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Lucrezia Cuen Paxson is the Port Ludlow Art League’s Artist of the Month. Paxson’s artwork bridges an extensive variety of subjects and mediums, from Western art, florals, and vivid … more
The dirt walked on today is built on the graves of those who came before. To honor and celebrate the gifts given by those lost to the living, Day of the Dead — or as its traditionally known … more
Escape the cold into a fantasy world of fairies, dukes, and fevered love. Port Townsend High School Players present Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” opening at 7 … more
With the return of the rain, wool’s most welcome season has arrived. Just in time for Quilcene’s first-ever Fiber Festival at Worthington Park Saturday, Nov. 5. While many modern … more
What to do about the dams that power Washington has become a major topic of conversation recently, and controversy around them dates all the way back to their beginnings. Local small press … more
No one has to brave the underworld alone again this year. As the hellish travails of the pandemic begin to lift, the denizens of the night can once more congregate at the Uptown Pub for An Evening … more
The Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra is set to return in full force with the group’s first performance of the 2022-2023 concert season coming up this weekend. The symphony orchestra will … more
Climate anxiety  and resilience will be the topic at the next Studium Generale presentation at Peninsula College. WSU Extension 4-H Program Coordinator Melanie Greer will be the guest speaker … more
A dance of grave and glorious stories and songs will soon spin in the Wheeler Theatre at Fort Worden. Author Stephen Jenkinson and recording artist Gregory Hoskins are on their way to fuse their … more
In the mood for a thrill? These are your ghouls. The Sky Dancers, a local performance group, will be performing a Halloween-themed burlesque and variety show at the Palindrome in Port Townsend on … more
As the veil thins, there is no better time to try and see the subtle realms revealed. Those brave enough to delve into the unknown will be thrilled to hear the Port Townsend Main Street Program is … more
Derek Firenze   No matter how intricately stitched, all threads must be cut to tie an end that holds the work together. In “Juxtapositions,” an … more
Eight organizations — Centrum, Copper Canyon Press, Madrona MindBody Institute, Northwind Art, Port Townsend School of Woodworking, KPTZ Radio, Corvidae Press, and Rainshadow Recording — … more
The idea of a mystic is often conflated with some solitary figure high in the mountains, deep in a cave, or hidden away in the woods. This year’s “Into the Mystic Faire” at Unity … more
Inspired by a boat excursion to the San Juan Islands — and a chance encounter with a humpback whale — Los Angeles-based director Alix Hunter’s film-in-progress “The Iron … more
Hundreds of onlookers lined the water Saturday to mark the start of The Great Port Townsend Bay Kinetic Sculpture Race. The mood by that point had long been high after The Glorious Parade marched … more
When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween. Witches, wizards, and ghoulish creatures will all soon be seen wandering the streets of … more
The full force of flowers, the strength that stands in trees, and the freedom held by the wings of birds are all on display in Margaret Woodcock’s current exhibit “Paintings, Collages, … more
A massive wall on the Benton Street side of Port Townsend High School is in the process of a colorful makeover. The 220-foot-long mural has built a level of intrigue from many a passerby, watching … more
Professional musicians and students with the Port Townsend High School Symphony will come together for a series of performances to raise funds for the high school symphony’s planned trip to Los … more
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