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A couple of classical beauties

THE EVENT Fall RV Show Jack Kerouac is turning in his grave. The days of taking a drug-choked jalopy down the low road to old Mexico are long over (nooooooo!!!!). If Jack were alive today, he’d want comfort and economy. With enough ill-gotten bread, he could buy himself a fancy pop-up travel

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A couple of classical beauties

THE EVENT Fall RV Show Jack Kerouac is turning in his grave. The days of taking a drug-choked jalopy down the low road to old Mexico are long over (nooooooo!!!!). If Jack were alive today, he’d want comfort and economy. With enough ill-gotten bread, he could buy himself a fancy pop-up travel

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Harmonizing with social awareness

Steve and Kristi Nebel met as students at The Evergreen State College “when it was mud,” recalls Kristi of the school in 1972. He studied poetry at the brand new liberal arts college; she studied theatre. The two married in 1974 and combined their loves together as they began writing and

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Harmonizing with social awareness

Steve and Kristi Nebel met as students at The Evergreen State College “when it was mud,” recalls Kristi of the school in 1972. He studied poetry at the brand new liberal arts college; she studied theatre. The two married in 1974 and combined their loves together as they began writing and

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Tacoma Film Festival

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. Philip Cowan,

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Tacoma Film Festival 2007

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.

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Grazing around The Grand

Let’s face it. The dinner and a movie shtick is old … unless you’re in the vicinity of Tacoma’s Grand Cinema. The Grand has so many post-flick dining options available that the Weekly Volcano has decided to provide you, dear reader, with a short list of dining spots within walking

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Grazing around The Grand

Let’s face it. The dinner and a movie shtick is old … unless you’re in the vicinity of Tacoma’s Grand Cinema. The Grand has so many post-flick dining options available that the Weekly Volcano has decided to provide you, dear reader, with a short list of dining spots within walking

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Dance, dance fever time

There’s no excuse to waste away on the sidelines any longer. Get in the game, get on the dance floor. How? Check out Olympia’s Occasions Ballroom at the Eagles Hall Tuesdays and Lindy Bomb at Tacoma’s Abbey Ballroom Wednesdays. Both have swing dance lessons at 7:30 p.m. with a dance party

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Dance, dance fever time

There’s no excuse to waste away on the sidelines any longer. Get in the game, get on the dance floor. How? Check out Olympia’s Occasions Ballroom at the Eagles Hall Tuesdays and Lindy Bomb at Tacoma’s Abbey Ballroom Wednesdays. Both have swing dance lessons at 7:30 p.m. with a dance party

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Rainier Arts Festival

Unlike Andrea Brannon, when I look out my living room window, I see a mini-storage and the back end of a multiplex. What does Andrea Brannon see outside her window? Mostly “trees and birds,” she says. And, oh yes, there’s also an enormous mountain nearby. Artist Andrea Brannon, who lives and

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Rainier Arts Festival

Unlike Andrea Brannon, when I look out my living room window, I see a mini-storage and the back end of a multiplex. What does Andrea Brannon see outside her window? Mostly “trees and birds,” she says. And, oh yes, there’s also an enormous mountain nearby. Artist Andrea Brannon, who lives and

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Strike a pose

While Natasha’s been hawking Bravo’s “Top Chef,” I’ve been tuning into “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style,” which actually led me to a fairly drastic decision this week: I cut most of my long hair off. Previously, my flaxen hair fell to just above my booty, but I decided that change was

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Strike a pose

While Natasha’s been hawking Bravo’s “Top Chef,” I’ve been tuning into “Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style,” which actually led me to a fairly drastic decision this week: I cut most of my long hair off. Previously, my flaxen hair fell to just above my booty, but I decided that change was

Monday, July 29: Mothrider

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Monday, July 29: Mothrider

It's gotta be said: when it comes to bringing some much-needed stage presence to the act of being a performing DJ, Mothrider is about as compelling as they come. Perpetually hidden beneath a sort of black and white super-villain mask (or maybe the kind of face that would've been super-saturated

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100th Monkey Party

Tacoma’s 100th Monkey parties have been held in many varied places over the years — industrial, creative, organic, eclectic, inspiring. The final Monkey party of 2007 was held at Tacoma Art Museum. Lisa Ikeda planned a good party with local R&B group Malcolm Clark Band providing the music. Original 100th

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100th Monkey Party

Tacoma’s 100th Monkey parties have been held in many varied places over the years — industrial, creative, organic, eclectic, inspiring. The final Monkey party of 2007 was held at Tacoma Art Museum. Lisa Ikeda planned a good party with local R&B group Malcolm Clark Band providing the music. Original 100th

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Hodgepodge

Tacoma’s newest gallery, The Helm, opened with a burst of adolescent bravado in a show the gallery owners admit includes a lot of “crappy” art. You see, they didn’t pick the work. They didn’t eliminate submissions they thought were bad. They sent out invitations to artists from all over the

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Hodgepodge

Tacoma’s newest gallery, The Helm, opened with a burst of adolescent bravado in a show the gallery owners admit includes a lot of “crappy” art. You see, they didn’t pick the work. They didn’t eliminate submissions they thought were bad. They sent out invitations to artists from all over the

Friday, July 26: Bandolier

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Friday, July 26: Bandolier

Pop aficianados Bandolier boast enough bubbly orange sunshine in their sound to propel their motor scooters sans power. A blend of dancey keyboards with the pop vocal layering of traditional songwriting from the 1960s - well, yeah, that's pretty much the story here. Pop as pop can be songcraft, a

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