(First airdate: November 6, 2018) KELLY BARLOW: SOOTHING SPIRITS AS WELL AS SORE BACKS. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Kelly Barlow, one of Port Townsend’s talented massage therapists. She’s a local girl - once upon a time she was even a cheerleader for the football team at Port Townsend High School. Over the years she built a thriving practice while raising her sons as a single mom. Like all great massage therapists, she listens to her clients. Stories get told behind the closed door of her tranquil salon. It’s as confidential as a confessional. She often ends up soothing spirits as well as tense muscles.
1:00 - Chris Stuart and Janet Beasley
2:00 - Bob Rosen, South County Report
2:30 - Susanne Duscha, author of Lost and Found In Kuwait
3:00 - Judith-Kate Friedman, “Songs from the Sound”
4:00 - Nathaniel Talbot, singer and songwriter
4:30 - Don White, reading
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1:00 - Port Townsend Community Orchestra
1:30 - Skip Cadorette, WAVE food drive
2:00 - Krapp's Last Tape, KCPT’s 60th anniversary event
2:30 - Amanda Milholland, Farmers Market, Chimacum Market close and Squash chef demo
3:00 - Chris Stuart, music of Randall Bays and John Coyne
3:30 - Jeanie Murphy, “Banjo Tunes, Tunings, and Lore”
4:30 - Heather Dudley Nollette, reading
(First airdate: October 23, 2018) JIM WALKOWSKI: FIGHTING FIRES & SAVING LIVES. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Jim Walkowski, the Chief of East Jefferson Fire & Rescue. Those blaring sirens and flashing lights mean that our brave men & women are off to help citizens in need. But few realize that about 80% of the calls in Jefferson County are medical calls. Our aging demographics present unique challenges to the fire department. The department’s thinly staffed and badly in need of both more funds and more volunteers. Perhaps you should consider helping out!