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PENINSULA PROFILE: Singer-songwriter for Prairie Flyer, FarmStrong gets his satisfaction

About his heroes, young Jim Faddis felt strongly. “I would have given my left hand to sound like Ray Charles,” he recalled, thinking back to… Continue reading

Canadian storyteller to tell tall tales Tuesday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Personal stories, folk tales and an improvisational piece are all part of Canadian storyteller Jennifer Ferris’ set during the monthly Story Swap,… Continue reading

PENINSULA PROFILE: Singer-songwriter for Prairie Flyer, FarmStrong gets his satisfaction

About his heroes, young Jim Faddis felt strongly. “I would have given my left hand to sound like Ray Charles,” he recalled, thinking back to… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Key to disaster dynamics topic of today’s Clemente talk in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — Tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes: They're neither outliers nor oddities; they're part of living on a dynamic planet, geologist Susan W. Kieffer asserts. In… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Belly dancing, jazz singing, punk band playing . . . all in brief

Tonight signifies Friday, June 6. Belly dance performance tonight PORT ANGELES — Fresh from performances at Seattle’s Northwest Folklife Festival last month, the Shula Azhar… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Key to disaster dynamics topic of Sunday’s Clemente talk in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — Tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes: They're neither outliers nor oddities; they're part of living on a dynamic planet, geologist Susan W. Kieffer asserts. In… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Liars to tell tall tales Saturday in Port Angeles for cash, fame

PORT ANGELES — The liars are ready and the tall tales about to burst forth. And afterward, the cash will flow. This is the third… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Port Angeles Dance Center to ‘Dance Happy’ for spring show starting Saturday

PORT ANGELES — “Dance Happy,” the Port Angeles Dance Center's spring show, will bring about 65 dancers to the stage at the Port Angeles High… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Liars to tell tall tales Saturday in Port Angeles for cash, fame

PORT ANGELES — The liars are ready and the tall tales about to burst forth. And afterward, the cash will flow. This is the third… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Port Angeles Dance Center to ‘Dance Happy’ for spring show starting Saturday

PORT ANGELES — “Dance Happy,” the Port Angeles Dance Center's spring show, will bring about 65 dancers to the stage at the Port Angeles High… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Key to disaster dynamics topic of Sunday’s Clemente talk in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — Tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes: They're neither outliers nor oddities; they're part of living on a dynamic planet, geologist Susan W. Kieffer asserts. In… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Belly dancing, jazz singing, punk band playing . . . all in brief

Tonight signifies Friday, June 6. Belly dance performance tonight PORT ANGELES — Fresh from performances at Seattle’s Northwest Folklife Festival last month, the Shula Azhar… Continue reading

WEEKEND: For Northwest singer-songwriter, it’s in his nature: concert tonight

Tonight signifies Friday, June 6. PORT ANGELES — Ask Bellingham singer-songwriter Dana Lyons about one of his gigs on the Olympic Peninsula, and he rhapsodizes.… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Sequim Art Walk tonight features the color white

Today, tonight signify Friday, June 6. SEQUIM — It’s First Friday Art Walk time again tonight, as downtown galleries, shops and cafes stay open from… Continue reading

Benefit for Oso mudslide victims will be held at Port Angeles winery tonight

PORT ANGELES — “A Song for You.” “At Last.” “I'll Be Seeing You.” They're a few of the songs in Jazz for Oso, a benefit… Continue reading

Music, visual art to meld at Sequim Library on Friday

SEQUIM — Live music on fiddles, guitar and spoons — alongside new visual art and refreshments — will fill the space in another free Art… Continue reading

Sequim dance Friday to raise funds for historic barn preservation

SEQUIM — In hopes of saving their working barn — a 74-year-old structure on the state’s Heritage Barn Register — Paul and Deb Hansen are… Continue reading

Arts to talk to each other during ‘Unusual Evening in Sequim’ this Friday

SEQUIM — “An Unusual Evening in Sequim,” a monthly performance series at Olympic Theatre Arts, will bring “Music, Dance and Words, Oh My!” this Friday.… Continue reading

Sequim dance Friday to raise funds for historic barn preservation

SEQUIM — In hopes of saving their working barn — a 74-year-old structure on the state’s Heritage Barn Register — Paul and Deb Hansen are… Continue reading

Music, visual art to meld at Sequim Library on Friday

SEQUIM — Live music on fiddles, guitar and spoons — alongside new visual art and refreshments — will fill the space in another free Art… Continue reading