Diane Urbani de la Paz

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: It’s time to listen

revealing a shocking event — while seated on the couch with Vera. She only catches some of it, though. Her… Continue reading

Doreen Hynd finds lightness, balance in ‘exercise art’

Port Townsend teacher subject of documentary at Women & Film fest

Women Film festival offers 17 documentaries, features

This movie — and its heroines — are not what you think. So promises Carra Greenberg, who brings the documentary “Daughters of… Continue reading

‘Starstuff’ to be unleashed on Port Angeles stage

Aboard the good ship Neverland, we are headed into the wide, wavy sea called the imagination. These waters are uncharted, yes. What… Continue reading

Port Townsend play upends the Powell expedition

Key City Public Theatre production starts Thursday with all-woman cast

Jazz vocalist Karrin Allyson to bring ‘Sunshine’

Relocated concert set for Friday in Port Angeles

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Can’t turn away from ‘unbearable’ movie

OH NO, NO. Of all the movies at the Women and Film festival, I cannot watch that one. This was my thought when I saw… Continue reading

Five Acre School play examines life of Nikola Tesla

‘Secret History’ on Little Theater stage in Port Angeles

‘Let’s Talk about Art’ dinner set at Port Angeles arts center

At the inaugural night of the Dinner Talk series at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, about one-third of the people were… Continue reading

The sorcerer and the swans: Classic ballet in Port Angeles

There is no luck in ballet. It’s all about preparation meets opportunity. So says Kate Robbins, also known as Miss Kate, teacher… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: Joyous agitation: Moore’s prescription

WE WILL RECLAIM our laughter and joy, she told me, for the work ahead. Kathleen Dean Moore, philosopher, nature writer and novelist, is about to… Continue reading

‘Holy Wells and Healing Waters’ stories in Port Angeles

A long way from here, a good and beloved king languishes on his bed, gravely ill. Only one thing in this world… Continue reading

DIANE URBANI DE LA PAZ: The shapes of water surround us

I’VE BEEN ALERTED to an evocative statement; one that makes perfect sense. “From salt-laden tears and singing streams … water has been called the first… Continue reading

Celebrating artistry, motherhood: New photo show, prize drawing, workshop at Fine Arts Center

The photographer set out on a sojourn across the country. She wanted to spend time with other creative women, women who are… Continue reading

PlayFest: From Locals Weekend to ‘Global Warming: A Comedy’

Life is a comedy, a tragedy, a developing story — and so is PlayFest, the theater festival about to unfold. A showcase… Continue reading

Singing welcome under floating library alphabet

Oh, the simple joys: the alphabet, a library, some art floating overhead. Melody Sky Eisler lives among all three. And she’s inviting… Continue reading

‘Heart Stories’ to burst open Thursday

Event is a collaboration of spoken word, dance, music and more