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Tickets On-Sale Alert: The Eagles, Jennifer Nettles, Riff Raff, Childish Gambino, Wade Brown, Black Flag, Flight To Mars and others ...

Concert Alert

Tickets On-Sale Alert: The Eagles, Jennifer Nettles, Riff Raff, Childish Gambino, Wade Brown, Black Flag, Flight To Mars and others ...

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

The 7 Best Pacific Northwest Concerts of Spring 2014

Music

The 7 Best Pacific Northwest Concerts of Spring 2014

With South By Southwest safely in the rearview, the country is officially in full-on concert mode. Bands are continuing their tours out of Austin, making their way up the west coast, and eventually landing in our neck of the woods. Adding to the music overload is the recent announcement that

Rock 'n' Roll Clinics at Ted Brown Music

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Rock 'n' Roll Clinics at Ted Brown Music

Jerry Miller, one of the founding members of Moby Grape and number 68 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time, will be at Ted Brown Music in Tacoma on Friday, April 11, to share music, advice and anecdotes. "Moby Grape had a huge influence on their

Psychedelic Purrs

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Psychedelic Purrs

There was a moment in my conversation with Jima, frontman of Seattle band the Purrs, when I expressed how inadequate it is to simply call the Purrs a psychedelic indie rock band. While that might be ultimately accurate, it just doesn't quite do justice to what the band does. Let's

Music Critics' Picks: CZAR, Endino's Earthworm and Nightmare Boyzzz

Critics' Picks

Music Critics' Picks: CZAR, Endino's Earthworm and Nightmare Boyzzz

[NOISE METAL] + SAT, MARCH 29 Recently, a band called Skinny Puppy sued the U.S. government for playing their music at Guantanamo Bay. The price? $666,000. The crime was to use Skinny Puppy's music as a form of torture. We've heard many stories of these practices, over the years, of various

Essential Guide to drinking like a Pierce County resident

Viva South Sound

Essential Guide to drinking like a Pierce County resident

South Sound residents are a pretty easy breed to spot. Our love of the roasted bean is immense, so much so we can turn an average cup of joe order into a triple-grande-sugar-free-mochachino-extra hot with no foam. We've been known to have a penchant for flannels and beanie caps. But

Tacoma chefs go small at Slider Cook-Off 2014

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Tacoma chefs go small at Slider Cook-Off 2014

Our nation is one that has held the motto "bigger is better" for eras upon eras. But as time progresses, the little guys are getting their time in the spotlight. Smaller cell phones, hamster-sized vehicles and mini laptops are all great examples, but our love for the miniature includes culinary

Through April 6: "Man of La Mancha"

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Through April 6: "Man of La Mancha"

Man of La Mancha finds Miguel de Cervantes in a dungeon with other prisoners, defending his life by narrating the story of Don Quixote, the naïve but faithful Sancho Panza, and the scrappy Aldonza. The treatment of Aldonza/Dulcinea in the musical, as opposed to the novel, is

Sunday, March 30: Nightmare Boyzzz

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Sunday, March 30: Nightmare Boyzzz

Huntsville, Alabama, band Nightmare Boyzzz win points for not sounding anything like what their name might suggest. This is a band that is built of brittle sugar, constantly threatened at every turn with crumbling. While the riffs are firmly in the garage rock vein of bands such as the Black

Saturday, March 29: CZAR

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Saturday, March 29: CZAR

Recently, a band called Skinny Puppy sued the U.S. government for playing their music at Guantanamo Bay. The price? $666,000. The crime was to use Skinny Puppy's music as a form of torture. We've heard many stories of these practices, over the years, of various bands (Metallica, Van Halen and

Saturday, March 29: Endino's Earthworm

We Recommend

Saturday, March 29: Endino's Earthworm

It's been nearly a year since Endino's Earthworm played Olympia. I'm stoked they are making a much-needed return. Jack Endino, whose music-producing career includes Nirvana, Zeke, Soundgarden, etc., takes his ear for detail and his soul for sound to his own band, Endino's Earthworm. Blistering? Heavy? Punk/grunge/old-school? Sometimes words are

Saturday, March 29: The Purrs

We Recommend

Saturday, March 29: The Purrs

There was a moment in my conversation with Jima, frontman of Seattle band the Purrs, when I expressed how inadequate it is to simply call the Purrs a psychedelic indie rock band. While that might be ultimately accurate, it just doesn't quite do justice to what the band does. Let's

ed2go continuing education

Jobs & Education

ed2go continuing education

Do you want to learn new skills but don't have the money for a degree? Ed2go may be the answer to your continuing education needs. Ed2go - www.ed2go.com - provides online adult continuing education courses through a network of 2,100 universities, colleges, and other organizations. Partner schools in the South Sound

Saint Martin's University Career and Internship Fair

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Saint Martin's University Career and Internship Fair

"Students and job seekers will have an opportunity to connect with a wide range of employers in early April and prepare for their futures," said Ann Adams, associate dean of students and director of career services at Saint Martin's University. The 2014 Career and Internship Fair will take place from 11

Northwest Edge Cohort program helps with transitioning

Transitioning

Northwest Edge Cohort program helps with transitioning

There are many things attached to transitioning to civilian life; however, one of the most important transitions is finding employment outside of the service. As more servicemembers leave the military, jobs become a key focus and concern. It really boils down to these important questions: What kind of job do I

Urban Spelunker: Lakewood's Steilacoom Boulevard

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Urban Spelunker: Lakewood's Steilacoom Boulevard

The city of Lakewood is the definition of melting pot. And, the pot shines along Steilacoom Boulevard. The street is one of the city's lifelines, connecting Lakewood with the town of Steilacoom, passing by the Oakbrook neighborhood and the popular Fort Steilacoom Park. The Boulevard houses a diverse mix of

United States Army Zombie Apocalypse 5K

Military Life

United States Army Zombie Apocalypse 5K

Speed and survival skills will be the key combination at the first annual Association of the United States Army Zombie Apocalypse 5K that will take place at 10 a.m. May 31 at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood. "We're planning for 500 runners, but since this is a first time event it

Boots To Loafers: Finding Your New True North

Jobs & Education

Boots To Loafers: Finding Your New True North

More than 1.5 million military members will leave active service for civilian life in the next five years. As they do, they will all face one certain challenge - landing a job in the civilian world, which can be foreign to many servicemembers. While some may make the transition seamlessly, others

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University of Washington certificate programs

The prestigious University of Washington has maintained a commitment to academic excellence, forward thinking and innovation since its inception. Serving the community since 1861, it is one of the oldest state-supported schools on the West Coast. During all of these years, the institution has maintained its original mission while greatly

JBLM SPOUSE Magazine: April 2014

Spouse magazine

JBLM SPOUSE Magazine: April 2014

SPOUSE magazine is a free, 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 what's important. We empower her with smart solutions for her core concerns - deployment issues, career

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