Arts and Entertainment
968 results total, viewing 1 - 12
I missed seeing the biopic “Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am” during its initial run at the Rose Theatre, so when the Rose brought it back, to commemorate Morrison’s passing earlier this month, I not only knew I needed to see it, but I also knew who I needed to see it with. more
In the days leading to the inaugural THING music festival at Fort Worden this weekend, Port Townsend artists, musicians and venues will participate in a rocking pre-game party stretching across the city: Soundcheck. more
Quilcene Food Bank is in need of a dedicated and independent facility to operate out of, something that will take at least $400,000 to accomplish, said Boardmember Deisy Bach. more
When Miles Okazaki was attending high school in Port Townsend, some of his favorite memories include learning musical theory from a man living in a cabin in the woods. more
It all begins with a big pile of scrap metal sitting just outside of Liz Reutlinger’s garage in Quilcene. From that rusty heap has emerged glorious bird baths, a series of garden art on prominent display during the Northwind Arts Center Annual FUNctional ART FUNdraiser show and sale. more
With the O’Meara Performing Arts Academy bowing out in June, Jennifer Hardesty was concerned budding ballet dancers would no longer have access to the instruction they need to flourish as performers. more
Washington State transportation planners propose to solve traffic problems at the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge with a $4.6 million roundabout and another $4.2million in improvements to the intersection of state Routes 104 and 19. more
Assembled from experience, public agency listings and with reference to Randel Washburne’s excellent “Kayaking Puget Sound, The San Juans and Gulf Islands” this guide presumes you will exercise … more
Every season must come to an end, and not only is the Port Townsend Summer Band is preparing to perform its final outdoor concert for its 27th summer season, but its director for the past two summers, Miles Vokurka, is retiring. more
Those who know about our native Pacific Blackberries greedily hope you’ll fall for the ubiquitous Himalayas. Anywhere there’s sun, you’ll be distracted by Himalayas’ fat clots of berries beckoning from the sides of sidewalks and highway median strips. more
Half African and half Chinese, an immigrant of Trinidad and Tobago and diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, Robin Ray Lum Cheong found it exceedingly difficult to lead a typical American life. more
Ben Medina graduated from Port Townsend High School in 2001, but he credited the Rose Theatre in downtown Port Townsend with teaching him about film. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 81 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.