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Ensuring the public is aware of the issues facing wild salmon and orcas living in the waters surrounding Port Townsend is of utmost importance, said Danny Millholand, owner of Thunderbull … more
After three years of bucking societal shifts in customers’ relationships to art, Peter Messerschmidt and his wife Sarah Nash have decided to close down the Red Dragonfly. more
Once Roger and Kyanne Andersen eliminated the bulky suitcases that are the bane of many a traveler, they said their trips abroad became much more enjoyable. “We had always traveled with suitcases just like everybody else,” Kyanne said. “We had the monster kind and the carry-on kind.” more
When Aleksandra “Mistress of Fusion” Bukovic takes the stage as a burlesque performer, she must take command of the audience. more
Although she has been in the music industry for more than 40 years and released 23 albums, Claudia Schmidt sometimes finds it difficult to stand out in the crowd these days. more
Otto Smith is one of only a handful of concertina musicians capable of both transcribing and performing modern classical music on the squeeze box. more
It’s deeply difficult for any onscreen biography of a modern musician to break out of the well-worn mold of VH1’s “Behind the Music,” and while the Elton John biopic “Rocketman” likewise fails to achieve escape velocity from this template, it earns considerable credit for playing what would otherwise be the same old beats, in a novel new way. more
For painter Hiba Jameel of Seattle, the act of painting is thrilling. “For me it is a rush,” she said. “Painting is a physical act so I get on with it and go, go, go until I am done.” Jameel is a mixed-media painter who incorporates acrylic and oil paint and gold leaf into her images, generally of human figures. more
She is a National Book Award finalist with novels and poetry published by giant and small publishers, but it’s as Donald Fagen’s muse that Rikki Ducornet’s name is on everyone’s lips. more
Walk through the doors of the Key City Public Theater playhouse and be transported back in time to a glitzy New York City cabaret in the midst of the 1940s. more
The sixth and seventh grade students at the Sunfield Farm and Waldorf School are on a quest. Their quest, filled with goblins, trolls, elves and magic, is to bring Tolkein’s “The Hobbit” to life on stage. more
During the Port Townsend Art Walk, set for 5 to 8 p.m. the first Saturday of each month, a smattering of art representing a wide variety of disciplines will be on display. more
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