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Kalan Wolfe, a Port Townsend musician, has earned a Gold Ticket to Hollywood on “American Idol.” “Out of all the people who auditioned in person and online for this season, only 190 people made it to Hollywood week,” Wolfe said. “So, whatever happens, I feel pretty good about that accomplishment.” more
Portraying private eye Mavis Davis is almost second nature to Jen Haugland. “She picked me,” Haugland said. “My middle name is Mavis, and my grandmother’s name was Mavis so it is a pretty fun part to play. My grandma came from the era that the play was written in and the way the character persona is established.” more
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Being a vegan doesn’t have to be a tasteless or dull experience, says author Robin Sharan. Her latest title, “Liver and Gallbladder Super Cleanse: Now Made Simple for You!” serves up the theory and practice of a plant-based diet in her trademark singsong prose. more
After a career in industrial and exhibit design for global brands such as Coleman and Rubbermaid, 3-D artist Les Schnick is now designing for a new client: himself. more
This time of year, everyone has a little Irish in them, even if only for a day, maybe no one more than the Englishman who founded Port Townsend’s Irish band. more
The last time the Marvel Cinematic Universe asked audiences, “Hey, remember the new guy?” It was four films and three years old, and we got “Captain America: The First Avenger,” which unleashed the Herculean charisma of Chris Evans as World War II hero Steve Rogers. more
Joe Jencks to perform at Rainshadow Recording Studio Joe Jencks will perform at 7:30 p.m. March 14 at Rainshadow Recording, Fort Worden State Park, Building 315. Joe Jencks is an international … more
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
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