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GuitarFest offers three nights of musical variety

GuitarFest offers three nights of musical variety

Original compositions based on the poetry of Wendell Berry, a multi-media presentation on Latin American guitar music, and a performance by an internationally known Cuban guitarist are among the offerings at a three-day guitar music
Arts briefs: October 14, 2015

Arts briefs: October 14, 2015

Argentinean dance company coming Combinado Argentino de Danza, a contemporary dance company based in Buenos Aires, will perform on Oct. 30 at the Winthrop Barn. Formed by dancers, musicians, a DJ, beat boxer, and percussionist, the company’s members combine diverse genres including contemporary, hip-hop, and traditional Argentinean folkloric dance under the direction of Andrea Servera....
Letters to the editor: March 11, 2015

Letters to the editor: March 11, 2015

Doc says thanks Dear Editor: As of March 1, I no longer work at The Country Clinic in Winthrop. It was a hard decision to leave. I first saw patients at The Country Clinic in February 2005, covering for Dr. Ann Diamond when she volunteered in Thailand in the wake of the tsunami. My family...
Hunt ready to screen feature-length film, Haiku

Hunt ready to screen feature-length film, Haiku

By Ann McCreary
After pouring thousands of hours into creating his first feature-length film, Terry Hunt is ready to share it with the public. Hunt, a Twisp musician, composer and filmmaker, will present a public screening of his film, Haiku, on Saturday (Feb. 7) at 7 p.m. in The Merc Playhouse in Twisp....
Hunt’s Haiku to screen at The Merc

Hunt’s Haiku to screen at The Merc

Haiku, a full-length feature film written and directed by Methow Valley musician and filmmaker Terry Hunt, will be screened on Feb. 7 at The Merc Playhouse in Twisp. The film’s actors include local residents Danbert Nobacon, Donald McLane, Laura Love, Lynx Vilden and Tara Dod. Cost is $10, or $5 for students. For more information, call...
Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

By Ann McCreary
A jaded, junk food-eating, hard-partying reporter travels from Seattle to a remote valley to interview a once-famous 1960s beat poet who has become a monkish recluse. The reporter encounters a very different …