Poet Kaune to read from new book in Port Townsend

PORT TOWNSEND — In her new book, All the Birds Awake, poet Gayle Kaune takes readers on a wild ride. Simply put, Kaune’s poems travel… Continue reading

‘You Can’t Take It’ preview tonight in Sequim

SEQUIM — Two families — one wacky and happy, the other strait-laced and appalled — collide in “You Can’t Take It with You,” the Pulitzer… Continue reading

KAREN GRIFFITHS’ HORSEPLAY COLUMN: Blankets, feed points of contention

WHILE I DON'T have a bog spavin horse, I do regret not being able to attend the Spooky Clinic thrown at Becky Siebel's Spirit Horse… Continue reading

Giving voice to their tears and laughter: Real-life comic, tragic tales told at Elwha Heritage Center in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — Even as symbols of death stood around them, the men and the women sang hopeful songs about life. Their songs, in the… Continue reading

PENINSULA WOMAN: Dressing them for success at Working Image

PORT TOWNSEND — Walk into this one-of-a-kind boutique, and you find much to tantalize the eyes and fingertips. A soft pink cashmere sweater. A down… Continue reading

PENINSULA SPOTLIGHT: Eugene Ballet’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ on stage in Port Angeles

With swords, arched backs and willowy limbs, they tell a story of sweet sorrow. This is the definitive tale of fair maiden and smitten man… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Coho becoming scarce in final days of season (Matt Schubert’s Outdoors Column)

THE END OF salmon season in the Strait of Juan de Fuca may have come early. Anglers still have four more days to go after… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Ghouls, ghosties and heroes to swarm across Peninsula

Trick or treat, it's a thriller of a weekend. According to Twilight, the North Olympic Peninsula is home to vampires and werewolves. This weekend and… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Other area events on North Olympic Peninsula

Music, films, a cemetery walk and benefits are among the events offered on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Arts and entertainment events appear in… Continue reading

JOHN NELSON’S LIVE MUSIC COLUMN: Take part in costumes, music, dancing

OH, THE SPINE-TINGLING screams, the frightening costumes of zombies, vampires, werewolves, aliens, Wall Street brokers or classic cowboys, Native Americans, cartoon characters coming to life… Continue reading

Indian Voices rise out of pain with hope and humor; open-mic night Tuesday in Port Angeles [ ***GALLERY*** ]

PORT ANGELES — It sounds like one heavy night. But with these voices and these survivors, Tuesday stands to be about rising, rising out of… Continue reading

PENINSULA WOMAN: College’s women’s soccer team kicks, runs full steam to success

PORT ANGELES — This city is a lot of things. And now, 27 women are turning it into a magnet. They’re the Pirate Women, the… Continue reading

WEEKEND: ‘Celebrity’ baggers to sack up attention for United Way

Well-known local people will take over the bagging of groceries and other items Saturday to call attention to the United Way of Clall­am County fund… Continue reading

WEEKEND: ‘Freeze mob’ to raise awareness of massage benefits

PORT ANGELES — This Sunday, people will be freezing in Sequim. In the middle of a busy place — the location of which remains a… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Celebrate mushrooms at free show on Sunday

SEQUIM — If you are curious about the fungi among us, the Olympic Peninsula Mycological Society Wild Mushroom Show on is the place to be… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Dungeness River Audubon Center celebrates anniversary

SEQUIM — Friends and fans of the Dungeness River Audubon Center will celebrate the center's 10th year with an open house today. The event will… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Genealogy conference slated in Port Angeles

PORT ANGELES — The Family History Center volunteers want to help you find out who you are. Information about researching family trees will be offered… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Haunted houses unleash scares this weekend on Peninsula

Some Halloween celebrations are beginning early, with haunted houses planned in both Port Townsend and Port Angeles this week. Also, the annual Pumpkin Patch is… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Meal Marathon exceeds expectations

PORT ANGELES — Marathon day did not turn out like organizer Karen Coles thought it might. Coles, with a small team of volunteers, put together… Continue reading

WEEKEND: Other area events on Olympic Peninsula

Music from classical to jazz and entertainment from roller derby to harvest dinners are planned this weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula. Arts and entertainment… Continue reading