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The Quilcene Fair and Parade returned to an appreciative community last weekend, finally emerging from its COVID-caused absence. The Leader's Brian Kelly gathered his favorite photos from the … more
At a time when many Americans have turned to genetic sequencing to learn about their lineages, Tiller’s Folly instead turns towards the history that has been and is being made here in North … more
One of Scotland’s finest singers is set to bring her balladry and music across the pond and straight to the Sound for a concert in Port Townsend. Iona Fyfe, winner of the coveted 2021 Scots … more
When someone thinks of the sport of surfing, the typical image that comes to mind is of long-haired Californians riding West Coast waves. Breaking from that mold, directors Jessica Chen and … more
Gallery-9 has announced that Susan Martin Spar and Judith Komishane are the gallery’s featured artists for September. Spar is a classically trained artist who studied at Georgetown Atelier … more
The red carpet has been cleaned of three years of dust and is ready to roll out for this year’s 23rd annual Port Townsend Film Festival. Taking place from Thursday, Sept. 22 to Sunday, Sept. … more
John Pierce seems to have a poetry problem. While he doesn’t write it, he can’t escape it. After retiring from one of the world’s most respected poetry presses, Copper Canyon, … more
Where did you grow up? Cranberry Lake. It’s way up in the Adirondack Mountains. It’s very rural. The town over is called Star Lake, 16 to 20 miles away. I went K-12 there. Just a real … more
Melissa Bixby and Sue Stanton are the featured artists for the Port Townsend Gallery in September. Bixby, born and raised in Soldotna, Alaska, has been fascinated with sea creatures since she was … more
The Port Ludlow Art League has selected David Layton is the the league’s Artist of the Month for September. Nancy Aikman has earned acknowledgement as the group’s Jeweler of the … more
Jefferson County has a storied past of being a literary mecca, pun intended. The area has gone back and forth as having the highest density of small presses per capita of anywhere in the country. … more
Poets and painters have fought for years over the values of truth and beauty, weighing the scales with words and images. However, there is a love of beauty more honest than anything in this world … more
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