Diane Urbani de la Paz

Women make their way in Olympic Theatre Arts play

The big thrill for Tia Stephens was stepping into the persona of Annie Jump Cannon. “The more I researched Annie, the more fascinating… Continue reading

 

Contra dance caller, band come across country

Contra dances don’t typically happen on weeknights here. But with one of the country’s best-known dance callers in the area this coming… Continue reading

 

Can this crow save the world?

Author to read from apocalyptic novel Saturday in Port Townsend

Port Townsend teenagers stage classic play

“Our Town” here and gone fast with only six performances

‘Soul of an Octopus’ author arrives this week

Two free programs in Sequim, Port Angeles

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Saying yes, and writing again

SUCH A PLEASURE to talk with my friend Alice after a series of emails. Hearing Alice Derry’s voice on the phone is like hot tea… Continue reading

Auction, dinner to celebrate role model

Young Erika knew precisely what she wanted in life. Growing up in the village of Zinacantan, Mexico, the girl set out to make… Continue reading

Don’t be afraid of ‘The Dark’

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center party to feature art, theater, food

Walt Whitman to celebrate in Port Townsend

Actor marks poet’s birthday with performances at Chameleon Theater

Storytelling festival marks 25th anniversary this weekend

Event brings performances, workshops, story slam

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Solace in community

THE STARS, OR in this case a memory and a gathering, align this month. When I saw the flier for the Oct. 24 Community Memorial… Continue reading

Key City Public Theatre auditions open for 2020 season

General auditions for Key City Public Theatre’s 2020 season are set for Monday, Nov. 4, at the Key City Playhouse. Auditions will… Continue reading

Humanities lecture brings Seattle novelist to town

Laurie Frankel set to appear in Chimacum

‘Laughter and Story’ workshop coming to festival

Kevin Kling part of 25th annual gathering

Arrivals, departures with Port Angeles orchestra

Harpist Elizabeth Huston, a daughter of Port Angeles who’s returning home this week, and James Ray, a performer and music educator for flocks of students… Continue reading

Love story continues in Port Townsend

‘Sea Marks’ on stage at Key City Public Theatre this week, next

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Summer’s end on bus, plane, boat, train

THE EPIC JOURNEY began on my very first mode of public transport: BART, the behemoth that opened 47 Septembers ago. Yes, Bay Area Rapid Transit… Continue reading