Some bands are so distinctive and influential that to describe them would be redundant. These are artists who've risen to such a level that their names are used to describe other artists.
Brought together, Benjamin Verdoes and Nathan Quiroga have made Iska Dhaaf, a band that doesn't...
Ring of Fire at Centerstage in Federal Way is wonderful entertainment, well worth the drive.
Winter Pop-Up at B2 Fine Art Gallery is a surprisingly rich collection of sculpture, basketry...
The new Avengers movie doesn't need my help. Believe it or not, this is one movie that will be just fine, even without the highly sought-after Nerd Alert bump. It's going to Hulk smash box office records ...
Air Mobility Command announced today that the 2015 Rodeo readiness competition, which was scheduled to take place at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in August, has been canceled.
I'm not going to lie: I was underwhelmed when I first glanced at a press release from L'Arche Farm & Gardens. That wasn't L'Arche's fault. It's because I know next to nothing about farming and/or gardening.
Suffering the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, this is Nerd Alert, the Weekly Volcano's recurring events calendar devoted to all things nerdy. I myself am a Star Wars fan, mathlete, and spelling bee champion of long standing, so trust me...
Embellish Multispace Salon is moving from its location at Court D in downtown Tacoma to its new digs in downtown's Theater District, at 727 Commerce, Suite 200.
Like fine wine paired with rich chocolate or imported cheese, dinner and a show is an undeniably palatable combination that pairs well with romantic occasions such as Valentine's Day.
Like images captured with a pinhole camera, also known as a camera obscura, the exhibition "Prison Obscura" at The Evergreen State College "considers this fundamental distortion that characterizes vision and viewing, how we see and don't see the...
Tacoma Little Theatre's production of Second Samuel is a little play that tackles big subjects in an inventive manner while maintaining its light-hearted feel.
Is it kosher for an art critic to say he doesn't know what he thinks about an exhibition he's reviewing? Somehow it doesn't seem right, and yet we're human.
The term "Textile Paintings" is my term, not the artists and not the gallery's. It's what I see as the best possible descriptor of Barbara Lee Smith's art at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College.