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William McGonagall is considered to be the worst poet in English literature. In Ian Coates’ hilarious and dark new musical, “The Disaster in Verse,” McGonagall is just a doomed, lovable guy … more
Tangled octopuses, a light bulb emerging from a floral arrangement and an owl peering over the horizon are a few of a year’s worth of rich and colorful acrylic paintings by artist Julie Read … more
Christopher Overman loves stories. And that’s why he’s been helping travelers share theirs for more than a decade through Winter Wanderlust. “For me, it’s always come down to … more
MUSIC Wednesday, Jan. 18 Karaoke. 9 p.m. Cellar Door, 940 Water. Open mic. 7-10 p.m. The Boiler Room, 711 Water. Thursday, Jan. 19 The Jesse Lee Group featuring Kurt Festinger (jazz, … more
Don your dancing shoes, grab a partner – or just bring your lively self – and head on over to the Quimper Grange this Saturday to skip, step on and support its dance floor at the annual square … more
Members of theater communities from across the nation – from Broadway to Port Townsend – are gathering Thursday to help create light for all people. Inspired by the tradition of leaving a … more
Jefferson County Library and the Chimacum School District are teaming up to show a documentary on growing up in a world dominated by media and digital devices. “Screenagers: Growing Up in the … more
Port Townsend’s bandoneon player brings tango music and more to not one but two stages in January. This Saturday sees the return of Bertram Levy and his Tangoheart Quintet to The Rose Theatre, … more
Port Townsend High School senior Ian Coates was browsing Wikipedia one day when he stumbled across a page for William McGonagall, infamous for writing some of the worst poetry in the English … more
Washington State Ferries invites students in grades 6-8 to submit art, to be considered for WSF's spring sailing schedule. The theme for the contest is “Ferries and Puget Sound Wildlife.” Entries … more
Port Townsend Film Festival (PTFF) hosts its annual Women & Film weekend event, April 8-9 at the Rose, Rosebud and Wheeler theaters in Port Townsend. Pass holders may choose from 11 … more
Look for Betty MacDonald with Seattle author The Port Townsend Public Library hosts award-winning author Paula Becker to talk about her recently published biography on Betty MacDonald, whose … more
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