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Port Townsend author Christine Hemp’s already bright star has been rising even further lately. Hemp had no shortage of accolades attached to her work even before her memoir, “Wild Ride … more
The Port Townsend School of Massage heads into nearly a quarter-century of continuous operation with a new director and owner, but Elizabeth Piglowski has a history with the establishment that dates … more
If the four founders of the 823 Photo Collective want the public to know anything, it’s that Port Townsend has a host of native talent in the field of art photography. Their cozy art gallery … more
Although it’s the program’s fourth year, the Prime Time Family Reading partnership between the Chimacum School District, the Jefferson County Library and Humanities Washington made its … more
Northwind Arts Center welcomes Nashville singer-songwriter Buddy Mondlock who writes songs so well that other notable songwriters, from Joan Baez to Peter, Paul and Mary, have recorded his songs on … more
When Port Townsend School of the Arts instructor Dana Sullivan launched the first volume of “Dead Max Comix” at the PSSA Grover Gallery with a book-signing and question-and-answer period … more
Although the Schooner Adventuress took advantage of the three-day weekend afforded by Martin Luther King Day, it was but one of the monthly work weekends that the century-old National Historic … more
Local audiences have from now through the end of February to check out Port Townsend artist Caryl Bryer Fallert-Gentry’s quilt commemorating women’s suffrage, entitled “First … more
The art classroom at Port Townsend High School was abuzz with activity Jan. 15, as students were reminded — much to the surprise of some of them — that their wearable art projects were … more
The Port Townsend School of the Arts’ Salon for the month is set to feature two of the three artists on display at the Grover Gallery in downtown Port Townsend, and The Leader was able to speak … more
A Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Elder who spearheaded the číčməhán (Chetzemoka) Trail development has been named the 2020 Woman of Excellence by the American Association of … more
Amy Pecott of Gig Harbor is one of nearly 20 women from across the Olympic Peninsula who make a monthly trip to the Jefferson County Sportsmen’s Association to educate themselves on proper … more
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