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Nationally known as a center for the traditional maritime trades, the Quimper Peninsula also launches aircraft and aeronautics careers from a hands-on training center at the Port Townsend Aero Museum. Restoring airplanes once hopelessly stuck on terra firma brings great pleasure to the mechanics at the Port Townsend Aero Museum, said director Mike Payne. more
Master Gardener clinic set for April 1 The Washington State University Master Gardener’s Plant Problem Clinic will be open every Monday through September starting April 1. The clinic always … more
Jordan Peele established his talent as a writer-director with his debut film “Get Out,” so I was already optimistic regarding his upcoming take on Rod Serling’s “The Twilight Zone.” more
Mythological Horses is moving in a new vocal direction with its latest album, “YYYMF!”, which it will showcase for Port Townsend fans on April 5. more
Whether performing in front of an audience of more than 10,000 or just a few dozen, Stephanie Schneiderman said she is always excited to be on stage. more
When she is performing live, Claire-Jean Martin’s violin becomes an extension of her musical soul. But it is the music itself, not the instrument, that is important, she said. “Ideally, I try … more
After countless hours in her basement studio, Andrea Love is almost finished filming “The Messy Adventures of Mud,” a pilot episode she hopes will pique the interest of Hollywood execs. more
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
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