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Rick Grimes and Michonne of “The Walking Dead” facing off against a pair of Xenomorphs from the “Aliens” franchise is a crossover not even the comics have attempted, but visitors to the Comic Book Swap Meet at the Tri-Area Community Center in Chimacum July 13 got to see those characters staring each other down, in action figure form, on one of the toy dealers’ tables that Saturday. more
Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man was portrayed as either among the first of a modern-age wave of superheroes, as in the comic books, or as the lone superhero in a world of emerging supervillains, as in the films of directors Sam Raimi and Marc Webb. more
It is a zen ritual of sorts as Robert Monica loads a .308 caliber cartridge into his Howa rifle, closes the sliding bolt, peers through his scope at the target 100 yards away and gently squeezes the trigger. “You’ve got to calm down and forget everything,” he said. “You can’t be thinking about anything else.” more
With gorgeous views of Port Townsend Bay, long summer days and a slew of talented musicians, the 2019 Concerts on the Dock series will be one to remember, said Mari F. Mullen, Port Townsend Main Street Program, executive director. more
When local author Nicole Persun began writing her first novel at the age of 15, she didn’t tell anyone. “You feel self conscious about everything at that age,” said Persun, who is now 25. more
For this week’s cult classics of cinema review, we’re celebrating the 30-year anniversary of a film that’s become all too relevant again, for all the wrong reasons, that was written and directed by a local talent. more
Port Townsend Art Walk steps out from 5 to 8 p.m. the first Saturday of each month, offering you a mixture of styles and media on display as you duck into local galleries and other venues. more
With an insatiable need to evolve, ceramic artist Anne Hirondelle will never be satisfied doing the same work over and over again. more
Wyeth “B” Barclay started his music career in 2001, in the heart of Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. At that time his onstage moniker was “Dub B.” “I built the first of its kind, … more
If one could see sounds, what would that look like? Probably a painting by Milo Redwood. “They are silent songs,” said Redwood during an interview in his paint studio on Water Street in Port Townsend. “Honestly it sounds weird, but I think they are mostly musical.” more
While beer, barbecue and good company are essentials for a 4th of July party, perhaps most important is the music. Two audiophiles with deep knowledge have compiled their opinion of the top 15 songs no 4th of July party can be without. more
It’s going to be a full house at Fort Worden for all the events Thunderbull Productions’ Danny Milholland has signed on for this year’s Old School Fourth of July. more
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