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Through Dec. 3: "Study #1 Backyard"

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Through Dec. 3: "Study #1 Backyard"

Thursday, one of Tacoma's favorite artists, Lisa Kinoshita, celebrates the opening of Study #1 Backyard at Fulcrum Gallery. A collection of new works by Kinoshita scheduled to be on display through Dec. 3, Study #1 Backyard relies heavily on caribou heads. No seriously. Check the hype: "Lisa Kinoshita takes us

Saturday, Nov. 19-Sunday, Nov. 20: Arts Symposium

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Saturday, Nov. 19-Sunday, Nov. 20: Arts Symposium

Art at Work: Tacoma Arts Month - celebrating its 10th year and chugging along in fine fashion - continues this weekend with the much-anticipated Arts Symposium at the University of Puget Sound. In the simplest terms, the Arts Symposium is a weekend program geared toward local artists. It focuses on

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5th Stryker Brigade photos

Photos from Our Man in Afghanistan.

Being prepared for tax time

Operation Family Support

Being prepared for tax time

Getting your taxes done may be compulsory, but it doesn't have to be complicated. The tax season, which lasts three and a half months, is often a stress-inducer.  Gathering your W-2s, receipts and records of donations is important - but so is knowing where to go and who to trust. The

Saturday, Nov. 19: Olympia Record Show

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Saturday, Nov. 19: Olympia Record Show

Imagine a 2,500-sqaure-foot space filled with nearly 40 tables. Now imagine those tables teeming with rare records, lost VHS classics, band merchandise and memorabilia. Imagine you could swap, sell or purchase any of these precious items while listening to a DJ spinning sick-ass records and mingling with other connoisseurs. Oh,

Understanding the very difficult

Health

Understanding the very difficult

Understanding TRICARE medical benefits is a difficult task at best.  Surveys document that most service members and their families are confused by TRICARE.  "I was active duty for eight years," commented Rebecca Zimmerman, "and I never understood what it was all about." What follows is a general primer designed to help active duty

Matt Coughline Band

Live & CD Reviews

Matt Coughline Band

I don't care how good you are at writing songs. If you are surrounded by mediocre musicians, your songs will not sound good. That's just how it goes. They don't even have to be bad, exactly. Just boring enough to suck free whatever life you've driven into the song, and

Emotions Matter opens up talk about feelings and how to cope

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Emotions Matter opens up talk about feelings and how to cope

FORT LEWIS, Wash. - Emotions Matter, an exhibit designed to provide support to military Families by sharing strategies for dealing with emotions in a playful way, could be traveling to Army garrisons soon. "My five-year-old son has been in counseling for the past two years and the Emotions Matter exhibit at

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Reporter's Notebook #2

Friday, December 11, 2009 With over 20,000 soldiers, airmen, sailors and Marines at Kandahar Air Field from 17 different countries, Kandahar Air Field (KAF) is a multicultural mix of languages, food and customs. For example, one of the dining facilities, otherwise known as a DFAC, caters to the British.  Another eating-place, called

Sunday, Nov. 20: Fifty years of pizza at The Cloverleaf

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Sunday, Nov. 20: Fifty years of pizza at The Cloverleaf

Culminating a full week of celebration in the name of 50 years in the pizza business, Tacoma's iconic Cloverleaf will welcome the band Sunny 4 Cast to "rock out" on Sunday night. Not surprisingly, there will also be beer specials. There have been specials all week, in fact, from kids'

'Gathering'

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'Gathering'

This exhibition of collaborative work by John Miller and a dozen or so friends is cute and well crafted. Some of the pieces - all giant goblets - are beautiful, most are inventive, and a lot of them are funny. The exhibit, Gathering: John Miller and Friends, combines traditional glass

Through June 10: "Gathering: John Miller and Friends"

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Through June 10: "Gathering: John Miller and Friends"

This exhibition of collaborative work by John Miller and a dozen or so friends is cute and well crafted. Some of the pieces - all giant goblets - are beautiful, most are inventive, and a lot of them are funny. The exhibit, Gathering: John Miller and Friends, combines traditional glass

Rebirth of a city

Arts

Rebirth of a city

Peter Serko's photography exhibition at the Museum of Glass artistically documents the brief history of the museum since 2006. It also shows different aspects of the building, and of the adjacent Chihuly Bridge of Glass, taken during different times of day throughout the seasons. Plus there's a video montage featuring

DeSean Jackson is the one percent

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DeSean Jackson is the one percent

Though you may not have felt it - Perhaps you have better things to do Sunday morning? - the news rumbled across the fantasy football landscape like a last-minute bombshell. Eagles' wide receiver DeSean Jackson had been benched by coach Andy Reid, according to reports, a penalty assessed because Jackson missed

The cheese report

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The cheese report

When considering the extra five-to-15 pounds circling my midsection like a useless life preserver, I start cutting out fatty foods. When I get to cheese the brakes come on. I'll keep my love handles/muffin-top/pushin' cushion. When someone asks, "Would you like cheese on that?" I say, "Yes, please!" Marlene's Market and

Saturday, Nov. 19: Hunting Accident

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Saturday, Nov. 19: Hunting Accident

In addition to the Big Star influence that infects just about every power pop song ever produced, the Hunting Accident has its own internal power pop lineage to draw from. Hunting Accident members Nate Greely, Aaron Stuart and Travis Shettel cut their teeth in the mid-'90s in

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SAAF, AUSA support JBLM troops downrange

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SAAF, AUSA support JBLM troops downrange

Nov. 13 was a cool, rainy Sunday morning - the kind where many burrowed deeper beneath warm blankets. Yet 43 volunteers attended a Support America's Armed Forces (SAAF) event at the American Legion Post 67 in Puyallup to make care packages for troops in Afghanistan. SAAF and the Captain Meriwether Lewis

Pet friendly walks and spas

New to the NW

Pet friendly walks and spas

Parks for pets: Bradley Park - 2323 7th Street Southeast, Puyallup, WA‎ - (253) 864-0707‎ Spanaway Park - 152nd pacific avenue Tacoma, WA Frontier Park - 21718 Meridian Avenue East, Graham, WA‎ - (253) 847-2032‎ Clark Creek - 1015 13th St SW, Puyallup, WA‎ - (253) 841-8964‎ Wildwood Park- Wildwood Park, Puyallup, Washington 98372‎ -

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