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Tasty Tacoma

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Tasty Tacoma

This weekend, Boeing Employees Credit Union (BECU) and Emerald Queen Casino present the annual Taste of Tacoma celebration at Point Defiance Park. More than 30 local and regional eateries offer a variety of delectable dishes, along with more than 70 vendors of commercial and handcrafted items. Enjoy live music and

Laughter and surprises

Stage

Laughter and surprises

Theater Artists Olympia's 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche might be one of the most difficult reviews I've ever written, because I don't want to give anything away, and this insanely funny romp is so full of surprises that I can hardly say anything without divulging something you should not know

Squeak and Squawk 2017

Music

Squeak and Squawk 2017

(Full disclosure: This preview of the Squeak and Squawk Music Festival is written by its booker, Rev. Adam McKinney. McKinney didn't start the festival, but took it over, along with Jena Stedtler, in 2012. While this may be a conflict of interest, McKinney makes no money from the festival, and

"The evening and the evening out"

Arts

"The evening and the evening out"

Discovering the work of Serrah Russell, first through Feast Art Center and then through the Internet, was a pleasure for which I am grateful. Russell is a Seattle photographer, video artist and sculptor. As a way of not allowing shock, sadness, anger, fear, or confusion from trapping her in a standstill

Travel

Daytripping by ferry

Whether you are wanting to see the majestic snow-capped Olympic Mountains on a sunny day or spend some time bicycling or driving around on Vashon Island, the Washington State Ferry System offers ways to see and enjoy much of the region’s natural and community beauty. Much of

Zombies on the loose

News Front

Zombies on the loose

Zombies in red shirts surrounded Amy Tiemeyer. "This should be fun," she said to a group of about 35 soldiers who had been made up to look like zombies. The soldiers represented the 56th Multi-functional Medical Battalion (MMB), the 551st Medical Logistics Company (MLC) and the 47th Combat Support Hospital (CSH). "We all

An American hero

News

An American hero

For almost three years, Cpl. Robert L. Rudisill awoke on a mud floor."There were no beds," he said, as he sat at his kitchen table. "We slept in the dirt." Rudisill's walk in 1950 to a dirt bed in a hut in North Korea began in Chattanooga, Tennessee, May 27, 1927. In

Caring for those who hold down the fort

Military Life

Caring for those who hold down the fort

Megan Casper and Alana Le were having coffee one day when the subject turned to military spouses and how they care for pretty much everyone in their lives. The two wondered,  "who takes care of military spouses when they are caring for others?" Normal sources of support, such as family, friends

A gate, trees and generals

Online Newspapers

A gate, trees and generals

Trees are Mother Nature's generals. Despite their differing sizes and shapes, they fight to keep a foothold in the most extreme conditions. Their roots provide a solid base within their environment; their trunks provide strength to not only the tree but to those who use them; their branches hold the leaves that

A weekend at Long Beach (Part 2)

Travel

A weekend at Long Beach (Part 2)

The Long Beach Peninsula has enough activities to fill a week of vacation and allow plenty of time to relax and unwind. The Beach: Stretching for 28 miles, the drive on beach is spectacular in its length. All you can see for miles in either direction is sandy beach and crashing

Desert attack

News Front

Desert attack

Early last Sunday morning at the Yakima Training Center, the day began hot and without a breeze. In the pre-dawn light, soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, moved into position on the north end of the MPRC, or multi-purpose range complex. Strykers with the capabilities

The Evergreen Fleet Cruise sets course

Outdoors

The Evergreen Fleet Cruise sets course

For decades, the Evergreen Fleet Cruise has been an annual tradition hosted by the Tacoma Chamber of Commerce and the Tacoma Yacht Club. With a goal of fostering networking and community links between civilian and military leaders, more than 200 attendees and 18 yachts participated in this year's event, which

Gold Star Kids go east

Military Life

Gold Star Kids go east

There might not be another place on this planet that evokes more pride of country and a wealth of American History than Washington, D.C. A group of military youth received free flights, hotel stays and a five-day tour of Washington, D.C. during a pilot program under USO Northwest 15 to 1:

Free Tacoma museums for military

Attractions

Free Tacoma museums for military

This summer, five downtown Tacoma museums are participating in the Blue Star Museums Program, which offers free admission to active-duty military and their families. All the museums are within walking distance of each other and it makes a great day trip to Tacoma, especially on a rainy summer day.  "Tacoma museums

15 years of glass

Arts

15 years of glass

On Thursday, July 6, Tacoma's own Museum of Glass (MOG) will mark 15 years of creating and promoting glass as an art form in the South Sound. The celebration will feature "cake and beverages during the day," said Jana Marcelia, MOG's director of communications, adding that the museum will be offering

First rate - First Date

Stage

First rate - First Date

Harlequin Productions' First Date is a romantic comedy in the tradition of Tracy and Hepburn, Rock Hudson and Doris Day, Woody Allen and Diane Keaton, updated for the digital age. Updated how? For starters the search engine Google appears in the guise of a woman, and there's a decidedly 21st

Warming to sumi art

Arts

Warming to sumi art

I must confess that I've never been a huge fan of sumi art. But I'm getting there. The more of it I see, the more I like it. There are 21 works of art in the show "Bamboo: The Summer Gentleman," and 19 of them are pictures of bamboo. One exception is

Living Body

Music

Living Body

The regions where you're born and grow up color every aspect of your life, with every nuance of the area resulting in people leading very different lives from each other. It should come as no surprise, then that these regions develop their own unique pockets of musical output. Even restricting

Hot Shop Heroes at JBLM

Arts

Hot Shop Heroes at JBLM

A decade ago, military doctors didn't prescribe yoga, massage therapy, chiropractic work or art therapy to servicemembers in pain, whether it was physical or psychological. Times have changed, though, and military doctors nowadays not only acknowledge the value of nontraditional treatment methods, but prescribe them, as well. Servicemembers at Joint

Get outside with JBLM MWR

Outdoors

Get outside with JBLM MWR

The great outdoors is closer than you think, right here at Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM). There are many fun, low-cost facilities and things to do, some even free. Freedom Park.  Located on the Fort Lewis side of the base.  Freedom Park has a seasonal, splash park for the little ones and

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