against the Grain: Creation Through Destruction” premiers this month at Port Townsend Gallery and features woodworker Martha Collins and printmaker Phil Carrico. “While most … more
Susan Martin-Spar, who works with oils and pastels, and Linda Marie Kempe who designs hats, bags, and accessories, are this month’s featured artists at Gallery 9, Katy Morse reported. … more
This week I had the pleasure of visiting with artist Suzzanne Stangel at her studio and learning a bit more about her work with driftwood. I am always impressed when an artist’s studio is so … more
‘Encounters’ makes case for UFOs, ‘The Continental’ explores the world of ‘John Wick’ Spending the week after the Port Townsend Film Festival in quarantine, … more
  My first Port Townsend Film Festival was in 2016, and my first marathon review of the Film Festival for the Port Townsend Leader was in 2017. This year has brought some especially welcome … more
  A rabbit got into the well and died, putrefying what the family needed to stay alive. “They put my grandmother, at age six, down in the well.” That’s how … more
Current Civic Poet of Seattle Shin Yu Pai knows disconnect. But she also knows belonging. “My interest in writing poetry stemmed from finding that language in which I could express … more
Nightfall at Point Wilson is usually a quiet affair. Visitors disappear from the path to the lighthouse. The breeze and the surf blur the day's footprints. The sky behind the lighthouse shifts to a … more
When curating a gallery, Chicago artist Mary O'Shaughnessy believes each piece of art should have breath around it: “You look at a piece, walk away, take a breath and then see another one.” more
In her attic studio, lined with bundles of willow, Mo Walrath builds “soul boats.”  They’re long caskets, vessels to hold loved ones. For this weaver, making them is an … more
Youth Education in Arts (YEA) Music Camp round two is scheduled from Monday, Aug. 7 through Friday, Aug. 11 at Swan School in Port Townsend.  Students in grades entering 5 through 12 will … more
  Key City Public Theatre’s final weekend of Shakespeare in the Park brings a new play to the Chetzemoka Park stage: “Sometimes the Rain, Sometimes the Sea,” Julia … more
Olympic Peninsula native Roger Ferguson has accumulated half a century of experience in bluegrass music, and estimates he’s played in Port Townsend and Jefferson County “countless … more
Olympic Peninsula native Roger Ferguson has accumulated half a century of experience in bluegrass music, and estimates he’s played in Port Townsend and Jefferson County “countless … more
I’m daydreaming of a world tour of cucumber salad as I water my garden. It’s on my bucket list to grow all thirteen cucumbers from my favorite seed company — “Renee’s … more
 There was quite an impressive paean to a PT theatre —  on Page 1 — of The Seattle Times recently ... more
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