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Saturday, July 20: Jesus on the Moon

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Saturday, July 20: Jesus on the Moon

Having relocated to the South Sound, Jake Frye, an English teacher, found a bassist in one of his former students, Derek Reed. Suddenly, the prospect of sharing Jesus on the Moon became a reality. The two of them, along with a drum machine, began showing Jesus on the Moon to

Friday, July 19: Death By Stars

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Friday, July 19: Death By Stars

Death By Stars is a band I've come to love, as have many other Puget Sounders. Is it their funk pop, all jams and synth and boom-chika-boom?  Is it Cherry Danger, Patrick Galactic and Juan El Revelator's hypnotic voices, rolling around the bass lines and guitar licks, harmonizing into your very

Thursday, July 18: The Hard Way

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Thursday, July 18: The Hard Way

Capital Lakefair pitches its tent today along Capitol Lake in Olympia, with all its debauchery, carnies, high school folks you'd rather not see, Demo Burgers, janky rides, over-priced games and the saving grace of it all - tons of music! It was hard to decide what band to

Eliminating barriers for those who have served

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Eliminating barriers for those who have served

If you've fought for our country, then you shouldn't have to fight discrimination. That's the argument first-year U.S. Rep Derek Kilmer is making in congress. Spurred by stories of soldiers being denied housing or refused jobs because of their military background, Kilmer, a democrat from Gig Harbor, introduced a bill last week

Airmen on the ground

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Airmen on the ground

Airman 1st Class Joseph Pennington began to irritate me. "Come on, Pennington!" Master Sgt. Eddie Ramos yelled.  "Get a move on.  Get your gear and get into formation!" While the young airman assigned to the 5th Air Support Operations Squadron frantically searched the back of a Humvee, the rest of us were

Outdoor Addict: 5 summer adventures in Western Washington

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Outdoor Addict: 5 summer adventures in Western Washington

You know that friend? The one who comes over for a party but doesn't have a clue it's long past time to leave? Having had too much to drink, they rant about some mean ex and keep raiding the fridge. No. End. In. Sight. Well this week I'm on pins

JBLM Spouse magazine: July 19, 2013

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JBLM Spouse magazine: July 19, 2013

Spouse magazine is a free, weekly, online magazine that addresses the unique needs and interests of military spouses at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Spouse speaks to our reader's values and focuses on

Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

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Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

You remember First Blood, the original 1982 Rambo movie. John Rambo drifts around the States without a single friend, and when the harassment finally triggers his PTSD, he goes on a rampage. Finally he gets a single scrap of cold comfort from his former commanding officer - who offers to

Keeping it green on JBLM

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Keeping it green on JBLM

Olympic Printer Resources Inc., has taken its environmental passion and mission one big step further. The veteran-owned, Kitsap County-based organization has forged a key partnership with LeMay Pierce County Refuse, which is contracted with Joint Base Lewis-McChord for garbage and recycling services, to collect empty printer, fax and copier cartridges

Thursday, Aug. 1: Freaks Night Out

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Thursday, Aug. 1: Freaks Night Out

Freaks Night Out open mic, hosted by Dojas Pedrotti the first and third Thursday of the month at Vinum, invites poets, rappers, comedians, storytellers and raving lunatics to let their freak flags fly. The open mic begs participants to "SAY IT," whether their causes be personal or communal: sexuality, war,

Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Pacific Nothwest Mushroom Festival

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Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Pacific Nothwest Mushroom Festival

If you've ever been to a mushroom festival - particularly the Pacific Northwest Mushroom Festival, which this year runs July 27 and 28 - you already know that mycologists ('shroom experts) are in a league of their own. Mushroom festivals are the strangest, funniest and, not so incidentally, most educational

Saturday, July 27: Tacoma Aroma 7's Tournament

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Saturday, July 27: Tacoma Aroma 7's Tournament

How many folks out there knew Tacoma hosts one of the biggest and best rugby 7's tournament in the entire region? OK, how many people even know what rugby 7's is? A primer may be in order. Rugby 7's is an exciting variation on the traditional game, played on smaller

Mondays: Rafael Tranquilino rockin' blues jam

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Mondays: Rafael Tranquilino rockin' blues jam

In the same way that sharks must keep swimming to keep breathing, it seems guitarist Rafael Tranquilino must fuse genres across various musical projects in order to stay afloat. His arrangements incorporate blues, funk, rock, funk, ska, metal, reggae, Latin and jazz-fusion. As accomplished as he is varied, Tranquilino can

First & Third Thursday: Freaks Night Out (closed)

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First & Third Thursday: Freaks Night Out (closed)

Freaks Night Out open mic, hosted by Dojas Pedrotti the first and third Thursday of the month at Vinum, invites poets, rappers, comedians, storytellers and raving lunatics to let their freak flags fly. The open mic begs participants to "SAY IT," whether their causes be personal or

Saturday, July 27: 7 Seas Four-Year Anniversary Bash

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Saturday, July 27: 7 Seas Four-Year Anniversary Bash

7 Seas Brewing isn't just the maker of delicious craft beer. It isn't just at the forefront of the "beer in a can is cool again" movement. It's a local business doing things the right way and an entity that knows how to party - as will be proven when

Tuesday, July 30: "Cookies For Grown-Ups"

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Tuesday, July 30: "Cookies For Grown-Ups"

We love cookies, and we love alcohol. At King's Books Tuesday, author Kelly Cooper will explain how to combine the two into an awesome evening. Cooper, author of Cookies for Grown-Ups, will discuss her 90 recipes - OK, maybe only a select few - as well as how to incorporate

Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Ethnic Fest

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Saturday, July 27-Sunday, July 28: Ethnic Fest

You don't need to attend the annual Ethnic Fest to see Tacoma is a melting pot, but it certainly doesn't hurt to help you appreciate it. That's the power of more than a dozen food booths representing a multitude of delicious tastes from cultures around the world, not to mention

Mondays: Rockin' Blues Jam

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Mondays: Rockin' Blues Jam

In the same way that sharks must keep swimming to keep breathing, it seems guitarist Rafael Tranquilino must fuse genres across various musical projects in order to stay afloat. His arrangements incorporate blues, funk, rock, funk, ska, metal, reggae, Latin and jazz-fusion. As accomplished as he is varied,

Association of the United States Army at JBLM

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Association of the United States Army at JBLM

The Army has a sizeable force standing behind it - in the name of civilians, business owners, retirees and even soldiers who make up the ranks of the Association of the United States Army. Since 1950, AUSA, a private, not-for-profit organization, has worked to be the voice of the Army. With

Visual Edge: Prickly prints

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Visual Edge: Prickly prints

Artist Susan Christian has opened her downtown Olympia studio space for exhibitions and events. She calls the space Salon Refu after the famous Salon de Refusés that made the French Impressionists famous. The latest show in the space is an exhibition of prints by Haley Bea. I never before heard of

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