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Downtown Port Townsend could become a bit more crabby as a local artist wants to make a big deal out of something very, very small. Rebecca Welti is a sculptor who melds marine science with art. … more
Despite the widely thought notion that Chemakum peoples are extinct, there remain many and they, along with a handful of other entities have been working to develop a photography exhibit to honor the … more
Troubadour Scott Cook will soon bring his ballads to Port Townsend’s Palindrome at Eaglemount Cidery for all to hear and enjoy. At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28, the musician will perform … more
“Buskers on the Block” is back in downtown Port Townsend this week. The program of free, casual small-scale performances starts at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 7 with singer/songwriter Jack … more
Northwind Art is presenting “Earth, Water, Sky: Paintings by Hart James, Photographs by Paul Shapiro” at the Jeanette Best Gallery. The two artists of differing mediums are united by … more
The Port Ludlow Art League has selected Sheryl Goldsberry as Jeweler of the Month and Joan Astin as its Artist of the Month for April. Goldsberry has designed a collection of Shattered Glass … more
The city of Port Townsend will provide a community development block grant loan worth $34,061 to the Rose Theater for repairs to its building on Taylor Street. The loan was initially approved … more
A chance encounter on a beach inspired the exhibit “Some Mornings: Paintings by Meg Kaczyk from poems by Linda Robertson,” a collection of oil paintings and poetry that reflects on types … more
Have you had one of those conversations with your friends where you lament the complexities of modernity and together suspend reality in creating a sort of sun-splattered utopia of linen and … more
After two years of pushing through restrictions and limited capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, live music will return to the Port Townsend Farmers’ Market in its 30th year, along with many … more
Few things are more valuable than music for Quilcene community members Keely Crow-Ka and Kalan Wolfe. After COVID took away the two’s ability to perform with their band, The Shift, to live … more
Ray Steinberg remembers his Uncle Al fondly. He remembers stacks of brail books and baseball on the radio. It’s a sweet, simple notion to share his charisma and adventurous vein, in … more
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