Diane Urbani de la Paz

Tyler Myles Vega.

Questions sought for forum

Port Townsend council candidates to take part in forum

Tyler Myles Vega.
Felicidad Garcia, left, marries Dese’rae L. Stage in one of the joyful moments in “The S Word,” the Port Townsend Film Festival Pic available for free streaming throughout this week. (Photo courtesy of “The S Word”)

Film focuses on survival through connection

Show delves into importance of talking, listening

Felicidad Garcia, left, marries Dese’rae L. Stage in one of the joyful moments in “The S Word,” the Port Townsend Film Festival Pic available for free streaming throughout this week. (Photo courtesy of “The S Word”)
Anna Petrova, pictured taking her bow with Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack in 2017, is slated to return as guest pianist this November. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles Symphony adjusts its season

COVID-19 resurgence changes plans

Anna Petrova, pictured taking her bow with Port Angeles Symphony conductor Jonathan Pasternack in 2017, is slated to return as guest pianist this November. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Anita Edwards has turned her Come Sew studio into a free space for sewing in downtown Port Townsend. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News

Come Sew for free

Entrepreneur turns business into open creative space

Anita Edwards has turned her Come Sew studio into a free space for sewing in downtown Port Townsend. Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
"All That Jazz" is one of the numbers in "Broadway in Your PJs," the online show presented through Saturday by Ghostlight Productions. The show was filmed in Port Angeles' Lincoln Theater with, from left, Jeremy Pederson, Courtney Smith, Darian Rentas, Danielle Lorentzen, Anna Pederson, Quinton Cornell, Emily Spink and Mark Lorentzen. (photo courtesy Ghostlight Productions)

Hucksters, Soulshakers and Hidden History this weekend on Olympic Peninsula

This Labor Day weekend brings a whole lot of music and visual art to explore, both online and in clubs and galleries on the North… Continue reading

"All That Jazz" is one of the numbers in "Broadway in Your PJs," the online show presented through Saturday by Ghostlight Productions. The show was filmed in Port Angeles' Lincoln Theater with, from left, Jeremy Pederson, Courtney Smith, Darian Rentas, Danielle Lorentzen, Anna Pederson, Quinton Cornell, Emily Spink and Mark Lorentzen. (photo courtesy Ghostlight Productions)
Blue sharks swim the Gulf of Maine in Bill Curtsinger’s photograph on display at Port Townsend’s Grover Gallery. (Photo by Bill Curtsinger)
Blue sharks swim the Gulf of Maine in Bill Curtsinger’s photograph on display at Port Townsend’s Grover Gallery. (Photo by Bill Curtsinger)
Weaver Susan Pavel is the presenter in the First Friday Speaker Series program this Friday evening. The Jefferson County Historical Society event highlights “The Art of Making,” and local craftspeople of many disciplines. (photo courtesy Jefferson County Historical Society)

Master weaver to demonstrate Coast Salish craft

Pavel will offer a show-and-tell of her work, a process that can require several months of dedicated focus

Weaver Susan Pavel is the presenter in the First Friday Speaker Series program this Friday evening. The Jefferson County Historical Society event highlights “The Art of Making,” and local craftspeople of many disciplines. (photo courtesy Jefferson County Historical Society)
Joe Gillard of Quilcene, pictured on the steps of the Centrum building where he works, is author of “The Little Book of Lost Words.” (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
Joe Gillard of Quilcene, pictured on the steps of the Centrum building where he works, is author of “The Little Book of Lost Words.” (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
The Windsong sailboat of Port Townsend departs Friday morning from Point Hudson, where the Wooden Boat Festival would have taken place. The Sept. 10-12 festival is among two Port Townsend festivals canceled due to the changing COVID landscape, organizers said Friday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)
The Windsong sailboat of Port Townsend departs Friday morning from Point Hudson, where the Wooden Boat Festival would have taken place. The Sept. 10-12 festival is among two Port Townsend festivals canceled due to the changing COVID landscape, organizers said Friday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Boy rescued, airlifted from Buckhorn Wilderness

Child had been kicked by a mule

Ben Rutherford, an employee of River Run Farm near Sequim, arranges locally grown produce at the Port Angeles Farmers Market. Such markets are among the destinations in this month’s “Eat Local First” campaign. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula-wide Eat Local First effort underway

Virtual Bingo Challenge promotes activities

Ben Rutherford, an employee of River Run Farm near Sequim, arranges locally grown produce at the Port Angeles Farmers Market. Such markets are among the destinations in this month’s “Eat Local First” campaign. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)
Anne Liu Kellor of Seattle is author of "Heart Radical" on She Writes Press.

Stories create connection between strangers

This summer I traveled to China and spoke, with effort, in Chinese and English. I saw the crush of people in crowded Chengdu, and I… Continue reading

Anne Liu Kellor of Seattle is author of "Heart Radical" on She Writes Press.
Northwind Art Executive Director Teresa Verraes shows off the just-finished collective painting at the close of “The Big Reveal,” the fundraiser held at Fort Worden State Park on Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Artists create pieces of bigger picture

‘Big Reveal’ a fundraiser for Northwind Art

Northwind Art Executive Director Teresa Verraes shows off the just-finished collective painting at the close of “The Big Reveal,” the fundraiser held at Fort Worden State Park on Sunday. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Wooden Boat Festival canceled

Vaccination requirement prompts pullouts

Satria McKnight, 12, of Port Townsend is among the performers who studies at the Pop-Up Movement gym in Port Hadlock. She’ll appear in Pop-Up’s shows this weekend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Pop-Up Movement offers shows, classes

‘Pandemic project’ gains velocity

Satria McKnight, 12, of Port Townsend is among the performers who studies at the Pop-Up Movement gym in Port Hadlock. She’ll appear in Pop-Up’s shows this weekend. (Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic Music Festival hosts GardenMusic ensemble

Live show prelude to Virtual Salon Concerts

The Fulton Street Chamber Players, featuring pianist George Lopez, will give the last two Concerts in the Barn this weekend at Quilcene's Trillium Woods Farm. photos courtesy of Concerts in the Barn

Weekend arts events set on Peninsula

An outdoor knitting circle, jazz live in a castle courtyard, classical music in and around a barn: They’re happening tonight through Sunday on the North… Continue reading

The Fulton Street Chamber Players, featuring pianist George Lopez, will give the last two Concerts in the Barn this weekend at Quilcene's Trillium Woods Farm. photos courtesy of Concerts in the Barn
Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys — from left, Joey Gish, Hayden Pomeroy, Abby Sill and David Rivers — will give a reunion concert outdoors at the Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm in Sequim on Friday. (Photo courtesy Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys)
Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys — from left, Joey Gish, Hayden Pomeroy, Abby Sill and David Rivers — will give a reunion concert outdoors at the Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm in Sequim on Friday. (Photo courtesy Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys)