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Mind â€Å"The King”

Tacoma deputy prosecutor Mark Lindquist will debut his latest masterwork, “The King of Methlehem,” Thursday, May 17, 6 p.m. at the downtown Tacoma Public Library. Let’s not get confused by the fact that Lindquist is a lawyer. The man is a literary genius – especially true for those of us

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Charlie LaBenz passes

Your Natasha is very rarely a downer, but this week I have to address a scene-of-the-crime issue that has thoroughly affected my entire person. While on my most recent vacation in Hawaii, I was given terrible, awful news. My friend from high school, Charlie LaBenz, died in a car accident on Guemes

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Charlie LaBenz passes

Your Natasha is very rarely a downer, but this week I have to address a scene-of-the-crime issue that has thoroughly affected my entire person. While on my most recent vacation in Hawaii, I was given terrible, awful news. My friend from high school, Charlie LaBenz, died in a car accident on Guemes

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Worth the drive

The first thing they taught us in Art Snob 101 was that to find real art you have to drive up to Seattle, since Tacoma’s just an overgrown mill town with none of the real stuff — except for the one-eyed glass guy. And now the real art has not

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Worth the drive

The first thing they taught us in Art Snob 101 was that to find real art you have to drive up to Seattle, since Tacoma’s just an overgrown mill town with none of the real stuff — except for the one-eyed glass guy. And now the real art has not

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Derby party at O’Malley’s

After-partying at O’Malley’s Saturday night with the Dockyard Derby Dames meant beer, (loud) musical accompaniment courtesy of All Bets on Death, and conversation and camaraderie, even between Roller Derby teams who’d bouted against each-other earlier in the evening.

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Derby party at O’Malley’s

After-partying at O’Malley’s Saturday night with the Dockyard Derby Dames meant beer, (loud) musical accompaniment courtesy of All Bets on Death, and conversation and camaraderie, even between Roller Derby teams who’d bouted against each-other earlier in the evening.

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Life Cycle

You grumble about the soaring price of gas, the frightening state of the environment, the dismal state of your fitness, and then wish there was something you could do.  And wouldn’t it be really cool, you muse, if there was some way to add a sprinkling of artistic eclecticism to

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Life Cycle

You grumble about the soaring price of gas, the frightening state of the environment, the dismal state of your fitness, and then wish there was something you could do.  And wouldn’t it be really cool, you muse, if there was some way to add a sprinkling of artistic eclecticism to

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Toolkit for life

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Toolkit for life

Life can pull people in many different directions, but who they are as individuals always seems to shine through each and every decision they make. It's a series of these decisions and experiences that leads people to where they are today. That's how one Reservist found himself in the position

Long road to Air Force officer

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Long road to Air Force officer

U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. - Each summer, a new group of basic cadets march in formation for almost eight miles from the Terrazzo to Jacks Valley. There, for nearly two weeks, they endure rigorous military training and learn how to survive and operate as a team in a field environment.

Be a star

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Be a star

Got a voice? Like to sing? Then sign up for the ninth annual Operation Rising Star. It's the military's version of American Idol. The competition for singers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord begins with an audition at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5 on base at the Warrior Zone. "I'm amazed each year how much

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Sgt. Justin Norton mural

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Sgt. Justin Norton mural

Losing a loved one is devastating beyond words and a wound that never fully heals. In June, 2006, Gary and Chris Warnock of Rainier felt that pain when they tragically lost their son, Sgt. Justin D. Norton, when he was killed by an improvised explosive device during a deployment in

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Lancer Brigade reunion

"We are a tight unit and we really keep in touch," said retired Command Sgt. Maj. Victor Mercado. "So we began to talk about hosting a reunion and then, since last November, we have been meeting once a month to get organized and arrange the event." This will be the first

Urban Spelunker: DuPont

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Urban Spelunker: DuPont

Just South of Lakewood, one will find DuPont, not so much a business district as a thriving town surrounded by scenic landscape and conveniently located near freeway access for a quick commute. Among central downtown, you'll find the basic luxuries of any good town, a fair amount of dining options

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Pacific Grill

Pacific Grill chef and co-owner Gordon Naccarato likens cooking to performance art, and he invites diners to the Pacific Grill show where he presents his favorite foods. Just don’t ask him to make you blackened Cajun salmon, or you might find yourself lying in the pathway of a speeding light rail

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Pacific Grill

Pacific Grill chef and co-owner Gordon Naccarato likens cooking to performance art, and he invites diners to the Pacific Grill show where he presents his favorite foods. Just don’t ask him to make you blackened Cajun salmon, or you might find yourself lying in the pathway of a speeding light rail

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