Diane Urbani de la Paz

‘Smell of Cedars Steeped in Rain’ film highlights Olympic National Park beauty with showing Tuesday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The movie is not long, but its maker sought to go deep. Eliza Goode's film, a visual love letter to Olympic National… Continue reading

Grand Olympics Chorus invites those interested in learning to sing to Monday open house in Sequim

SEQUIM — If you’re a woman interested in learning to sing in a cappella harmony, you are invited to the Grand Olympics Chorus open house… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Bonus contra dance is on Black Diamond Community Hall’s schedule Saturday

PORT ANGELES — Into the January cold come a band and dance caller who know how to warm the space: Gallimaufry, a group of Irish… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Free Fitness Fest on Saturday in Port Angeles to showcase ways to get in shape this year

PORT ANGELES — You don't have to get in the pool. But you just might want to wear that swimsuit under your clothes. So advises… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Lobo del Mar to give Sunday matinee performance in Coyle

COYLE — They're a dance troupe, a Celtic band and a well-traveled family: Lobo del Mar, the ensemble to arrive at Coyle's community center for… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Love is better than the revelers dreamed in ‘Twelfth Night’ production in Sequim

SEQUIM — Here's a romantic comedy with delicious bits. We're talking lines such as “Then come kiss me, sweet and twenty, youth's a stuff will… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Painting, music to blend together in Port Angeles during monthly Second Weekend

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 8. PORT ANGELES — Like a happy couple, live music and fresh art get together this weekend… Continue reading

ENTERTAINMENT BRIEFS: Trio to make the jazz flow in Sequim on Saturday . . . and other items

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 8. SEQUIM — Pianist and arranger Linda Dowdell, saxophone man Craig Buhler and upright-bassist Ted Enderle will… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Art, mystery, prizes combine in Sequim for First Friday Art Walk

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 8. SEQUIM — The Sequim First Friday Art Walk is adding something extra tonight. “Whodunnit Downtown? —… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Bonus contra dance is on Black Diamond Community Hall’s schedule Saturday

PORT ANGELES — Into the January cold come a band and dance caller who know how to warm the space: Gallimaufry, a group of Irish… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Free Fitness Fest on Saturday in Port Angeles to showcase ways to get in shape this year

PORT ANGELES — You don't have to get in the pool. But you just might want to wear that swimsuit under your clothes. So advises… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Lobo del Mar to give Sunday matinee performance in Coyle

COYLE — They're a dance troupe, a Celtic band and a well-traveled family: Lobo del Mar, the ensemble to arrive at Coyle's community center for… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Love is better than the revelers dreamed in ‘Twelfth Night’ production in Sequim

SEQUIM — Here's a romantic comedy with delicious bits. We're talking lines such as “Then come kiss me, sweet and twenty, youth's a stuff will… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Painting, music to blend together in Port Angeles during monthly Second Weekend

NOTE: “Today” and “tonight” refer to Friday, Jan. 8. PORT ANGELES — Like a happy couple, live music and fresh art get together this weekend… Continue reading

Awesome Bob set to perform at Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim on Friday night

SEQUIM — A dance party and a one-man band will converge at Olympic Theatre Arts as Bob Ossem Hagan, aka “Awesome Bob,” arrives in the… Continue reading

Anti-drug group to focus on three areas at Thursday meeting in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The Port Angeles Citizen Action Network, aka PA CAN, will have its first meeting of the new year this Thursday, and everyone… Continue reading

Peninsula College professor to talk on empathy, compassion Thursday in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — In a free lecture, Peninsula College professor Janet Lucas will discuss something she’s long studied: empathy and compassion. “The Art and Science… Continue reading

Port Townsend pianist to offer rare Port Angeles recital this Friday

PORT ANGELES — Chopin, Mompou, Ravel and Debussy — plus some Argentine tango music — are on the itinerary, and that's just the first half… Continue reading

Port Townsend Film Festival to talk ‘Trumbo’ tonight

PORT TOWNSEND — Tonight brings another film salon and discussion of a new movie screening at the Rose Theatre, 235 Taylor St., sponsored by the… Continue reading

Entries sought for Saturday’s Bring Your Own Art display in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Studio Bob, the gallery and event space at 118½ E. Front St., is inviting art-makers of all ages, styles and levels of… Continue reading