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On local screens this week

  APPALOOSA: Ed Harris plays a sheriff and Viggo Mortensen is his deputy.  They travel the Old West, cleaning bad guys out of towns.  Appaloosa lives in dread of an evil rancher (Jeremy Irons).  A cute young miss in a fetching frock (Renee Zellweger) arrives in town on the stage.  It’s

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Nothing crude, just funny

Roger Ebert's review of Role Models ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site. LINK: Role Models  review: Three stars Find Role Models starting times here.   FILM RATING SYSTEM  One Star: Reel Waste  Two Stars: Reel Potential  Three Stars: The Reel Thing  Four Stars: Better Than The Reel Thing

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Nothing crude, just funny

Roger Ebert's review of Role Models ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site. LINK: Role Models  review: Three stars Find Role Models starting times here.   FILM RATING SYSTEM  One Star: Reel Waste  Two Stars: Reel Potential  Three Stars: The Reel Thing  Four Stars: Better Than The Reel Thing

A goodbye to Bernie Mac

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A goodbye to Bernie Mac

Roger Ebert's review of Soul Men ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site. LINK: Soul Men  review: Three stars Find Soul Men starting times here.   FILM RATING SYSTEM  One Star: Reel Waste  Two Stars: Reel Potential  Three Stars: The Reel Thing  Four Stars: Better Than The Reel Thing

A goodbye to Bernie Mac

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A goodbye to Bernie Mac

Roger Ebert's review of Soul Men ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. To read his review online, visit his Web site. LINK: Soul Men  review: Three stars Find Soul Men starting times here.   FILM RATING SYSTEM  One Star: Reel Waste  Two Stars: Reel Potential  Three Stars: The Reel Thing  Four Stars: Better Than The Reel Thing

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Eat well

It would seem that former News Tribune food critic Ed Murrieta left the paper rather abruptly a few months back and then fell off the face of the earth. I was fortunate to run unto Murrieta recently and probe him for the “dirt” on why he left the TNT and

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Eat well

It would seem that former News Tribune food critic Ed Murrieta left the paper rather abruptly a few months back and then fell off the face of the earth. I was fortunate to run unto Murrieta recently and probe him for the “dirt” on why he left the TNT and

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Peter Lynn and Sean Alexander

  Peter Lynn House Manager/Projection Assistant at Grand Cinema Co-Owner of The Helm Art Gallery Sean Alexander Projectionist at Grand Cinema Co-Owner of The Helm Art Gallery I’m ashamed to admit that I have only recently gotten around to viewing Weiner Takes All: A Dogumentary. The film won as audience favorite this year at the Grand Cinema’s

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TROUBLE WITH DEROSA: Peter Lynn and Sean Alexander

Peter Lynn House Manager/Projection Assistant at Grand Cinema Co-Owner of The Helm Art Gallery Sean Alexander Projectionist at Grand Cinema Co-Owner of The Helm Art Gallery I’m ashamed to admit that I have only recently gotten around to viewing Weiner Takes All: A Dogumentary. The film won as audience favorite this year at the

Yes we can

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Yes we can

AlterNet asked dozens of writers, experts and activists on key issues to write about where the country needs to go, and the priorities for Barack Obama’s early days in office. The following is the first in a series of articles AlterNet will be running this week. Dahlia Lithwick, contributing editor at

Yes we can

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Yes we can

AlterNet asked dozens of writers, experts and activists on key issues to write about where the country needs to go, and the priorities for Barack Obama’s early days in office. The following is the first in a series of articles AlterNet will be running this week. Dahlia Lithwick, contributing editor at

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Rockin'

Tacoma sold the Narrows Airport to Pierce County this week. Lord knows what they’ll do with it. There has been a lot of talk regarding proposals from private parties who wanted to turn the Narrows into an economic engine. Tacoma officials elected to sell the thing to the county. Y’know,

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Rockin'

Tacoma sold the Narrows Airport to Pierce County this week. Lord knows what they’ll do with it. There has been a lot of talk regarding proposals from private parties who wanted to turn the Narrows into an economic engine. Tacoma officials elected to sell the thing to the county. Y’know,

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Mini-winners

  You know that huge sigh of relief you heard coming from Lakewood after Tuesday’s election? Well, it was well deserved, and it came from the city’s four (count ’em, four) mini casinos. Proposition 1 — an initiative created by anti gambling zealots that would have doomed an industry that provides $2.9

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Mini-winners

  You know that huge sigh of relief you heard coming from Lakewood after Tuesday’s election? Well, it was well deserved, and it came from the city’s four (count ’em, four) mini casinos. Proposition 1 — an initiative created by anti gambling zealots that would have doomed an industry that provides $2.9

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OFF has it going on

Some dread an election year, but 2008 marks a capstone for the Olympia Film Society. This month members celebrate the 25th run of the society’s popular film festival. What better way to commemorate the event’s present success than with a throwback to cinema’s past? The Olympia Film Festival kicks off Friday,

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OFF has it going on

Some dread an election year, but 2008 marks a capstone for the Olympia Film Society. This month members celebrate the 25th run of the society’s popular film festival. What better way to commemorate the event’s present success than with a throwback to cinema’s past? The Olympia Film Festival kicks off Friday,

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Jesse Dominique Herman Josh Bryan Anson Bushong

The best thing about Tacoma is the diversity that radiates throughout the city. Whether that's the diversity that expresses ones individuality through clothing, or the gauntlet of local businesses giving Tacoma its character, there is no denying that diversity is everywhere. Whatcha Wearin' caught 24-year-old Tacoma native Jesse Dominique Herman

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Jesse Dominique Herman Josh Bryan Anson Bushong

The best thing about Tacoma is the diversity that radiates throughout the city. Whether that's the diversity that expresses ones individuality through clothing, or the gauntlet of local businesses giving Tacoma its character, there is no denying that diversity is everywhere. Whatcha Wearin' caught 24-year-old Tacoma native Jesse Dominique Herman

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Obama defies the critics

No doubt… This is certainly a special day and a special submission this week.  I will not even front as if I am elated about the campaign and election of President-Elect, Barack Obama.  This is a historic and especially proud moment that certainly NOT everyone is pleased with, but in

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