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When Hiroya Tsukamoto began strumming an old banjo in his small Japanese hometown, he instantly became the coolest teenager on the block. more
Director Steven Lewis Simpson’s movie adaptation of Kent Nerburn’s 1994 novel “Neither Wolf Nor Dog” has been playing near-continuously in theaters since its release in 2016, … more
At a new venue, student and adult musicians from the Port Townsend area will perform Sunday May 26 to raise funds for 30 AIDs orphans in Uganda whose education has been sponsored by local churches. more
Hundreds gathered for the Port Townsend Wearable Art show on May 11 at the Fort Worden McCurdy Pavilion. more
What’s most important to understand about “Amazing Grace” is that, in spite of capturing soul singer Aretha Franklin’s two-night recording of her gospel album before a live audience at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles in 1972, it’s not so much a concert film as a time capsule. more
Editor’s note: The Leader is partnering with Strait Up Magazine for the launch of their first edition of 2019, which can be found inserted in newspapers delivered to regular subscribers. more
Al Bergstein just can’t get enough of choro music, or sharing it with Americans who have no idea what it is. more
When it comes to dancing, it is all about discipline, says teacher Ling Hui. Hui, of Port Townsend, has been teaching ballet and contemporary dance to young children through adults since 1996. She specializes in the Russian Vaganova method of ballet, providing foundational knowledge of body alignment and creative movement. more
Director Michael Peterson and writer Steven Hawley aren’t afraid to be unsubtle with their ecological documentary “Dammed to Extinction,” which was screened in a sneak preview in the Wheeler Theater at Fort Worden State Park May 4. more
Northwind Reading Series At 7 p.m. May 9, the Northwind Reading Series will feature Lorraine Ferra and Sally Green. The readings will be held at Northwind Arts Center, 701 Water St., Port … more
It is the crust, not the filling, that is the most important part of a pie, one Port Townsend chef insists. more
Piled up in heaps on local shorelines, what’s food for worms and shelter for shorebirds is the stuff of art for Suzzanne Stangel, and the gnarlier the better. more
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