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Although it’s the program’s fourth year, the Prime Time Family Reading partnership between the Chimacum School District, the Jefferson County Library and Humanities Washington made its … more
Northwind Arts Center welcomes Nashville singer-songwriter Buddy Mondlock who writes songs so well that other notable songwriters, from Joan Baez to Peter, Paul and Mary, have recorded his songs on … more
Wearable art shows have proven so popular on the Olympic Peninsula that organizers of the existing shows are teaming up with those looking to expand the number of such events even further. After … more
This coming Valentine’s Day offers area audiences not just one, but two opportunities to take in the bawdy, comic and body-positive arts, as burlesque not only returns to Manresa Castle on … more
So, has everyone seen the family film about the adventure-seeking little boy, growing up with a single parent during the final years of one of the 20th Century’s most important wars, whose … more
Editor’s note: Wednesday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to by 5 p.m. Entries submitted after that deadline will not be … more
World-renowned jazz pianist, composer, arranger and flutist Scott Cossu is not only returning to Rainshadow Recording in February, but he can remember playing there before it was … more
Port Hadlock musician C.D. Woodbury and his band are heading to Memphis, Tennessee, for the 36th annual International Blues Challenge running from Tuesday, Jan. 28, through Saturday, Feb. … more
Attendees of Key City Public Theatre’s “Visions in Motion 2020” will be treated to a multimedia interpretation of 20th Century history that was sparked by one woman’s … more
When Port Townsend School of the Arts instructor Dana Sullivan launched the first volume of “Dead Max Comix” at the PSSA Grover Gallery with a book-signing and question-and-answer period … more
“Jojo Rabbit” is one of the most gravity-defying hybrids of dark comedy and earnest pathos I’ve seen since Mel Brooks was in his prime. Writer-director Taika Waititi adapted … more
Although the Schooner Adventuress took advantage of the three-day weekend afforded by Martin Luther King Day, it was but one of the monthly work weekends that the century-old National Historic … more
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