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Best bands, clubs and dating spots

Best Cheap Date Cheaper than a roofie and much easier to find, some good cold beer from The Red Hot will do the trick just fine when it comes to getting your date to pass out.  No need to waste the time and money on a steak dinner and fine wine,

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Best restaurants, bars, dishes and more

Best Advocate for Food Charlie McManus rolled the dice as the ’90s closed and invested his talents in Tacoma opening the area’s first bistro-like, artsy, finely crafted restaurant — Primo Grill. He gave us a reason to eat well again, ushering in the next decade of upscale restaurant explosion in the

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hen deciding who we’d have as our Night of the Living Best of Tacoma Legend, we wanted to go with someone who is not so mainstream, who doesn’t always get the spotlight, yet is so very truly Tacoma. The natural choice for me was to grace these pages with

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Best clothing stores, salons and more

Best Spot To Buy Jeans Jeans are the most un-fun thing to shop for next to bathing suits. Judging your butt in the mirror, jumping up and down just to pull on what feels like an extra pair of skin and doing a hundred squats to stretch them — only to

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Best clothing stores, salons and more

Best Spot To Buy Jeans Jeans are the most un-fun thing to shop for next to bathing suits. Judging your butt in the mirror, jumping up and down just to pull on what feels like an extra pair of skin and doing a hundred squats to stretch them — only to

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Best theater, visual arts, video and more

Best Visual Artist The son of a gun went and closed his gallery, so we may not get so many chances to see his work around T-town, but David Goldberg remains, in my humble opinion, the best visual artists working in Tacoma today. There’s nothing flashy about his work. He’s not on

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Best theater, visual arts, video and more

Best Visual Artist The son of a gun went and closed his gallery, so we may not get so many chances to see his work around T-town, but David Goldberg remains, in my humble opinion, the best visual artists working in Tacoma today. There’s nothing flashy about his work. He’s not on

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Best politicians, eye sores, urbanism and more

Best Reason To Live In Tacoma I wanted to get all mushy, and talk about how all the wonderful people make Tacoma the place to be. But then I got to thinking — it’s not the people we have, but the people we don’t have that makes Tacoma great. See, unlike

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