VIDEO MENU — The Horror! The Horror!

Jason Zinoman discusses what makes movies scary in this New York Times video — More New York Times news videos from this week —… Continue reading

PENINSULA SPOTLIGHT: Studio tour allows glimpse of artists’ creative process

PORT TOWNSEND — An evolving sculpture park. A graphic designer returning to fine art. An acupuncturist who snips tin into toys. They're all here on… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Makah Days celebrates tribe’s family, culture

NEAH BAY — The annual Makah Days festival is a celebration of family, both individual and cultural. “What Makah Days means to me is a… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Olympic Peninsula Senior Games begin

PORT ANGELES — The seventh annual Olympic Peninsula Senior Games start this morning with horseshoes and quickly escalates into more active and varied events. More… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Other area events on Olympic Peninsula

Concerts, carnivals, book sales and reunions are among the events planned on the North Olympic Peninsula this weekend. Other major weekend events are spotlighted in… Continue reading

WEEKEND — Port Townsend Summer Band wraps season

“The Duke of Marlborough” fanfare by Percy Grainger, John Philip Sousa's “The Occidental” march, “Blue Tango” by Leroy Anderson and other rousing music will meet… Continue reading

Inspiration awaits in Chetzemoka Park with haiku workshop Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — On Saturday, Margaret McGee plans a pilgrimage to one of her favorite spots — and she’s inviting others to walk, write and… Continue reading

JOHN NELSON’S LIVE MUSIC COLUMN: Rock, country, blues on stage this week

THEY SANG, JUGGLED, danced, yodeled and performed their way into the inaugural Clallam County Variety and Talent Show stage Sunday at the Clallam County Fair,… Continue reading

Hot-air balloon visits Sequim as a teaser for next year’s festival

SEQUIM — As if wanting to entice a healthy flock of hot-air balloons, Sequim presented an azure sky and a field unruffled by even the… Continue reading


TWIN ISLANDS. PICNIC Point. Ward's Walk. Hidden Cove. To people who live in Port Ludlow, these names are familiar because they are either on, or… Continue reading

KAREN GRIFFITHS’ HORSEPLAY COLUMN: New leadership for 4-H; fair results

COUNTY FAIRS ARE such grand traditions: eating elephant ears and pulled pork sandwiches; viewing all the wonderful handmade quilts, toys, art and crafts; observing fine… Continue reading

VIDEO — Sofia Vergara photo shoot

Sofia Vergara photo shoot USA WEEKEND Exclusive! "Modern Family" star Sofia Vergara explains her personal style in this behind-the-scenes video of a USA Weekend magazine… Continue reading

VIDEO — Food (Three Many Cooks)

QUICK COOKING VIDEOS from Three Many Cooks: a real-world mom-and-daughters. Find their recipes each week inside USA Weekend magazine, part of the Peninsula Daily News… Continue reading

  • Aug 23, 2011

VIDEO — “The Adventures of Tintin” trailer

FILMMAKERS STEVEN SPIELBERG and Peter Jackson bring the famous characters from Belgian artist Herge to the big screen. "The Adventures of Tintin" will be in… Continue reading

Clallam County Fair results, talent show video debut on

The results from the Clallam County Fair are coming in, and is publishing them starting today. Simply click on the "Fair Results" button toward… Continue reading

Artist creates pieces both ornamental, functional; studio part of annual Art Port Townsend tour

MARROWSTONE ISLAND -- Seen running errands in Hadlock or swimming laps at the Mountain View pool, George Chechopoulos is exactly what he appears to be… Continue reading

Musicians booked for Elwha dams removal celebration

PORT ANGELES — The rock band Cake and a pair of singer-songwriters are booked for the Saturday night concert amid Celebrate Elwha!, the Sept. 14-18… Continue reading

Free outdoor concert today in Sequim (with list of other free 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

PENINSULA WOMAN: Finding joy in the toy

PORT TOWNSEND — Tiger Balm doesn’t just soothe sore muscles. It also provides tin for toy tigers — red ones that artist Loran Scruggs snips… Continue reading

Internet film premieres today; documents abundance in Gardiner garden

GARDINER — In their documentary film “Back to Eden,” Sarah Zentz and Dana Richardson tell the story of one man, one acre — and abundance.… Continue reading