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Robert Ambrose: Prelude to PT

Pleasures and Treasurers host Marcia Perlstein interviews Robert Ambrose, KPTZ’s Board President, and host of Rhythm Connection. (First airdate: December 21, 2017)

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Kippi Waters

(First airdate: November 16, 2017) Pleasures and Treasurers host Marcia Perlstein interviews Kippi Waters, founding member and administrator of Peninsula Homecare Cooperative, in Port Townsend. Kippi describes the services, mentoring and training as well as the spirit of compassionate and professional care.

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Denise Winters

Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein interviews Denise Winters, Executive Artistic Director of Key City Public Theatre. Denise rolls out the coming 2018 season and casts light on all things Key City.

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Bazaar Girls – an update

(First airdate: October 5, 2017) Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein visits with the owners of Bazaar Girls, Kerri and Numaka, and gets an update on new offerings and classes available through this popular local yarn, knitting and fiber arts store.

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Good-Bye, Sweet Laurette’s

(First airdate: July 11, 2017) In this exit interview, Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein pays homage to a very special woman in our town, Sweet Laurette. Her warm, delicious restaurant has been sold. Tune in to hear her memories of Port Townsend and get a glimpse of her next adventures.

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2016 Centrum Writers’ Conference #2

(first airdate: July 14, 2016). Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein interviews Debra Gwartney and Kwame Dawes, master faculty at Centrum’s 2016 Writers’ Conference.

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2016 Centrum Writers’ Conference #1

(first airdate: July 13, 2016). Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein interviews Writers’ Conference Director Jordan Hartt. and conference participant Nyla Dart.

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P.T. School of the Arts

(first airdate: June 23, 2016) PT Treasures & Pleasures, hosted by Larry Stein visits the PT School of the Arts, at Fort Worden. Guests include Max Grover, co-founder, Katherine Baril, board member, and Jesse Joshua Watson, teacher – with a class of 4-8th graders.

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Sandy Diamond

(first airdate of this repeat episode:  February 22, 2016)  In Memoriam – Marcia Perlstein’s interview with artist, poet and musician Sandy Diamond, who passed away recently in Port Townsend.  This Pleasures and Treasures interview was originally recorded in 2011.  The reprise of the interview is introduced by Gabriel Diamond, Sandy’s son.

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Gabriel Diamond

(First airdate: February 25, 2016) Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein interviews Gabriel Diamond, filmmaker and son of Sandy Diamond, noted Port Townsend poet and artist who recently passed away.   This is a companion piece to a re-broadcast (see above) of Marcia’s interview with Sandy Diamond from 2012.

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Buried Child

(Airdate: January 4, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews director David Hillman and actors Michelle Hensel, and Jason Noltemeier of Sam Shepard’s play Buried Child, presented at the Chameleon Theater by the One Time Players.

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Cris Wilson

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Laura Melvin, retired judge

Host, Marcia Perlstein interviews retired judge, Laura Melvin

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Nancianna Maitre

Nanciana is a former Seattle dance instructor who lives with MS held in the warm embrace of a loving community. She has much to share about navigating challenges and having a full life replete with human connections, joy and the pleasures that come from art, culture and reading. She is working on her 2nd volume of poetry.

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Ben Henzgen

MOUNTAIN bike cyclist extraordinaire took a record-setting round-Australia ride this past year. He is also a poet, musician and teacher of music theory.

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Abuse in the Military

(First airdate: April 20, 2015) Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein talks with Sara Blum about sexual abuse in the military.

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Gale Wallis

Pleasures and Treasures host Marcia Perlstein interviews Gale Wallis.

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