Diane Urbani de la Paz

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: A neighborhood goddess

WALKING ONE NIGHT in my neighborhood, I saw an image and a message that widened my eyes. “Attention Citizen!” proclaimed the poster with the ferocious… Continue reading

Arts patron survey brings results

Stand-and-stretch breaks and widespread mask-wearing are among the measures respondents supported in the Arts Patron COVID-19 Survey, a questionnaire sent earlier this… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Take it slow toward a new groove

AMID THE COUNTY-STATE-NATIONAL recovery, what about a personal reopening? Jessie Young and Chandra Johnson, women who spent their girlhoods with the Olympic Mountains as their… Continue reading

Survey goes out to local arts patrons

Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra, Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts collaborate

Protesting racism: Port Townsend, Port Angeles rally

More than 175 people turn out on North Olympic Peninsula

Pet food bank, cat adoptions reopen at Safe Haven

No-kill shelter taking appointments, in need of funding

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