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Dry Powder

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Dry Powder

Dry Powder is billed as a comedy, and yes, there is a lot of humor in this tale of high-finance shenanigans. But there's a lot of searing drama as well, as Jenny (the versatile Helen Harvester), Jeff (the comedic Ryan Holmberg), Seth (film actor Brian S. Lewis) and Rick (South

The write stuff

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The write stuff

There are men and then there are men -- and then there was Sam Shepard. He was the kind of stolid, square-jawed Midwesterner who seemed born to play Captain America, the Marlboro Man or, if realism is preferred, legendary test pilot Chuck Yeager. That, in fact, is exactly whom Shepard

2018 Fall Career Guide

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2018 Fall Career Guide

Click here to view our interactive 2018 Fall Career Guide.

Airman’s actions in Afghanistan earns Bronze Star Award

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Airman’s actions in Afghanistan earns Bronze Star Award

Master Sgt. Kevin R. Peterson, 62nd Airlift Wing command post superintendent, was presented a Bronze Star Medal Sept. 21, which he earned for his actions and leadership while engaged in action against an enemy of the United States at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. During a 62nd Airlift Wing Staff Agencies commander's call

New training mannequins bleed, breathe, move, and scream

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New training mannequins bleed, breathe, move, and scream

Personnel from the office of the Program Executive Officer for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation, or PEO STRI, brought new technologically advanced medical training mannequins to Fort Benning, Oct. 1, to increase the realism of medical trauma training and ultimately save lives and limbs. The mannequin, which is called a Tactical Combat

Disney announces the 2019 Armed Forces Salute Rates

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Disney announces the 2019 Armed Forces Salute Rates

Have you always dreamed of experiencing the magic of a Disney Resort? Servicemembers and their families can now make this dream a reality with the deeply discounted rates being offered at Disney World and Disneyland for both resorts and park tickets. Every year since January 2009, Disney has offered an Armed

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Ryan Adams and others on sale

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, (253) 627-TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, (800) 325-SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, (866) 468-7623, www.ticketweb.com on sale now Correo Aereo Olympia. Nov. 30-Dec. 1 8 pm. $8-$12 (Traditions, 360.705.2819). Shoshana Bean, Paul Gabrielson Olympia. Dec. 7 8 pm. $10-$25 (Minnaert Center, 360.596.5501). Ain’t Misbehavin’ Seattle. Dec. 18-23 7:30 pm. $26.50-$28.50 (Jazz

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Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest

The Weekly Volcano didn’t spot Cousin Eddie at Doyle’s Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest the night before Thanksgiving, but we did spot winners Mike Finch and Grace Toledo. Although they weren’t handknit, they were truly amazing sweaters.  

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Don’t be absurd

The new show at The Helm may be called “Don’t Be Absurd,” but it is all about absurdities such as shapeless cloths leaping into the air on city streets and cutely menacing creatures that are half whale and half swordfish. Works by nine artists cram the little gallery. Some of the

Better with age

Military Life

Better with age

It's no secret that getting older isn't quite what younger versions of ourselves hoped it to be. As years pass, bedtimes are traded for backaches; summer vacations are forfeited for overtime; and the youthful, spritely mentality we once took for granted wanes as our age makes the steady numerical climb.

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37 new homesites in Westwood Crossing community in Poulsbo

SEATTLE, October 8, 2018 – – Century Communities, recently named the fastest growing public builder by Builder magazine, announced today that 37 new homesites are available for pre-sale in Westwood Crossing, a new community in Poulsbo beginning early October 2018. Homes in Westwood Crossing start in the

Military Family Halloween Parties

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Military Family Halloween Parties

The Ranger, NW Airlifter and JBLM Living newspapers, along with USAA, are sponsoring free Halloween parties for all military October 27 in Bremerton and October 28 in Lacey. These events are in support of our troops and their families and include trick or treating indoors from one sponsor to the other. 

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Laugh your ash off

The parade of princess shows continues in the South Sound. Tacoma Little Theatre, as you know, is finishing its run of “Sleeping Beauty” this weekend just as Federal Way’s Centerstage Theatre is staging “Cinderella.” This version of the show comes to the South Sound in the tradition of the English pantomime

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Restaurant biz is tough

What makes a restaurant succeed? This is a question that has many complicated answers. If the answers were easy, people would be opening dining establishments right and left. Smart folk don’t open restaurants. Crazy people do. To put it more politely, people that like to live on the edge open

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Holiday spirit

Taste the Holiday Spirit The holidays. Love ’em or loathe ’em, they’re here, complete with fudge, stuffed mushrooms, plump guys in red suits and parties! Pot luck, probably. Bobble Tiki already juggles a stack of invites and might even volunteer (or, more likely, be volunteered) to throw a bash too. And

TRICARE changes coming

Military Life

TRICARE changes coming

In the coming months, the Defense Health Agency will implement significant changes to the TRICARE health benefit which will affect many of its 9.4 million patients worldwide. A sizable number of these TRICARE patients -- more than 281,000 -- live in the Puget Sound area. Beginning Nov. 12, TRICARE patients may choose

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Delivering the goods

ANNOUNCER: “Gimme a pig foot and a bottle of gin,” sang Bessie Smith in 1933. “Move me, ‘cause I’m in my sin.” Well, the boys weren’t gnawing on a pork stump, but they were sinning, all right, during the last visit to Cicada Restaurant & Lounge. Cicada’s long list of

Cascadia Grill

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Cascadia Grill

ANNOUNCER: Craving classic, comfort dishes with a twist and a little Pacific Northwest kitsch, Jackie and Dutch settle into Olympia's Cascadia Grill this week. DUTCH: The Cascadia Grill is one of my favorite things about Olympia! The eclectic scene and friendly service simply add to the quality and creativity offered

Three Easy Pieces

South Sound Cinema

Three Easy Pieces

It's the spookiest month, and thus the spookiest Three Easy Pieces, where I examine a corner of pop culture from its birth to today. I'm thinking, now, of horror movies. While horror has classically been shrugged off by the snooty gatekeepers of fine cinema, there's one subgenre that's even more

Housing

LACEY: Cantergrove at Long Lake opens waterfront park, dock and walking trails

TACOMA, WA, October 4, 2018 – Century Communities, recently named the fastest growing public builder by Builder magazine, announced today that it has opened a private waterfront park, dock and walking trails to Cantergrove at Long Lake adding more lifestyle amenities to this popular community in Lacey. Located

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