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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013

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South Puget Sound Live Music and DJs Calendar: Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013

BLUES The Royal Lounge. Olympia - Downtown. Alice Stuart, with Dan Tyack. 7:30 pm. Charlie's Sports Bar and Grill. Olympia - Downtown. Blues Jam with Blues Attitude. 9 pm. NC. Midtown Grill, Bonney Lake. Wednesday Night Blues Jam. All Ages. 7-11 PM. COMEDY/GAMES Cascade Community Center. JBLM-Lewis Main.

A deserving soldier

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A deserving soldier

Spc. Cody Peckham has only been in the military for two years. However, in the short time since Peckham arrived at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, he has distinguished himself above his peers through his active volunteer service to the JBLM community, especially the city of University Place, Wash. "I was in the

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Carmen does the rodeo

Who would’ve ever thought that a city girl like me could aspire to such a hootin’ hillbilly, buckin’ belt-buckle, sagebrush sass, carefree country kind of life? If you read last week’s column (it was at www.weeklyvolcano.com — stupid ad replaced me in the rag!), you know that little lady Natasha

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Carmen does the rodeo

Who would’ve ever thought that a city girl like me could aspire to such a hootin’ hillbilly, buckin’ belt-buckle, sagebrush sass, carefree country kind of life? If you read last week’s column (it was at www.weeklyvolcano.com — stupid ad replaced me in the rag!), you know that little lady Natasha

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Local Music Only

urbanXchange once again proves they are about way more than cool clothes by announcing the release of a Local Music Only compilation CD and an end of summer event Friday, Sept. 7. The idea for the CD came to store owner Julie Bennett mid-summer while talking about the local music

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Local Music Only

urbanXchange once again proves they are about way more than cool clothes by announcing the release of a Local Music Only compilation CD and an end of summer event Friday, Sept. 7. The idea for the CD came to store owner Julie Bennett mid-summer while talking about the local music

Menu makeover

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Menu makeover

After being open for eight years this month, Pacific Grill chef/owner Gordon Naccarato and his team recently rolled out thoroughly revamped menus, featuring small plates, lower prices and more vegan and gluten-free options. "After eight years, I wanted to shake things up," said Naccarato. "It felt very much like we were

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Psychic Fair

Bright shiny sunshine is hard to deny, but so is having an internationally known psychic read your cards or having your aura photographed. Tacoma’s Psychic Fair takes place the first weekend of every month at Crystal Voyage Wellness Center in the shadow of the Tacoma Dome. “There’s 11 to 13

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Psychic Fair

Bright shiny sunshine is hard to deny, but so is having an internationally known psychic read your cards or having your aura photographed. Tacoma’s Psychic Fair takes place the first weekend of every month at Crystal Voyage Wellness Center in the shadow of the Tacoma Dome. “There’s 11 to 13

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Liquid light

“Veiled Northwest: Photographs by Mary Randlett” is the latest show to open at Tacoma Art Museum. And it’s about time. Randlett is mostly famous for her portraits of Pacific Northwest artists such as Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan and Guy Anderson, but her softly lit and mysterious landscapes are also greatly

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Liquid light

“Veiled Northwest: Photographs by Mary Randlett” is the latest show to open at Tacoma Art Museum. And it’s about time. Randlett is mostly famous for her portraits of Pacific Northwest artists such as Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan and Guy Anderson, but her softly lit and mysterious landscapes are also greatly

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Accomplice and Hollow

“Accomplice” Harlequin Productions is staging a mystery production of false identifies and cross purposes titled “Accomplice.” [State Theater, through Sept. 15, 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, $24-$33, 202 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia, 360.786.0151, www.harlequinproductions.org] “Hollow” Lakewood Playhouse is staging the first show of its season — Agatha Christie’s “The Hollow.“ [Lakewood Playhouse,

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Accomplice and Hollow

“Accomplice” Harlequin Productions is staging a mystery production of false identifies and cross purposes titled “Accomplice.” [State Theater, through Sept. 15, 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday, $24-$33, 202 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia, 360.786.0151, www.harlequinproductions.org] “Hollow” Lakewood Playhouse is staging the first show of its season — Agatha Christie’s “The Hollow.“ [Lakewood Playhouse,

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Do not doubt ‘Doubt’

College theater programs are sort of known for taking risks and staging works that force audiences to think — and often even argue — about the goings-on in front of them. Maybe that is because colleges are places of change and thought, where students can expand their views of the

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Do not doubt â€Ë"Doubt’

College theater programs are sort of known for taking risks and staging works that force audiences to think — and often even argue — about the goings-on in front of them. Maybe that is because colleges are places of change and thought, where students can expand their views of the

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Credit union with heart

America's Credit Union, headquartered in DuPont, has been a consistent contributor to the local community since it opened its doors in 1954. Not surprisingly, a primary focus for ACU, which boasts three branches on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is giving back to the military servicemembers and families who are at the

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