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Maktub, David Lanz and other son 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 420 Funk Mob with George Clinton Tacoma. Nov. 16 and 18 9 pm. $40-$75 (Jazzbones, 253.396.9169). Straylight Run, The Color Feed, Deer And The Headlights, Cassino Seattle. Nov. 23 (all ages) 8

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Tacoma invasion

Bryan Willis is a man with an agenda. The pony farmer’s son completed his Master’s degree in Fine Arts from New York University’s Dramatic Writing Program, and then went on to work in many theatres’ literary departments. Additionally, his work has been produced off-Broadway, on the London fringe, throughout the United

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Diwali Night 2007

OK, class, raise your hand if you’re down with the bhangra sound. Better yet, throw both your hands in the air and give ’em a slick flick at the wrist in your best approximation of the Punjabi party-down style. If you’re digging the North Indian dance floor thunder of bhangra

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Immersed in art

The handy little booklet the Tacoma Arts Commission put out for the Studio Tours — Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10-11 — says that at each of the 41 artist studios and three schools on the tour visitors can pick up a card with a picture of the artist’s work. If

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Vagabond Opera

A night with Vagabond Opera is a plunge down the rabbit hole into dirty European Gypsy immigrant love. Only in this rabbit hole, instead of Alice’s encounter with a phobic albino bunny and a feline with daily tooth whitening appointments, this trip includes a flame-masticating dancer with a hula hoop

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The Royal's Bionic Man

Maybe it\'s because I grew up in a house where there was always some groovy Burt Bacharach hit on the record player, but I love anything from the \'60s. So when I walked into The Royal in downtown Olympia, I fell instantly in love. This huge, I mean massive place

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LA Fitness

I spied the “LA Fitness” sign on the fence surrounding the razed building that was Gottschalks. While it makes me sad to see old buildings felled because of the history they represent, I have to say my heart didn’t exactly break to see that particular piece of architecture go. Still,

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Family affair

It is always great to see budding theaters thrive. Not only does the growth of new theaters provide job security to those brave souls who opt to draw paychecks from reviewing their works, but it means that staged theater is alive and well as it finds new audiences in a

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Radio Tacoma

I was hooked the moment I heard the name Radio Tacoma via a friend request on MySpace. I aimed my computer at it. Though the online station is less than two months old, the selections on the playlist range from the old-timey Tacoma classics like the live recorded crooning of

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I heart the Volcano

Each of you wonderful readers knows that the Weekly Volcano is far from being above shameless self promotion, which is exactly what I’m going to throw down right here and now. Last Friday I had the privilege of witnessing the Weekly Volcano receive a 2007 AMOCAT award (along with Victory Music

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Great Clayton Cop-out

It’s time for another one of those columns that I like to think of as The Great Clayton Cop-out. That’s when I offer an overview of exhibitions throughout the region because there’s no one thing I particularly want to review. Let’s face it, it’s a cop-out because there are shows that

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"Sleeping Beauty" opens

“sleeping beauty” Tacoma Little Theatre presents the classic tale of "Sleeping Beauty" starting this weekend. This retelling of "Sleeping Beauty" by Charles Way maintains its major themes, but features a headstrong princess and additional characters, including Gryff, a half-man, half-dragon creature and a riddle-challenging Spider King. [Tacoma Little Theatre, Nov. 9-Dec.

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AMOCAT Awards

Beautiful Angle, Victory Music and the Weekly Volcano received the Tacoma Art Commission’s AMOCAT Award Friday night. — Suzy Stump “Orpheus in the Underworld” Sunday, Nov. 4 / Rialto Theater, Tacoma Sunday’s performance of “Orpheus in the Underworld” delighted audiences with anachronistic costuming including Converse sneakers and Lycra, as well as a fun

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Garage Basementia, Alaska

Usually, when I’m planning my column, I face a choice between Olympia and Tacoma. At the Weekly Volcano we pride ourselves on covering both music scenes, but it’s usually a one-or-the-other situation when it comes to Rock Rhetoric. This week, in a rare bit of advantageous coincidence, the Wagner Logic

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What's on local screens

2 DAYS IN PARIS: See review page 21. The Grand Cinema: Fri 2:45, 5, 7. Sat-Sun 12:30, 5, 7. Mon-Wed 5, 7. Thurs, Nov. 8 2:45, 5, 7. 3:10 TO YUMA: Christian Bale plays an Easterner who lost a leg in the Civil War and has now come to the Arizona territory

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An 'American Gangster' success story

Apart from the detail that he was a heroin dealer, Frank Lucas’ career would be an ideal case study for a business school. “American Gangster” tells his success story. Inheriting a crime empire from his famous boss, Bumpy Johnson, he cornered the New York drug trade with admirable capitalist strategies.

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2 Days in Paris

2 Days in Paris Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg play a New York couple, she French, who wrap up a miserable European holiday by spending two days in Paris, living above her parents. Not your usual lovers-in-Paris movie, but about two original, quirky characters so obsessed with their differences that Paris

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The Wires

The Wires — a Portland-based garage band who will play McCoy’s in Olympia Saturday, Nov. 3 — are not Wire. I promise. Wire, as you probably know if you’ve studied English punk rock, formed in the mid’70s and are credited as one of the forefathers of “post-punk” (one of my least

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Back To Beale Street

If Bobble Tiki knows one thing, it’s how to get on his boss’s good side. Bobble Tiki has spent years refining the art of sucking up, and at this point Bobble Tiki considers himself a bona fide expert. Within the bowels of the Weekly Volcano World Headquarters, there’s not another

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Moozeeke Ultraminifest

This year Mocha Moo has featured 42 local artists on its music stage and hundreds at its weekly open mic night. As a way of thanking these artists for sharing their talent, and as a way of supporting local children during the holidays, Mocha Moo owners Jay and Gwen Inokuchi

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