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Wednesday, March 20: Golden Grrrls

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Wednesday, March 20: Golden Grrrls

Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland and recently wrapping up a UK tour, the Golden Grrrls trio will play its air-tight set of indie pop punk laced with impeccable harmony March 20 at Le Voyeur in Olympia. (Check out why Le Voyeur is the perfect venue for the Golden Grrrls

Wednesday, March 20: Deathfix

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Wednesday, March 20: Deathfix

Deathfix is a supergroup. Although people haven't been batting around that term with Deathfix, it is wildly appropriate. The group consists of Brendan Canty (Fugazi), Rich Morel (producer of everything from Depeche Mode to the Killers), Devin Ocampos (Faraquet, Medications) and Mark Cisneros (Medications, Chain & The Gang). Despite the

Thursday, March 21: Evening of Keys IX

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Thursday, March 21: Evening of Keys IX

Maurice the Fish Records presents an Evening of Keys IX, highlighting six great artists - including Brooke Lizotte, keyboardist for Dreamwreck and Dan Reed Network. Lizotte is also known for his work with Alicia Keys, Amy Winehouse and Jennifer Hudson. Other projects include executing piano, keys, and orchestration in the

Where military can save on St Paddys

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Where military can save on St Paddys

It's that time of year again as green beer flows into pints for the many that celebrate St. Patrick's Day Sunday. But where to go to enjoy a good drink, some delicious food and maybe a bit of Celtic music? There are plenty (see Page A16) of pubs and taverns

Vet ink: Military-inspired Tattoos

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Vet ink: Military-inspired Tattoos

VANCOUVER, Wash. - Jeremy Hubbard's best friend and two cousins literally have his back. Their names and faces are tattooed there, along with the dates they were killed in action. Friends call Hubbard modest and unpretentious. As a veteran, he understands the sacrifices that accompany a military

St. Patrick's Day Command Center

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St. Patrick's Day Command Center

Pat was born in 387 A.D. in Britain as Maewyn Succat.  At 16 he was kidnapped and sold into slavery in Ireland.  He escaped six years later and studied in Tours, France, to become a priest.  In 431 A.D. Pope Celestine I named him Patricius and sent him back to

Spouse volunteers at equine facility

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Spouse volunteers at equine facility

Many words could be used to describe Army spouse Kelli McMorris. Patriotic, caring, funny, kind and humble are words that first come to mind. Those who know her also know her love for her hobbies, namely tending to her lavish garden and her passion for animals. It is of no

JBLM spouse group trains for marathon

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JBLM spouse group trains for marathon

Ask 10 runners why they run, and odds are you will get 10 different responses. Some run solely to keep fit; others run because the military makes them. But every now and again, someone runs for the fun of it. These individuals typically will list running as their hobby and have numerous

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Tillicum woman’s recollections of Life on the Homefront during WW II

Have you ever served your family a "Can Can" dinner? Hint: It's definitely not some gourmet French concoction. "Can Can" dinners were a staple meal item during World War II, and one Tillicum resident, Virginia Maas, who often served meals created from some strange ingredients, included that recollection in her novel "One

Military spouse leads local organization in providing Easter baskets for families in need

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Military spouse leads local organization in providing Easter baskets for families in need

Teresa Meyers is a self-described doer. "I just love doing," Meyers explained. "I love helping people." So when Meyers, a military spouse and mom, noticed one spring a few years ago that some of the kids in her beloved military community were not receiving holiday Easter baskets, she took pause. "I noticed that

Air Force cuts aviation support for public events

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Air Force cuts aviation support for public events

As the Air Force braces for sequester, leadership has cancelled all aviation support to public events for at least the remainder of the fiscal year and is standing down the Thunderbirds aerial demonstration team to save flying hours to support readiness needs. Effective March 1, active-duty, Reserve and Guard units will

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Take the time, effort to make a memory

Imagine the year is 2048, sitting around the back porch with your family and friends talking about the "good ole days" back when you were an Airman. What will your Air Force story be? What will you remember about your time in our Air Force when you are 60? Will

446th AW recognizes McChord Reservists’ Excellence

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446th AW recognizes McChord Reservists’ Excellence

The 446th Airlift Wing Annual Awards Banquet was held at the McChord Consolidated Clubs here March 2. More than 300 guests attended and the finale of the night was the announcement of the wing's annual award winners. Stand-out awardees were Tacoma's Lt. Col. Pete Buehn, 446th Operations Group pilot, who won the

Mother Nature’s icy adventure

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Mother Nature’s icy adventure

For many of us, our only exposure to Antarctica is watching animated penguins frolicking merrily on the ice on the big screen in the movie theater. The real Antarctica is far from a cheery Disney flick. It's a real-life adventure of dramatic natural elements and one of the most dynamic and

Wooden Lip Service: Lund Bros., Cody Foster, SweetKiss Momma

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Wooden Lip Service: Lund Bros., Cody Foster, SweetKiss Momma

Aloha, No day is more linked to a color than St. Patrick's Day is with green. Green shamrocks, green beer, green urine, green vomit, you name it. Bobble Tiki's not sure if St. Patrick was green, but he was an Irish saint credited with driving snakes off the Emerald Isle, most

Survival Knife: "Traces of Me" / "Name That Tune"

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Survival Knife: "Traces of Me" / "Name That Tune"

Releasing a single is tricky business. The very idea that one song as a statement should be placed in a hierarchy above another is a dicey gamble. Rock history is filled with stories of DJs flipping the single to discover an even better cut. From "Chantilly Lace" to "Groove is

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Thursday, March 21, 2013

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Spar Cafe Olympia - Downtown. James Coates. 8 pm. NC. Cascadia Grill Olympia - Downtown. Jeremy Serwer. All Ages. 6-9 pm. NC. Louie G's Pizzeria Fife. Evening of Keys IX featuring Raymond Hayden, Anthony Ciarochi, Mark Bittler, Doug Skoog, Brooke Lizotte. All Ages. 8 pm. BLUES Dawson's

RVIVR: "The Beauty Between"

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RVIVR: "The Beauty Between"

Since its arrival in Olympia, RVIVR has been the most solid performing, pop-punk band the area has seen in a decade. With a fanbase that is equally large throughout the country and Europe, RVIVR has captured the ears of a generation of listeners who have become musically tuned in post

Thursday, March 21: Tacoma Art Mingle

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Thursday, March 21: Tacoma Art Mingle

So there you are in your studio, stuck in a hopeless mire of artistic schizophrenia. Traditional painting is more respectable. Computer-generated art is edgier. Ceramics break, but have a certain charm. Woodcarving? Watercolor? Your studio is empty; your head is scattered. You need ideas. You need to hit Thursday's Tacoma Art Mingle.

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Friday, March 22, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Friday, March 22, 2013

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Hilary Field, Gwen Franz, Rio Con Brio. All Ages. 8 pm. $10-$15. BLUES Vinum Coffee and Wine Lounge Tacoma - Downtown. Friday Night Blues, with T-Town Swing. All Ages. 8:30 pm. Jazzbones Tacoma - Sixth Avenue. Tommy Castro &

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