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Coraline

CATCH A FIRE: A South African hero’s journey to freedom from acclaimed director Phillip Noyce (The Quiet American, Rabbit-Proof Fence) starring Derek Luke and Tim Robbins.  Part of the Blue Mouse’s Tacoma Sister Cities International Film & Food festival. (NR) – Bill White Blue Mouse: Thurs, Feb. 12

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Paul Schrag SECOND CLOSET: Sales associate Brent Coe could be working from a different location in 2010. Through nearly 90 years of service, Junior League of Tacoma has dedicated itself to building community through volunteerism and charity. But that could change by the end of this year. A grass-roots, volunteer-driven community service

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Retrospect

Paul Schrag SECOND CLOSET: Sales associate Brent Coe could be working from a different location in 2010. Through nearly 90 years of service, Junior League of Tacoma has dedicated itself to building community through volunteerism and charity. But that could change by the end of this year. A grass-roots, volunteer-driven community service

South Puget Sound Live Music & DJ Calendar: Saturday, May 26, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music & DJ Calendar: Saturday, May 26, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC C.I. Shenanigans Tacoma - Northend. David Gardner. 7 pm. Mandolin Cafe Tacoma - Central. Northern Lights. All Ages. 8 pm. $5. BLUES Buffino's Golden West Restaurant and Lounge Tacoma - South. Back Porch Band. 8 pm. Uncle Sam's American Bar & Grill Spanaway. Jam For Jerry Miller Benefit. 9 pm. The Spar Tacoma - Old

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Summit Pub

I never would’ve known that anything cool existed south of 512 on Canyon Road if Matt Driscoll had bathed that day. While the Weekly Volcano offices reeked a foul combination of baby poop and sweaty socks, I headed out for cold beers and meaty sandwiches at Summit Pub. One of

DIVE IN: Summit Pub

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DIVE IN: Summit Pub

I never would’ve known that anything cool existed south of 512 on Canyon Road if Matt Driscoll had bathed that day. While the Weekly Volcano offices reeked a foul combination of baby poop and sweaty socks, I headed out for cold beers and meaty sandwiches at Summit Pub.

Have a heart

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Have a heart

Choosing the right restaurant for Valentine’s Day depends on the motivations of your libido. The right spot can mend a hole in the heart, enflame the senses, set up expectations, quell other expectations, and/or send a shot across the bow of love. If Valentine’s Day dinner just entered your consciousness this

Have a heart

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Have a heart

Choosing the right restaurant for Valentine’s Day depends on the motivations of your libido. The right spot can mend a hole in the heart, enflame the senses, set up expectations, quell other expectations, and/or send a shot across the bow of love. If Valentine’s Day dinner just entered your consciousness this

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Sea Grill's new bar menu

SEA GRILL The downtown Tacoma fine-dining joint intends to spice up February with a new bar menu: The Fab Five. All five items are $5 all day, every day. And here they are: Seasonal Fish Tacos, Rock Shrimp Cocktail, Sea Grill Truffle Fries, Lobster Bisque and Bar Caesar Salad. 1498 Pacific

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Sea Grill's new bar menu

SEA GRILL The downtown Tacoma fine-dining joint intends to spice up February with a new bar menu: The Fab Five. All five items are $5 all day, every day. And here they are: Seasonal Fish Tacos, Rock Shrimp Cocktail, Sea Grill Truffle Fries, Lobster Bisque and Bar Caesar Salad. 1498 Pacific

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All-ages column

Well. Let’s see. Who am I? I’m Lauren Napier. Tour manager, merch girl, music journalist, cellist and general nerd. You can attempt to read between the lines, but what it all comes down to is music is the soundtrack to my life. I ask the questions. It gives me the

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All-ages column

Well. Let’s see. Who am I? I’m Lauren Napier. Tour manager, merch girl, music journalist, cellist and general nerd. You can attempt to read between the lines, but what it all comes down to is music is the soundtrack to my life. I ask the questions. It gives me the

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Absinthe minded

“Absinthe has a wonderful color, green. A glass of Absinthe is as poetical as anything in the world. What difference is there between a glass of Absinthe and a sunset?” — Oscar Wilde Well, besides the fact that I have never tried to punch a police officer after seeing the beautiful

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Absinthe minded

“Absinthe has a wonderful color, green. A glass of Absinthe is as poetical as anything in the world. What difference is there between a glass of Absinthe and a sunset?” — Oscar Wilde Well, besides the fact that I have never tried to punch a police officer after seeing

South Puget Sound Live Music & DJs Calendar: Sunday, May 27, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music & DJs Calendar: Sunday, May 27, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Blame Sally. All Ages. 6 pm. $10-$15. Northern Pacific Coffee Co. Tacoma - Parkland. Jeriactric Jazz. All Ages. 11 am-1 pm. NC. Olympia Farmers Market Olympia - Downtown. The Sundowners. All Ages. 11 am. NC. BLUES Dawson's Bar and Grill Tacoma - South. Blues Jam,

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Giant Squid

Convention tells me to go with 16. But, not surprisingly, I’m saying fuck convention. This Thursday, Feb. 12, Southern California’s infamous, chugging, brewing hardcore riff factory – 16 – will be in Tacoma, at Hell’s Kitchen, playing a show along with Giant Squid, Lozen and Monuments Collide. Though 16 calls Relapse records

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Giant Squid

Convention tells me to go with 16. But, not surprisingly, I’m saying fuck convention. This Thursday, Feb. 12, Southern California’s infamous, chugging, brewing hardcore riff factory – 16 – will be in Tacoma, at Hell’s Kitchen, playing a show along with Giant Squid, Lozen and Monuments Collide. Though 16 calls Relapse records

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Lisa Lampanelli and others 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 Freddie Stone/IFG Foundation Benefit Tacoma. Feb. 13 7 pm. $50 (King Oscar Restaurant, 253.581.0227). Agent Orange, Dreadful Children, The Assasinators, Y.I.A., Psycho 78 Tacoma.

Gritty alt-country

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Gritty alt-country

Cameron Elliott, the leader, singer, guitarist and driving force behind Battle Hymns, isn’t scared of Tacoma — at least not really. “I’m more afraid I’ll be tempted to don an eye patch and start bossing glass blowers around, or go on a car crushing spree with my monster truck,” says the

Gritty alt-country

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Gritty alt-country

Cameron Elliott, the leader, singer, guitarist and driving force behind Battle Hymns, isn’t scared of Tacoma — at least not really. “I’m more afraid I’ll be tempted to don an eye patch and start bossing glass blowers around, or go on a car crushing spree with my monster truck,” says the

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