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New homes in Lacey

Military Life

New homes in Lacey

Two developments in Lacey offer local military families a brand new home starting in the low $300,000s -- something a lot of people didn't know was possible. Add to the fact that interest rates remain at historic lows, now is the time to have everything you want. These communities are built

Maritime theme defines Puget Sound style

Military Life

Maritime theme defines Puget Sound style

Arguably, one of the benefits of military life is the opportunity to live in many different parts of the country. As a resident, there is the opportunity to experience the culture, the food and the scenery of a place in a way that a tourist simply can't. Decorating one's home

All things boo: boozy, boo-tiful, boogieing and boogeymen

Stage

All things boo: boozy, boo-tiful, boogieing and boogeymen

Halloween is the third biggest party season of the year, nipping at the heels of New Year's Eve and Super Bowl Sunday. It's no wonder really, the only things that can compete with resolutions and tossing the ole pig skin is all things pumpkin spice and make believe. We want

A musical masquerade

Music

A musical masquerade

Halloween is a time of putting on costumes that represent wilder, more striking versions of ourselves, so it makes sense it'd also be a time for cover bands to shine. Each year since 2003, Olympia Film Society has devoted its Capitol Theater to a late-October program of local musicians donning

Hop Roast Coffee Beer Festival

Features

Hop Roast Coffee Beer Festival

In the halcyon days of the ‘90s, The Drew Carey Show came up with a concoction called Buzz Beer. Our beloved, dumb main characters had mixed coffee and beer into something both immediately addictive and absolutely disgusting. Anyone from outside their circle would note how nasty it tasted, but still acknowledged the

Big bowls of big flavor

Reviews

Big bowls of big flavor

ANNOUNCER: Dutch and Jackie visit the Lincoln District of Tacoma known for its internationally diverse community, which is evident in the collection of eateries. The cravings turned fresh and spicy this week at Pho Dragon where traditional Vietnamese food is served six days a week for lunch and dinner.JACKIE: Six

"Blithe Spirit"

Stage

"Blithe Spirit"

In their 99th season, Tacoma Little Theatre is now two for two when it comes to wry comedies featuring cosmopolitan couples dealing with extraordinary circumstances. Their first production, Rumors, was a dizzy deconstruction of, and tribute to, the genre of farce; in its whirlwind, breathless execution, it was an exuberant hit. This

Academic paintings

Arts

Academic paintings

"Liberal and Phenomenal" is not my assessment of the two current shows at Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound. It is the name of the combined shows, each with works by five painters. "Liberal" in the main gallery features paintings by painting professors Michael Knutson (Reed College), Richard Martinez (Whitman),

Evan Main's exit

Music

Evan Main's exit

In some ways, Tacoma functions as a sort of farm league for artists looking to make it big in the world. Yes, there are frequently plenty of outlets for creatives to express themselves in town, but one can only grow so big in a city that lacks a functioning transit

Growing Veterans

News

Growing Veterans

Growing Veterans is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit veteran-run organization founded by Marine Corps veteran Chris Brown and Chris Wolf, a licensed mental health professional, in 2012. The organization's two farms -- one in Skagit County and one in Whatcom County -- are the cornerstone of the program. The group combines the peer

New crew in Tacoma

Military Life

New crew in Tacoma

A group of military and civilian families has come together to establish a new Venturing Crew in Tacoma. Venturing is a program under the auspices of the Boys Scouts of America (BSA) and is for youth ages 14 to 21 years old. Venturing Crew 216 falls under the Pacific Harbor Council,

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