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Don't be that guy

It was a Wednesday morning at the YMCA, and I was sweating at the elliptical machine in rare form, reveling at the shuffle iGods who placed Blur’s "Common People" after The Killers’ "Somebody Told Me." Such sublime pleasure couldn’t last, of course. There, in the midst of my revelry came the

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Don't be that guy

It was a Wednesday morning at the YMCA, and I was sweating at the elliptical machine in rare form, reveling at the shuffle iGods who placed Blur’s "Common People" after The Killers’ "Somebody Told Me." Such sublime pleasure couldn’t last, of course. There, in the midst of my revelry came the

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The Republic Tea and me

So where were you when you heard the big explosion at the Atlas Foundry in Tacoma’s Nalley Valley? I was sitting here at my computer when my back door practically shook off its hinges and I fell off my chair. I was also witness to the big fireball because the

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The Republic Tea and me

So where were you when you heard the big explosion at the Atlas Foundry in Tacoma’s Nalley Valley? I was sitting here at my computer when my back door practically shook off its hinges and I fell off my chair. I was also witness to the big fireball because the

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Opa! Greek Cuisine

I missed the Tacoma Greek Festival last weekend. And I still had Greek on the brain. With visions of traditional Greek white wine Retsina dancing in my head, a drive down Sixth Avenue to give Opa! Greek Cuisine a try was in order. At 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the brightly lit

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Opa! Greek Cuisine

I missed the Tacoma Greek Festival last weekend. And I still had Greek on the brain. With visions of traditional Greek white wine Retsina dancing in my head, a drive down Sixth Avenue to give Opa! Greek Cuisine a try was in order. At 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the brightly lit

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Frasca favorites

Childhood’s End Gallery in Olympia is featuring two artists and one husband and wife collaborative team this month: Marilyn Frasca, Betty Moynahan, and John and Robin Gamaelius. Moynahan, a Native American and member of the Cowlitz Tribe, is showing a series of pastel portraits all of the same woman. The

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Frasca favorites

Childhood’s End Gallery in Olympia is featuring two artists and one husband and wife collaborative team this month: Marilyn Frasca, Betty Moynahan, and John and Robin Gamaelius. Moynahan, a Native American and member of the Cowlitz Tribe, is showing a series of pastel portraits all of the same woman. The

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Chicks drink cheap

Cans has been teasing me with an announcement they made recently that has my fancy boots stompin’. This location at 100 S. Ninth St. will now be home to an incredible Thursday night that was made for the girls and all of the guys who admire them. Cans will be slingin’ 50-cent

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Chicks drink cheap

Cans has been teasing me with an announcement they made recently that has my fancy boots stompin’. This location at 100 S. Ninth St. will now be home to an incredible Thursday night that was made for the girls and all of the guys who admire them. Cans will be slingin’ 50-cent

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Live the urban life

I can’t wait to peek inside Tacoma’s swank condominiums during this weekend’s Tour of Urban Living, a self-guided tour set to take place Oct. 13 and 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. In last year’s tour, I remember having a light bulb “Aha!” moment watching the occupants of the top

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Live the urban life

I can’t wait to peek inside Tacoma’s swank condominiums during this weekend’s Tour of Urban Living, a self-guided tour set to take place Oct. 13 and 14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. In last year’s tour, I remember having a light bulb “Aha!” moment watching the occupants of the top

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Rock star-ish symphony

Highlights of the last three months include Leipzig, Germany; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Lima, Peru; Chicago, Illinois; Istanbul, Turkey; Tacoma, Washington; England. Like a rock star, the traveler has a musical sensibility and great hair. Like a supermodel, the traveler has the ability to emote to millions, and great hair. This particular

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Rock star-ish symphony

Highlights of the last three months include Leipzig, Germany; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Lima, Peru; Chicago, Illinois; Istanbul, Turkey; Tacoma, Washington; England. Like a rock star, the traveler has a musical sensibility and great hair. Like a supermodel, the traveler has the ability to emote to millions, and great hair. This particular

Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Pacific Nothwest Mushroom Festival

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Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Pacific Nothwest Mushroom Festival

If you've ever been to a mushroom festival - particularly the Pacific Northwest Mushroom Festival, which this year runs July 27 and 28 - you already know that mycologists ('shroom experts) are in a league of their own. Mushroom festivals are the strangest, funniest and, not so incidentally, most educational

Saturday, July 27: Tacoma Aroma 7's Tournament

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Saturday, July 27: Tacoma Aroma 7's Tournament

How many folks out there knew Tacoma hosts one of the biggest and best rugby 7's tournament in the entire region? OK, how many people even know what rugby 7's is? A primer may be in order. Rugby 7's is an exciting variation on the traditional game, played on smaller

Mondays: Rafael Tranquilino rockin' blues jam

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Mondays: Rafael Tranquilino rockin' blues jam

In the same way that sharks must keep swimming to keep breathing, it seems guitarist Rafael Tranquilino must fuse genres across various musical projects in order to stay afloat. His arrangements incorporate blues, funk, rock, funk, ska, metal, reggae, Latin and jazz-fusion. As accomplished as he is varied, Tranquilino can

Sundays: Dayclub

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Sundays: Dayclub

People like eating outside, and they'll stop at almost nothing to do it. They will choke down steaming food as mysterious water droplets rain down from air conditioners above. Crowd a party of eight into one pitiful corner of shade. Inhale exhaust fumes along with aromas of

Mondays: Rockin' Blues Jam

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Mondays: Rockin' Blues Jam

In the same way that sharks must keep swimming to keep breathing, it seems guitarist Rafael Tranquilino must fuse genres across various musical projects in order to stay afloat. His arrangements incorporate blues, funk, rock, funk, ska, metal, reggae, Latin and jazz-fusion. As accomplished as he is varied,

Saturday, July 27: 7 Seas Four-Year Anniversary Bash

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Saturday, July 27: 7 Seas Four-Year Anniversary Bash

7 Seas Brewing isn't just the maker of delicious craft beer. It isn't just at the forefront of the "beer in a can is cool again" movement. It's a local business doing things the right way and an entity that knows how to party - as will be proven when

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