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Thanksgiving dining options

Red Hot Thanksgiving I learned that I’m spending Thanksgiving with my boyfriend’s family. I’m not terribly happy about it. In fairness, the Stevens are as welcoming as you could possibly be to someone they wish wasn’t dating their son. However, I never feel quite at home there. Why? Here’s one of many. The

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Thanksgiving dining options

Red Hot Thanksgiving I learned that I’m spending Thanksgiving with my boyfriend’s family. I’m not terribly happy about it. In fairness, the Stevens are as welcoming as you could possibly be to someone they wish wasn’t dating their son. However, I never feel quite at home there. Why? Here’s one of many. The

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Green and bare it

I just ate a Hot Pocket. When it emerged from the microwave, it looked like something you might pull out of a clogged vacuum cleaner. It tasted like salted silicon. When the Tacoma Food Co-op opens, I’m going to stop eating Hot Pockets. That’s right, there is a distinct chance

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Green and bare it

I just ate a Hot Pocket. When it emerged from the microwave, it looked like something you might pull out of a clogged vacuum cleaner. It tasted like salted silicon. When the Tacoma Food Co-op opens, I’m going to stop eating Hot Pockets. That’s right, there is a distinct chance

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Viet My Gift Shop and Marlene's

Viet me I believe the Viet My Gift Shop on the corner of South 38th and Yakima in Tacoma’s International District represents what an outdoor market in Asia must be like. Stepping inside, incense fills the nostrils with exotic scents. My eyes trace the shelves up three, four, five shelves till

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Viet My Gift Shop and Marlene's

Viet me I believe the Viet My Gift Shop on the corner of South 38th and Yakima in Tacoma’s International District represents what an outdoor market in Asia must be like. Stepping inside, incense fills the nostrils with exotic scents. My eyes trace the shelves up three, four, five shelves till

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Holiday Inspiration

Tonight’s Rocky & Coco’s Holiday Inspiration fashion show party will showcase feminine dresses and tops by designer Diane Von Furstenberg, whose motto is “Feel like a woman. Wear a dress.”  Watch for hot new denim for men and women by 7, Joes Jeans and True Religion. Rocky & Coco will

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Holiday Inspiration

Tonight’s Rocky & Coco’s Holiday Inspiration fashion show party will showcase feminine dresses and tops by designer Diane Von Furstenberg, whose motto is “Feel like a woman. Wear a dress.”  Watch for hot new denim for men and women by 7, Joes Jeans and True Religion. Rocky & Coco will

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Stylistic, schizophrenic abstract style

Aaron Trotter-Voronoff told me on the phone, when we set up our appointment, “You’ll know me when you see me.” It’s about noon, and a herd of university students is thinning out into small numbers of individuals hurrying to class. In general, they look student-like, with chins tucked deeply into scarves

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Stylistic, schizophrenic abstract style

Aaron Trotter-Voronoff told me on the phone, when we set up our appointment, “You’ll know me when you see me.” It’s about noon, and a herd of university students is thinning out into small numbers of individuals hurrying to class. In general, they look student-like, with chins tucked deeply into scarves

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The lovely bones

Betty Bastai’s drawings bring to mind the Alice Sebold novel “The Lovely Bones.” Not the story, just the title. Along the right-hand wall of the gallery at South Puget Sound Community College is a group of eight soft and delicate Bastai drawings of X-ray images — lovely bones seen through

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The lovely bones

Betty Bastai’s drawings bring to mind the Alice Sebold novel “The Lovely Bones.” Not the story, just the title. Along the right-hand wall of the gallery at South Puget Sound Community College is a group of eight soft and delicate Bastai drawings of X-ray images — lovely bones seen through

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Urbanaut

After Tacoma’s finest forced Saturday’s ürbanaüt art party out of the graffiti garages, Alan and Cheryl Gorsuch saved the day opening their Sanford & Son Antiques building where co-creator James Hume backed his black van into the top floor garage (Broadway side), connected his iPod to speakers, turned on the

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Urbanaut

After Tacoma’s finest forced Saturday’s ürbanaüt art party out of the graffiti garages, Alan and Cheryl Gorsuch saved the day opening their Sanford & Son Antiques building where co-creator James Hume backed his black van into the top floor garage (Broadway side), connected his iPod to speakers, turned on the

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Fair Trade Market

Do you fall victim to binge shopping? Shop. Guilt. Repeat. I know I do, but one way I’ve found to do all the shopping for things I absolutely don’t need in my house is to buy things that benefit local charities or foundations and then give them away as gifts

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Fair Trade Market

Do you fall victim to binge shopping? Shop. Guilt. Repeat. I know I do, but one way I’ve found to do all the shopping for things I absolutely don’t need in my house is to buy things that benefit local charities or foundations and then give them away as gifts

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Hanging with my homies

I’m on the brink of my 32nd birthday, and I’m honestly discovering more and more that growing up is really, really hard to do. Sure, there’s a school of thought out there that says, “What the hell, why bother?” and so many believe in staying forever young, but you’d think that

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Hanging with my homies

I’m on the brink of my 32nd birthday, and I’m honestly discovering more and more that growing up is really, really hard to do. Sure, there’s a school of thought out there that says, “What the hell, why bother?” and so many believe in staying forever young, but you’d think that

Sgt. Maj. of the Army Chandler chats "Soldier 2020"

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Sgt. Maj. of the Army Chandler chats "Soldier 2020"

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. - Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond Chandler visited Joint Base Lewis-McChord for two days earlier this week. Chandler, the Army's highest-ranking enlisted soldier, spoke with senior noncommissioned officers about the direction the Army is taking as it transitions into the future. One topic of discussion was

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