Diane Urbani de la Paz

WEEKEND: Readings to fete birthday of late Port Angeles writer Raymond Carver on Sunday

PORT ANGELES — Pie, poetry and a view of blue water will rule the day. They’re the stuff of a party on the 76th anniversary… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Sunday concert in Port Townsend to help support orphaned Ugandan children

PORT TOWNSEND — A little Mozart, a little Jason Mraz, Maurice Ravel and Edouard Lalo: A range of songs will fill Grace Lutheran Church at… Continue reading

CONTINUING TODAY: Juan de Fuca Fest offers a window to the world

PORT ANGELES — Festivals in summer, Africa in winter: That's the life for Ade and Priscilla Okunuga, longtime vendors at the Juan de Fuca Festival… Continue reading

PENINSULA PROFILE: Artist captures the essence of animals

PORT ANGELES — Taking shape in Tammy Hall’s living room: a wolf, a raven and a mermaid. She found these would-be creatures on the beach,… Continue reading

WEEKEND FESTIVAL — Eighth Olympic Art Festival to spring alive Saturday in Quilcene

QUILCENE — The Olympic Art Gallery, Sally and Charlie Brown's place at Washington Street and U.S. Highway 101, will celebrate the holiday weekend with the… Continue reading

A world of music in our own backyard: Juan de Fuca Festival underway through Monday

PORT ANGELES — Walk down to one of the festival stages, and be ready to hear the sounds of Senegal, New Orleans, Russia, Jamaica, Los… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra lets Seattle conductor go

PORT ANGELES — As of this week, the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra is seeking a new conductor and programmer. The symphony’s board of directors voted… Continue reading

WEEKEND: People, get ready for jazz worship service Sunday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The eight-piece Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble, featuring vocalist Robbin Eaves, will bring the music of Curtis Mayfield, Benny Golson, Daniel Barry and… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Readings to fete birthday of late Port Angeles writer Raymond Carver on Sunday

PORT ANGELES — Pie, poetry and a view of blue water will rule the day. They’re the stuff of a party on the 76th anniversary… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Seven children’s choirs to sing at Fort Worden this Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — Having rehearsed all spring, seven choirs — with singers in kindergarten through high school — will join their voices in the Fort… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Sunday concert in Port Townsend to help support orphaned Ugandan children

PORT TOWNSEND — A little Mozart, a little Jason Mraz, Maurice Ravel and Edouard Lalo: A range of songs will fill Grace Lutheran Church at… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Seven children’s choirs to sing at Fort Worden this Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — Having rehearsed all spring, seven choirs — with singers in kindergarten through high school — will join their voices in the Fort… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Sunday concert in Port Townsend to help support orphaned Ugandan children

PORT TOWNSEND — A little Mozart, a little Jason Mraz, Maurice Ravel and Edouard Lalo: A range of songs will fill Grace Lutheran Church at… Continue reading

Volunteers prepare for Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, May 23. PORT ANGELES — This is like summer camp, Sam Calhoun said after stepping down from a… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra lets Seattle conductor go

PORT ANGELES — As of this week, the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra is seeking a new conductor and programmer. The symphony’s board of directors voted… Continue reading

A world of music in our own backyard: Juan de Fuca Festival underway today

NOTE: Today and tonight are Friday, May 23. PORT ANGELES — Walk down to one of the festival stages, and be ready to hear the… Continue reading

WEEKEND: People, get ready for jazz worship service Sunday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The eight-piece Peninsula College Jazz Ensemble, featuring vocalist Robbin Eaves, will bring the music of Curtis Mayfield, Benny Golson, Daniel Barry and… Continue reading

Eighth Olympic Art Festival to spring alive Saturday in Quilcene

QUILCENE — The Olympic Art Gallery, Sally and Charlie Brown's place at Washington Street and U.S. Highway 101, will celebrate the holiday weekend with the… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Readings to fete birthday of late Port Angeles writer Raymond Carver on Sunday

PORT ANGELES — Pie, poetry and a view of blue water will rule the day. They’re the stuff of a party on the 76th anniversary… Continue reading

Lower Elwha Klallam artists ‘speak out’ at heritage center show opening Friday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — In fluid paintings, carvings and color-saturated canvases, Lower Elwha Klallam tribal members are speaking out. Beginning Friday and running just one week,… Continue reading