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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

South Puget Sound Live Music & DJ Calendar: Monday, May 28, 2012

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South Puget Sound Live Music & DJ Calendar: Monday, May 28, 2012

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Stonegate Pizza Tacoma - South. Acoustic Couch Jam. 8:30 pm. NC. BLUES Uncle Sam's American Bar & Grill Spanaway. Blues Monday. 7 pm. NC. COMEDY/GAMES Willoughby's Restaurant and Lounge Yelm. Bar Bingo. 7 pm. NC. Harmon Tap Room Tacoma - Stadium District. Tap Room Trivia. $50 cash prize for the winner of each round. 6-8

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What’s old is new again

In the greater scheme of things, there comes a point in time when a girl has no choice but to spread her wings. But have no fear, fancy faces, I won’t be flying too far away, at least not yet. You all know that I love the T-Town scene so dearly, but

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What's old is new again

In the greater scheme of things, there comes a point in time when a girl has no choice but to spread her wings. But have no fear, fancy faces, I won’t be flying too far away, at least not yet. You all know that I love the T-Town scene

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The February kiss-off

How to tell if you are one of those couples: You hold hands all the time. You no longer refer to yourself as “I,” and you answer any question about your upcoming weekend plans with “I’m not sure what we’re doing.” You grin like an idiot. A lot. You’re the

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The February kiss-off

How to tell if you are one of those couples: You hold hands all the time. You no longer refer to yourself as “I,” and you answer any question about your upcoming weekend plans with “I’m not sure what we’re doing.” You grin like an idiot. A lot. You’re the

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Cheap thrills

With rising numbers of foreclosures, credit card woes and layoffs, people are worrying about how much their wallets can take. In Tacoma, the attraction of the bargain is on the rise with many options for the thrifty consumer ranging from large stores such as Goodwill to small stores such as

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Cheap thrills

With rising numbers of foreclosures, credit card woes and layoffs, people are worrying about how much their wallets can take. In Tacoma, the attraction of the bargain is on the rise with many options for the thrifty consumer ranging from large stores such as Goodwill to small stores such as

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The Fiesty Knitters

Not all the feisty yarn whores were in attendance, but I did manage to catch the craziest of the crazy at their weekly bitch-n-stitch last Sunday. I can’t tell you at what secret location I met up with The Feisty Knitters, for fear they’d stab me in the throat with

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The Fiesty Knitters

Not all the feisty yarn whores were in attendance, but I did manage to catch the craziest of the crazy at their weekly bitch-n-stitch last Sunday. I can’t tell you at what secret location I met up with The Feisty Knitters, for fear they’d stab me in the throat with

Bargains List

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Bargains List

I don’t know about you, but I think what’s happening to the economy is great. Let me demonstrate with one simple statement: Gas is less expensive now. These days it costs me just $18 to fill up my car — a “plum” 1993 Saturn to be specific, which means I

Bargains List

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Bargains List

I don’t know about you, but I think what’s happening to the economy is great. Let me demonstrate with one simple statement: Gas is less expensive now. These days it costs me just $18 to fill up my car — a “plum” 1993 Saturn to be specific, which means I

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Fire and Rain pizza

Fire and Rain pizza  A simple glance at The Rock Wood Fired Pizza’s new Fire and Rain pizza ingredients sent my belly afire: mozzarella, garlic, buffalo chicken, shredded carrots, celery and bleu cheese dressing.  The combination alone was enough to get my blood pumpin’ for the party about to happen

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Fire and Rain pizza

Fire and Rain pizza  A simple glance at The Rock Wood Fired Pizza’s new Fire and Rain pizza ingredients sent my belly afire: mozzarella, garlic, buffalo chicken, shredded carrots, celery and bleu cheese dressing.  The combination alone was enough to get my blood pumpin’ for the party about to happen

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Biennial

The 9th Northwest Biennial at Tacoma Art Museum is too heavy on the conceptual; there’s too much photography, and it would be nice if there were at least one South Sound artist in the show. But it’s one of the more impressive biennials they’ve had, with a wide range of

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Biennial

The 9th Northwest Biennial at Tacoma Art Museum is too heavy on the conceptual; there’s too much photography, and it would be nice if there were at least one South Sound artist in the show. But it’s one of the more impressive biennials they’ve had, with a wide range of

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