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After moving to Port Townsend from Seattle over the summer, Casey Buck wanted to find and join a local chess club. But there were none to be found. more
A holiday tradition continues as Port Townsend’s own Christmas musical, “Spirit of the Yule,” returned for its third year with an opening gala Dec. 7 at Key City Public Theater. more
Since he moved to Port Townsend in 1972, Steven R. Johnson has documented everything that has caught his eye on film. The prolific photographer and painter is especially interested in railroads and ships. more
Vocalist and violinist Kathryn Claire, who performs harmonic folk-pop music, will appear in two upcoming concerts. more
After 31 years on the job, Kathy Stevenson, director of family ministry at Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, is hanging up her hat. more
It’s difficult to give an unfavorable review to a film that’s well-acted and brings attention to a social issue that deserves our concern, but I’m going to do it. more
For Nan-Toby Tyrrell, spreading joy one musical note at a time is what the holiday season is all about. more
About three years ago, Port Townsend’s Lora Wood was working in her newly opened restaurant, Quench Waterfront Kitchen & Bar, when she noticed someone watching her. more
For all the folks who grouse about “forced diversity” in genre films, director and co-writer Steve McQueen’s “Widows” is a perfect example of how a clever, clockwork little heist flick can become thematically richer and more dramatically powerful simply by expanding its casting beyond the standard lineup of white-guy actors. more
Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair set for Dec. 8-9 The 32nd annual Chimacum Arts and Crafts Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 8-9 at Chimacum High School, 91 West Valley Road, in … more
The works of several Port Ludlow artists will be on display this month in the lobby of the Port Ludlow Sound Community Bank as part of the “Artist of the Month — Winter Group Show” organized by the Port Ludlow Art League (PLAL). The bank and gallery are located at the corner of Oak Bay Road and Osprey Ridge Drive. more
During the 2018 Festival of Wreaths, $16,500 was raised for the Jefferson Healthcare Foundation. “This funding builds upon a generous grant from the First Federal Community Foundation awarded to Jefferson Healthcare Foundation to procure new equipment for Jefferson Healthcare’s Family Birth Center,” said Kris Becker, Jefferson Healthcare Foundation executive director. “This is all part of our vision for a healthy, resilient future for everyone, right here at home.” more
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