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“Toy Story” has always been a gravity-defying franchise, in terms of relying on excellent voice-acting performances, endearingly portrayed characters, richly well-realized animation and clever writing to cover for what is, at heart, a deeply dodgy premise. more
This year’s Old School Fourth of July won’t culminate with the booms of fireworks, but the zips of bright lasers — and Thunderbull Productions’ promoter Danny Milholland and Slick Rick’s laser event producer Rick Hale couldn’t be more excited for the showcase. more
With plenty of species on the North Olympic Peninsula to observe, the key is to find where they are located and then to stay still long enough to catch them on camera, said wildlife photographer Kerry Tremain. more
To the trained eye, there is a story to be told in every garden. “There are little histories. Trials and errors,” said Bridget Bell, of Port Townsend, owner of Gardenkeeping. “There are endless things you can write about.” more
The Port Townsend Summer Band is opening its 27th season with yet another free outdoor concert at the Chetzemoka Park Gazebo, this time at 3 p.m., June 30. more
Between “Night on Earth” in 1991, “Dead Man” in 1995 and “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai” in 1999, Jim Jarmusch was one of the most underrated yet essential directors of the 1990s. more
In the waking world, nothing has meaning until it has been assigned a purpose by the observer, says Andrew Shaw, founder of Port Townsend’s Silent Academy. more
For Steve Baker, Ashiatsu appointments not only are pleasant, but essential. Baker, 36, of Port Townsend, has been a client at Alchemy & Ashiatsu for about the past six months. As a carpenter and landscaper, his body is regularly beat up and in need of relief, he said. more
Her Irish Catholic father had hopes for his daughter that did not include art. But Kathleen Mary O’Connor, now Kate Flores, decided to march to the beat of a different drum. more
Who are we and what is our purpose? This most essential and existential question has been part of the human condition since time immemorial, and is one modern day psychics hope to help answer. “People need to find their true path and purpose in life,” said Joanne Clarkson, 69, a psychic, tarot card reader and palm reader. more
Free Spin Cycling classes Madrona MindBody Institute is offering free Intro to Spin Cycling classes at 10 a.m. on Saturday June 15, 22 and 29. more
As of this writing, the 2019 version of “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” — not to be confused with the 1956 “Godzilla, King of the Monsters!” — stands at roughly 40% on the Rotten Tomatoes critics’ score, which leads me to believe that a majority of modern movie critics literally don’t know how to watch a Godzilla film. more
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