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Accomplice and Hollow

“Accomplice” Harlequin Productions is staging a mystery production of false identifies and cross purposes titled “Accomplice.” [State Theater, through Sept. 15, 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, $24-$33, 202 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia, 360.786.0151, www.harlequinproductions.org] “Hollow” Lakewood Playhouse is staging the first show of its season — Agatha Christie’s “The Hollow.“ [Lakewood Playhouse,

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Accomplice and Hollow

“Accomplice” Harlequin Productions is staging a mystery production of false identifies and cross purposes titled “Accomplice.” [State Theater, through Sept. 15, 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, $24-$33, 202 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia, 360.786.0151, www.harlequinproductions.org] “Hollow” Lakewood Playhouse is staging the first show of its season — Agatha Christie’s “The Hollow.“ [Lakewood Playhouse,

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All aboard the western train

James Mangold’s “3:10 to Yuma” restores the wounded heart of the Western and rescues it from the morass of pointless violence. The Western in its glory days was often a morality play, a story about humanist values penetrating the lawless anarchy of the frontier. It still follows that tradition in

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All aboard the western train

James Mangold’s “3:10 to Yuma” restores the wounded heart of the Western and rescues it from the morass of pointless violence. The Western in its glory days was often a morality play, a story about humanist values penetrating the lawless anarchy of the frontier. It still follows that tradition in

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Are you curious?

Jennevieve Schlemmer, sipping coffee while we eat at the Mandolin Café, mentions something Lynn Di Nino has told her that’s resonated: when Di Nino was learning massage therapy, a tenet was “always leave one hand on the body.” It’s a tenet Di Nino has been employing both with her work on

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Are you curious?

Jennevieve Schlemmer, sipping coffee while we eat at the Mandolin Café, mentions something Lynn Di Nino has told her that’s resonated: when Di Nino was learning massage therapy, a tenet was “always leave one hand on the body.” It’s a tenet Di Nino has been employing both with her work on

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Beautiful, tasty Sofia

ANNOUNCER: There are things in this life that make the boys believe in a higher power: Sipping Silver Oak Cabernet on a beach at sunset; Jeff Buckley records; Fender guitars and women’s orgasms; Sofia Bistro’s lemon crème, just to name a few. They’re made from scratch — the lemon crèmes, that

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Buckle up for safety

I don’t need a lot of research to be confident in stating that never before have I seen a movie open with the hero delivering a baby during a gun battle, severing the umbilical cord with a gunshot, and then killing a villain by penetrating his brain with a raw

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Buckle up for safety

I don’t need a lot of research to be confident in stating that never before have I seen a movie open with the hero delivering a baby during a gun battle, severing the umbilical cord with a gunshot, and then killing a villain by penetrating his brain with a raw

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Carmen does the rodeo

Who would’ve ever thought that a city girl like me could aspire to such a hootin’ hillbilly, buckin’ belt-buckle, sagebrush sass, carefree country kind of life? If you read last week’s column (it was at www.weeklyvolcano.com — stupid ad replaced me in the rag!), you know that little lady Natasha

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Carmen does the rodeo

Who would’ve ever thought that a city girl like me could aspire to such a hootin’ hillbilly, buckin’ belt-buckle, sagebrush sass, carefree country kind of life? If you read last week’s column (it was at www.weeklyvolcano.com — stupid ad replaced me in the rag!), you know that little lady Natasha

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Do not doubt ‘Doubt’

College theater programs are sort of known for taking risks and staging works that force audiences to think — and often even argue — about the goings-on in front of them. Maybe that is because colleges are places of change and thought, where students can expand their views of the

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Do not doubt â€Ë"Doubt’

College theater programs are sort of known for taking risks and staging works that force audiences to think — and often even argue — about the goings-on in front of them. Maybe that is because colleges are places of change and thought, where students can expand their views of the

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Eat the Puyallup

ANNOUNCER: There’s nothing the boys like better than eating among throngs of farm animals hooting and hollering in their pens. Give them some fried onions on a hamburger and a 500-pound pig named Daisy, and they are in heaven. So, it’s easy to understand why most of September you’ll find

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Eat the Puyallup

ANNOUNCER: There’s nothing the boys like better than eating among throngs of farm animals hooting and hollering in their pens. Give them some fried onions on a hamburger and a 500-pound pig named Daisy, and they are in heaven. So, it’s easy to understand why most of September you’ll find

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Fair Flair

While most folks around these parts think of the Western Washington Fair as a place for kiddie rides and photos with Dora the Explorer, there are still a lot of things to do for adults that don’t involve getting scone jam smeared on their pant legs. Some of the things are

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Fair Flair

While most folks around these parts think of the Western Washington Fair as a place for kiddie rides and photos with Dora the Explorer, there are still a lot of things to do for adults that don’t involve getting scone jam smeared on their pant legs. Some of the things are

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Goth, R&B, experimental indie and more

Thursday, Sept. 6 GOTH brigitte handley and the dark shadows Sydney, Australia-based Brigitte Handley is a bit of an enigma. Listing such bands as Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus, the Dammed and Joy Division, she and her band, the Dark Shadows, draw from many influences to create a brand of lo-fi Goth that

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Goth, R&B, experimental indie and more

Thursday, Sept. 6 GOTH brigitte handley and the dark shadows Sydney, Australia-based Brigitte Handley is a bit of an enigma. Listing such bands as Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus, the Dammed and Joy Division, she and her band, the Dark Shadows, draw from many influences to create a brand of lo-fi Goth that

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Hanging at The Tav

Pappi Swarner won’t be happy with me this week because today I’ll be reporting on a wonderful place that is no where near the South Sound, but it’s worthy of the attention from all of you 253ers. The Tav — a name that’s so simple and perfect. When your humble Natasha was

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