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When Thomas and Nikki Skipper decided to finally open the restaurant of their dreams, they first had to decide what to focus the menu on. more
Like the 2017 movie “It,” director Andy Muschietti’s follow-up, “It: Chapter Two,” lives up to the strengths of Stephen King’s novel of the same name, by portraying how much power both childhood friendships and childhood trauma can retain into adulthood, even as it illustrates how to take power over those lingering fears, by recognizing how small they ultimately are. more
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When it comes to singing the blues, perhaps one of the best topics is homelessness, says Ahmad Babbahar, better known as Harlem Ren. more
First Friday StoryNight First Friday StoryNight begins its 11th season with a reading by Eva Abram of Rainwater Storytelling. StoryNight is from 7-9 p.m. at the Port Townsend Friends’ Meetinghouse, 1841 Sheridan St. Entry is by donation. more
Wondering what movies you can look forward to next year? Here’s hoping you’re a fan of the 1980s, because 2020 is set to be littered with sequels, remakes and reboots of movie franchises that began in the Eighties, and in at least one case, a film series with no real ties to the decade is setting its next sequel in that era. more
All-acoustic Stringology focuses on music designed to get people out on the dance floor, says guitarist Eric Bogart. “I think that is the best compliment, when people want to get up and dance to your stuff,” he said. more
Port Townsend Art Walk steps out from about 5 to 8 p.m. the first Saturday of each month, offering a mixture of styles and media on display as you duck into local galleries and other venues. more
Love has kept them together. No, it hasn’t always been smooth sailing for Bernard and Eleanor Griffin, married Aug. 25, 1950. “There were times we had some problems, but not too much,” said Bernard, 91. more
Ali Redman, aquarist at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center, peered over a bucket of water containing an octopus in a bag, looking for signs of ink. more
“Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché” is a biographical film that not only desperately needed and deserved to be made, but in the hands of director Pamela Green, it’s also an engaging tale, presented with measures of wit and eye-catching style that do justice to the pioneering work of Guy-Blaché herself. more
On her latest album, “Royal Traveller,” Missy Raines explored the bittersweet human condition as it relates to mortality and loss. “All the songs do have a theme and a common line in my mind,” she said. “Many were co-written by me and they were all handpicked to create a theme of endurance, tenacity and ‘I am here. This is the road I have picked.’” more
With five stages to choose from, and plenty of non-musical shenanigans to enjoy, it was a sure bet the thousands of festival goers at the inaugural THING fest wouldn’t be bored. “It is kind of nice to have more than one stage and not have to stay in the same area the whole weekend,” said festivalgoer Sara Kenville, of Everett. more
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