Sgt. Andrew Portacio could taste his Expert Infantryman Badge at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
To honor our local military, area businesses and supporters would like to treat the men and...
The White River Valley Museum in Auburn is putting together an exhibit called Service Ink:...
Yielding, softness, centeredness, slowness, balancing, suppleness and rootedness are all...
Two minutes after I enter the Harmon Tap Room back in October 2014, Jesse Holder embraced me with a warm hug in the form of a barrel-aged strong ale - a generous pour of Olde John Barrel Blend.
Every week we swap out the Served banner art above, introducing you to the people who serve food and drinks in the South Sound. This week, meet Erin Perteet.
Walkie Talkie blog is your South Sound source for what to do and what to see. A few awesome events going down today include a documentary on the British National Gallery, Chinese New Year celebration in Tumwater, benefit comedy show ...
It's that wonderful time of year where lovely little cookie sprites tempt us with colorful boxes of indulge-worthy and addictive cookie magic.
Jackie's Words Of Advice: one, always listen to your hairdresser; two, eat the Special Vietnamese Curry with Sweet Potato ($10.25-$11.25) at the Long Beach Café.
Stage & Visual Reviews
You have only a few more days to see Aisha Harrison's collaborative installation at South Puget Sound Community College and only until Saturday to see the big Hart James exhibition at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia.
The military has long been viewed as a "good old boys" club, and, if not exactly tolerant of sexual assault, it can be argued that for years, those in the military looked the other way.
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.
The 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, which at one point was the 5th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, will have its memorial.
Have you ever noticed how Tacoman reads like "Taco Man" to non-natives? It's a little silly, but really, everyone loves some tacos, so I tend not to correct them.