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The Greatest Showman Sing-Along

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The Greatest Showman Sing-Along

If you love movies and you love karaoke, then you will love The Greatest Showman Sing-Along Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Washington Center in Olympia. This fun event is reminiscent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Attendees are encouraged to dress in costume, so wear your best circus, animal or

Let there be lights!

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Let there be lights!

The holiday season is filled with social engagements and established traditions. From cookie baking to Hallmark movies, to ugly sweaters and mystery gift-giving exchanges, the wonders of wintery goodness make for a delightful time of year. Amongst the whirlwinds of candy canes and Christmas carols, consider incorporating a trip to

The Social Bar and Grill

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The Social Bar and Grill

ANNOUNCER: Though the summer months have come and gone, Dutch and Jackie longed for sweeping views of Foss Waterway and peeks of The Museum of Glass. Naturally, they jetted down Dock Street to indulge in The Social Bar and Grill. JACKIE: I've been a fan of The Social from day

Shopping in Port Orchard

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Shopping in Port Orchard

The holidays are quickly approaching, and the rush of shopping and gift giving is nearly upon us. Embrace this wonderful time of year by seeking out and enjoying all the holiday merry making. There are many beautiful towns and shops close by that deck the halls and hang the mistletoe

A college’s buddy system

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A college’s buddy system

The Student Veterans Organization -- or SVO -- at Pierce College, provides veterans with a range of support programs to help them realize their educational goals. The SVO is a part of the college's larger Veterans Resource Center (VRC). The center has revamped over the past seven to eight months in

Soldier for life

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Soldier for life

Only about 15 percent of soldiers in the Army stay to serve 20 years, the numbers gets even smaller for those who stay past 20 years. It's something not many soldiers accomplish. Command Sgt. Maj. Pamela K. Williams is one of those soldiers whose dedication and commitment to her soldiers, sustained

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Dickens Festival, glass sale and more

THE FILM I’ll hang her up! The Associated Ministries hosts a screening of “It’s a Wonderful Life” tonight at the Blue Mouse Theatre to benefit the Family Emergency Fund. Yeah! Wonderful, yes, but remember that Frank Capra’s postwar holiday classic is about a guy who, for much of the film, is on a

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Sparkles style

You’ve seen him around, without a doubt — spinning every Thursday night at The Monsoon Room, or maybe behind the drum kit at The Scuzztones show, or possibly at The Spar in Old Town Tacoma — looking all Keith Moon-ish. He’s DJ Jimmy Sparkles, and he’s one cool cat. The

JBLM tree lights up Gig Harbor

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JBLM tree lights up Gig Harbor

For nearly two decades, Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) has gifted the city of Gig Harbor with a Christmas tree. Each year, Gig Harbor works with its partner unit, the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, to select and cut a Douglas fir to take center stage for its holiday festivities. This collaborative

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Juniper Drive

Born and bred in Tacoma, Lindsay Hartwell of Juniper Drive has been creating jewelry and other designs on and off for 14 years. “I don’t know if I have one style,” explains Hartwell. “It’s eclectic or artsy — definitely folk art. Each piece is a unique style in and of

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The Buzz and the Bazaar

The Buzz While the Internet is a fantastic way to try out new music, I still relish getting in my car and driving to a real store where I interact with live people. I’ve been listening to My Chemical Romance songs, both old and new, on the band’s Web site for

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

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Irving Berlin’s White Christmas

The 1954 film White Christmas occupies an odd little corner of the holiday entertainment pantheon. While it's certainly a favorite for some families, it doesn't frequently get mentioned alongside established classics like It's a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street, and A Christmas Story, despite starring old Hollywood stars like

2018 Holiday Guide #2

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2018 Holiday Guide #2

A guide on local holiday shopping, events and more! Come back each week for more holiday ideas. Click here to view our interactive 2018 Holiday Guide #2.

Holidays enhanced by community

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Holidays enhanced by community

The 446th Airlift Wing Airman and Family Readiness Center, located at McChord Field, continues to be a hub of support and resources -- especially during the holiday season. "(We want) all the folks we work with to have the happiest holidays possible," said Master Sgt. Kathleen Myhre, NCO in charge of

Shop small, local, and handmade

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Shop small, local, and handmade

The big box retailers are in full swing, decking their fluorescent-lit halls with tinsel, bows, and baubles. Boxes upon boxes of kitchen gadgets, electronics, and toys line the paths while you hunt for something special and unique. You're not going to find it in there. On Saturday, we suggest you

Children’s Museum breaks ground

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Children’s Museum breaks ground

Joint Base Lewis-McChord's Children and Youth Programs has partnered with the Children's Museum of Tacoma to turn the old skating rink at 2275 Liggett Ave. into a Children's Museum annex. The Children's Museum of Tacoma was established in 1985 by parents, teachers and community leaders to create unique resources for area

Green to Gold program provides opportunities

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Green to Gold program provides opportunities

Second Lt. Blake Pickel began his career in the Army when he enlisted in 2007. Today, he serves as the executive officer for the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division's support medical company after commissioning in 2017 through the Green to Gold scholarship program. "When I first came in,

Operation Turkey Drop

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Operation Turkey Drop

The turkeys came tumbling out of the back of an Old Cannery Furniture Warehouse truck. As soon as the vehicle had stopped, the back door was quickly opened and a number of hands began to unload 160 frozen turkeys to hand off to another pair of hands. The line of

Air Force wins Final Battle

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Air Force wins Final Battle

A team of six Air Force men and women bested the Army and Navy to capture the first-ever Inter-Service Alpha Warrior Final Battle held at Retama Park on the outskirts of San Antonio Nov. 17. Captain Mark Bishop of Air Mobility Command, Capt. Noah Palicia of Pacific Air Forces, Capt. Jennifer

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Dirty laundry

You’re working two jobs, going to school part-time and trying to have a social life.  When will you do laundry? Now. But you’re now faced with the daunting realization that you have eight loads to do. Just getting the stuff bagged up and out to your car is an overwhelming challenge.

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