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The Fish Peddler

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The Fish Peddler

ANNOUNCER: Nearly a year after replacing the fresh fish market with a bar space, the Fish Peddler on Dock street in Tacoma continues to draw diners to the Foss Waterway. Though the market is gone, fresh seafood continues to drive the menu, the cozy space and patio on the water

A twist on the Scottish play

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A twist on the Scottish play

Equivocation at Olympia Little Theatre is wild. It is ludicrous. It is funny and tragic and gruesome. Written by Bill Cain and directed at OLT by Pug Bujeaud, the play is a farcical tragedy, a takeoff on and about Shakespeare (Drew Doyle), who is alternately called Shag and Will, his

Three Easy Pieces

South Sound Cinema

Three Easy Pieces

Welcome to another edition of Three Easy Pieces, where I look at a cul-de-sac of pop culture, from its birth to how it looks today. Since we're bracing for another Valentine's Day, I figured it was time to talk about anti-romantic comedies. Though what precisely defines an anti-romantic comedy can

Winter wonderland adventure on Snoqualmie Pass

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Winter wonderland adventure on Snoqualmie Pass

Enjoy a family friendly day out on Snoqualmie Pass by playing in the snow at Gold Creek Pond and finishing up your day trip with a visit to the charming town of North Bend. Snoqualmie Pass is a mountain pass along Interstate 90 that is located only about two hours

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The happiest place in Seattle

  Disney’s magic reached up from sunny California to the great white (er, wet) north opening the long awaited staging of the hit movie, Frozen, Saturday. High tech, glittering, and senstional best describe the staging, while a stellar cast and tech crew clearly personify Disney’s demand for excellence – an expectation thickly

Suicide notes

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Suicide notes

Heathers was always destined to be a cult film, with its button-pushing story and pitch-black humor ensuring that an audience would eventually find it and love it, but the general public would stay away. Much like The Evil Dead before it, though, Heathers was a cult film that surprisingly ended

Crudo & Cotto

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Crudo & Cotto

ANNOUNCER: The owners of Olympia's popular Italian restaurant Basilico have opened Crudo & Cotto in the Proctor neighborhood of Tacoma. Much like their Olympia location, the focus is on fresh, authentic, Italian dishes with a Northwest flare. And though the menu is unique to each place, bread, pasta and desserts

Top Gun Bar and Grill

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Top Gun Bar and Grill

Located at the Pierce County Airport -- Thun Field, Top Gun Bar and Grill has one of the best views of Mount Rainier in the South Sound. On a clear day, you can watch planes take off and land from the airport while the iconic mountain looms in the background.

V-day Grub Gossip

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V-day Grub Gossip

Psssssst, hey you. Yea, you ... don't forget, Valentine's Day is coming up hot. Whether you are on team "We don't celebrate Hallmark Holidays," or "I better get something or else," or maybe, secretly "I don't want anything, but a nice date WOULD be nice," we've got you covered with

A couples’ getaway close to home

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A couples’ getaway close to home

Kirkland is the perfect destination for a one-night mini-vacation away from Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), and a well-planned Saturday night stay maximizes your time and minimizes traffic. The cute, downtown area of Kirkland is just east of Seattle and is located on the shores of Lake Washington, about an hour drive

Radical forgiveness

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Radical forgiveness

It's a rare treat to be able to see a world premiere play in our neck of the woods, which lends an air of special buzz around the staging of Shattering at Tacoma Little Theatre. After winning the AACT NewPlayFest, Shattering became one of six scripts chosen to be staged

Tacoma Baking Company

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Tacoma Baking Company

ANNOUNCER: The Tacoma Baking Company opened several weeks ago and the lines are still out the door. Five Tacoma families with varying talents banded together to offer creative, locally sourced, and nutritious products to their Hilltop neighborhood. Dutch and Jackie appease their sweet tooth this week. JACKIE: Come prepared. There will

The most farcical farce of all

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The most farcical farce of all

The verdict has long been in: Noises Off is funny. New York Post critic Clive Barnes called it "the funniest farce ever written," and Frank Rich in The New York Times said it "is, was, and probably always will be the funniest play written in my lifetime." For directors and actors,

Los Tapatios

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Los Tapatios

ANNOUNCER: Where area diners have traditionally avoided strip mall eateries, Los Tapatios is doing its part to change that perception. Creative Mexican dishes are served up seven days a week in a tiny strip mall on the edge of Fircrest, and the locals are pouring in. This week, Jackie and

Grub Gossip

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Grub Gossip

Whiskey and Chocolate. Need I say more? If you know me, you know you can count me in. Doyle's Public House is hosting a Whiskey and Chocolate Pairing Saturday, Jan. 25, 5:45 and 8 p.m. Tease Chocolates and whiskey expert Neil Strachan will guide guests through five single malts from

Revolutionary African-American men

Arts

Revolutionary African-American men

Iconic African-American men are saluted in this traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian. "We are honored and thrilled to feature Men of Change: Power, Triumph, Truth. As of now, we're one of only two museums on the West Coast that will host this phenomenal exhibition (from the Smithsonian). We encourage everyone to

Virtual-reality experience now open at Point Defiance

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Virtual-reality experience now open at Point Defiance

The Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium's new, state-of-the-art Ocean Explorer Virtual Reality experience is now open. Located within the zoo's Pacific Seas Aquarium, near the exit from the Baja Bay habitat, this hi-tech adventure provides an exhilarating experience with which to enhance learning about the ocean. The journey begins by sitting down

Online guides for 2020

Online Interactive Guides

Online guides for 2020

Winter & Spring Events

Winter and spring events around JBLM

Online Interactive Guides

Winter and spring events around JBLM

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Great American musical classic

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Great American musical classic

The great American musical classic An American in Paris is coming to the Washington Center for the Performing Arts for one night only, tonight, Thursday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. The beloved musical features music by George Gershwin and lyrics by Ira Gershwin. The play was inspired by the 1951 film starring

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