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More than a little gender flexibility is going on in Grays Harbor College’s production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” — and it’s a blast.
This weekend, Harborites of Irish ancestry (whether real or wishful) will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
In “The Enchanted Bookshop,” classic literary characters come to life to save their beloved bookshop. And in real life, several people stepped up to save this children’s theater production during a time of crisis.
The trio of twins represent three different towns and Troops, but they share a fierce dedication to their goals and solid support from family and community.
Independent filmmaker Aria is looking for a shady lady to appear in the final scenes of her movie, “Grayport.”
Grace Aiken and Kathryn Thomas were crowned Miss Grays Harbor and Grays…
Fifteen young women will compete Saturday in the Miss Grays Harbor and Outstanding Teen Pageant.
Hoquiam’s first Galentine’s Day celebration, organized by Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff, raised $360…
The recent snows here on the Harbor reminded me of a personal journey I took a couple of Novembers ago.
“Cinderella” will sweep onto the 7th Street Theatre stage tonight for a four-day run.
Simultaneous events for similar causes: Musicale and Harbor Influences look to raise funds for music scholarships
Next weekend will bring two major annual fundraising concerts for local music…
The reviews, geared toward an adult audience, will be presented at 10:30 a.m. every Friday from Jan. 4 through Feb. 22
A long-awaited project at the 7th Street Theatre is finally coming to fruition, but it’s costing more than expected.
The Polson Museum is contributing work to the construction of the expanded Museum of the North Beach.
Mary “Rick” Gauger has been directing the Willapa Harbor Chorale since 1984.
Hoquiam dominated Aberdeen 20-14 in the seventh annual Donnybrook on Thanksgiving Day.
Aberdeen’s third annual Winterfest is adding two new elements this weekend: a reindeer visit and a gingerbread house contest.
The Grays Harbor College Opera Workshop will stage its holiday show Dec. 1 and 2.
The Driftwood Players will debut their new production on Saturday: “Looking at Christmas.”
I’ve got the essentials covered for the first holiday dinner in my new(ish) house.