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Planet of Giants

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Planet of Giants

The band Planet of Giants and I slide into a booth at the Brotherhood Lounge in Olympia. My interview with the duo goes down as one of the longest and most entertaining sessions I've had in awhile. It lasted a good four beers, included tons of commentary that isn't publishable

The JBLM Passport to Travel Show could be your ticket to adventure

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The JBLM Passport to Travel Show could be your ticket to adventure

Planning a vacation can become a chore, but thanks to Joint Base Lewis-McChord's Leisure Travel Services, the only difficulty will be deciding where to go: Oregon coast? Hawaii? A cruise? Coming March 6, LTS will host its fifth annual Passport to Travel Show at the AFC Arena from

MUSIC CRITICS' PICKS: La Luz, Werebearcat!, Vince Brown and Steve Luceno, Boats

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MUSIC CRITICS' PICKS: La Luz, Werebearcat!, Vince Brown and Steve Luceno, Boats

>>> Friday, March 1 LA LUZ The world is awash with bands that are tagged as heavy reverb. Despite, or maybe because of this trend, there tends to be many derivatives of the genre. Seattle's La Luz avoids the tag. La Luz is the newest project from versatile artist Shanna Cleveland. The

Urban detritus

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Urban detritus

  I was impressed with Marsha Glaziere's paintings at Fulcrum Gallery. There are only seven paintings in the show, but they are large. They fill the space and demand attention. Glaziere's acrylic and mixed-media paintings picture the gritty industrial side of cities with a focus on interweaving networks of highway overpasses and ramps.

2 million pounds to Africa

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2 million pounds to Africa

ISTRES, France (AFNS) - The Air Force reached a major milestone Feb. 12 when the service hit the 2 million pounds of cargo transported mark during airlift operations from Istres, France to Bamako, Mali and other partner nations in support of French military operations in Northern Africa. At the request of

Soldiers conduct joint training with McChord HAZMAT responders

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Soldiers conduct joint training with McChord HAZMAT responders

It's uncomfortably hot inside the protective suit as Sgt. Lukasz Rogowski wiggles his arm free from one of the sleeves to wipe the fog clear from a window panel in the roomy upper-body section of the suit. It's difficult enough with the breather mask and air tank, but it is

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U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West’s Travis Brass tours Pacific Northwest

The U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West's Travis Brass is scheduled to perform free concerts in the Pacific Northwest March 20-24. The Travis Brass is the brass group of the U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West, based at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Below is their schedule of

What's The Word?: Starr of the South Sound

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What's The Word?: Starr of the South Sound

Who are the streets talking about? I have been hearing Starr's name a lot. He is a diverse MC - who is respected on the battle-circuit, but also for making good music. This double - threat has eluded many a hip-hop artist. I know we can all think of dope

Rock with Kuehl: Michael Jackson tribute band

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Rock with Kuehl: Michael Jackson tribute band

Dylan Kuehl's name enter my life via a flyer at my kid's school for a Michael Jackson tribute band. My kid's school isn't the epicenter of cool flyers - not that ballet, theater and soccer aren't cool. A Michael Jackson tribute band sings a little louder. After being drawn into the

Through April 12: "Roadside"

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Through April 12: "Roadside"

I was impressed with Marsha Glaziere's paintings at Fulcrum Gallery. There are only seven paintings in the show, but they are large. They fill the space and demand attention. Glaziere's acrylic and mixed-media paintings picture the gritty industrial side of cities with a focus on interweaving networks of highway overpasses and ramps.

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Myshkin's Ruby Warble

Anyone who pushes the boundaries while successfully creating her own distinctive sound is all right in my book — and the weirder the better. Self-described as dark jazz roots music, Myshkin is one artist who gets a high recommendation from me.  With a moody timbre, the New Orleans native draws

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