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Sunday, Jan. 29: Hey Girl

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Sunday, Jan. 29: Hey Girl

The band Hey Girl is totally Olympia. Sludgy, grungy, dirty and totally cute. And I mean cute in a garage punk way. It makes you wanna crush on the three-piece band, based on their live performances and relatable lyrics - like in the song "Pizza Girl," where the delivery diva

Through Saturday, Jan. 28: Neal Brennan

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Through Saturday, Jan. 28: Neal Brennan

One thing you've got to credit comedians for is their work ethic. No, seriously, hear us out on this one. While it's true plenty of well-known comedians over the years have made the job synonymous with debauchery, partying, reckless excess, chain smoking and basic, unabashed indulgence of all kinds, the

Friday, Jan. 27-Saturday, Jan. 28: Big Mini Golf Classic

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Friday, Jan. 27-Saturday, Jan. 28: Big Mini Golf Classic

Nothing supports the arts like mini golf. Or putt-putt golf. Or whatever you call it. Yes, it's true. While smacking the ball through the windmill and past the sand trap might not seem like it has anything at all to do with helping bring the fine arts to the stage

Through Sunday, Jan. 29: Tacoma Home & Garden Show

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Through Sunday, Jan. 29: Tacoma Home & Garden Show

Surely you have a few home improvements you've been meaning to make. Maybe, for instance, a gigantic, icy tree limb recently crashed through your mudroom. Need some inspiration to get the job started? This week the annual Tacoma Home & Garden Show returns to the Tacoma Dome, running Wednesday through Sunday and

Saturday, Jan. 28: Tacoma Urban Orchestra

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Saturday, Jan. 28: Tacoma Urban Orchestra

Saturday, the currently trending Tacoma Urban Orchestra will lay down 14 - XIV Underground, a dance opera by Benjamin Smith-Chenovick, at The Library at Sanford and Son Antiques. Event hype promises the premiere of Acts IV and V from the Tacoma Urban Orchestra's winter show of 2012, plus Colin Reynolds

Shove thy neighbor

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Shove thy neighbor

QUESTION: My commitment-phobic boyfriend of several years is also my neighbor. I resolved to make it work with him and then caught him on FriendFinder exchanging numerous messages with some woman in Tijuana. He claimed he was just being friendly. I asked if he'd correspond with a guy. He responded,

Friday, Jan. 27: The Folk Inspired Cello

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Friday, Jan. 27: The Folk Inspired Cello

While we totally had to Google him, it's no lie when the University of Puget Sound website touts David Requiro as a prize-winning cellist. Requiro is also an artist in residence at UPS, who Friday will bust out The Folk Inspired Cello along with violinist Maria Sampen and pianist Tanya Stambuk

Friday, Jan. 27-Saturday, Jan. 28: The Righteous Mothers & Shack

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Friday, Jan. 27-Saturday, Jan. 28: The Righteous Mothers & Shack

As part of a benefit for Olympia's PFLAG - a very worthy organization that describes itself as, "the nation's foremost family-based organization committed to the civil rights of gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender persons" - Steve Schalchlin and the Righteous Mothers will take to the stage this weekend at Traditions

Monday, Jan. 30: Shift Happens

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Monday, Jan. 30: Shift Happens

Back for year two, Go Local Tacoma's Shift Happens will inhabit The Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center Monday for a daylong extravaganza built on seminars and the power of local businesses. Shift Happens attendees will eat and drink local products, as well as tour booths representing local businesses. Shift Happens

Thursday, Jan. 26: Robert Manning vs. credit cards

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Thursday, Jan. 26: Robert Manning vs. credit cards

Tacoma Community College's Artist & Lecture series continues Thursday with Robert Manning, PhD - billed in pre-event hype as a research professor and founding director of the Center for Consumer Financial Services, and "a specialist in the deregulation of household debt, consumer finance, economic development, immigration and globalization." Manning will

Sunday, Jan. 29: South Sound Wedding Show

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Sunday, Jan. 29: South Sound Wedding Show

A large percentage of people get married at some point during their lives. Some people, like Newt Gingrich for instance, do it several times. The fact is, weddings are a big part of our existence. All the more reason to check out the fifth annual South Sound Wedding Show Sunday

Saturday, Jan. 28: Ben Union

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Saturday, Jan. 28: Ben Union

For the past few years - and working from an unusually strong starting point - Ben Union has been working to hone his sound to a fine point. After emerging on the scene with a potent live show and an even more precise debut LP, The Light, Union and his

Saturday, Jan. 28: Proctor Art Gallery Anniversary

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Saturday, Jan. 28: Proctor Art Gallery Anniversary

The North End's Proctor Art Gallery celebrates its third anniversary Saturday with a list of intriguing possibilities for local art lovers and community reppers. Announced as an opportunity to, "help Tacoma artists celebrate three successful years in business," the third anniversary of Proctor Art Gallery will offer refreshments, entertainment and

Through Feb. 18: "The Seafarer"

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Through Feb. 18: "The Seafarer"

Olympia's Harlequin Production's celebrates the opening of Conor McPherson's The Seafarer Thursday, a production running through Feb. 18 at Harlequin's home, The State Theater. According to hype, McPherson "has a stunning ability to remind us that logic and reason are but weak weapons against the myth and magic that permeate

FEEDBAG: Wild game and wine, Secret to open, beer tastings and more ...

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FEEDBAG: Wild game and wine, Secret to open, beer tastings and more ...

FREE TREAT Duke's Chowder House (3327 Ruston Way, Tacoma) will give you two cookies and a taster size of Tillamook Vanilla Bean ice cream if you order any food item for dinner. BONUS Through the month of January Brix 25 (7707 Pioneer Way, Gig Harbor) will present an envelope to diners to open

Roller skates and disco

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Roller skates and disco

According to the Merriam Webster online dictionary, Xanadu is an idyllic, exotic or luxurious place. How that translates into a roller disco is a question best answered by early-1980s pop stars and Tacoma Musical Playhouse. The musical Xanadu, on stage at TMP through Feb. 12, is based on the Universal

Through Feb. 12: "Xanadu"

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Through Feb. 12: "Xanadu"

According to the Merriam Webster online dictionary, Xanadu is an idyllic, exotic or luxurious place. How that translates into a roller disco is a question best answered by early-1980s pop stars and Tacoma Musical Playhouse. The musical Xanadu, on stage at TMP through Feb. 12, is based

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