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His words still resonate today. “A myth is a story that tells a sacred truth without the use of facts,”   Daniel Deardorff once said. In celebration of the third … more
Local arts consortium PT Artscape met behind the high school tennis courts on Saturday, June 3 to paint a welcoming mural on the wall of the maritime and wood shop building. Present were … more
Local ballet dancers are getting set for the 27th annual performance by Ling Hui’s dance studio, with shows at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, June 17. It will take place at Fort Worden’s … more
The Port Ludlow Art League will welcome Julie Paton as the speaker for its program meeting this month. Paton is a watercolor artist who began her artistic journey studying at the University of … more
There are two types of dancers: Those who want to dance, and those who have to dance. Matia Simmons-Reimnitz, a Port Townsend senior, is staunchly the latter. “I can’t even … more
By its very nature, a cappella choral singing relies upon the complex interweaving of individual voices to make a cohesive whole. The point is that the singers create together what they can’t … more
Rainshadow Recording welcomes bluesman Terry Robb to the Palindrome Saturday, June 10. Robb is an acclaimed fingerstyle guitarist, singer, composer, arranger and record producer. His work is … more
Golden Shoals has hit their stride following a name change in 2020 that reflects an adventurous approach to traditional American music. Over the past 10 years, Golden Shoals — made up of … more
Peninsula Fiber Artists tried something new for their current exhibit. Ten members filled identical brown paper bags with their unfinished, unwanted projects and then anonymously swapped the … more
Gail Larson is the Port Ludlow Art League’s Artist of the Month for June. Pamela Raine has earned Jeweler of the Month honors. Larson, a Signature Member of the National Collage … more
Port Townsend Gallery will cap off its exhibit in June with artworks from Loran Scruggs. The new show will also include some artistic seasoning from Anne Schneider. Scruggs and Schneider … more
Anna Tallarico atallarico@ptleader.com   D eath, despair, romance, and the beauty of the night. What is the connection between them? RainShadow Chorale is going to show … more
Generally speaking, hospitals are not always known for their morale-boosting atmosphere. But when in Port Townsend, do as the artists do: Let art heal. Forty new pieces of art were … more
Leader News Staff news@ptleader.com   Key City Public Theatre has revitalized the spirit of PlayFest from its 25-year history to present work from regional playwrights and beyond with … more
The Chimacum High School Concert Band traveled to Port Angeles High School recently to participate in the Washington Music Educators Association Regional Ensemble Contest. Organizers note that … more
The students of Olympic Peninsula HomeConnection will be presenting Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus” as their annual theater production. It will be their second year of returning live to … more
F or Lara Gaasland-Tatro, the artist behind Lara Edgeland Arts, time spent in the great outdoors has inspired the creation of jewelry and art that highlight the natural world around us. Through her … more
On e of Port Townsend’s biggest benefit concerts — the 12th annual show to benefit Ugandan AIDS orphans — is approaching soon with a collection of talented performers in tow. … more
Port Townsend artists Mark Twain Stevenson and Sara Ybarra Lopez are recasting the Venus figure in the Haller Fountain to replace a sister statue at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego. … more
The New Old Time Chautauqua will be celebrating its second annual Chautauqua Week during Rhody Fest, with a special performance by the Flying Karamazov Brothers to honor their 50th anniversary. … more
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