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In a hyperconnected instant-gratification society, Stephen Chase gets his thrills by taking his time. Chase, 70, of Port Hadlock, is an amateur chess player and member of Knight Riders, which took the Division Two title in the 2017-2019 Correspondence Chess League of America’s (CCLA) Postal Chess Team Championship. more
While she has never seen an angel, Pat Chase has no doubt they are always around to lend a helping hand. “My belief is they are there when you need them,” Chase said. “It is the idea that they are messengers guiding you along.” And people can be angels too, she said. more
“Endearing” often serves as a catch-all adjective for those who don’t want to cast their descriptive nets very far. But in the case of Key City’s Public Theatre’s … more
Port Townsend’s influence on the world of filmmaking isn’t limited to the Film Festival. Jesse Alk moved to Port Townsend in the fourth grade and graduated from Port Townsend High School in 1992, and Sept. 29 marked the Washington state premiere of his first film, “Pariah Dog.” more
Whether on a street corner in Europe, a ferry crossing Puget Sound or in the Port Townsend Post Office, harpist David Michael lives to serenade strangers with his angelic melodies. more
Writer-director James Gray’s output has been marked by its meditative quality ever since his debut feature film, “Little Odessa,” in 1995, so it’s unsurprising that his outer space exploration film, “Ad Astra,” should share so many traits in common with Stanley Kubrick’s even more contemplative sci-fi classic, “2001: A Space Odyssey.” more
Port Townsend Art Walk steps out from about 5 to 8 p.m. the first Saturday of each month, offering a mixture of styles and media on display as you duck into local galleries and other venues. more
The Port Townsend Mini Maker Fair returns to the Cotton Building Oct. 5, and even though it’s the fifth annual iteration of the event, its young organizers have found ways to add new features to what’s become a familiar favorite for many folks. more
Twenty years ago, Working Image staged its first fashion show of donated clothes, to show outfits were available to women in need, if they were on the hunt for employment. more
When it comes to tacos, the fillings can be anything edible. Painter John Hillmer approaches his art the same way. “My own art is such a blend, and that is exactly what tacos are,” Hillmer said. more
Sgt. First Class Martha Krabill, a singer, dancer and daughter of Anne and Dave Krabill of Port Townsend, is on her way back to the North Olympic Peninsula where she will share her vocal chops with her friends and neighbors. more
The Port Townsend Film Festival lasts three days, and presents 15 blocks of films, five per day. Because I covered a news story on the morning of Friday, Sept. 20, I was only able to watch four of that day’s five blocks of films, but I made sure my schedule would be free and clear to watch all five blocks on both Saturday, Sept. 21, and Sunday, Sept. 22. more
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