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From horses to bikes

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From horses to bikes

Red Bike Restaurant, “home of the only dueling piano bar in Lacey,” was until recently Ramblin’ Jack’s Lone Star Kitchen, a country-western establishment. In the creative and inventive hands of experienced food and beverage director Brandon Escovedo, the restaurant saw a complete overhaul that seems to have gone rather seamlessly.

Saturday, March 3: Young Ladies & Gentleman manners class

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Saturday, March 3: Young Ladies & Gentleman manners class

It often seems like good manners went out of style a long time ago (especially when hanging in Weekly Volcano World Headquarters). But the truth couldn't be more different. Making a good impression is as important today as it ever was - and the bottom line is today's kids just

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Bootstrap operation

It’s time we got real about where we are and who is coming to our rescue. The economy is not turning around. It’s finally becoming clear that the market isn’t “normalizing.” It’s tanked, and it’s getting worse. The same people who remained forcefully optimistic about a mere “market correction” are

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Bootstrap operation

It’s time we got real about where we are and who is coming to our rescue. The economy is not turning around. It’s finally becoming clear that the market isn’t “normalizing.” It’s tanked, and it’s getting worse. The same people who remained forcefully optimistic about a mere “market correction” are

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Typical

City of Tacoma has announced renewed vigor for its plan to regulate improperly parked vehicles in residential areas. Tacomans witnessing vehicles blocking public rights of way, obstructing traffic, parked in one spot for more than seven days, parked against traffic, vehicles that are unlicensed, inoperable, abandoned, dissembled or just plain

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Typical

City of Tacoma has announced renewed vigor for its plan to regulate improperly parked vehicles in residential areas. Tacomans witnessing vehicles blocking public rights of way, obstructing traffic, parked in one spot for more than seven days, parked against traffic, vehicles that are unlicensed, inoperable, abandoned, dissembled or just plain

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The Dead Weather, Green Day and others

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, 253.627.TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, 800.325.SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, 866.468.7623, www.ticketweb.com On sale now Dominick Feranacci Seattle. May 31 7:30 pm. $22.50 (Jazz Alley, 206.441.9729). Nearly Dan, Pete Christlieb Seattle. June 1 7:30 pm. $21.50 (Jazz Alley, 206.441.9729).

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Polka Dot Dot Dot

Born from a melting pot of music, polka dots, and ellipses, Polka Dot Dot Dot is in full force as their third band member, Jordan O’Jordan (Jordan Smith), arrived back into town to join bandmembers Onyx of Olympia and Twig Palace (Colleen Johnson). Formed in the musically-saturated town of Olympia, the

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Polka Dot Dot Dot

Born from a melting pot of music, polka dots, and ellipses, Polka Dot Dot Dot is in full force as their third band member, Jordan O’Jordan (Jordan Smith), arrived back into town to join bandmembers Onyx of Olympia and Twig Palace (Colleen Johnson). Formed in the musically-saturated town of Olympia, the

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$3.99 steak

Ra Bok Ki Palace Korean Restaurant serves true Korean BBQ. The real kind, where you have your own personal grill in the center of the table and all. I asked the server what spicy dish she recommended. “Ra Bok Ki ($7.95). It has pan fried rice cake in spicy sauce with Ramen

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$3.99 steak

Ra Bok Ki Palace Korean Restaurant serves true Korean BBQ. The real kind, where you have your own personal grill in the center of the table and all. I asked the server what spicy dish she recommended. “Ra Bok Ki ($7.95). It has pan fried rice cake in spicy sauce with Ramen

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Bigger than an Elephant

Trevor Dickson and Cody Jones pulled up at the same time I did. Jones was behind the wheel of a mildly stunning mid-’90s Toyota Camry; I was in a Daewoo. It was 10 a.m. on a Friday, and the sun was out. Anything was possible. Check that. Almost anything. Jones

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Bigger than an Elephant

Trevor Dickson and Cody Jones pulled up at the same time I did. Jones was behind the wheel of a mildly stunning mid-’90s Toyota Camry; I was in a Daewoo. It was 10 a.m. on a Friday, and the sun was out. Anything was possible. Check that. Almost anything. Jones

Shoot, move, communicate: 1-17th at JBLM

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Shoot, move, communicate: 1-17th at JBLM

An empty magazine strikes the dirt, a boot steps over it. Repeating movements that have been drilled into him over time, the Soldier raises his carbine rifle and engages two "enemy" and avoids one "friendly" target. The lane safety slaps him on the back, and

Sweet Water and me

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Sweet Water and me

I saw Sweet Water at the Puyallup Fair when I was 14. I followed them religiously for three or four years after the experience. Sweet Water is a tale of a band that was on the brink of enormous success and yet, somehow, fell short. A band that came into

Sweet Water and me

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Sweet Water and me

I saw Sweet Water at the Puyallup Fair when I was 14. I followed them religiously for three or four years after the experience. Sweet Water is a tale of a band that was on the brink of enormous success and yet, somehow, fell short. A band that came into the

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Jordan Gunderson

Although lately you can find Jordan behind the bar of Tacoma hot spot The Mix, his face may be more familiar than you realize. Think: MLKBallet, Tempest Lounge, and 1022’s South predecessor — The Monsoon Room. Gunderson seems to have become a staple to the downtown scene, so seeing him

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TROUBLE WITH DEROSA: Jordan Gunderson

Although lately you can find Jordan behind the bar of Tacoma hot spot The Mix, his face may be more familiar than you realize. Think: MLKBallet, Tempest Lounge, and 1022’s South predecessor — The Monsoon Room. Gunderson seems to have become a staple to the downtown scene, so seeing him

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Ciao down in Graham

Amici Italian Eatery Where: 9807 224th St. E., Suite 100, Graham, 253.847.1500, www.iloveamici.com Hours: Lunch and dinner — Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Cuisine: Italian American — pasta, fish and chips, wood fired pizza, salads, seafood and steaks. Kids menu available. Scene: Relaxed, casual family

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Ciao down in Graham

Amici Italian Eatery Where: 9807 224th St. E., Suite 100, Graham, 253.847.1500, www.iloveamici.com Hours: Lunch and dinner — Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Cuisine: Italian American — pasta, fish and chips, wood fired pizza, salads, seafood and steaks. Kids menu available. Scene:

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