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Don't take this trip

“College Road Trip” is the sort of movie that gets described as “fun for the whole family,” but it really isn’t.  It will be no fun at all for members of the family over 10.  Or sophisticated ones over 8.  The characters scream a lot when they’re unhappy and dance

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Don't take this trip

“College Road Trip” is the sort of movie that gets described as “fun for the whole family,” but it really isn’t.  It will be no fun at all for members of the family over 10.  Or sophisticated ones over 8.  The characters scream a lot when they’re unhappy and dance

Sushi and the city

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Sushi and the city

I love sushi. Sushi, sushi, sushi. Here it goes, down, down into my belly. Yes, sushi is my Achilles heel, and I cannot ever seem to get enough. In Seattle there actually is a sushi restaurant on South Lake Union called I Love Sushi. We are fairly lucky here in

Sushi and the city

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Sushi and the city

I love sushi. Sushi, sushi, sushi. Here it goes, down, down into my belly. Yes, sushi is my Achilles heel, and I cannot ever seem to get enough. In Seattle there actually is a sushi restaurant on South Lake Union called I Love Sushi. We are fairly lucky

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Elite undies

Last weekend was interesting in the world of theater as the Northwest Festival of Plays came to a close and deepened a lot of interest in local theater talent with a roster of thoughtful, funny, clever, and touching shows. Kudos go out to all involved for their tireless work that

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Elite undies

Last weekend was interesting in the world of theater as the Northwest Festival of Plays came to a close and deepened a lot of interest in local theater talent with a roster of thoughtful, funny, clever, and touching shows. Kudos go out to all involved for their tireless work that

Sing a song of Seville

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Sing a song of Seville

Tacoma Opera often makes use of Pacific Northwest talent for its productions. For Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, opening Friday at the Pantages, all of the principal performers have been drawn from Puget Sound country. “We have a focus on using singers from the Northwest wherever possible,” explains Tacoma Opera’s general

Sing a song of Seville

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Sing a song of Seville

Tacoma Opera often makes use of Pacific Northwest talent for its productions. For Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, opening Friday at the Pantages, all of the principal performers have been drawn from Puget Sound country. “We have a focus on using singers from the Northwest wherever possible,” explains Tacoma Opera’s general

JBLM Soldier credits cat for new outlook

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JBLM Soldier credits cat for new outlook

While it is often said that cats have nine lives, one feline has given a Soldier a new outlook on life. On Dec. 8, 2010, a Taliban suicide bomber in Afghanistan hit a patrol assigned to 3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment.  Two Soldiers were killed; the rest were wounded. Staff Sgt. Jesse

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Concert Alert

On sale now Devotchka, Basia Bulat Seattle. May 3 8 pm. $19 (Seattle, TM). World Sacred Music Festival Olympia. March 8 11 am to 9:30 pm. $15-$20 (Minnaert Center). Trace Bundy, Jonah Werner Seattle. March 10 7:30 pm. $1-$12 (Triple Door, TM). The Senate Seattle. March 11 7:30 pm. $15 (Triple Door,

Bumtech

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Bumtech

There are lots of “cool” things coming out of Portland. There are plenty of hip bands and all-the-rage sounds. There’s a lot of stuff that people will tell you is new, exciting and different, and there’s a lot of stuff that is showing up on indie radars all over the

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Bumtech

There are lots of “cool” things coming out of Portland. There are plenty of hip bands and all-the-rage sounds. There’s a lot of stuff that people will tell you is new, exciting and different, and there’s a lot of stuff that is showing up on indie radars all over the

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American Legion Pat Tillman Memorial Post 53 hosts upcoming events

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American Legion Pat Tillman Memorial Post 53 hosts upcoming events

The American Legion Pat Tillman Memorial Post 53 loves calling the DuPont community home. While this vibrant and welcoming community offers a variety of goods and services, a quaint downtown, natural beauty, and a host of other appealing features, the city clearly and actively supports retired and active Servicemembers and their

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Musical chairs

Sometimes the idea comes first. In the case of Olympia’s Tor Clauson, the owner and operator of Musical Furnishings, the idea was a bench with a xylophone in it. Then a treasure chest with embedded marimbas. His latest design is a modular table in which he can insert different harmonic

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Musical chairs

Sometimes the idea comes first. In the case of Olympia’s Tor Clauson, the owner and operator of Musical Furnishings, the idea was a bench with a xylophone in it. Then a treasure chest with embedded marimbas. His latest design is a modular table in which he can insert different harmonic

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Blues clues

Bobble Tiki’s first love, even before booze, broads or breakfast burritos, was the blues. Bobble Tiki’s head is full of fond memories of listening to the classics with the Old Man — and by Old Man Bobble Tiki means Bobble Tiki Sr.  Tiki Sr.’s collection of classic blues was the

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Blues clues

Bobble Tiki’s first love, even before booze, broads or breakfast burritos, was the blues. Bobble Tiki’s head is full of fond memories of listening to the classics with the Old Man — and by Old Man Bobble Tiki means Bobble Tiki Sr.  Tiki Sr.’s collection of classic blues was the

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Wine and jazz fest

Saturday, March 8, the Tacoma Wine and Jazz Festival will celebrate what looks like a victory. It finally looks like Ted Brown’s dream will come true. For the past several years Brown (no relation to the music store by the same name) has been lobbying and fund-raising to build an

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Wine and jazz fest

Saturday, March 8, the Tacoma Wine and Jazz Festival will celebrate what looks like a victory. It finally looks like Ted Brown’s dream will come true. For the past several years Brown (no relation to the music store by the same name) has been lobbying and fund-raising to build an

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