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"Visiting Mr. Green," "Fiddler" and more

“visiting mr. green” Olympia Little Theatre is staging a comedy worth a look. “Visiting Mr. Green” follows the story of, well, Mr. Green as he wanders into New York City traffic and is almost hit by a car driven by Ross Gardiner, an ambitious and hard-working corporate executive. What starts as

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'Sleep' is not the key word

I have to be brutally honest here for a minute. I didn’t have high hopes for Tacoma Little Theatre’s production of “Sleeping Beauty.” I just didn’t. But I played the role of the dutiful father and took my daughter to see the show so I would have something to write about. Apparently,

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'Sleep' is not the key word

I have to be brutally honest here for a minute. I didn’t have high hopes for Tacoma Little Theatre’s production of “Sleeping Beauty.” I just didn’t. But I played the role of the dutiful father and took my daughter to see the show so I would have something to write about. Apparently,

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Christy Reedy

The Weekly Volcano finds excitement when all the elements of style end up under the same roof: groundbreaking, ingenious design, cutting-edge fashion, and the most progressive of music. Therefore, we found ürbanaüt last Saturday at Sanford & Son Antiques very exciting. We also found interior designer Christy Reedy’s outfit that night

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Christy Reedy

The Weekly Volcano finds excitement when all the elements of style end up under the same roof: groundbreaking, ingenious design, cutting-edge fashion, and the most progressive of music. Therefore, we found ürbanaüt last Saturday at Sanford & Son Antiques very exciting. We also found interior designer Christy Reedy’s outfit that night

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420 Funk Mob, Boneyard Crawlers, and others

Thursday, Nov. 15 PSYCHOBILLY boneyard crawlers When I hear the name “Boneyard Crawlers,” I instantly think of something completely different than what the Tacoma-based psychobilly band probably had in mind. Because I’m all about hip lingo, I often refer to Jazzbones as “the Boneyard.” Having worked the door at the club, I’m more

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420 Funk Mob, Boneyard Crawlers, and others

Thursday, Nov. 15 PSYCHOBILLY boneyard crawlers When I hear the name “Boneyard Crawlers,” I instantly think of something completely different than what the Tacoma-based psychobilly band probably had in mind. Because I’m all about hip lingo, I often refer to Jazzbones as “the Boneyard.” Having worked the door at the club, I’m more

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Matt Coughlin

There’s a fine line between a totally sappy love song and an intelligent portrait of a relationship. Not many singer/songwriters can pull it off, but Tacoma’s own Matt Coughlin has the ability to wear his heart on his sleeve without making me want to puke. Originally from Belgrade, Mont., Coughlin

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Matt Coughlin

There’s a fine line between a totally sappy love song and an intelligent portrait of a relationship. Not many singer/songwriters can pull it off, but Tacoma’s own Matt Coughlin has the ability to wear his heart on his sleeve without making me want to puke. Originally from Belgrade, Mont., Coughlin

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Margaret's Café

The phrase “good things come in small packages” came to my mind recently while I was patiently waiting in line this week at a staple T-Town location. In downtown Tacoma, there’s an absolutely charming business with an equally charming owner, and both are small and cozy. Margaret’s Café Margaret’s was opened by Margaret

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Margaret's Café

The phrase “good things come in small packages” came to my mind recently while I was patiently waiting in line this week at a staple T-Town location. In downtown Tacoma, there’s an absolutely charming business with an equally charming owner, and both are small and cozy. Margaret’s Café Margaret’s was opened by Margaret

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Hitting 'em with art

Consider Friday night’s Art Slam at the Rialto Theater to be, sort of, like a blending of Laser Pink Floyd and that art class you had freshman year, only cooler than either because the event is sprinkled with a liberal dose of the essence of Tacoma. Basically, what you have is

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Hitting 'em with art

Consider Friday night’s Art Slam at the Rialto Theater to be, sort of, like a blending of Laser Pink Floyd and that art class you had freshman year, only cooler than either because the event is sprinkled with a liberal dose of the essence of Tacoma. Basically, what you have is

Through July 31: "TAPS Contained"

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Through July 31: "TAPS Contained"

TAPS Contained at Brick House Gallery features the works of local and regional tapestry artists. There is nothing flashy or startling in the Brick House show, but it is a nice showcase of members of Tapestry Artists of Puget Sound featuring such local and area artists as Mary Lane,

Harlequin's secularized Jesus

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Harlequin's secularized Jesus

I had every reason to believe I'd love director Linda Whitney's production of Jesus Christ Superstar. I admire her work, enjoy the play, and spend far more time thinking about Jesus than many hardcore Christians. I was so sure I'd love it that, with my wife at a Salt-N-Pepa show

Al fresco dining

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Al fresco dining

The saying is true. There is nothing quite like a sunny day in the Pacific Northwest. The people of the South Sound know how to take full advantage of beautiful summer weather, and that includes knowing the best restaurants for outdoor dining. Whether it be a patio or deck, water,

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Celine Dion and others on sale this week

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, (253) 627-TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, (800) 325-SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, (866) 468-7623, www.ticketweb.com on sale now Highland Heath And Holler with Alasdair Fraser, Natalie Haas, Martin Hayes, Dennis Cahill and Bruce Molsky Tacoma. Nov. 29 7:30 pm. $36-$46 (Rialto Theater, 253. 591.5894). Switchfoot, Reliant K, Ruth Everett. Dec.

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Saturday, July 6: 24-Hour Zine Thing

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Saturday, July 6: 24-Hour Zine Thing

Magazines have been around in one form or another throughout history. In Elizabethan England, there were small chapbooks of Shakespeare's text. In colonial America, there were pamphlets by people like Thomas Paine. In this modern world, with its easily accessible technology, print media has morphed into zines, a sort of

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Dancers, games and bad sweaters

THE DANCE Josh Rizeberg can “MOVE!” Josh Rizeberg and producer Xaviant are about to answer a lot of prayers. The native poet and beatsmith have alchemically distilled something really special. It’s not hip-hop. It’s not spoken word. Don’t call it fusion, please. The duo’s first collaboration, dubbed “Spoken Worlds,” features tight, grimy

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