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Ara Lee and Beth Wood are two women with powerful voices and a passion for women’s rights. “Our music is an outward manifestation of the power of women coming together to create, share joy and sorrow, and support and celebrate each other in growth and change,” Wood said. more
Work as night club manager for the Playboy Club in San Francisco? Check. Become the personal chef for a sitting United States President? Check. Rubbed elbows with the likes of Jim Carey and Robin Williams while working on big budget Hollywood films? Double check. more
While modern digital photography provides a quick way to capture a Kodak moment, ease is not what Port Townsend photographer Jason Bledsoe desires. more
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One of the great gifts of the modern age of cinematic superheroes is seeing characters who were considered obscure, even by my fellow comic book fans back in the day, being turned into the stars of terrific films. more
When Jeff Lark sits down to create his unique miniature sculptures, he has no idea what will happen. more
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Whiskey. An orange-flavored electrolyte tablet and Swedish Fish gummy candy. It’s the “Manhattan” invented by Team Sail Like a Girl on their way to winning the 2018 Race to Alaska, and … more
The round-the-clock onslaught of digital media has changed what it means to be human, and a husband and wife duo from Portland aim to interrupt that with a little magick. Not flashy tricks. Magick. more
In her basement studio, seasoned painter Nancy Lucas Williams is teaching students to change the way they view light, shapes and colors, one subject at a time. more
Having translated a book of Norse folk tales from Danish to English, Barbara Sjoholm hopes to make the timeless stories accessible to modern American readers. more
When art students are allowed to freely range across subjects and to pick their own schedules, learning a new skill becomes easier, said Darby Huffman, owner and founder of LaughinGnome Makers Space. more
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