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Roger Ebert's review of The International ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. Ebert's peeps will not allow us to run the review online. To read his review online, visit Ebert's Web site. The International Starring: Clive Owen, Naomi Watts and Armin Mueller-Stahl Rating: Three out of four stars Director: Tom Tykwer Rated:

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Opening CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC: I liked Confessions of a Shopaholic about as much as I disliked Sex and the City. Both are about clueless women, but this one knows it. SITC is about women searching for love in most of the wrong places, and Shopaholic is about a woman searching

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Friday the 13th

CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC: I liked Confessions of a Shopaholic about as much as I disliked Sex and the City. Both are about clueless women, but this one knows it. SITC is about women searching for love in most of the wrong places, and Shopaholic is about a woman searching

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Friday the 13th

CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC: I liked Confessions of a Shopaholic about as much as I disliked Sex and the City. Both are about clueless women, but this one knows it. SITC is about women searching for love in most of the wrong places, and Shopaholic is about a woman searching

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Typical

Apparently warehouse sales aren’t what they used to be — much like the sales of everything these days (except, perhaps booze, weed, antidepressant drugs and macaroni and cheese). Denver based ProLogis, which was set to develop the Northern Pacific Railroad shops site in South Tacoma until the economy went to

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Typical

Apparently warehouse sales aren’t what they used to be — much like the sales of everything these days (except, perhaps booze, weed, antidepressant drugs and macaroni and cheese). Denver based ProLogis, which was set to develop the Northern Pacific Railroad shops site in South Tacoma until the economy went to

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Misguided culture

The female boob — probably the most misunderstood body part in the history of our confused and misguided culture. We’ve made the boob into so many things. First and foremost, we see it as a sexual vessel. We’re fascinated by it. We worship it. We make bras to stick it out

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Misguided culture

The female boob — probably the most misunderstood body part in the history of our confused and misguided culture. We’ve made the boob into so many things. First and foremost, we see it as a sexual vessel. We’re fascinated by it. We worship it. We make bras to stick it out

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Buffino’s Golden West Restaurant and Lounge

Bandito and I opted to play it safe when ordering food from Golden West Restaurant and Lounge on South Tacoma Way, and stuck with items that even Marilyn Manson couldn’t fuck up. Like grilled cheese and a club sandwich. Sounds like an easy order, right?   Not necessarily.   Neesie the bartender was on

DIVE IN: Golden West Restaurant and Lounge

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DIVE IN: Golden West Restaurant and Lounge

Bandito and I opted to play it safe when ordering food from Golden West Restaurant and Lounge on South Tacoma Way, and stuck with items that even Marilyn Manson couldn’t fuck up. Like grilled cheese and a club sandwich. Sounds like an easy order, right?   Not necessarily.   Neesie

Tricks of the trade

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Tricks of the trade

As Tacoma’s collective cash flow dwindles, it seems appropriate that we begin to look elsewhere for ways to keep the economic gears grinding. Enter Barter Tacoma. Sparked by a small group of local professionals who recognize that cash isn’t the only foundation for exchange, the movement hopes to revive the

Tricks of the trade

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Tricks of the trade

As Tacoma’s collective cash flow dwindles, it seems appropriate that we begin to look elsewhere for ways to keep the economic gears grinding. Enter Barter Tacoma. Sparked by a small group of local professionals who recognize that cash isn’t the only foundation for exchange, the movement hopes to revive the

South Puget Sound Live Music & DJs Calendar: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music & DJs Calendar: Wednesday, May 23, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Mandolin Cafe Tacoma - Central. Peter Adams. All Ages. 7 pm. NC. BLUES Charlie's Sports Bar and Grill Olympia - Downtown. Blues Jam with Blues Attitude. 9 pm. NC. Midtown Grill Bonney Lake. Wednesday Night Blues Jam. All Ages. 7-11 PM. COMEDY/GAMES Pints & Quarts Pub Westside Olympia - Westside. Bingo. Win prizes. 8:30 pm.

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P.R.O.A.C.T.I.V.E. Solution

A whole mess of folks gathered this week at Tacoma Police headquarters to discuss a thorn that’s been stuck in Tacoma’s side for years. Club owners, bar owners, police, city officials, fire officials, restaurant owners, a few bar patrons, community organizers – all were there to try and figure out

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P.R.O.A.C.T.I.V.E. Solution

A whole mess of folks gathered this week at Tacoma Police headquarters to discuss a thorn that’s been stuck in Tacoma’s side for years. Club owners, bar owners, police, city officials, fire officials, restaurant owners, a few bar patrons, community organizers – all were there to try and figure out

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Which round are we in again?

The long, protracted fight over the future of Olympia’s isthmus continues. As you may recall (and those living and breathing in Olympia are surely all too familiar with), the Olympia City Council voted late last year to allow buildings of 65 and 90 feet on the area of land between Budd

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Which round are we in again?

The long, protracted fight over the future of Olympia’s isthmus continues. As you may recall (and those living and breathing in Olympia are surely all too familiar with), the Olympia City Council voted late last year to allow buildings of 65 and 90 feet on the area of land between Budd

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Chocolate lecture

FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE Explore the darker side of this complicated psychoactive confection Thursday, Feb. 12 inside the University Center at Pacific Lutheran University. The free lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Union Pacific Room. For details, call 253.536.5019. MANGANO’S ITALIAN RISTORANTE They have introduced Pizza Mondays. Every Monday night Mangano’s

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Chocolate lecture

FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE Explore the darker side of this complicated psychoactive confection Thursday, Feb. 12 inside the University Center at Pacific Lutheran University. The free lecture begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Union Pacific Room. For details, call 253.536.5019. MANGANO’S ITALIAN RISTORANTE They have introduced Pizza Mondays. Every Monday night Mangano’s

Turning Koreanesa

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Turning Koreanesa

I’ve dabbled for years in the Korean community, tasting this and that, writing down my favorite places. Recently, however, I ran into a friend looking for a road map of sorts to the Korean restaurants along South Tacoma Way. An adventurer at heart, he recently returned to the South Sound

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