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Tickets On-Sale Alert: Toby Keith, Watershad Festival, Paul Rodgers, Steve Winwood, Brand New, Lana Del Rey, David Sanborn Trio and others ...

Concert Alert

Tickets On-Sale Alert: Toby Keith, Watershad Festival, Paul Rodgers, Steve Winwood, Brand New, Lana Del Rey, David Sanborn Trio and others ...

We list major concerts going on sale this weekend, as well as national touring acts performing in the Puget Sound

Michael ONeill dashes past world weary

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Michael ONeill dashes past world weary

There's a real commitment every time, as an artist, you need to go out and perform, whether it be in Europe or whether it be in the United States," says Michael ONeill from a park bench in Malibu. "It's 36 hours to Austin, 36 hours to Nashville, and it's a

Metastasis of Bone Cave Ballet

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Metastasis of Bone Cave Ballet

Growing up, I was always exposed to classic rock. Listening to 97.3 KBSG, in particular, was my jam. As a child, you just sort of naturally assume that your parents like the same thing. I later found out, though, that oldies radio was a compromise for my parents - my

Music Critics' Picks: Deadkill, Christian Mistress, DJ Qualifi, State to State

Critics' Picks

Music Critics' Picks: Deadkill, Christian Mistress, DJ Qualifi, State to State

[PUNK] + SAT, MARCH 15 If the band name doesn't tip it off enough to you, I don't know what to say. They're called Deadkill. What do you think they play? Chillwave? (On a side note, I would love it if there was an explosion of dream-pop acts with misleadingly aggressive

Rhythm and Rye opens in Olympia

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Rhythm and Rye opens in Olympia

Andy Geertsen has spent the last 13 years in Olympia doing what he loves - booking shows and bringing music to the masses. A bartender by trade, this former trumpet player has an ear for great bands and a dedication to the music scene that has earned him an awesome

Progressive dinners in three walkable Tacoma neighborhoods

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Progressive dinners in three walkable Tacoma neighborhoods

That glowing orb hanging in the sky and those fragrant, blossoming trees around town can only mean one thing: the spring season is right around the corner. Aside from the transition of hot to iced coffee concoctions, peeling off that winter coat for a light jacket and gratuitous cleaning traditions,

Monday, March 17: State to State

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Monday, March 17: State to State

When you start out, as an artist, it's far from uncommon to imitate your heroes. The Rolling Stones wanted to be old blues musicians, scores of angry comedians in the '90s strived to capture Bill Hicks' magic, and Paul Thomas Anderson's early films had the lifeblood of Martin Scorsese surging

Saturdays: DJ Qualifi's International Reggae Night

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Saturdays: DJ Qualifi's International Reggae Night

DJ Qualifi's International Reggae Night at Champions Sports Bar has been crackin' for some time, drawing crowds from Seattle to Olympia and even further out. The St. Dominica-native prides himself on delivering the sounds of the Caribbean, South/Central America and Africa in a weekly Saturday night excursion that is more an

Saturday, March 15: Deadkill

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Saturday, March 15: Deadkill

If the band name doesn't tip it off enough to you, I don't know what to say. They're called Deadkill. What do you think they play? Chillwave? (On a side note, I would love it if there was an explosion of dream-pop acts with misleadingly aggressive names. "Have you heard

Saturday, March 15: Bone Cave Ballet

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Saturday, March 15: Bone Cave Ballet

Experimentation for experimentation's sake can be a fun tunnel to explore, but the ability to rein oneself in is a valuable one to have. Following every whim is too easy, which is why I'll always give enormous amounts of credit to people that can write a solid three-minute pop song.

Escaping Death's Sting - A Combat Marine's Life Story

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Escaping Death's Sting - A Combat Marine's Life Story

"There are no atheists in foxholes," said President Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the Allied Forces that invaded Normandy. No one is granted a clearer view of the Higher Power than a servicemember who is minutes from death. In the U.S. justice system, for example, the "dying declaration" law allows

Military Spouse Experience Workshop

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Military Spouse Experience Workshop

Spouses rejoice. The Spouse Experience Workshop, put on by SpouseBuzz at Military.com and sponsored by USAA and MilitaryByOwner, is coming to Joint Base Lewis-McChord Thursday, March 27.   The workshop, which is entirely free, is open to all military spouses, regardless of branch, rank or gender. Check-in will begin at 9

Urban Spelunker: Federal Way

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Urban Spelunker: Federal Way

Introducing the southern regions of the "South" Sound to King County is Federal Way. What can be said about Federal Way? It's a cornucopia that overfloweths with apartment complexes and housing developments, strip malls and corporate retail and dining establishments. Centered between Tacoma and Seattle, Federal Way is the epitome

Operation Purple Camp for military kids

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Operation Purple Camp for military kids

One could say that Operation Purple Camp has many elements of a great and memorable summer camp experience: fresh air and sunshine; exploring nature; meeting new people and making new friends; trying new things; enjoying a wide variety of special activities; and having lots of fun. While all of these things

Theater Review: "Chapter Two," audience one, at Tacoma Little Theatre

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Theater Review: "Chapter Two," audience one, at Tacoma Little Theatre

The year, I think, was 1991. I was a junior in college, and I'd paid my acting dues. Now at long last, it was time for my first main-stage lead. My actual brother Richard and I were cast as the "Schneider brothers," Leo and George respectively, in Neil Simon's 1977

Joint Base Lewis-McChord bids farewell to 4-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team

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Joint Base Lewis-McChord bids farewell to 4-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team

On a day of farewells and goodbyes, Col. Jody Miller added the thank you and a job well done to the soldiers of his brigade. During an hour inactivation ceremony, the 4-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team was recognized for eight years of stellar service this morning. In the Army's downsizing from

Visual Edge: Current Work at the Brick House Gallery in Tacoma

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Visual Edge: Current Work at the Brick House Gallery in Tacoma

The current show at Brick House Gallery is an eclectic selection of current work (all done since 2013) by more than 20 artists including many old friends who have shown often at this and other Tacoma galleries. My overall impression was that there are three or four excellent works and

Wednesday, March 26: Glacier Talk and Art

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Wednesday, March 26: Glacier Talk and Art

If you'd like to start April off worrying about something, you could do worse than attend painter Anna McKee's discussion about her travels with climate scientists to glaciers in the Pacific Northwest and Antarctica. We imagine it will be equal parts a profile of beautiful artwork; gorgeous scenes of exotic

Wednesday, March 26, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014: South Puget Sound Live Music, Comedy and DJs Calendar

ACOUSTIC/FOLK/CELTIC Ted Brown Music Company Tacoma - South. Uke 'An Jam. All Ages. 6:30-8 pm. NC. BLUES Midtown Grill Bonney Lake. Wednesday Night Blues Jam. All Ages. 7-11 pm. COMEDY/GAMES Cascade Community Center JBLM-Lewis Main. Bar Bingo in Heroes Lounge. No cash prizes. 7 pm. Pints & Quarts Pub Westside

Tuesday, March 25: 10 Great Lighthouses of Washington state

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Tuesday, March 25: 10 Great Lighthouses of Washington state

It's nice existing so close to Mama Nature, but living in the city - surrounded by concrete, neon, strip malls and bikini espresso shacks - it's still easy to be oblivious to the natural world. If you're looking for a little salt, breeze and fresh air action, David Kaynor's tour

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