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It's easy to forget how game-changing the music of the '50s was, how they perfected the overdriven guitars and two-minute bursts of pure excitement.
Hey Tacomans, do you know how fortunate you are to have two world-class art museums? Few cities the size of Tacoma have such treasures such as Tacoma Art Museum and Museum of Glass.
On July 31, Metro Parks will be delivering a production of Shakespeare in the Park - in this case, the park being Wright.
Amy Herzog's 4000 Miles at Olympia Little Theatre has a you-are-there feel to it.
One of the cool things about living in the Puget Sound is the access to great Asian cuisine, and the South Sound is not short on options.
I Corps bids farewell to Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl, I Corps deputy commanding general, and welcomes the newest member of the team, Brig. Gen. Dany Fortin, Royal Canadian Army, tomorrow at 1030. The ceremony will take place in front of...
Seventy-two participants making up 18 teams enjoyed warm weather at the Eagles Pride Golf Course on Friday, July 17, during the Air Force Association McChord Field Chapter 334's annual Airman Support Golf Tournament fundraiser.
Since Tuesday, armed citizens have been standing watch outside the Army recruiting office in Spanaway.
The six-month deferment for female airmen to accomplish their fitness assessments following childbirth will be increased to 12 months to align with recent changes to the deployment deferments, Air Force officials announced July 14.
More than 50 Air Force Reserve medics from the 446th Aeromedical Staging Squadron at JBLM will practice caring for human and mannequin patients while taking mock fire from .50 caliber rifles and other heavy artillery Monday at 1 p.m. in an...