For the best in reggae, dub and ska, join DJ Mars for Inna Fine Style. This exciting weekly show comes your way Saturday mornings from 8 to 9:30am. Email DJ Mars.
With his extensive musical knowledge and eclectic selections, Mateu Yearian starts his new show, The Overload, on Wednesday, 21 from 3-4pm. You can contact him here.
KPTZ is excited to announce an Evening of Classical Piano with Michael Carroll, a Candlelight Concert, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Port Townsend on Thursday, February 22 at 7pm. Michael Carroll has been playing piano since age eight, and has been performing since the 1990s. He is currently the Co-Director of the Port Townsend Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series. Carroll’s concert program will include selections from some of the classical greats: Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, and Brahms.
(Airdate: February 14, 2024) Please join Nature Now host Debaran Kelso as we dive once again into the fascinating world of humpback whales with Dr. Fred Sharpe! This week we will focus on the phenomenon of “bubble ring” formation, and what they might mean as a form of communication.
As Peter Marsh, journalist and Volunteer Director of Astoria’s Hawthorn Cannery Museum writes, “The Hawaiian Chieftain, a classic sailing ship with a bright yellow hull and traditional square rig, has been a popular sight on the waters in the Pacific Northwest for almost 30 years. But wherever it went, this unique steel vessel was often overshadowed by its wooden partner Lady Washington -the state of Washington’s official historic tall ship.” As we stand in the Boatyard below the Chieftain’s steel hull, we’re about to take a tour with Arren Day (pictured above), Lead Shipwright for the Chieftain’s restoration, and one of the twelve partners of the Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-Op. We’ll learn about some of the ship’s history and witness the work of the incredible variety of Boatyard artisans involved with the project. We’ll also find out what may be in store for her once the Hawaiian Chieftain’s owners take her back to her birthplace in Lahaina, Hawaii.
(Airdate: February 13, 2024) Actually the Silk Road doesn’t begin until we cover another thousand miles….
(Airdate: February 12, 2014) From the archives of Tossed Salad comes A Short Step Back in Time, in which Leader publisher-emeritus Scott Wilson interviews Mark Welch, a Port Townsend native whose roots stretch to the early days of the city. Of particular interest are the changes to the culture of the Port Townsend as young ex-urbanites arrived and brought with them skills and interests which turned the city from one of fishing and logging to one of art galleries and festivals. Hosted by Phil Andrus.