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Public art carries with it a utility that is often overlooked.  Whether providing a marker for a gateway or a point from which to gather, artworks designed for the purpose of public … more
A trip to Tacoma and back last Saturday provided a glimpse of life with masks as we transition from the pandemic.  We planned and failed to get up early enough to get to the monthly … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
At this stage, it is very likely that the Jefferson County Public Utility District will increase your electricity bill incrementally over the next four years.   Discussions are continuing … more
Anytime my mother would slide her favorite “The Very Best of the Eagles” CD into the car’s player, I would let out a pained sound. The tinny strums of the opening song would flutter … more
Memorial Day was certainly memorable this year with opportunities to remember those who have given their lives for this country, be reminded of the terrible treatment inflicted on minorities here in … more
Short items from the Mann with a short attention span:  — The masks are slowly — finally — coming off. And you know who’s got to be especially happy about this?  … more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
This week's toon by Nhatt Nichols. more
“Make the best of what you’ve got,” I thought as I watched my neighbor cart a wheelbarrow of rhubarb stalks towards my door. “If anyone knows what to do with abundant … more
As the effects of the pandemic continue, it is ever more important to be informed about the resources within our community. The Port Townsend Food Bank strives to help those with food insecurity and … more
As part of the First Federal Community Foundation marketing grant, the Port Townsend Main Street Program invites you to explore our culinary scene through a variety of experiences. “Passport to … more
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