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It wasn’t a brick-and-mortar edifice, but the PTguide.com website was a landmark in a different way. more
Port Townsend web designer Frank DePalma has the website for those who want to support local restaurants while still practicing social distancing, but don’t know which establishments are still serving customers. more
It’s “Take 2” for 20-year Port Townsend resident Jeff Eichen’s online workshop covering photography techniques, Photoshop editing and light-room staging. Eichen, who … more
The next “Feel Good, Do Good” yoga benefit will run from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, June 1, with an online yoga class to benefit Dove House Advocacy Services, which provides services to … more
Leader news staffnews@ptleader.com   Amidst the COVID-19 shut-downs, 28 local women and girls received scholarships for the 2020-21 academic year. The University Women’s … more
KPTZ 91.9 FM in Port Townsend celebrated its ninth birthday on May 14. On May 29, the station will mark another significant milestone, when Phil Andrus hosts the final regular episode of Tossed Salad. more
For the better part of the past decade, the Rev. Simon de Voil has ministered to the community’s souls through song and fellowship, and helped its young people learn a productive trade in boat-building, but the end of this month marks his last service as music director and assistant minister at Unity Church of Port Townsend. more
It’s “take two” for 20-year Port Townsend resident Jeff Eichen’s online workshop covering photography techniques, Photoshop editing and light-room staging. Eichen, who … more
Editor’s note: Welcome to ‘Nature Notes,’ a new monthly column that will delve into the history and biology of the Olympic Peninsula’s many native plant species. Author … more
Local film fest fans need not fret. The Port Townsend Women and Film Festival this spring and the Port Townsend Film Festival this fall are back on track, albeit in virtual form. The Women and … more
With some degree of social distinction continuing to be the order of the day, we’re all spending a lot more time online lately, not just to consume media, but to carry on the sorts of social … more
Although Gov. Jay Inslee announced May 1 that Jefferson County may be able to lift restrictions on business operations sooner than other counties in the state, representatives of the Fort Worden … more
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