Arts and Entertainment
422 results total, viewing 201 - 220
Buddhism has become something of a buzzword. While the mindfulness movement has brought meditation to corporate board rooms, improving productivity seems counterintuitive to at least one … more
Navigating the dance floor can seem as intimidating as a battlefield to the uninitiated. The interchange of bodies and energetics fluctuates between the subtle and passionate in the same instant … more
A local theatre production has earned national support. Key City Public Theatre has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts to receive a Challenge America award of $10,000. The … more
The art exhibit “Burst of Color” will be on display at the Bay Club during January and February, the Port Ludlow Art League has announced. Visitors are welcome to vote for their … more
A new art gallery is opening Saturday in Port Townsend. more
Beyond the edge of the everyday lies a landscape of imagination found through introspection. It’s where Jay Haskins spent much of his time before his recent passing. Well, there, and … more
A night of hip-swaying, heart-beating, honky-tonk warmed with a campfires worth of folk tunes is coming to Finnriver Farm & Cider next week. Guitarist and singer Royce Leon will by joined Jody … more
  Jeremiah Green, the drummer and one of the founders of the indie rock band Modest Mouse, has died at the age of 45. Modest Mouse, and Carol Namatame, Green's mother, both announced his … more
Local tap dancer Bill Evans has assembled a rhythm tap performance for the Key City Public Theatre stage to say goodbye to 2022 and welcome in 2023. The show is 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on New Year’s … more
Pamela Raine is the Artist of the Month for the Port Ludlow Art League. Mary Lynn Laker has been named the Jeweler of the Month. Raine is a fiber artist who was first inspired by a long-awaited … more
Port Townsend resident and highly acclaimed instructor of movement Bill Evans will be offering community dance courses for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Evans will offer two … more
The Port Townsend Marine Science Center will welcome Seattle-based architect Mark Johnson to start off the “Future of Oceans” lecture series as he explores current initiatives, … more
Creating the New Year calls for nothing less than a celebration of creativity itself. This year’s First Night event, hosted by The Production Alliance, will embrace that philosophy with a … more
Myth, memory, sound, and story resonate out of ancient oral traditions. Exploring these incantations can transport listeners out of the everyday into another realm where truth is made strange and … more
Moments of reflection and exploration are being offered in a new art show by a local painter. “Musings,” an exhibit of recent acrylics from Port Townsend-based painter and hair stylist … more
Oil paintings and cloisonné jewelry from Linda Lundell will be on display at Gallery-9 in December, along with fine woodworking from Robin McKann. Driven by her desire to help preserve our … more
Down Home Country Christmas returns for its 15th year to New Life Church in Port Townsend this weekend. The event will feature high energy music, a multi-media extravaganza, mountains of Christmas … more
Four artists will be featured at the Port Townsend Gallery in December. The spotlight shines this month on Kristen Wade, Andrea Guarino-Slemmons, Martha Collins, and Shirley Moss. Wade will be … more
The holidays can be hard enough without thinking about the right thing to bring to dinner. That’s why Second Child is taking the guess work out of what can be one of the most esoteric … more
Before the Grinch, there was Scrooge. That famous character, and a host of others, will be portrayed in a one-man show adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” by … more
« Prev | 1 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 22 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.