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You gave at the office, I know. Fortunately, for many of us, the office is but a distant memory. Your office with a view turned into a cubicle with little view, which turned into a shared space with … more
You probably don’t really feel saturated. However, today is the day that Port Ludlow is being saturated - with The Leader! Every household with a Port Ludlow address should be getting a copy of … more
“I think, at a child's birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity.” Eleanor Roosevelt Library cards are your passport … more
If I wrote the police reports, they’d go something like this … A man called the PTPD and asked if anyone had lost a stack of $100 bills with a rubber band around them. When the officer asked … more
Fifteen years ago, we expanded Jefferson Land Trust’s mission to include a focus on protecting working lands — the farms and forests of Jefferson County. In looking at what our community most … more
The lack of new businesses and the spotty support of new businesses is a well-worn topic of conversation in Port Ludlow. However, last week I represented the Jefferson Community Foundation at a … more
Whoever heard of a US Post Office having an “open house”? We had one in Port Ludlow a couple of weeks ago complete with bratwurst, drinks and music. The new owner of the post office decided to … more
IT’S THE (MONEY) PITS: Each year around this time, I joke that I’d like to set up a booth at the Wooden Boat Festival with a banner proclaiming “Let Me Burn Your Currency!” I’ll provide the … more
This is the week to talk about suspenders and the bridge. You see, for many years now my pants have been taking advantage of the reduction in the size of my glutei maximi, also known as my rear … more
Some musical short items from the Mann with the short attention span: EGG-CITING BAND: I asked my bass-playing physician, Dr. Gary Forbes, about the origin of his band’s oddball name, One Egg … more
Not all of our community’s maritime stories lay inside the foment of the Port of Port Townsend. From world-serving local foundries to exotic wood suppliers, the ecosystem of small firms that … more
Although most of the snow-birds are back in town for the summer, all the smoke in the air may cause them to question the wisdom of that move this summer. Then again, where are you going to land that … more
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