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Why "The Rainmaker" succeeds where others struggle

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Why "The Rainmaker" succeeds where others struggle

I hope Lakewood Playhouse Artistic Director John Munn won't mind me telling you this, but a week before his company's production of The Rainmaker opened, we had an earnest conversation about "dated" play scripts. John lamented the fact that critics are often dismissive of 20th-century scripts audiences know and love.

Website links employers with transitioning Soldiers

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Website links employers with transitioning Soldiers

Transitioning Soldiers, veterans and family members now have a place to post their resumes and look for jobs. At the same place, employers can search for new workers and post their own announcements. The site, HERO 2 HIRED, was created in November 2011 by the Office of

New works by Peter Sheesley at Fulcrum Gallery

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New works by Peter Sheesley at Fulcrum Gallery

Peter Sheesley is a talented and prolific painter. His previous show at Fulcrum, paintings from photos taken in Chicago's Museum of Science & Industry, was excellent. But his latest show fails on many levels. The show is called ¿What is Truth? And it consists of 10 paintings, each depicting a naked

Thursday, April 25: New Faces, New Voices: The Role of Youth in Educational Justice

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Thursday, April 25: New Faces, New Voices: The Role of Youth in Educational Justice

American Voices: Invisibility, Art, and Educational Justice is a three-part series presented by Puget Sound University's Race and Pedagogy department. The series features educators, scholars, artists, and activists whose work stimulates critical intellectual engagement about issues of racial justice and educational reform. Thursday, April 25, the series culminates

Brittany Kingery releases new trop rock CD, "Edge of the Ocean"

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Brittany Kingery releases new trop rock CD, "Edge of the Ocean"

Brittany Kingery and her music have both found a home on the beach, and the tide is coming in to Olympia, just in time to kick off the Cinco de Mayo weekend.   The Grays Harbor-born singer's concert in Olympia Friday, May 3 will be her first U.S. performance since the

Ted Brown Music Outreach throws a fundraiser concert

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Ted Brown Music Outreach throws a fundraiser concert

"The fact that children can make beautiful music is less significant than the fact that music can make beautiful children." - Cherly Lavender, composer Ted Brown Music Outreach (TBMO) was introduced in 2007 by Ted Brown Music store in Tacoma, with the mission to provide children throughout the South Sound access

Cinco-centric

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Cinco-centric

I'm going to just go ahead and say it. Some holidays serve the sole purpose of giving folks an opportunity to let their hair down and whoop it up. One such holiday is Cinco de Mayo, for those who didn't pay attention in Spanish class that is the 5th of

The Rockford Files: Top 5 annoying habits at all-ages shows

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The Rockford Files: Top 5 annoying habits at all-ages shows

OK, South Sound. I've noticed five annoying trends while attending all-ages shows. I feel the need to discuss them now on the eve of The Redroom's final show. Standing at the front but not dancing In case you hadn't noticed, we like to dance in Tacoma. Cases of young music fans in

JBLM golf course doubles as wildlife sanctuary

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JBLM golf course doubles as wildlife sanctuary

Many people are familiar with Eagles Pride Golf Course outside Joint Base Lewis-McChord. But the 27-hole course makes up just a part of the 431-acre property. The course is also surrounded by 227 acres of native woodland forest just waiting to be explored. David Wienecke, golf course

JBLM’s history includes amusement park

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JBLM’s history includes amusement park

In 1917 when 91st Division commander, Maj. Gen. Henry A. Greene, sought to put young Camp Lewis recruits on a straight and narrow path, Progressive Era political reform and social activism emerged in the form of an amusement park just outside the camp's main gate. The vision

Poets, fans gather for first Poetry Karaoke at McChord

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Poets, fans gather for first Poetry Karaoke at McChord

Regardless of length, rhyme scheme, setting or plot, poetry is considered a classic form of expressing one's emotions. A small group of Soldiers, parents and children attended Joint Base Lewis-McChord's first Poetry Karaoke event April 18 at the McChord Library. To recognize National Poetry Month in April the McChord

Young hunters work on state certification during weeklong JBLM course

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Young hunters work on state certification during weeklong JBLM course

While the Constitution upholds the right to bear arms, hunting is a privilege that must be earned and maintained. To start, prospective hunters in the state of Washington born after Jan. 1, 1972, must take the required training course through the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Every

Howard O. Scott Award Winner: Staff Sgt. Stephen Ryan

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Howard O. Scott Award Winner: Staff Sgt. Stephen Ryan

Howard O. Scott nominee Staff Sgt. Stephen Ryan, 951st Maintenance Company, was named this area's Citizen-Soldier of the Year. "This award represents an outward demonstration of a love for others in need,  a willingness to sacrifice one's self, serve mankind, and faith in God's undying love." Receiving praise is the last thing

Thursday, May 2: Los Folkloristas

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Thursday, May 2: Los Folkloristas

Los Folkloristas - the seven-piece Latin American band that perform songs from Jalisco, Veracruz, the Yucatan, and other regions of Mexico on more than 100 instruments (but we don't think simultaneously) - will draw from their 30 albums and colorful outfits Thursday night in downtown Olympia. The group of seven

Friday, May 3: TEDx Tacoma

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Friday, May 3: TEDx Tacoma

Who you want to idolize? Celebs? Reese Witherspoon? Tiger Woods? Barry Bonds? James Bond? As if. That British charmer has replaced the winks with a nasty slab of tightly wound violence. So we try to spin it back around, seek out real life superheroes. People who are visionaries. People who

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Wednesday, May 8, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Wednesday, May 8, 2013

BLUES The Royal Lounge Olympia - Downtown. Alice Stuart, with Dan Tyack. 7:30 pm. Charlie's Sports Bar and Grill Olympia - Downtown. Blues Jam with Blues Attitude. 9 pm. NC. Dawson's Bar and Grill Tacoma - South. Crazy Texas Gypsies Open Jam. 8 pm. Midtown Grill Bonney

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Tuesday, May 7, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Tuesday, May 7, 2013

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Stonegate Pizza Tacoma - South. Acoustic open mic hosted by Leanne Trevalyan. 8 pm. NC. Olympic Club Hotel and Theater Centralia. Kendl Winter. All Ages. 7 pm. NC. Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Oly Songwriter Circle. All Ages. 7 pm. NC. Tugboat

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Monday, May 6, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Monday, May 6, 2013

BLUES Uncle Sam's American Bar & Grill Spanaway. Blues Monday. With Billy Pease, Paul Buck and Chris Gartland. 7 pm. NC. Stonegate Pizza Tacoma - South. Rafael Tranquilino rockin' blues jam. 8 pm. NC. COMEDY/GAMES Willoughby's Restaurant and Lounge Yelm. Bar Bingo. 7 pm. NC. Grit City Comedy

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Sunday, May 5, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Sunday, May 5, 2013

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Charlie's Restaurant Puyallup. Acoustic Jam Night. Open mic format with Pam Carter from Classic Case as the host. 6-9 pm. NC. Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Peter Mayer. All Ages. 7 pm. $10-$15. BLUES 2 Mile House Olympia - Westside. Blues Bentley Band Sunday

South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Saturday, May 4, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Saturday, May 4, 2013

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Matrix Coffee House Lewis County. Broken Tapestry, Light The Fire. All Ages. 7 pm. $6. Olympia Farmers Market Olympia - Downtown. Climate Change. All Ages. 11 am. NC. Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Jim Page. All Ages. 8 pm. $10-$15. Pantages Theater

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