Diane Urbani de la Paz

Pet food bank, cat adoptions reopen at Safe Haven

No-kill shelter taking appointments, in need of funding

 

Juan de Fuca Foundation creates fund to help keep artists afloat

Festival Artist Support Fund’s goal is to raise $20,000

 

Women & Film: Brought back and liberated

Port Townsend Film Festival series goes online

 

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Essential: work, mothering, reading

STEPHANIE LAND, AUTHOR of the bestselling “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay and a Mother’s Will to Survive,” granted me a 15-minute interview. I’d just read… Continue reading

Decades of art: New book celebrates ‘Upper Left-Hand Corner’

Jake Seniuk’s partner and colleague finish $40,000 project

‘The Age of Witches’ has arrived

Port Townsend author promotes novel in new ways

Pianist plays for patients stricken with virus

Soloist uses app to perform before people in N.Y.

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: A visit with a long-lost brother

CONSIDER THE HUG. Or as I’m inspired to do, reminisce about one that came as a complete surprise. In late 2018, I found my long-lost… Continue reading

Port Angeles Symphony redesigns new season

Five double-concert dates set

Just Soup provides curbside service

Just Soup is the name, but there is more to it. Come lunchtime in Uptown Port Townsend, there’s bread, fruit and a… Continue reading

Farm stands sprouting with renewed sales

Stores adhering to food safety practices

Centrum Communiversity program affirms birders

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another story in an intermittent series about outings that local residents can enjoy during a time when all are urged to… Continue reading

‘Rose screening room’ opens for business

It’s not something Rose Theatre owner Rocky Friedman ever pictured himself doing. But last week, the Rose became what Friedman calls “a… Continue reading

Local shops see donations, renewed thirst for books

‘I just want a couple of paperbacks to get my mind off what’s happening’