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As the days grow shorter and colder, the prospect of an extended drive from Brinnon or Quilcene to the Jefferson County Library in Port Hadlock is likely to seem less appealing. But the Jefferson … more
Visitors to Manresa Castle on the evening of Nov. 16 were treated to two shades of illusion through “The Enchantment Show,” combining stage magic with burlesque … more
Editor’s note: Wednesday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to calendars@ptleader.com by 5 p.m. Entries submitted after that deadline will not be … more
Among the legendary divided fandoms of pop culture — Elvis Presley versus The Beatles, Marvel versus DC — perhaps none are more irreconcilable than fans of Stephen King’s original … more
Mark Stuart always knew the life of a musician would require him to log plenty of hours on the road, but what makes it all worthwhile is when he’s able to take the stage, especially in a venue … more
Hunters are supposed to motivate dogs. But hunting dogs can also be a source of motivation for the hunter. I was hunting with Ken, who had a well trained springer spaniel named Sunny. (All names … more
It’s Thursday afternoon, the dress rehearsal before their first show in front of an audience on Friday, and the cast and crew of Port Townsend High School’s production of Thornton … more
When RainShadow Chorale performs its fall concert program this month, it will include a special guest with whom its members have felt privileged to work. RainShadow Chorale’s artistic … more
While audiences of the Centrum Chamber Ensemble Series at the Wheeler Theater got the chance to check out a performance by the San Francisco-based Kronos Quartet on the evening of Nov. 6, Port … more
Warm-up exercises are standard practice for professional athletes, but illustrator Dana Sullivan gets artists limbered-up, too, with warm-up sketches before class starts. From Oct. 1 through Nov. … more
Often, we as journalists try to disappear behind our work. The writing must seem straightforward so as not to muddy the waters of impartiality. We try to have as much transparency in our process as … more
As the self-proclaimed “interstellar folk punk jazz” duo of Syrinx Effect approaches its first full decade of partnership, they’re returning to the Rainshadow Recording Studio for a performance on Nov. 12. “It’s a really cool room, a very intimate space,” said trombonist Naomi Siegel, who partners with saxophonist Kate Olson to perform as Syrinx Effect. “Everett Moran does a great job of running the place.” more
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