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Wizard rock!

Enthusiasm. The older Bobble Tiki gets, it seems like the less of it he has. When Bobble Tiki was a little Tiki, it seemed like his enthusiasm was endless. Bobble Tiki would lie awake on Christmas Eve, too enthusiastic to sleep because of the holiday that lay ahead. In high

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Centre can’t hold on

Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; These, as any lover of dusty books and much studied poetry will recognize, are the words

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Centre can’t hold on

Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; These, as any lover of dusty books and much studied poetry will recognize, are the words

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Matt McNew

Summer is all about traveling. Whether you’re trotting around the globe or enjoying your time in the sun back home — returning to your roots. Matt McNew was spotted lounging about in style back in his native town of Tacoma. He’s been stationed in Georgia for the last six months

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Matt McNew

Summer is all about traveling. Whether you’re trotting around the globe or enjoying your time in the sun back home — returning to your roots. Matt McNew was spotted lounging about in style back in his native town of Tacoma. He’s been stationed in Georgia for the last six months

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Amocat Antique Market

Tressie Schindele moved her Funkoma Vintage antique shop from the Tacoma Dome District to downtown Tacoma, well, because it just made sense. “There’s just more traffic on Antique Row,” Schindele smiles as she shares why she and a band of merry gentlemen moved to 712 Broadway. Recognize the address? It’s the Rampart

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Amocat Antique Market

Tressie Schindele moved her Funkoma Vintage antique shop from the Tacoma Dome District to downtown Tacoma, well, because it just made sense. “There’s just more traffic on Antique Row,” Schindele smiles as she shares why she and a band of merry gentlemen moved to 712 Broadway. Recognize the address? It’s the Rampart

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Meat on a stick

ANNOUNCER: If you haven’t driven in Northeast Tacoma for a while, the growth of homes may amaze you — one subdivision after the other. Unfortunately, worthy restaurants haven’t followed the same pattern. The Cliff House and Lobster Shop still produce excellent food, but they were rooted long before the section

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Meat on a stick

ANNOUNCER: If you haven’t driven in Northeast Tacoma for a while, the growth of homes may amaze you — one subdivision after the other. Unfortunately, worthy restaurants haven’t followed the same pattern. The Cliff House and Lobster Shop still produce excellent food, but they were rooted long before the section

Beer frame of mind

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Beer frame of mind

Anyone who has ever been to more than one bar in their life has seen a patron or two who just doesn’t fit the whole vibe of the joint — whose character doesn’t fit that of the watering hole. That might be man in a cowboy hat at a sushi

Beer frame of mind

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Beer frame of mind

Anyone who has ever been to more than one bar in their life has seen a patron or two who just doesn’t fit the whole vibe of the joint — whose character doesn’t fit that of the watering hole. That might be man in a cowboy hat at a sushi

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Seafood and wine

As weeks go, this one for me was pretty good. Disregard the fact that I punctured my right index finger with a shard of broken glass and can barely type while said finger throbs like a S.O.B. All and all I’m pretty happy. Much of this happiness is due to

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Seafood and wine

As weeks go, this one for me was pretty good. Disregard the fact that I punctured my right index finger with a shard of broken glass and can barely type while said finger throbs like a S.O.B. All and all I’m pretty happy. Much of this happiness is due to

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Streetcar rolls again

The American theater scene has few plays that will be around for another 100 years. There are a lot of good plays, don’t get me wrong. But they are largely so tied to their place or time that the scripts might be a bit dated and the characters out of

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Streetcar rolls again

The American theater scene has few plays that will be around for another 100 years. There are a lot of good plays, don’t get me wrong. But they are largely so tied to their place or time that the scripts might be a bit dated and the characters out of

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Another juried show

All juried shows are alike: a few outstanding artworks, a whole bunch of so-so stuff, and a few really bad pieces. The sixth annual juried art exhibit at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College is no exception. I’ll talk about the good stuff. Ron Hinson’s untitled painted construction does not stand

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Another juried show

All juried shows are alike: a few outstanding artworks, a whole bunch of so-so stuff, and a few really bad pieces. The sixth annual juried art exhibit at The Gallery at Tacoma Community College is no exception. I’ll talk about the good stuff. Ron Hinson’s untitled

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Head to the beach

The sun may sink at night, but the air still smolders with that muggy summer feeling that your skin and hair have grown to despise. If you’re looking to get doused, check out Toscanos this month. Every Tuesday in July the Puyallup café and wine bar hosts a beach party

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Head to the beach

The sun may sink at night, but the air still smolders with that muggy summer feeling that your skin and hair have grown to despise. If you’re looking to get doused, check out Toscanos this month. Every Tuesday in July the Puyallup café and wine bar hosts a beach party

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Rock ‘N Glow

This week I’ve decided to focus on a topic that should be of interest to every single one of you readers, whether you’re young or young-at-heart. Sometimes it’s not the newest stuff in town that’s the best. Often our community amenities that have stood the test of time are really where

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