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Monday, APRIL 1: Edible Book Festival

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Monday, APRIL 1: Edible Book Festival

Collins Memorial Library at the University of Puget Sound dedicates itself to protecting books, but come April 1 (no joke) it will eat them at the University's seventh Edible Books Festival. What is an edible book? Duh. An edible book is made of food and inspired by literary titles, characters or

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Electric Children

If ever there has been a week when my brain and ears aren’t quite ready to think about live music in Tacoma and Olympia, this is it. As I write this opening paragraph, I’m sitting in the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, waiting for my flight home from SXSW and eagerly anticipating

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Electric Children

If ever there has been a week when my brain and ears aren’t quite ready to think about live music in Tacoma and Olympia, this is it. As I write this opening paragraph, I’m sitting in the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, waiting for my flight home from SXSW and eagerly anticipating

Afrok celebrates big birthday with a solid hip-hop show

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Afrok celebrates big birthday with a solid hip-hop show

Proud Olympia hip-hop vet Afrok will be officially old Friday March 29, He's throwing a talent filled party/show to celebrate. The big 30 is upon him, and while that makes me feel old as well - I've been watching him develop into the artist he is today for 14 years

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The restaurant scene

Times are changing, my friends, and I wish they could be for the better. All of us are feeling the pinch, and if you’re not, you are either living under a rock or you have more money than any one person should have. Those of us in the food and

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The restaurant scene

Times are changing, my friends, and I wish they could be for the better. All of us are feeling the pinch, and if you’re not, you are either living under a rock or you have more money than any one person should have. Those of us in the food and

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Harmon Hubbub

After The Harmon Brewery & Restaurant turned 10 last year, it only seemed right that its creators start thinking about procreating. They did, and the baby is due to open March 31, with a grand opening on April 1 Pat Nagle and his business partner Carole Holder, who co-own the Tacoma

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Theater connection

Anyone who has wondered what folks such as the Elephant Man, the bearded lady or the midget clowns think about their lives and the audiences who pay to see these "freaks" on stage should look no further than Sideshow now playing at the Capital Playhouse in Olympia. It peels back

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Theater connection

Anyone who has wondered what folks such as the Elephant Man, the bearded lady or the midget clowns think about their lives and the audiences who pay to see these "freaks" on stage should look no further than Sideshow now playing at the Capital Playhouse in Olympia. It peels back

Choice Chinese?

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Choice Chinese?

A typical meal for a Qing Dynasty Chinese emperor consisted of eight main dishes, four side dishes, two or three hot soups, hotpots, and plenty of steamed buns, rice and cakes. Ask me, you don’t have enough Weight Watcher points to eat like that here — especially our fatty, uninspired American

Choice Chinese?

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Choice Chinese?

A typical meal for a Qing Dynasty Chinese emperor consisted of eight main dishes, four side dishes, two or three hot soups, hotpots, and plenty of steamed buns, rice and cakes. Ask me, you don’t have enough Weight Watcher points to eat like that here — especially our fatty, uninspired

Turning robotic

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Turning robotic

In today’s world it is understood we will all die knowing something about science. We won’t necessarily learn pedestrian concepts like the reproductive cycle of golden-striped salamanders or if Nessiteras rhombopteryx is a real genus and species name. In the age of high technology, industry and information, from fourth grade

Turning robotic

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Turning robotic

In today’s world it is understood we will all die knowing something about science. We won’t necessarily learn pedestrian concepts like the reproductive cycle of golden-striped salamanders or if Nessiteras rhombopteryx is a real genus and species name. In the age of high technology, industry and information, from fourth grade

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It’s about time

The art in Black Front Gallery’s latest show is more conceptual than visual. Erica Lord, a visual arts teacher at The Evergreen State College, is a photographer, sculptor and installation artist who brings a mixed-race heritage to her identity-based art. And when I say mixed race, I mean really mixed. Try

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It’s about time

The art in Black Front Gallery’s latest show is more conceptual than visual. Erica Lord, a visual arts teacher at The Evergreen State College, is a photographer, sculptor and installation artist who brings a mixed-race heritage to her identity-based art. And when I say mixed race, I mean really mixed. Try

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Cool neon

“My new artist is a local guy who does some pretty avant-garde neon work. He is that guy who drives that Volvo station wagon with the rocket on top. … This guy is pretty cool.”  That’s what Oliver Doriss from Fulcrum Gallery has to say about his latest featured artist. The

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Cool neon

“My new artist is a local guy who does some pretty avant-garde neon work. He is that guy who drives that Volvo station wagon with the rocket on top. … This guy is pretty cool.”  That’s what Oliver Doriss from Fulcrum Gallery has to say about his latest featured artist. The

Friday, March 29: Afrok's 30th Birthday Bash

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Friday, March 29: Afrok's 30th Birthday Bash

Friday at the Urban Onion Lounge, Afrok and his band, The Movement, will lead a musical charge followed up by plenty of other organic hip-hop talent he's bringing out for his 30th birthday celebration. Afrok handpicked local rappers Akeem, MC Swamptiger and Sky Hatter - who just

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