On the Couch: “Creem: America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine,” and supporting the Rose...

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“The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long … and you have burned so very, very brightly.”

On the Couch: “Rebuilding Paradise”

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The hard-fought recovery of a small town devastated by 2018 wildfire.

On the Couch: “The Wild” makes the plight of the environment deeply personal

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Environmental causes have tended to be a tough sell to the public because our empathy extends more easily to stories to which...

On the Couch: “John Lewis: Good Trouble”

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With the passing of U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) on July 17, whose 30-plus years of service in Congress were the capstone...

On the Couch: “The Grey Fox” returns

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Editor's note: This week, we start running movie reviews by local reviewer, Kirk Boxleitner. Kirk was a reviewer for the Port Townsend...

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So Long, Pygmy Kayaks

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More than three decades ago, when guys like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were building technology companies that would change the world,...

Welcome to The Rainshadow Journal!

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Rainshadow Journal is a website of news, commentary  and photography produced by a collective of retired journalists and co-conspirators, most of us...

Millions of Birds in Trump’s Crosshairs

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By Karen Sullivan A new interpretation of a century-old law meant to protect birds would not only leave more...

Fort Núñez Gaona

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In 1792, Spanish colonists, led by Lt. Sálvador Fidalgo, constructed Fort Núñez Gaona on the shore of Neah Bay. Named after Admiral...

From Lupine to Chinooks, the Elwha Pulses

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By Jessica Plumb Feature photo of Glines Canyon Dam reservoir by Jessica Plumb In September 2011,...