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Party formulas

At this point, all I can say is that statistics is by far the worst class ever. Luckily for me, I have a wonderful and understanding professor who is cutting me breaks because he understands how swamped I am professionally and personally. At this point, all I’m aiming for is a C

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Secret club house

Everybody loves the story about the little engine that could, and there’s a bar in Tacoma that screams, “I think I can, I think I can” more than the rest. As a matter of fact, I KNOW it can. Most of you understand that I adore South Sound entrepreneurs who

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Scene of the Crime: Secret club house

Everybody loves the story about the little engine that could, and there’s a bar in Tacoma that screams, “I think I can, I think I can” more than the rest. As a matter of fact, I KNOW it can. Most of you understand that I adore

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Pre-Funk Friday

Bobble Tiki would like to let you in on a little known fact. A long time ago, in a far away, similarly cold and damp place, Bobble Tiki actually invented the “pre-funk.” It’s true, and it was completely by accident. The event was an Earth Wind and Fire concert at

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Pre-Funk Friday

Bobble Tiki would like to let you in on a little known fact. A long time ago, in a far away, similarly cold and damp place, Bobble Tiki actually invented the “pre-funk.” It’s true, and it was completely by accident. The event was an Earth Wind and Fire

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Fall arts anchor

The theater business is tough even during the good times, and a slowdown in the economy that leads to tighter wallets of ticket buyers as well as corporate donors leads to those tough times becoming unbearable and unsustainable for some theaters. So it is always nice to see a theater reach

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Fall arts anchor

The theater business is tough even during the good times, and a slowdown in the economy that leads to tighter wallets of ticket buyers as well as corporate donors leads to those tough times becoming unbearable and unsustainable for some theaters. So it is always nice to see a theater reach

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Rockin’ for planks

In April I reported on the Weekly Volcano’s blog (www.weeklyvolcanospew.com — home to all your South Sound blogosphere needs) that the Dockyard Derby Dames were being strong-armed out of their longtime practice digs at the Skate-N-Station in Parkland. Apparently, the powers that be at the Skate-N-Station liked the Dames so

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Rockin' for planks

In April I reported on the Weekly Volcano’s blog (www.weeklyvolcanospew.com — home to all your South Sound blogosphere needs) that the Dockyard Derby Dames were being strong-armed out of their longtime practice digs at the Skate-N-Station in Parkland. Apparently, the powers that be at the Skate-N-Station liked the

Pushing boundaries

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Pushing boundaries

What’s a Tacoma artist got to do to get big money thrown at her art and a stroll down the red carpet? An elite few command SoHo prices, and in T-town, not everyone’s got connections like Teddy Haggerty’s to the Baldwin brothers. But Robbi Firestone does. Having moved to Tacoma

Pushing boundaries

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Pushing boundaries

What’s a Tacoma artist got to do to get big money thrown at her art and a stroll down the red carpet? An elite few command SoHo prices, and in T-town, not everyone’s got connections like Teddy Haggerty’s to the Baldwin brothers. But Robbi Firestone does. Having moved to Tacoma

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French lesson falls short

In this French romantic comedy, director Pierre Salvadori tries to teach a lesson that only the French could manage.  Set in the beautiful south of France, the film, co-written by Salvadori and Benoit Graffin, features an ultimately tasteless, empty story about people who do degrading things to themselves and others. 

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French lesson falls short

In this French romantic comedy, director Pierre Salvadori tries to teach a lesson that only the French could manage.  Set in the beautiful south of France, the film, co-written by Salvadori and Benoit Graffin, features an ultimately tasteless, empty story about people who do degrading things to themselves and others. 

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Lilly Koppisch

All heads turned at Doyle’s Public House during Saturday’s Stand Up For Darfur fund-raiser when Lilly Koppisch strolled in. Koppisch is a Tacoma native who now lives in Arlington. She blazed into town for a bridal shower because one of her best friends is getting married. She and her friends got

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Lilly Koppisch

All heads turned at Doyle’s Public House during Saturday’s Stand Up For Darfur fund-raiser when Lilly Koppisch strolled in. Koppisch is a Tacoma native who now lives in Arlington. She blazed into town for a bridal shower because one of her best friends is getting married. She and her friends got

The food police

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The food police

True or false — four-star Tacoma steak houses serving $50 slabs of meat cruise through health inspections better than hole-in-the wall ethnic joints scraping out a living on the mean streets of Lakewood’s Ponder’s Corner. False (you saw that coming). At said local wallet emptying place, inspectors recently discovered slack hand

The food police

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The food police

True or false — four-star Tacoma steak houses serving $50 slabs of meat cruise through health inspections better than hole-in-the wall ethnic joints scraping out a living on the mean streets of Lakewood’s Ponder’s Corner. False (you saw that coming). At said local wallet emptying place, inspectors recently discovered slack hand

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The Neddy

The Neddies are here again. The Neddy Fellowships are among the most prestigious art awards in the state and are granted each year to two worthy Washington state artists in honor of longtime Seattle painter Robert “Ned” Behnke, who died in 1989. Every year for the past four years Tacoma

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The Neddy

The Neddies are here again. The Neddy Fellowships are among the most prestigious art awards in the state and are granted each year to two worthy Washington state artists in honor of longtime Seattle painter Robert “Ned” Behnke, who died in 1989. Every year for the past four years Tacoma

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