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Know new punk

As I’ve proven time and time again here at the Weekly Volcano, I’m not above a cheap but entertaining angle. I have no qualms about reporting on something of debatable merit if I think it’ll make for humorous copy. It’s one of my patented moves, and probably one of the

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Team Unicorn at the Pot

Last week the Weekly Volcano took a huge step. You probably noticed. We’re bigger now, and we cover news. We’re a big, sexy, alternative press paper Tacoma can call its very own. Let’s be honest. One of the reasons the Weekly Volcano could take such a huge step is the overall

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Team Unicorn at the Pot

Last week the Weekly Volcano took a huge step. You probably noticed. We’re bigger now, and we cover news. We’re a big, sexy, alternative press paper Tacoma can call its very own. Let’s be honest. One of the reasons the Weekly Volcano could take such a huge step is the

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Sundays with UNO

I don’t normally find myself out in the sticks, since I’m more of a city boy when it comes to beer drinking. Yeah, I find myself at the local watering hole while I walk my dog through the neighborhood, and that isn’t all that urban. But that’s an exception. When it

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Sundays with UNO

I don’t normally find myself out in the sticks, since I’m more of a city boy when it comes to beer drinking. Yeah, I find myself at the local watering hole while I walk my dog through the neighborhood, and that isn’t all that urban. But that’s an exception. When it

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Go green

Your whole life you’ve been forced to make tough decisions: Dasani or Arrowhead? Paper or plastic? Duh, neither. Consider yourself liberated. Bottled water is the single largest growth area among all beverages, including alcohol, juices and soft drinks. According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation, per capita consumption has more than

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Go green

Your whole life you’ve been forced to make tough decisions: Dasani or Arrowhead? Paper or plastic? Duh, neither. Consider yourself liberated. Bottled water is the single largest growth area among all beverages, including alcohol, juices and soft drinks. According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation, per capita consumption has more than

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Horrorpops

Danish band the Horrorpops released their third album Kiss Kiss Kill Kill, earlier this month, bringing to the punk rock world a true genre mixed sound. Subtitled 12 Tales About Love and Horror, the album starts out strong with stand up bass and twangy guitar typical of their psychobilly and

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Horrorpops

Danish band the Horrorpops released their third album Kiss Kiss Kill Kill, earlier this month, bringing to the punk rock world a true genre mixed sound. Subtitled 12 Tales About Love and Horror, the album starts out strong with stand up bass and twangy guitar typical of their psychobilly and

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McChord Field Honor Guard honor Women's Airforce Service Pilot

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McChord Field Honor Guard honor Women's Airforce Service Pilot

Saturday, April 20, past and present histories intersected with precision. During World War II, Lois Auchterlonie volunteered to serve this country as a Women's Airforce Service Pilot, or WASP. "I just wanted to fly," the former captain said in a 2008 interview, "and if I could I would go back and do

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Military Pathways website for mental health self-assessments

Health

Military Pathways website for mental health self-assessments

The Military Pathways website is worth a look.  The Department of Defense has partnered with Screening for Mental Health, a non-profit organization, to create Military Pathways. The program is available online, over the telephone and at events held at military installations worldwide. Free and anonymous, Pathways provides mental health and alcohol self-assessments for

Army adopts new approach to military sexual assault

Military Policy

Army adopts new approach to military sexual assault

When The Invisible War came out last summer, it called rape "a silent epidemic ... and the most shameful and best kept secret in the U.S. military." The documentary showcased multiple Servicemembers suffering from military sexual trauma, and claimed that 20 percent of females are sexually assaulted while serving and

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Washington Veterans Home honors volunteers

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Washington Veterans Home honors volunteers

The Washington Veterans Home, located outside of Port Orchard, recently held an event to recognize its astounding number of volunteers. For the past year, volunteers at the home collectively logged 4,973 hours. This number was up more than 1,000 hours from last year. The Washington Veterans Home caters to 240 residents

National Guard man an awesome running station

Recreation

National Guard man an awesome running station

"Fitness overall is important  for any branch of service and just because we are traditional Guardsmen doesn't mean we shouldn't get out on a Saturday and stay in shape while competing in a fun environment," said NGAW 5K winner CPT Dalrymple of the Western Air Defense Sector. A group of volunteers

Special Forces soldier Staff Sgt. Brian Guzman wins Medical Sergeant of the year

News Front

Special Forces soldier Staff Sgt. Brian Guzman wins Medical Sergeant of the year

Here's one hero who believes in the power of simplicity. "If I keep things simple in a panic situation, the answers come," Staff Sgt. Brian Guzman said during a telephone interview on Monday afternoon. "I am calm; people understand simplicity." Assigned to 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), Guzman was recognized as the Army's

Howard O. Scott Award Nominee: Staff Sgt. Adam G. Rice

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Howard O. Scott Award Nominee: Staff Sgt. Adam G. Rice

"In the Guard, you can end up doing 24 hour guard duty, marching until you can't feel your feet, filling sandbags, or doing any number of other odious or grueling tasks," says Washington National Guardsmen, Staff Sgt Adam Rice. "If you are dedicated to the idea of being the shield

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