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When Caden Grant unveils his latest creation on the catwalk during the Wearable Art Show May 11, his inner creativity will be on full display. Grant, a Quilcene 8th grader, is putting the finishing touches on a jellyfish costume decorated with dozens of donated CDs. more
In the 12th and final issue of DC Comics’ “Crisis on Infinite Earths” maxi-series, which spanned 1985-86, the Psycho Pirate offered a coda to the year-long crossover of all of DC’s titles by saying, “Worlds lived, worlds died,” and “Nothing will ever be the same.” more
As a yankee from Buffalo, New York, Gurf Morlix found the new sound he was looking for in the Lone Star State. more
Inspired by the vibrant sights and sounds he experienced during a recent trip to Cuba, painter Claude Manning has brought the island nation to life on canvas. more
Blending the musical style he grew up with in Chicago with flavors of Texas and New Orleans, Jonathan Doyle is a roots jazz musician in the land of tall trees. more
Bunches of ribbon hang on the wall, stacks of fabric fill the shelves, and spools of thread line the counters of Alison Kaplan’s makers studio in Port Townsend. more
Over the years since Alan Iglitzin, violist and founding member of the Philadelphia String Quartet, held his very first classical music festival at his farm in Quilcene, music lovers near and far have gathered for warm summer nights of easy listening. more
Much like Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Cold War” did in 2018, writer-director Jia Zhangke’s “Ash Is Purest White” presents a portrait of a toxic love affair spanning multiple decades, whose presentation is enlivened by a cool, atmospheric style and a background exploration of the zeitgeist and culture that surrounds our doomed couple. more
Northwind Reading Series launches publication The organizers of the Northwind Reading Series are launching the inaugural issue of The Sextant Review, a biannual literary journal. The … more
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For their last show this season, “Forgotten Heroes,” the Port Townsend Community Orchestra is exploring pieces by lesser-known composers of the 19th and 20th Centuries. more
Learning to sing as one voice in different parts has been the long-time goal of Singers in the Rain, a men’s choral group that is preparing for an upcoming performance. more
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