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Whether in the studio or in a van on the road for hours and days on end, being in a band can have plenty of ups and downs. more
Cinema is littered with aspirants to the empty throne of suspense movie director Alfred Hitchcock, but most of their attempts fail because they don’t know the difference between shock and suspense, and they don’t do the work required to make us care about their characters. more
Annalisee Brasil and Zack Bainter, the two members of Sundsaga, are creating a new musical sound using old world instruments and a language never before spoken on earth. more
The awe inspiring beauty of Greenland and the isolation of its long winters have had a profound impact on Simon Lynge and the music he now writes. more
Although almost completely blind, Cliff Self has seen enough to be able to teach musicians their craft. “I saw the world because of my music,” said Self, 63, who toured throughout North America and Asia with velvet-voiced pop singer Johnny Mathis and with the orchestra of Mantovani, the first million-seller of the stereo music age. more
Kalan Wolfe, a Port Townsend musician, has earned a Gold Ticket to Hollywood on “American Idol.” “Out of all the people who auditioned in person and online for this season, only 190 people made it to Hollywood week,” Wolfe said. “So, whatever happens, I feel pretty good about that accomplishment.” more
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Being a vegan doesn’t have to be a tasteless or dull experience, says author Robin Sharan. Her latest title, “Liver and Gallbladder Super Cleanse: Now Made Simple for You!” serves up the theory and practice of a plant-based diet in her trademark singsong prose. more
After a career in industrial and exhibit design for global brands such as Coleman and Rubbermaid, 3-D artist Les Schnick is now designing for a new client: himself. more
This time of year, everyone has a little Irish in them, even if only for a day, maybe no one more than the Englishman who founded Port Townsend’s Irish band. more
The last time the Marvel Cinematic Universe asked audiences, “Hey, remember the new guy?” It was four films and three years old, and we got “Captain America: The First Avenger,” which unleashed the Herculean charisma of Chris Evans as World War II hero Steve Rogers. more
Joe Jencks to perform at Rainshadow Recording Studio Joe Jencks will perform at 7:30 p.m. March 14 at Rainshadow Recording, Fort Worden State Park, Building 315. Joe Jencks is an international … more
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