Diane Urbani de la Paz

‘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’

Mask-makers mobilize on Peninsula

Peninsula volunteers use sewing skills to help others

Peninsula woman finds painting’s home

The 1931 oil painting traveled with Joy Qualey from house to house, state to state. A serene scene of the South of… Continue reading

Showering birds with care

Donations gathered for nestlings, fledglings

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: At home on a two-way street

THESE “LESSONS” WON’T apply to me, I thought. “House Lessons,” the new memoir from bestselling local author Erica Bauermeister, starts out about her renovation of… Continue reading

Port Townsend PlayFest goes ahead with a few changes

Patrons will have chance to join in a discussion with playwright

Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts to bring new, returning acts

When you put together a festival — one stretching over four days at five venues — you need to be able to… Continue reading

Adventures in Music receives $2,500 grant

Port Angeles Symphony program travels to schools across Peninsula

Bring on the ‘Storm’ and the music

Irish band in Port Angeles on Sunday

PlayFest brings all-new stories to the stage

Port Townsend theater festival starts Friday

Port Angeles Symphony conductor readies for work in Europe

Pasternack: ‘I’m able to come back and share these things’

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Women, whiskey, words

I HELD MY breath. It was almost midnight. My compañera, Jess, had ridden her horse into a situation that could mean the end of her… Continue reading

New theater ensemble presents ‘Delicate’ reading

A pair of Port Townsend-based actors — veterans of productions across the United States — are inviting theater lovers to their free… Continue reading

Mexican Breakfast to benefit scholarships for women in Chiapas

One winter morning nine years ago, Steve Gilchrist and a group of friends cooked a batch of breakfast and kept the coffee coming.… Continue reading