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"Driven to Abstraction" showcases the works of three painters whose common thread is abstraction but whose approaches to art are quite diverse.
There is still plenty of summer weather left, which means that there are still plenty of days to hit Tacoma's waterfront restaurants with its amazing food and view of Commencement Bay.
After having been adapted from many earlier plays, Hello, Dolly! made its Broadway premier in 1964, and maintains a hold on audiences to this day.
Hundreds of kids had the opportunity to take part in a football camp earlier this month hosted by Super Bowl Champion and Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson.
Summer is reheating up in Washington, but you don't have to travel far to find places to cool off.
Saturday's the main event, the cleverly named Brew Five Three between 9th and 11th on Broadway.
Lewis-McChord Communities welcomes families living on base to come out and enjoy the weather and tasty picnic fare at the annual Resident Summer Picnic, from 1-4 p.m. at the Greenwood Community Center on Lewis Main, Saturday, Aug. 8.
The Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter of Association of the U.S. Army is claiming a wide range of awards for its work over the course of the 2014-15 year, including the Best Chapter Award for Group 2 - chapters with membership between 900-1500.
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.