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The Nook hook

Hold on children. It’s time to go explore the Collectors Nook. Next door to the also eccentrically houred Pure Clothing on I Street, this nearly invisible dusty shelved second hand is, at the very least, worth the trip around the corner from your French press at Satellite Coffee.  Perceptively named,

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The Nook hook

Hold on children. It’s time to go explore the Collectors Nook. Next door to the also eccentrically houred Pure Clothing on I Street, this nearly invisible dusty shelved second hand is, at the very least, worth the trip around the corner from your French press at Satellite Coffee.  Perceptively named,

The Jet City Fix

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The Jet City Fix

Getting stuff stolen sucks. Anyone who’s ever returned to their car only to see a mangled mess of wires where the stereo used to be can attest to that. Now imagine being a guitarist in a rock band — your whole persona, love life, hairdo and sleep patterns permanently linked to

The Jet City Fix

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The Jet City Fix

Getting stuff stolen sucks. Anyone who’s ever returned to their car only to see a mangled mess of wires where the stereo used to be can attest to that. Now imagine being a guitarist in a rock band — your whole persona, love life, hairdo and sleep patterns permanently linked to

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Supersuckers on sale

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, (253) 627-TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, (800) 325-SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, (866) 468-7623, www.ticketweb.com On sale now State Radio, Sunderlyn, Bitchin’ Summer Seattle. July 26 (all ages) 9 pm. $13-$15 (Chop Suey, TW). Hugh Masekela Seattle. Aug. 4 7:30 pm. $32.50 (Jazz Alley, TM). Django Reinhardt Festival Seattle. Aug. 5-6

Finding your way

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Finding your way

This week, local community organizers and public officials will take a big step toward making it hard to get lost in Tacoma. Even better, Tacoma’s wayfinding sign project may help visitors and residents find some of the cool stuff. Truth is, Tacoma already has a few wayfinding signs. But so

Finding your way

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Finding your way

This week, local community organizers and public officials will take a big step toward making it hard to get lost in Tacoma. Even better, Tacoma’s wayfinding sign project may help visitors and residents find some of the cool stuff. Truth is, Tacoma already has a few wayfinding signs. But so

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Ask Amy

Meating people I recently ended a relationship, and over the past few weekends I've hit the singles bars. Typically, I do OK with women — just not in this scene. Each time, I managed to get a few numbers, but any woman I call never calls back. Why do women give

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Ask Amy

Meating people I recently ended a relationship, and over the past few weekends I've hit the singles bars. Typically, I do OK with women — just not in this scene. Each time, I managed to get a few numbers, but any woman I call never calls back. Why do women give

Tacoma’s Illuminati Literati

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Tacoma’s Illuminati Literati

Wordsmiths and spiritualists alike are invited to attend the poetry workshop: Illumination and the Literary Imagination, presented by Urban Grace and the Tacoma Art Museum Thursday, July 24. This writing workshop takes place at the Tacoma Art Museum and is free of charge. The only cost to participants is admission

Tacoma’s Illuminati Literati

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Tacoma’s Illuminati Literati

Wordsmiths and spiritualists alike are invited to attend the poetry workshop: Illumination and the Literary Imagination, presented by Urban Grace and the Tacoma Art Museum Thursday, July 24. This writing workshop takes place at the Tacoma Art Museum and is free of charge. The only cost to participants is admission

Loyalty, duty and honor on the baseball diamond

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Loyalty, duty and honor on the baseball diamond

Sometimes it might not be our first instinct to associate pro baseball with loyalty, duty and honor.  The fact is, though, Major League Baseball has always been loaded with fine men who understand about serving a cause greater than themselves.   In World War II, for example, more than 1,300 ballplayers,

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Live it up at Melting Pot happy hour

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Live it up at Melting Pot happy hour

Few things say love like melted cheese - and melted cheese is just one of the things The Melting Pot in Tacoma does well. This delectable melted cheese Mecca is often one of the more expensive restaurants in T-Town, and it's not hard to rack up a $100 bill for

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Friday, Dec. 7, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Friday, Dec. 7, 2012

Immanuel Presbyterian Church Tacoma - Northend. BARE Tacoma - Holiday offers an entirely a cappella evening featuring Shenandoah Davis, Sean Nelson (of Harvey Danger), Tacoma School of the Arts choir, Luke Stevens, Goldfinch, Colin Reynolds, Elk & Boar, Hannalee, Eternal Fair and others singing by candlelight. All Ages. 8 pm.

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THE ROCKFORD FILES: Alex Orozco launches EPdemics

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THE ROCKFORD FILES: Alex Orozco launches EPdemics

I've always appreciated the physicality of buying music. Going to a record store to buy an album, taking it home and removing the cellophane, then carefully placing the needle before the grooves. ... Yes, I am talking about vinyl - a medium that I'm ironically watching being carried under the

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Dana Lyons. All Ages. 8 pm. $5-$12. Forza Coffee Co. DuPont. Lisa Mitts. All Ages. 6 pm. NC. Matrix Coffee House Chehalis. Mark Trethewey, Tom & Charity Stone, Steve Brambelt. All Ages. 8 pm. $6. COMEDY/GAMES Grit City Comedy Club Tacoma - Downtown. Comedian Billy

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