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"Sleeping Beauty" opens

“sleeping beauty” Tacoma Little Theatre presents the classic tale of "Sleeping Beauty" starting this weekend. This retelling of "Sleeping Beauty" by Charles Way maintains its major themes, but features a headstrong princess and additional characters, including Gryff, a half-man, half-dragon creature and a riddle-challenging Spider King. [Tacoma Little Theatre, Nov. 9-Dec.

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AMOCAT Awards

Beautiful Angle, Victory Music and the Weekly Volcano received the Tacoma Art Commission’s AMOCAT Award Friday night. — Suzy Stump “Orpheus in the Underworld” Sunday, Nov. 4 / Rialto Theater, Tacoma Sunday’s performance of “Orpheus in the Underworld” delighted audiences with anachronistic costuming including Converse sneakers and Lycra, as well as a fun

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AMOCAT Awards

Beautiful Angle, Victory Music and the Weekly Volcano received the Tacoma Art Commission’s AMOCAT Award Friday night. — Suzy Stump “Orpheus in the Underworld” Sunday, Nov. 4 / Rialto Theater, Tacoma Sunday’s performance of “Orpheus in the Underworld” delighted audiences with anachronistic costuming including Converse sneakers and Lycra, as well as a fun

Tickets On-Sale Alert: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Danzig, Shabazz Palaces, Digital Affair and others ...

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Tickets On-Sale Alert: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Danzig, Shabazz Palaces, Digital Affair 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 = Ticketmaster, 253.627.TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW

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Friday, July 5: Hip-hop show

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Friday, July 5: Hip-hop show

Most renowned for its rock sensibilities and downtown Olympia hardcore patronage - as well as favored (pricewise and taste-wise) drinks among Olympians - McCoy's Tavern continues its mild shift of venue personage as it hosts another hip-hop function.  This time featuring the likes of an O'Lacey (Olympia and Lacey) who's who

Thursday, July 4: Fourth of July events

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Thursday, July 4: Fourth of July events

Oh my gawd. Bobble Tiki loves the Fourth of July. He loves it so freakin' much he doesn't know what to do with himself. He's giddy for two weeks in advance and suffers from a deep depression for two weeks after. Bobble Tiki is as patriotic as they come -

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Washington state motorcycle club has veterans' backs

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Washington state motorcycle club has veterans' backs

It's adding a little sugar to a cup of coffee or opening a fresh new bar of soap just out of the wrapper. For some, these things are simply woven into the fabric of our lives and seemingly overlooked or taken for granted. For others, like local veterans in need,

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Where to eat in the South Sound when you're pregnant

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Where to eat in the South Sound when you're pregnant

Ah pregnancy, affectionately referred to as the ole "bun in the oven," is a miraculous and lovely time in one's life that I happen to be in the midst of. With all of the amazing and delightful aspects, though, there comes a certain level of sacrifice. After all, we all

Narrows Brewing Co. opening at Narrows Marina

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Narrows Brewing Co. opening at Narrows Marina

A bridge, a band and now a brewery, the Narrows is an iconic name in the South Sound. Narrows Brewing Company in Tacoma is on the cusp of its opening day, and a talk with head brewer Joe Walts offers insight on what to expect. "The main thing people are going to

Friday, July 12-Sunday, July 14: Narrows Brewing Co. Opening Weekend

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Friday, July 12-Sunday, July 14: Narrows Brewing Co. Opening Weekend

With a second story view, the Narrows Brewing Company's taproom is divided into two separate rooms connected at the same bar, lending itself to an L-shaped arrangement. Reclaimed wood from the marina is used in the structure and décor, and while there is wine, beer and food from

Paula Poundstone tells Tacoma

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Paula Poundstone tells Tacoma

Within the first few minutes of her latest album, I Heart Jokes: Paula Tells Them in Boston, Paula Poundstone lays out the groundwork for everything she's all about, comedically: she talks about the difficulties in raising her adopted children and her animals, she touches on her OCD, and, most notably,

Lemolo and "The Kaleidoscope Dance" is a celebration of beauty

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Lemolo and "The Kaleidoscope Dance" is a celebration of beauty

The past couple of years have been exciting ones for Lemolo. Last year, in particular, saw the release of the Seattle duo's debut LP, The Kaleidoscope - an appropriate title, evocative as it is of the band's dreamy, summery shimmer. Capitalizing on the steam that Lemolo had been building up,

Critics' Music Picks: C.F.A., McTuff, Muscle and Marrow, Sam Vicari

Critics' Picks

Critics' Music Picks: C.F.A., McTuff, Muscle and Marrow, Sam Vicari

[ROCK] + SAT, JULY 6 When you just need to beat the heat, or shake a shitty day, or celebrate a good one for that matter, then a good rock show can fill the void, getting into all the crevices of your brain and soul, like a quality coating of caulking.

"Life is OOD" on Hilltop Tacoma

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"Life is OOD" on Hilltop Tacoma

Sean Alexander's installation, "Life is OOD" at Fulcrum Gallery, is a giant departure from the ink drawings he is known for. It is a love song to the Hilltop Tacoma neighborhood in manipulated found objects. Alexander has collected, and in some cases stolen, items unique to Hilltop - even iconic

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