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The same weekend that saw Gov. Jay Inslee announce on Friday, March 13, that he would mandate the closure of all Washington schools from Tuesday, March 17, through at least Friday, April 24, the … more
The Port Townsend Film Festival’s “Women & Film” event, that was scheduled to run April 24 through 26, is canceled due to coronavirus concerns, according to film festival … more
While Goddard College’s other local programs have been canceled or postponed, disability culture activist and community performance artist Petra Kuppers will still bring her “Gut … more
Editor’s note: Wednesday before publication is the deadline for calendar additions, which must be emailed to calendars@ptleader.com by 5 p.m. Entries submitted after that deadline will not be … more
The Port Townsend FIRST Robotics Competition “Roboctopi” team headed into competition at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish from Feb. 28 through March 1, and they were so spent after … more
Al Gonzalez has found a way to get his sixth-grade students at Chimacum Elementary School involved in esports that also pits them against students from England. Gonzalez had already been talking … more
With concerns about COVID-19, a.k.a. the coronavirus, spreading perhaps faster than the infection itself, there have been some impacts to the arts, entertainment and adult education scenes in East … more
I’m taking a detour to review a neat little film that came and went with hardly anyone noticing not too long ago, but is still available to stream online. Gille Klabin’s “The … more
As the final week of Key City Public Theatre’s 24th annual PlayFest approaches, the breadth of subject matter and sheer quality of its four one-act productions and two one-act staged readings … more
Philip and Pam Boulding regard the way they met as magical, and they’re looking forward to sharing some of their musical magic with Port Townsend audiences in time for the weekend prior to St. … more
The Port Townsend Record Show drew as many vendors and attendees as ever in its fifth year, at the Marvin G. Shields Memorial American Legion Post 26 Hall on March 7, and as always, one of the best … more
The Band is the single most influential musical group in modern history that literally no one younger than 40 years old has ever heard of, so if there is a flaw in the documentary “Once Were … more
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