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A taste of Sorrento in Olympia

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A taste of Sorrento in Olympia

The intense emotion of an operatic aria occupies the space aurally while the strong aromas of Italian cuisine fill it spatially. In the middle of this intensity, I enjoy the best Caesar salad of my entire life at Sorrento Ristorante Italiano (430 Legion Way, Olympia, (360) 352-9915), appreciating the intricacies

PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Nightcap

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PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Nightcap

Friday, Feb. 24 Dinner at The Side Door Lounge was probably not a good idea. The Italian and I had planned a terrific boring night of going home after dinner and chilling, but then whiskey and vodka got to talking, and they decided we were headed to Magoo's for a nightcap.

PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Self Check

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PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Self Check

Self check Everyday things really bug me - like the grocery store and paying bills. The Italian and I hit the new Albertson's off of South 38th and Pacific Avenue. It was packed. We grabbed our stuff as fast as possible. I went back for mustard, and to my horror when I

PERMANENT LIPSTICK: St. Paddy's Day

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PERMANENT LIPSTICK: St. Paddy's Day

Begorra and bejaysus! St. Paddy's Day. A night for swilling more liquor and green beer than you know is right. A night of puddles of green puke. A night when composed, modest girls bare their breasts to appreciative cheers from beer-swilling guys and other ladies alike. A night for talking in

PERMANENT LIPSTICK: The Vells

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PERMANENT LIPSTICK: The Vells

Wednesday, March 15 The Vells, a side project of Modest Mouse drummer Jeremiah, played Jazzbones along with the Pete Moss Band and Minimum Wage (from Seattle). Vells seemed a little off, like they had new cordless headsets or something. The Pete Moss Band was definitely the favorite of the night. Tons

PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Love & Exhaustion

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PERMANENT LIPSTICK: Love & Exhaustion

Seems like I talk too much So here's the deal: I didn't do a dang thing last week. What kept me home, you ask? Two things - love and exhaustion. Let's deal with exhaustion first. I'm talking about the mental kind. Have you ever talked and talked until you're just out

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