WEEKEND: Rock show slated in Sequim tonight

SEQUIM — Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC, Aerosmith, ZZ Top — these are the classic rockers to be celebrated tonight as the Fabulous Johnsons band… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Soccer field at Peninsula College to be rededicated Saturday

PORT ANGELES — Just as the college soccer season gets going full blast Peninsula College will rededicate its state-of-the-art soccer complex Saturday between the scheduled… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Solar power tour in Carlsborg highlights energy’s growth

CARLSBORG — The Clallam County Public Utility District and local solar contractors will offer a close-up look at what home­owners are doing to generate power… Continue reading

JOHN NELSON’S LIVE MUSIC COLUMN: Get out of blues funk with live music

THIS ARTICLE HAS been revised to reflect the following correction: Tacoma’s T-Town Aces will perform the blues at the Front Street Alibi, 1605 E. Front… Continue reading

Sequim cafe opens its doors to coffee lovers

SEQUIM — “Someday” has come for Don Batcheller, the man behind Rainshadow Coffee Roasting Co. Batcheller, who's been roasting coffee beans for 15 years, celebrated… Continue reading

Port Townsend wraps up ‘wonderful’ film festival

PORT TOWNSEND — It’s a wrap. The 12 annual Port Townsend Film Festival closed Sunday night with special showings of the two films that won… Continue reading

Packing school lunches on global scale

PORT ANGELES ­— It’s an afternoon, a morning or both, packing school lunches on a grand, border-crossing scale. The first-ever Olympic Peninsula Meal Marathon on… Continue reading

PENINSULA WOMAN: Quartet turns up volume at pair of fundraising concerts

SEQUIM — Some might say the song’s risque. But it’s also one descriptive invitation from four women who know a good time when they hear… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Port Townsend Film Festival offers feast for movie lovers’ eyes starting today

Click here for a schedule of film showings: PORT TOWNSEND — Flip to the program centerfold and find the blue. That's your ticket, Janette… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Myriad activities highlight Dungeness River Festival

SEQUIM — A river of life is cause for celebration this weekend — in the woods, on a restored railroad bridge and on the pebb­led… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Sequim Harvest Dinner to feature homegrown food

SEQUIM — The 12th annual 100-Mile Harvest Celebration Dinner will be held Sunday. The dinner — made up almost entirely of ingredients grown or made… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Classic cars, fun set for Shane Park fundraiser

PORT ANGELES — More than 100 classic cars will be on display at Shane Park in west Port Angeles for the inaugural Old-Fashioned Family Fun… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Celebrate public lands at Kalaloch

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Special activities are planned at Kalaloch on Saturday during National Public Lands Day, when entrance to federal lands will be free.… Continue reading

WEEKEND — From skateboarding to concerts, weekend will be busy on Olympic Peninsula

A skateboarding contest, the first concert in Peninsula College's new venue and the Friends of the Poor Walk join music concerts, hikes and other attractions… Continue reading

Area gospel leader’s performance of new record to be tribute to musician’s father

PORT ANGELES — September was going to be an intense month for former Peninsula Men’s Gospel Singers director Michael Rivers. His solo album, “My Father’s… Continue reading

JOHN NELSON’S LIVE MUSIC COLUMN: 60 years later, and still rolling along

SIXTY YEARS AGO yesterday, the Nelson family from the flatland of Illinois came north on U.S. Highway 101 along Hood Canal. It was bright and… Continue reading

Author to speak about yoga, motherhood in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND ­— Yoga is funny. It can also be “incredibly annoying.” So Elizabeth Gilbert, she of Eat Pray Love fame, says on the back… Continue reading

KAREN GRIFFITHS’ HORSEPLAY COLUMN: Fundraiser ride hosted by area chapter

WINNING, OR DOING well, is often a reflection of how much effort is put forth. Becky and Dave Seibel were holding an American Competitive Trail… Continue reading

Singers, quartet to perform Thursday in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — Moonflower, an a cappella singing ensemble, and the quartet Pleasures of the Court will come together for a Candlelight Concert on Thursday… Continue reading

‘eTown’s’ Port Angeles episodes to air in November

PORT ANGELES — The national radio show “eTown,” which came to the North Olympic Peninsula last Saturday night to record a concert by the California… Continue reading