Diane Urbani de la Paz

WEEKEND: Comedy, drama and ‘Third Wheel’ in Sequim High’s ‘What Is Love?’

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 29. SEQUIM — Once I was a selfish fool Who never understood Never looked inside myself But… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Festival concert at Fort Worden to come into tune this Sunday

PORT TOWNSEND — Beethoven, Dvorak and Shostakovich are coming to Fort Worden State Park this Sunday afternoon, all in the hands of the acclaimed Amelia… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Lowest Pair to alight at Coyle community center this Sunday

COYLE — High-lonesome harmonies and music from “The Sacred Heart Sessions”: both are promised this Sunday as Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee, the duo… Continue reading

Pair of poets to give reading at Port Townsend’s Northwind Arts Center on Thursday

PORT TOWNSEND — The founder of the Cascadia Poetry Festival is coming for a joint reading at the Northwind Arts Center, 701 Water St., this… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Comedy, drama and ‘Third Wheel’ in Sequim High’s ‘What Is Love?’

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 29. SEQUIM — Once I was a selfish fool Who never understood Never looked inside myself But… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Festival concert at Fort Worden to come into tune this Sunday

PORT TOWNSEND — Beethoven, Dvorak and Shostakovich are coming to Fort Worden State Park this Sunday afternoon, all in the hands of the acclaimed Amelia… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Lowest Pair to alight at Coyle community center this Sunday

COYLE — High-lonesome harmonies and music from “The Sacred Heart Sessions”: both are promised this Sunday as Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee, the duo… Continue reading

Former Upstage owner now booking music at Studio Bob in Port Angeles, a venue where changes are adding up

PORT ANGELES — Pretty soon, downtown will have the blues. But no, this is not another story about vacant storefronts and wintertime. It is about… Continue reading

‘Eye Contact’ exhibition now open at Peninsula College gallery; artist talk coming in February

PORT ANGELES — Port Townsend artist Counsel Langley has mounted “Eye Contact,” a solo exhibition at the PUB Gallery of Art at Peninsula College, where… Continue reading

Veterans help their fellows across Peninsula on paperwork maze, reaching crucial appointments

Vietnam veteran John Joseph is classified “100 percent disabled” — he'll tell you that right off — yet he's one of the hardest-working men in… Continue reading

‘Cherokee Word for Water’ screenings set for next week in four communities

The cinematic story of the late Wilma Mankiller, the first modern female chief of the Cherokee Nation, will screen — free to the public —… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Local artist set for state show in Bremerton . . . and other items

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 22. BREMERTON — Pamela Dick of Sequim is one of the artists selected to show her work… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Eclectic sounds featured on mandolin Saturday with Tim Connell in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — The music of Brazil, Bach, the Beatles and then some will fill Room to Move, the yoga studio upstairs at 1008 Lawrence… Continue reading

WEEKEND: From Flying Strings to FarmStrong, Snowgrass to stand tall Saturday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — They all do it for love: of music, the little ones and their folks. Snowgrass, Port Angeles' 14th annual bluegrass-and-roots festival this… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Jazz master, local trio to play Saturday on Port Angeles campus

PORT ANGELES — A jazz artist with “a brilliant national and international reputation,” according to Peninsula College Music Department head David Jones, will join a… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Jazz, classical, originals to be played on restored Steinway grand piano Saturday in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — It will be a night in piano heaven. Five pianists, with two singers and a cellist added for good measure, will bring… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Mighty Dreadful duo set for Sunday performance in Coyle

COYLE — When this guitar man came to rural Jefferson County to play with the band The Fire Inside last year, he gave the gig… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Local artist set for state show in Bremerton . . . and other items

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 22. BREMERTON — Pamela Dick of Sequim is one of the artists selected to show her work… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Eclectic sounds featured on mandolin Saturday with Tim Connell in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — The music of Brazil, Bach, the Beatles and then some will fill Room to Move, the yoga studio upstairs at 1008 Lawrence… Continue reading

WEEKEND: From Flying Strings to FarmStrong, Snowgrass to stand tall Saturday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — They all do it for love: of music, the little ones and their folks. Snowgrass, Port Angeles' 14th annual bluegrass-and-roots festival this… Continue reading