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When he was born on the side of a highway in Lehi, Utah, Bill Evans wasn’t expected to survive. “I was born six and a half weeks premature,” he said. “I weighed less than three pounds. It was at 1 a.m., in the car, feet first. When the doctor came, he said, ‘He won’t live ‘til morning.’” more
With the first three episodes of the “Port Ludlow Project” already broadcast over KPTZ, creator and director Susan Solley hopes the serial will become an addictive experience for radio listeners. more
Joe Penna’s directorial debut, “Arctic,” is as starkly minimalist as the Icelandic landscape it uses as its backdrop, delivering a tense little thriller that could have stood to be trimmed by 10 minutes, or else beefed up with a touch more character background. more
Three grown children come home to visit their mother and find out their dad was reincarnated as an unruly pitbull. And with that, Key City Public Theater’s 23rd annual Playfest began. more
In the summer, Nathaniel Talbot is but a humble farmer of organic vegetables, tilling his vegetable plot on Whidbey Island. When winter comes, he can turn his attention to another passion, performing music. more
Tucked into the backpack of a cyclist who speeds downtown. Hiding the face of a girl in a coffee shop. Sticking out of the back pocket of a man walking through the boatyard. more
Even during the height of the Cold War, American country music thrived in the Eastern Bloc of the Soviet Union. Radim Zenkl was born and raised behind the Iron Curtain in Czechoslovakia, and said he relied on smuggled albums to get his Americana fix. more
Before coffee lovers can enjoy a hot cup of java, the beans must be grown, transported across the globe and roasted, a process that takes constant vigilance. more
Professionally Relaxed Musicians to perform in PT Professionally Relaxed Musicians will perform as part of the Candlelight Concert Series at 7 p.m. Feb. 28 at Trinity United Methodist Church, 609 Taylor St. in Port Townsend. Entry is by donation. more
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The ability to sharpen a knife is no less important today than it was in ancient times, said Alex Moro, owner of Al’s Blade Repair. “I don’t think it will ever go away because there are so many types of blades that we use every day,” he said. “Most of what I do is kitchen knives and garden tools. They always get dull.” more
In the modern era of streaming digital music, the turntable continues to enjoy a renaissance. Chuck Moses, a vinyl record collector and event organizer for the upcoming Port Townsend Record Show, believes the audio quality of analog recordings beats digital recordings. more
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