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The Big Cheese

Whether we want to admit it to ourselves or not, the grilled cheese sandwich was likely one of the first loves for most American children. Yes, parents rank up there as well. But grilled cheese sandwiches — with their gooey cheese center and their crispy, warm toasted exterior — stand

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The Big Cheese

Whether we want to admit it to ourselves or not, the grilled cheese sandwich was likely one of the first loves for most American children. Yes, parents rank up there as well. But grilled cheese sandwiches — with their gooey cheese center and their crispy, warm toasted exterior — stand

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Fun for one on Valentine's Day

I’m very nearly 38, overweight, and temporarily single. Not, like, buying new underwear and low-cut tops single, but, like, eating microwaveable food while hovering over the sink musing over Valentine’s Day prospects single. So here are my thoughts. I have no desire to meet anyone, mind

Urban Spelunker: Ruston/Point Defiance Park

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Urban Spelunker: Ruston/Point Defiance Park

Point Defiance PARK and Ruston are perfect examples and just a few of the reasons that Tacoma is so rad. Sweeping waterfront views and fabulous patio dining options paired with kayak, parasailing and picnic areas define the town of Ruston, making it a prime destination for a casual stroll, lunch

Joint Base Lewis-McChord kayak fishing

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Joint Base Lewis-McChord kayak fishing

Some people are habitual runners, others race bikes and a few even climb mountains to get that rush of adrenaline; but have you heard of kayak fishing? "This is why I fish ... sometimes I catch fish, often times I get skunked, sometimes I make memories that will haunt me for

Friday, Oct. 4: Lunch Break Story Time for Adults

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Friday, Oct. 4: Lunch Break Story Time for Adults

There are those among us who can make their trip to a hair stylist the most riveting story you've heard all week. People whose stories never trail off into "it was really cool. ..." Envy them. They are not like you. Not only do they have great success at parties,

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Friday, Oct. 4: Country/Folk Hoedown

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Friday, Oct. 4: Country/Folk Hoedown

Musical performances during openings at B2 Fine Art Gallery are nothing new, but the gallery is branching out into music in a big way with the first of a two-part series of art celebrating music. "SPIN 1: American Vinyl Exhibition" - which has been extended through Nov. 16 - is

Wednesday, Oct. 9: Scrabble Rabble

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Wednesday, Oct. 9: Scrabble Rabble

It may be grayer than Bea Arthur's pixie cut outside, but not so inside King's Books Wednesday.  The Stadium District bookstore draws a crowd during the Scrabble Rabble sessions, where folks compete with similar skill level players and pounce with triple word scores.  The Weekly Volcano doesn't know about you

Wednesday, Oct. 9: Debbie Macomber book talk

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Wednesday, Oct. 9: Debbie Macomber book talk

New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber has 170 million books in print; the newest, Rose Harbor in Bloom, will be front and center Wednesday when Macomber visits the Tacoma Public Library Main Branch. The book is the sequel to The Inn at Rose Harbor, which was set in the

Tuesday, Oct. 8: A Toast to Frank Herbert

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Tuesday, Oct. 8: A Toast to Frank Herbert

Tacoman Erik Hanberg loves parks and books. He's taken both passions to the next level. He's currently a commissioner with Metro Parks Tacoma. He's also penned The Saints Go Dying, The Marinara Murders and within days of releasing his first sci-fi novel, The Lead Cloak. Hanberg is campaigning to create

Monday, Oct. 7: 253 Film Shorts

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Monday, Oct. 7: 253 Film Shorts

Why do we love movies so much? Not just watching them, but making them, too. Watching is easy - you leave your life behind for a brief amount of time in trade for what's happening on screen. Making them - it becomes your life for an amount of time. The

Sunday, Oct. 6: Chelsea O'Sullivan artwork

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Sunday, Oct. 6: Chelsea O'Sullivan artwork

Mural art doesn't seem like the kind of discipline that should be broken into seasons, like fashion or the performing arts - not least because so many murals, with their all-together-now imagery and perennial visibility, seem lodged in a permanent Sesame Street-like past. But the weather in the South Sound

Friday, Oct. 4: Horse Bodies, Highlight Bomb, Spittin Cobras

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Friday, Oct. 4: Horse Bodies, Highlight Bomb, Spittin Cobras

Originally, this music pick was going to be about Olympia rockers Horse Bodies, who never cease to have high-energy rock shows, but as I investigated the rest of the bill, I have decided to include other bands, like Highlight Bomb, who are ready to play Olympia for the first time

Through Nov. 13: "Hello"

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Through Nov. 13: "Hello"

Meghan Mitchell's drawings in the show "Hello" at Fulcrum Gallery are delightful. I could easily dismiss them as cute little drawings not really important as art, but I could just as easily dismiss the art of great graphic artists like Saul Steinberg and Jules Feiffer in the same way. I

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