Tribal-inspired wear now sold at Hurricane Ridge gift store

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Garments with Jamestown S’Klallam tribal designs by artist Dale Faulstich are now being sold at the gift shop inside the Hurricane… Continue reading

False step fells ‘Macbeth’ actor in Port Townsend outdoor production

PORT TOWNSEND — His cellphone rang just as “Macbeth” director Charlie Bethel took his seat on the plane. He was headed Monday to Minnesota, where… Continue reading

Quick assessment to answer how many shop at Port Angeles Farmers Market

PORT ANGELES — It’s like an ecosystem under The Gateway pavilion, where everybody affects everybody else. And like its counterparts around the country, the Port… Continue reading

‘Eating Baba Yaga’ DVD release party slated Saturday night

PORT TOWNSEND — Baba Yaga is a kind of witch, a Russian fairy-tale creature who lives in the forest in a hut that rotates on… Continue reading

Cloverdayle duo to perform at Port Angeles winery Saturday night

PORT ANGELES — Rachael and Chad don’t look old enough to have 14 years of musical history together. But the Portland, Ore., pair, who are… Continue reading

PENINSULA SPOTLIGHT: Steampunk band to highlight Port Angeles Heritage Days’ first Steam Ball

PORT ANGELES — This is a weekend when the past, the future, the real and the imagined all converge downtown. It’s Heritage Days again, that… Continue reading

Agnew author writes political techno-thriller, self-publishes

PORT ANGELES — Larry Howard wasn’t going to bother much with Blood of the Dragon. He wrote the novel over several long weekends in California’s… Continue reading

Clarinet concert in Sequim on Sunday

SEQUIM — The Marmalades, a clarinet group, will perform at 1 p.m. Sunday. The concert will be held in the shade garden at McComb Gardens,… Continue reading

JOHN NELSON’S LIVE MUSIC: Appearances across the Peninsula

TOURISTS (GOD LOVE 'em) are chokin' up the highways, and highway pavers are backin' 'em up one or two miles, so you might as well… Continue reading

Rockers at Leland Lake for fundraiser

QUILCENE — A small flock of rockers who deal in the music of the 1960s will descend on Leland Lake this weekend. Dennis Mitchell of… Continue reading

The Coupon Queen — how to save money (VIDEO)

Meet Allison Mullen, a mom who saved thousands of dollars last year by using newspaper coupons. A story on her money-saving skills appeared in USA… Continue reading

New video — interview with Adrian Xavier, Seattle singer/songwriter, at 7 Cedars Casino in Blyn

PORT TOWNSEND-BASED independent multi-media journalist and videographer Jack Olmsted staffs Pacific Northwest festivals, parades and public events. In a new video posted by Olmsted, Seattle… Continue reading

Public invited to huge summer picnic and patriotic celebration on Saturday

GARDINER — “Unity of Effort," a combination summer picnic and patriotic celebration “dedicated to those that protect our way of life,” will be held at… Continue reading

Outdoor concert in Sequim tonight (and concerts in Port Angeles and Port Townsend later this week)

PACK UP YOUR favorite comfort food — along with blankets and lawn chairs to sit on — and stake out your spot at a free… Continue reading

Outdoor concerts this week in Sequim, Port Angeles, Port Townsend

PACK UP YOUR favorite comfort food — along with blankets and lawn chairs to sit on — and stake out your spot at a free… Continue reading

310 bicyclists get their ups, downs on ride to Hurricane Ridge [**Gallery**]

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — It was all about pumping up. And hurtling down. Ascension to Hurricane Ridge was care- and car-free for some 310 bicyclists… Continue reading

Kimm Brown of Neah Bay always smokes local, fresh salmon (VIDEO)

By The Oregonian "I WON'T COOK frozen fish," says Kimm Brown. "It's really sad that anyone would have to. It tastes horrible." It was by… Continue reading

  • Aug 7, 2011
  • By The Oregonian

PENINSULA WOMAN: Hospice nurse helps patients navigate rough path of grief

SEQUIM — Sky Heatherton has navigated more than her share of nights filled with fear. They started after one Tuesday afternoon in September, when she… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Blackberries sweeten the Joyce Daze festival (with CORRECTION)

CORRECTION — This story has been edited to delete any reference to Robert Fowler. The Robert Fowler who is with Peninsula Dream Machines is not… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Ride the Hurricane bike event this weekend also to raise funds for road access

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — Nearly 300 riders are expected on Hurricane Ridge Road in the Ride the Hurricane bike ride set Sunday. And $2 of… Continue reading