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Pierce County Sheriff’s Chaplain serves law enforcement, veterans

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Pierce County Sheriff’s Chaplain serves law enforcement, veterans

The Pierce County Sheriff's Chaplain is much more than a spiritual person ministering to the sheriff's deputies who work in the communities around Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Rick Bulman, a former combat Marine who served in Vietnam, now serves the residents of Pierce County in a variety of capacities. He is

Veteran program gets boost from Heroes Raffle

Veterans

Veteran program gets boost from Heroes Raffle

Washington's Lottery announced its first gift of $150,000 to the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs from sales amassed by the inaugural Hometown Heroes Raffle during a ceremony Jan. 17 in Olympia. Last September, Washington's Lottery and the WDVA partnered to launch the first annual Hometown Heroes Raffle supporting veterans across

The Art of Chocolate walk in Gig Harbor

Food Matters

The Art of Chocolate walk in Gig Harbor

Those who have already caved and thrown out their New Year's resolution to abstain from sweets, prepare to get giddy. Gig Harbor, the quaint gateway city of the Olympic Peninsula, hosts the third annual Art of Chocolate, Saturday, Feb. 4. As in years past, The Art of Chocolate festivities will not

Thursday, Feb. 2: Sister Cities International Film Festival

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Thursday, Feb. 2: Sister Cities International Film Festival

The 10th anniversary of the Sister Cities International Film Festival opens Thursday with two-and-a-half months of films at Tacoma's Blue Mouse Theatre, a new film each Thursday through April 12 from one of Tacoma's many official sister cities. This week, check out 200 Pound Beauty from Gunsan, South Korea - a

WHAT'S THE WORD?: Wearing the crown

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WHAT'S THE WORD?: Wearing the crown

So who has the crown right now for Tacoma hip-hop? Many would say Leezy Soprano is running the show. He had a breakout year last year and this year he's keeping his buzz big with the release of his newest project, United We Ball, available for download here. The first

Military Caregivers to Gain More Support

Military Resources

Military Caregivers to Gain More Support

Caregivers of wounded warriors often make great sacrifices to be at their loved one's side. They quit their jobs, sell their homes and leave family members and friends behind, often for years at a time. Yesterday, First Lady Michelle Obama and other senior leaders gathered to honor the

STRONG BONDS: Spouses need a break too

Military Life

STRONG BONDS: Spouses need a break too

REDMOND, Wash. - The sound of laughter filled the air as many facial expressions changed from interested and intrigued to surprised and amused. The faint sound of children playing could be heard in the background providing for a look of relief on their parent's faces.

Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce spends day exploring JBLM

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Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce spends day exploring JBLM

JOINT BASE LEWIS-McCHORD, Wash. - The M249 Squad Automatic Weapon came to life as Karissa Thompson shot targets in the Engagement Skills Trainer 2000. This was not another day of training for the soldiers on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, but an opportunity for members of the Puyallup

FEEDBAG: Wine and chocolate tasting, beer tasting, cocktail class and more ...

Food Matters

FEEDBAG: Wine and chocolate tasting, beer tasting, cocktail class and more ...

CROSS THE BRIDGE El Gaucho (2119 Pacific Ave., Tacoma) will remove the price of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge with two-entree meals, if you paid a toll. SUPER BOWL At A TAVERN The Milton Tavern (7320 Pacific Hwy. E., Milton) will serve happy hour specials, Long Dog Pizza deals and drink and beer specials

Tacoma's Cloverleaf serves the best pizza

Features

Tacoma's Cloverleaf serves the best pizza

THING: Best pizza ever Historically: Speaking Place: The Cloverleaf World Famous Pizza Most popular pizza: Monster Number of Monster pizzas sold: 9,398 Total number of pizzas sold: 74,679 Every crust: Handmade fresh daily   Only one thing could keep me away from The Cloverleaf prior to 2004, and that was the smoke. I couldn't afford awesome pizza and

3 DRINK MINIMUM: The Keg

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3 DRINK MINIMUM: The Keg

There comes a time in a parent's life when they realize other kids' birthday parties have an escape route. You buy the gift; you wrap the gift; you show up at the party; and then you escape. The route one must escape through? Libations. Find the nearest bar and run to

CRITICS' PICKS: Trasholes, Zodiac Death Valley, Tacoma All Ages Project Benefit, Death By Stars

Music

CRITICS' PICKS: Trasholes, Zodiac Death Valley, Tacoma All Ages Project Benefit, Death By Stars

TRASHOLES >>> Thursday, Feb. 2 & Saturday, Feb. 4 I've tried to make it a point, when writing about local music, to avoid talking about the ages of the members of the bands I highlight. But I must impress upon you how young the members that make up Gig Harbor garage two-piece

Super Bowl XLVI plan for success

Cup Check

Super Bowl XLVI plan for success

    There's not a country on the map at this point where the Super Bowl isn't a big deal. OK, maybe Moldova. I have no idea what goes on in Moldova. But everywhere else this Sunday's big game, pitting the Tom Brady-led, Bill Belichick-coached New England Patriots against the Eli Manning-led, Tom Coughlin-coached

Review: "The Seafarer"

Stage

Review: "The Seafarer"

We often speak of a movie or play as a "rollercoaster ride," but it's easy to forget that even the best rides begin with a slow, clanky climb up a hill. In the latter Harry Potter novels, Jo Rowling seemed to relish torturing readers with hundreds of actionless pages, the

Through Feb. 18: "The Seafarer"

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Through Feb. 18: "The Seafarer"

We often speak of a movie or play as a "rollercoaster ride," but it's easy to forget that even the best rides begin with a slow, clanky climb up a hill. In the latter Harry Potter novels, Jo Rowling seemed to relish torturing readers with hundreds of

Thursday, Feb. 2 & Saturday, Feb. 4: The Trasholes

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Thursday, Feb. 2 & Saturday, Feb. 4: The Trasholes

I've tried to make it a point, when writing about local music, to avoid talking about the ages of the members of the bands I highlight. But I must impress upon you how young the members that make up Gig Harbor garage two-piece Trasholes are, if only

Friday, Feb. 3: Zodiac Death Valley

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Friday, Feb. 3: Zodiac Death Valley

The music of San Francisco's Zodiac Death Valley straddles the line between psych-rock, pulsing new wave, freak-folk, and the sun-beaten pop of Dire Straits. It's an infectious combination, aided largely by impeccable songwriting. The band's music is nothing if not filled with memorable hooks and substantial

Friday, Feb. 3: Tacoma All Ages Project benefit

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Friday, Feb. 3: Tacoma All Ages Project benefit

Capping off another workweek in Fife, a benefit show for the Tacoma All Ages Project will go down Friday night, bringing Marissa Olson, Four Minute Mile, Undefined, Calen Tacket and the BreakLites to the stage for the sole purpose of throwing down for our area's under-21 music

Saturday, Feb. 4: Death By Stars

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Saturday, Feb. 4: Death By Stars

The string of words that make up the name Death by Stars sounds at once full of portent and utterly frivolous. This dichotomy seems to seep into and help define the band's music as well. Combining the biggest, most direct qualities of punk, electronica and psych-rock, Death

Sunday, Feb. 5: Super Bowl at the Liberty Theater

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Sunday, Feb. 5: Super Bowl at the Liberty Theater

Everyone wants to watch the Super Bowl on a big-ass screen. It's just part of being human. And few screens are bigger than the one offered by the Liberty Theater in Puyallup. Perhaps it's only natural, then, that the Liberty is planning a massive Super Bowl party, offering viewing of

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