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SPOUSE magazine - August 2019

Spouse magazine

SPOUSE magazine - August 2019

To receive an email announcing the latest Spouse magazine, click here. To read the August 2019 Spouse Magazine, click HERE. In this month's issue: <<< Staycation at a historic B&B <<< In the spirit <<< Kobrew <<< Leaving the nest 101 <<< AAFES expanding layaway program <<< Wildlife on JBLM <<< Explore Port Townsend's maritime charm

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Pinwheel Catering's Herban Café

The corner lot that briefly housed Ezell’s Chicken (tasty southern cuisine), will soon be home to a full service restaurant with catering capabilities. Owners Stephen and Gretchen Nogler are moving Garden Café from Sumner to Tacoma’s Sixth Avenue. A large banner on the outside of the building announces a December

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Stoked holiday season

I can’t wait to get this week over with because I have soooo much to look forward to during the holiday season, especially since I’ve taken Dec. 21 to Jan. 3 off from work. YAH! Sure, there’s Christmas and all, but the day after that is much better in my world

The madness of theater

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The madness of theater

Though its setting is established as a cozy lake house getaway, much of The Seagull feels as though it takes place in a nightmarish purgatory where writers and actors -- suffused with every choking bit of egotism, depression, insanity, megalomania, and grinding fraud complexes -- are forced to endure one

Lux Perpetua Coffee

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Lux Perpetua Coffee

ANNOUNCER: After visiting the McKinley District to check out Dusty's Hideaway, Dutch and Jackie spied another newcomer to the neighborhood, Lux Perpetua Coffee. Needing some caffeination, the two made a quick stop to check it out. JACKIE: Artsy skateboard decks adorn the walls (though, with a rotating gallery these things may

'The Simpsons' invade TAM

Arts

'The Simpsons' invade TAM

There's never been a show like Bart at TAM: Animating America's Favorite Family at Tacoma Art Museum. One of the larger galleries at TAM has been turned into the home of the Simpsons: Homer, Bart, Marge, Lisa and Maggie, and many of the 80 some odd supporting characters from America's

446th Airlift Wing volunteer takes lead

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446th Airlift Wing volunteer takes lead

On her way to visit family in West Virginia, Staff Sgt. Clara Mailloux of the 446th Maintenance Squadron, made a pit stop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to meet up with friend James Thornton. The two had not seen each other since they met at Aviation Structural Mechanic School training in Pensacola,

Autism at work

News Front

Autism at work

Photo: Madison Muskopf, left, an Air Force civilian, discusses the topic of professionalism in the workplace during an Autism at Work program luncheon July 26 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, while Molly Fore, program lead, looks on. A one-of-a-kind Air Force Materiel Command employment initiative has entered its second successful

‘Give Parents a Break’

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‘Give Parents a Break’

Photo: Deployments, extended TDYs, and ongoing medical appointments increase stress on military families -- especially those with young children. To offset some of these challenges, eligible active-duty parents can receive free childcare vouchers through the “Give Parents a Break” program. The program, sponsored by the Air Force Aid Society and

Eagle Passage opens at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

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Eagle Passage opens at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park

Eagle Passage, a walk-through forested habitat for bald eagles, recently opened at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park and makes for a perfect day trip for military families. It is the new home for four bald eagles who suffered injuries that prevent them from fully flying. Sucia, Salish, Sequoia and Cheveyo will

Rock climbing, your style

Military Life

Rock climbing, your style

If you've been climbing at indoor rock-climbing gyms and want to take it to the next level -- transition to climbing outdoors with an experienced guide through the Outdoor Recreation program. Climbing trips are a great option for beginners, with opportunities to learn the basics of the sport. I joined one

Competing to be the best

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Competing to be the best

Across the entire Army, the Best Warrior Competition recognizes soldiers who demonstrate commitment to the Army values, embody the warrior ethos and represent the force of the future. Warriors competing for the title, "Soldier of the Year," include the ranks of private through specialist. Warriors competing for the title, "Non-commissioned Officer

Pospisil assumes responsibility as Corps CSM

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Pospisil assumes responsibility as Corps CSM

Photo: Command Sgt. Maj. Shane E. Pospisil (left) receives the I Corps colors from Commanding General, Lt. Gen. Gary J. Volesky (right) during an Assumption of Responsibility ceremony Aug. 12 in front of I Corps headquarters on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Soldiers from America's First Corps welcomed their new command sergeant major

Saving lives, on and off duty

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Saving lives, on and off duty

A trio of staff members once again proved that going above and beyond the call of duty is just another day at Madigan Army Medical Center. On their way home from long shifts, Kassandra Ooms, a certified nursing assistant in the Emergency Medicine, Shawn Janson, a dispatcher in the Communications

TEACH-NOW

Jobs & Education

TEACH-NOW

There is a global demand for kindergarten thru 12th grade teachers. To meet the need, Washington, D.C.-based TEACH-NOW offers prospective teachers an activities-based, collaborative learning-to-teach program. The online teacher preparation program takes candidates nine months to complete before they are certified. "This program is really built on the delivery model of activity-based,

Brunson takes command of Bayonet Division

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Brunson takes command of Bayonet Division

Photo: Lt. Gen. Gary Volesky, I Corps commanding general, passes the 7th Infantry Division colors to Maj. Gen. Xavier Brunson, formally recognizing him as the commanding general of the 7th Inf. Division during a change of command ceremony held at Joint Base Lewis-McChord Aug. 13. Soldiers, families and community members gathered

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Pour at Four

What is the deal with all of the booze in the world and why does it affect me in such different and distinct ways? Beers make me mellow. Tequila makes me diabolical. Shots make me fall down. Wine makes me shine. And it never ever fails: Champagne always makes me giggle. Just last week I stepped

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Green drinks all around

What do a Green Mojo, lime and honey Martini and an Apple-tini all have in common? Yes, they are all delicious alcoholic drinks, but there’s something else — they are all some shade of the color green. No, it’s not St. Patrick’s Day yet so what prompted the green beverages?

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Bending space

Driving up Fourth Avenue in Olympia, I glanced in the window of Black Front Gallery and saw what looked like an intricate wall sculpture made of cut paper and swirling strands of wire. From my distance and angle as I drove by — holding up traffic as I slowly inched

Abella Pizzeria

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Abella Pizzeria

ANNOUNCER: With the abundance of pizzerias in the South Sound, weeding out the good from the not so good can take a bit of time. Fortunately, Dutch and Jackie are willing to spend that time eating pizza after pizza. This week, they head downtown Tacoma to Abella Pizzeria on Pacific

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