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A map curator and world traveler who recently relocated to Port Townsend has published a book of place-based poems. Each poem in John Delaney’s “Waypoints” captures a locale he’s visited. … more
Port Townsend High School holds auditions for “The Accidental Death of an Anarchist,” an Italian satire by Dario Fo, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Thursday-Friday, Sept. 7-8 at the high school, 1500 … more
“Next, from the United States, Joey Pipia.” The announcement that preceded Joey Pipia’s act at the North American Magic Championship is what the Port Townsend magician remembers best from … more
A singing lion, a violin-playing puma, a dancing whale and other costumed classical musicians took the stage Sunday, Aug. 27 to present a special interactive children’s concert as part of Olympic … more
Art Walk takes place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 2. Many of the artists are to be on hand to talk about their work throughout the evening. BEE’S KNEES TATTOOING 210 Taylor … more
KPTZ-FM holds its first Party on the Pier, featuring Seattle-based Funk Force Attacks along with local DJ Silace Amaro, starting at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 1 on Union Wharf at the end of Taylor Street … more
A dance performance and literary reading complement the visual arts on display during Art Walk on Saturday, Sept. 2. In Uptown at the Room to Move studio, members of Moving Arts: Dance Is for Life … more
There are so many festivals going on in Port Townsend. Why not add an accordion festival into the mix? That was the question Port Townsend’s Paul Rogers once asked himself. He had been wanting … more
Men’s chorale seeks new members Singers in the Rain is seeking new members for its all-male chorale. Men with all voice types are invited to join. Now in its eighth year, Singers in the Rain … more
27th street fair featured fire eating, face painting and fun for all more
MUSIC Wednesday, Aug. 23 Joy in Mudville. 5-8 p.m. PT Brewing Co., 330 10th St.  Thursday, Aug. 24 Concert on the Dock: The High Council. 5-7:30 p.m. Free. Pope Marine Park Plaza in … more
“I was drawn to the piece because it’s austere and minimal.” Jay Johnson walked into Northwind Arts Center and was captivated by a spacious, black-and-white photograph of water, land and sky … more
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