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Magick, eggs and Ostara

Crescent Moon Gifts thrums with the energy of shoppers milling about, asking questions of “Shoppe Keeper” Angela Wehnert during a time that’s traditionally not busy.  Later, Wehnert explains that the energy in the space had been oppressive to her that morning, “heavy.” So she smudged the store to clear the

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Expect the expected

“So the cashier at Burger King is about to hand you your food, and you’re expecting her to tell you, ‘Have a nice day,’ and so you’re already thinking, ‘You, too,’ but instead she says, ‘Enjoy Your Meal.’ And you say, ‘You, too.’” Brian Regan has built himself into one

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Focus on Jim

Jim Campbell’s show at the Museum of Glass has me stumped. I don’t possess the kind of scientific brain it must take to fully understand or appreciate his message or methods. But I do find the work fascinating. Campbell is an engineer, inventor and video artist. He worked on Francis Ford

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Bryant Speer, Brian Woobank, and lots of hair

When Salon Benjamin gets involved in doing the hair for the fashion show thrown by Red Line Style at Syren Lounge Saturday, March 31, there may be some tufts of brightness to see — courtesy of some extension magic.  Bryan Woobank, whose goal is to see Federal Way turn to

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Style, South Hill style

Style, South Hill style Talent scout eyes scoured the hopefuls at the South Hill Mall last week to determine who would be the best and the brightest stars of the Spring Fashion Show at Macy’s Court Saturday, March 31, at 1 p.m. Unlike the past event at the Tacoma Mall, hopeful models

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Quality shows this week

Thursday COUNTRY kari ehli “American Idol” runners-up piss me off.  They are so pompous and self-absorbed. I can’t stand the fact that the majority of them haven’t paid any dues and suddenly they are stars.  However, if I had to pick the next “American Idol” it would probably be Lakewood’s own Kari

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar:

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Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar:

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Red Bicycle Bistro and Sushi Bar Vashon. Ian Moore & The Lossy Coils, The Fieldhands. 8:30 pm. $12. Sorci's Italian Cafe and Enoteca Sumner. James Coates. All Ages. 7:30 pm. NC. Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Michael Tomlinson. All Ages. 8 pm. $15-$22.

Saturday, Jan. 4: Violinist Maria Newman

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Saturday, Jan. 4: Violinist Maria Newman

"America's Sweetheart" silent film star was not actually an American, and was not really named Mary Pickford. Born Gladys Smith in Toronto, she started working on stage at age 5 and made her first movie at 16. Although she continued playing children's roles into her 30s, Pickford was a tough

Sunday, Jan. 5: Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction

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Sunday, Jan. 5: Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction

If you ever wondered what would happen if the Terminator had a love affair with Sarah Conner, then this show's for you. An off-beat comedic show-down titled "Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction" is pitting 10 comedians against each other in a battle for laughs, where they win points telling stories about

Friday, Jan. 3-Sunday, Jan. 5: Puyallup Home & Garden Show

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Friday, Jan. 3-Sunday, Jan. 5: Puyallup Home & Garden Show

It's winter (duh!) and flower lovers have a bad case of Seasonal Affective Disorder. For these folks, artificial won't do; it's just a countdown to spring. Ah, but there are a few plants that flourish indoors during the cold months to keep you smiling - and they're not plastic.  Green

Friday, Jan. 3, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar:

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Friday, Jan. 3, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar:

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC The Embers at Indian Summer - Olympia. Tarik Bentlemsani. 6 pm. NC. BLUES Uncle Sam's American Bar & Grill Spanaway. Hambone Blues Band, Jerry Miller. 9 pm. Triple Play Tacoma - Sixth Avenue. Steve Cooley & The Dangerfields. 9 pm. COMEDY/GAMES Grit City Comedy Club Tacoma - Downtown.

Through March 21: "Global Perspective"

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Through March 21: "Global Perspective"

And then you just stop. You stop whatever it is you're doing and you sit back and you inhale slowly and you just sort of decide, right then and there, to shift everything around, just a little, to look beyond your world and connect with more energized fervor and realize

Thursday, Jan. 2 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar

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Thursday, Jan. 2 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Cascadia Grill Olympia - Downtown. Jeremy Serwer. All Ages. 6-9 pm. NC. BLUES Dawson's Bar and Grill Tacoma - South. Billy Shew Band Open Jam Session. 8 pm. NC. Eagle's Hall Olympia - Downtown. OlyBlues Dance Night. Third floor, no partner necessary. All Ages. 9 pm. $5. COMEDY/GAMES

Friday, Jan 3-Sunday, Jan. 5: Monster Jam

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Friday, Jan 3-Sunday, Jan. 5: Monster Jam

The Tacoma Dome hosts the enormously popular lowbrow diversion Monster Jam this weekend for a screeching, smashing round of vehicle-crunching monster-truck competitions featuring, among others, champion truck Gravedigger, and its amped-up mechanical opponents, among others: Northern Nightmare, Monster Mutt Dalmatian, Metal Mulisha, New Earth Authority, El Toro Loco and Captain

Thursday, Jan. 2: Fireside Book Group discusses "The Brilliant Disaster"

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Thursday, Jan. 2: Fireside Book Group discusses "The Brilliant Disaster"

The year 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Arguably one of this country's greatest presidents, there are many questions left to be answered about what happened that day in Dallas, Nov. 22, 1963. Although his assassination casts a long shadow over his time on this

Friday, Jan. 3: A Lunch Break Story Time For Adults

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Friday, Jan. 3: A Lunch Break Story Time For Adults

When I was a kid, I used to love having a story read to me. Lolita Curious George was one of my favorites. But then, when I grew up, nobody wanted to read to me! Not my parents, not my grandparents and certainly not Santa, who found it odd I

Friday, Jan. 3-Saturday, Jan. 4: The Blackberry Bushes and The Pine Hearts

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Friday, Jan. 3-Saturday, Jan. 4: The Blackberry Bushes and The Pine Hearts

I did my usual rounds of checking Facebook and fliers, I asked a few friends what was going on, and yet, I still couldn't find any awesome music happening the first weekend of the year. The after-holiday slump strikes again. Then, just as I should have anticipated, The Pig Bar

Feedbag: Free cooking class, Forum to open, brewer's night and more ...

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Feedbag: Free cooking class, Forum to open, brewer's night and more ...

FREE CULINARY COURSE The first Thursday of every month, Bayview School of Cooking (516 W. Fourth Ave., Olympia) hosts a free culinary course. Jan. 2 gives you two opportunities to experience Satisfying Soups with Barb Agee - once 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again 1-3 p.m. Agee will demonstrate and

Visual Edge: 2014 art kick-off

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Visual Edge: 2014 art kick-off

Excuse this old reviewer, but there's not much of anything showing this week that I want to review and haven't already, but there are a lot of interesting shows scheduled for early in the year 2014. The new exhibition that just opened in The Gallery at Tacoma Community College is called

Saturday, Jan. 4: Lures

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Saturday, Jan. 4: Lures

Listening to Lures' latest single, "Vacant," and noting that it was released in October, it's hard not to think that they missed the prime release date by a couple months. Lures' brand of energetic surf pop is ideal to be danced to all summer long. Relaxed vocals croon over churning

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