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The Rockford Files: "The Time Machine Is Broken" is not broken

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The Rockford Files: "The Time Machine Is Broken" is not broken

Several weeks ago, I received a package at work. I had been given a heads up that I should be expecting a CD to arrive for me for a possible review in my column. However, I had not been properly notified about the incredible quality of the aforementioned CD, or

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Haunted House round up

A big bowl of spook can be found in Auburn. "The House of Terror Haunted House at the SuperMall" runs now through Halloween. This is a house where no expense was spared to clear the bladders and the bowels of those who attend. The price for The House of Terror

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Haunted House round up

A big bowl of spook can be found in Auburn. "The House of Terror Haunted House at the SuperMall" runs now through Halloween. This is a house where no expense was spared to clear the bladders and the bowels of those who attend. The price for The House of Terror

Revolutionizing Army uniforms

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Revolutionizing Army uniforms

The U.S. Army is developing a battery to improve soldiers' agility on the battlefield while meeting the demands of an increased power burden stemming from new networked electronic devices. The Conformal Wearable Battery, or CWB, is flexible and integrates into a Soldier's body armor. It conforms to the body, which Army

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The fright stuff & son

Editor\'s note: New permit laws have forced the closure of the Sanford & Son Haunted house for 2007. Anyone who drives around in Tacoma’s Theater District has probably noticed some mysterious A-board signs that have popped up along Ninth Avenue and Broadway. They read "Haunted House Here: 745 St. Helens — Oct.

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The fright stuff & son

Editor\'s note: New permit laws have forced the closure of the Sanford & Son Haunted house for 2007. Anyone who drives around in Tacoma’s Theater District has probably noticed some mysterious A-board signs that have popped up along Ninth Avenue and Broadway. They read "Haunted House Here: 745 St. Helens — Oct.

Tuesday, July 23: The Littlest Birds

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Tuesday, July 23: The Littlest Birds

Roots music revivalists have begun to get a bad rap recently - especially thanks to the influx of banjo-strumming posers like Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers - but the Littlest Birds more than pass the smell test. Coming from the mountain town of Bishop, Calif., this cello-and-banjo duo does

Thursday, July 18: Word 3rd Thursday featuring Craig G

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Thursday, July 18: Word 3rd Thursday featuring Craig G

He is more than a "rapper." He's not your average MC either. He's a legendary writer, freestyle MC and a member of another legend's crew - Marley Marl's famed Juice Crew.  He is called by the name Craig G and he will be in The 253 Thursday night. This. Is.

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Sunday, July 21: Dog Jaw

In case you were wondering whether Dog Jaw were as aggressive as their name might suggest, the answer is a resounding yes. The opening track on the Olympia punk outfit's album, Slow to Build, begins with what sounds like dogs howling and whimpering, before guitars slowly begin to emerge, and

Saturday, July 20: Jesus on the Moon

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Saturday, July 20: Jesus on the Moon

Having relocated to the South Sound, Jake Frye, an English teacher, found a bassist in one of his former students, Derek Reed. Suddenly, the prospect of sharing Jesus on the Moon became a reality. The two of them, along with a drum machine, began showing Jesus on the Moon to

Thursday, July 18: The Hard Way

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Thursday, July 18: The Hard Way

Capital Lakefair pitches its tent today along Capitol Lake in Olympia, with all its debauchery, carnies, high school folks you'd rather not see, Demo Burgers, janky rides, over-priced games and the saving grace of it all - tons of music! It was hard to decide what band to

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Radiohead

With each Radiohead album, the listener is introduced to a completely unique musical experience. From The Bends to Hail to the Thief, Radiohead shifts in an entirely different musical direction. These are not only shifts in musical style but also shifts in the emotions the music invokes in the listener.

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Radiohead

With each Radiohead album, the listener is introduced to a completely unique musical experience. From The Bends to Hail to the Thief, Radiohead shifts in an entirely different musical direction. These are not only shifts in musical style but also shifts in the emotions the music invokes in the listener.

Feedbag: Tacoma Brewing, local bounty class, wine sipping and more ...

Food Matters

Feedbag: Tacoma Brewing, local bounty class, wine sipping and more ...

SEASON BREWS Some breweries celebrate the summer season with light citrus blondish hops. Tacoma Brewing Company (625 Saint Helens Ave., Tacoma) takes seasonal brew to a whole new level. From 5-9 p.m. Thursday, July 18 and 3-9 p.m. Friday, July 19, brewmaster Morgan Alexander will feature limited beers infused with locally

Tickets On-Sale Alert: Band Of Horses, Dark Star Orchestra, KMFDM, Kid Cudi, Lamb of God, Tech N9ne, Styx and others ...

Concert Alert

Tickets On-Sale Alert: Band Of Horses, Dark Star Orchestra, KMFDM, Kid Cudi, Lamb of God, Tech N9ne, Styx and others ...

We list major concerts going on sale this weekend, as well as national touring acts performing in the Puget Sound this week and down the road. SECRET TICKET CODE TM

Jerry "J.W." Johnson, R.I.P.

Heroes & Awards

Jerry "J.W." Johnson, R.I.P.

Joint Base Lewis-McChord has lost a familiar face dedicated to volunteerism and bringing joy. On July 11, Jerry "J.W." Johnson, 66, passed away at his Lacey home surrounded by family and friends. Johnson spent 20 years in the Army, eventually retiring in south Puget Sound and taking a job with the

Cadet Col. Garrett Stanley earns Spaatz Award

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Cadet Col. Garrett Stanley earns Spaatz Award

Garrett Stanley is not your typical 16 year old. He's an outstanding community college student, a licensed glider pilot, a leader in the Peninsula Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) in Bremerton and now the recipient of the General Carl A. Spaatz Award. At the McChord Field Officers' Club today,

Eliminating barriers for those who have served

Benefits & Deals

Eliminating barriers for those who have served

If you've fought for our country, then you shouldn't have to fight discrimination. That's the argument first-year U.S. Rep Derek Kilmer is making in congress. Spurred by stories of soldiers being denied housing or refused jobs because of their military background, Kilmer, a democrat from Gig Harbor, introduced a bill last week

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Coffee Gift for Tacoma's North End

Liquid

Coffee Gift for Tacoma's North End

Not all baristas are created equal. Some are just naturally endowed with a little bit of extra barista awesomeness. Tucked into a neighborhood café called Café Brosseau is one such barista. At just 18 years old, Hailey Gift is already on the path to barista awesomeness overload. Gift just about literally

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