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The 2019-2020 season of the Port Ludlow Performing Arts is upon us. Due to a variety of circumstances there are many new people on the board bringing the same high quality programs to town at a … more
—New Testaments: OK, Margaret Atwood’s best-selling new book, “The Testaments,” probably won’t be President Bobby Bonespurs’ favorite book. Oops, forgot. He … more
BJ went out to Indiana for a week and I was looking forward to listening to Paul Anka sing “Lonely Boy” for the entirety of her absence. Well, I was lonely but I did survive. I made it … more
About 30 years ago, I was chagrined to learn the road named for homesteader great-greats on my Dad’s side had been renamed. Modernizing to “Indian Trail Road” made the real … more
I always read The Leader’s Police Log, and it occasionally has a weird posting. But I like even more of the stranger cop items. And I know just where to find them. In The Leader’s Aug. … more
Have you put your life on “automatic” with maybe a “sport shifter?” OK, this column is automotive-oriented so buckle up. Any facts presented here are my uneducated opinion and … more
Labor Day arrives this weekend with appreciation that we have survived summer. Bill Dodds says “Labor Day is a glorious holiday because your child will be going back to school the next day. … more
You Can Stomach This: The annual PT accordion fest, Deep Squeeze, will be held at the Pourhouse Aug. 30 and 31st, sponsored by KPTZ. My old man, aside from being a fine pianist (he formed a jazz band … more
The rush is on! It’s time to do the picnics, the boat rides, the family visits and then get ready for fall when the traffic drops off and the weather stays nice. Last week was the … more
Less than ten cars showed up last week for the Port Ludlow weekly car show down at the Village Center. One of them was a beautiful 1962 Cadillac convertible. I opined the color was Burgundy but then … more
I recently attended the memorial service for one of PT’s most notable citizens, Len Mandelbaum. Len, a Yale grad, business law professor, head of the ACLU in Seattle, and a mensch who was an … more
Life almost anywhere is full of change but it seems like the transitions are happening more for us this year. We have neighbors who are moving to Texas being replaced by folks from Oklahoma. I … more
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