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Civil vs savage nature

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Civil vs savage nature

"This community saved my life," Tacoma artist Kellë McLaughlin said as she sipped on a beer at Northern Pacific Coffee Company (NPCC). Her upcoming show, "Bestial Mirrors," at Fulcrum Gallery, is meant to give something back as a tribute to all the people who have supported her as an artist. The pieces

Kleen your Kicks

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Kleen your Kicks

It's a safe bet to say that most of us have at least a pair or two of old running shoes or hiking boots buried in the back of our closets. Maybe they're dirty; maybe they're just really stinky and we don't want to deal with it. So we leave

The Bettie Brigade super awesome hot derby action holiday list for Santa

Recreation

The Bettie Brigade super awesome hot derby action holiday list for Santa

Who's the perfect and totally killer blend of naughty and nice, cranks the holidays way up a notch and have visions of roller skates dancing in their heads? It's the JBLM Bettie Brigade, that's who. This all-female, nonprofit, flat-track roller derby team comprised of women from the local military community don't fool

Christmas tree opportunities on JBLM

Military Resources

Christmas tree opportunities on JBLM

Ah, Christmas. A nip in the air, lights strewn carefully around the perimeter of the house and lots of little doodads indicating that St. Nick is about to make his yearly trek to deposit presents in our living rooms. A fresh-cut, locally grown Christmas tree brings the whole scene together,

JBLM SPOUSE Magazine: December 2014

Spouse magazine

JBLM SPOUSE Magazine: December 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.

Saturday, Nov. 29: The Deleted

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Saturday, Nov. 29: The Deleted

The Deleted are a band that freely say that they're hillbillies, but something tells me there's a healthy amount of sarcasm in that statement. The pop-punk band hails from Port Orchard, and it's true that there's a bit of rowdiness in their music that could recall a messy punk party

Friday, Nov. 28: Hang the Old Year

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Friday, Nov. 28: Hang the Old Year

Over the course of their 30-minute, three-song, self-titled album, Hang the Old Year take you on serpentine, eminently listenable journeys through every musical peccadillo the members possess. The massive sounds of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and King Crimson, in particular, resonate quite loudly in the album. These songs can tend

Friday, Nov. 28: Still Caves

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Friday, Nov. 28: Still Caves

Still Caves, out of Portland, shine with a kind of lo-fi exuberance that could only come from a bunch of friends goofing off and hitting a bunch of different effects pedals just to see what they can make. There's a ragged charm in their noise, which does little to hinder

Through Jan. 15: "Bestial Mirrors"

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Through Jan. 15: "Bestial Mirrors"

Tacoma artist Kellë McLaughlin's "Bestial Mirrors" is meant to give something back as a tribute to all the people who have supported her as an artist. The pieces in the show are animal heads on human bodies, and each is representative of a member of the Tacoma community. Each

Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldiers treated to Thanksgiving dinner

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Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldiers treated to Thanksgiving dinner

Private Morgan Downs arrived at Joint Base Lewis-McChord this past Tuesday afternoon fresh from attending advanced individual training, or AIT. "I haven't been in the Army very long," said the young soldier moments after arriving at Pacific Lutheran University Wednesday night for a Thanksgiving dinner. "It's really nice what is being

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