About 120 JBLM soldiers waiting to be processed and assigned to a unit by the base's Headquarters and Headquarters Company enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner at PLU.
Franciscan Polar Plaza has become a South Sound tradition. Now in its fourth year, the ice...
This all-female, nonprofit, flat-track roller derby team comprised of women from the local...
Let there be light! Although many spots around the South Sound have holiday light shows, Point...
I pondered skipping this week's Mac and Cheese Madness Friday posting. South Sounders are either one big mashed couch potato or will choose lighter fare to counterbalance yesterday's glorious gluttony.
Walkie Talkie blog is your South Sound source for what to do and what to see. A few awesome events going down today include bands Hang The Old Year, Junkyard Jane and Still Caves, Thurston County Fair's Holiday Bazaar ...
To all our friends around the world - Happy Thanksgiving!!
Top Rung Brewing Co. will release Pyrolysis, their Imperial Stout, on Black Friday.
Three Magnets Brewing's focus is on a casual version of surf and turf - including hand-ground burgers on housemade spent-grain buns, fish and chips and a salt-cod Reuben. All of the sauces are made in house.
Live music, DJs and comedy in the greater Tacoma and Olympia area including Junkyard Jane, Houchuli, Klozd Sirkut, Story Boxx and others ...
Members of 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) and the South Sound community came together last weekend to support one Joint Base Lewis-McChord family.
Music Features & Columns
Portland progressive rock band Hang The Old Year initially bonded not only over their shared love of eclectic music, but also over their belief in anti-authoritarian politics.
SPOUSE magazine is a free, online magazine that addresses the unique needs and interests of military spouses at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. SPOUSE speaks to our reader's values and focuses on what's important.
Trees for Troops will be on hand in the parking lot of the Northwest Adventure Center to give away, yes - give away - Christmas trees to servicemembers E-5 and below.
Friday, November 28th, 2014