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Historic Fort Steilacoom predates JBLM

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Historic Fort Steilacoom predates JBLM

You may have noticed the older buildings on the grounds of Western State Hospital in Lakewood. They are what remains of what was Fort Steilacoom, a military base which predates the Civil War, and four buildings from the original fort are open to the public the first Sunday of the

Grub Gossip

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Grub Gossip

There's a buzz in the air folks, and I can guarantee that Tacoma Restaurant Week (TRW) is going to entice you to eat out for lunch and dinner for the entirety of its run this season. There's too many delectable picks to miss and the fear of missing out leaves

A horror mystery unfolds on the Moors

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A horror mystery unfolds on the Moors

Director Trista Duval and her cast and crew went all out to present a harrowing version of The Hound of the Baskervilles at Centerstage, adapted by Seattle playwrights David Pichette and R. Hamilton Wright, with an eye toward being true to Sir Conan Doyle's original story. Audience are transformed to England

McMenamins Elks Temple

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McMenamins Elks Temple

ANNOUNCER: This past spring, the long awaited Tacoma Elks Temple came back to life with a small hotel and a handful of restaurants that include a family friendly pub that seats 250, a hidden bar with upscale cocktails, a Spanish bar attached to the building's music venue, and a tiki-inspired

Monet, Renoir, Degas ...

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Monet, Renoir, Degas ...

Well over 100 years later, a majority of the world's landscape painters still paint in an Impressionist style. As if landscape art has not advanced -- which it has -- since the 1880s. The French Impressionists -- Renoir, Degas and their contemporaries -- were considered radical when they were painting. Their

2019 Fall Career & Education Guide

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2019 Fall Career & Education Guide

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Tacoma Restaurant Week Oct. 20-24 and 27-31, 2019

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Tacoma Restaurant Week Oct. 20-24 and 27-31, 2019

I am, what some might consider, a glutton. Surprise, surprise. I know. But in my realm of reality, I'm simply a lover of the culinary culture. Chefs take great care to be innovative and creative while also paying respect to the history of cuisine -- it takes a certain sort

High fashion and snarky women

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High fashion and snarky women

The Women by Clare Boothe Luce, now playing at Harlequin Productions, is a beautifully staged, lavish comedy of errors satirizing 1930s upper crust Manhattan socialites. It opened on Broadway in 1936 and is best known for the 1939 film starring Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell. For its many stunning

The Cloverleaf

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The Cloverleaf

ANNOUNCER: A Tacoma landmark and favorite tavern for many locals, The Cloverleaf has spent over 60 years earning their reputation. It has been some time since Dutch and Jackie have hit up this local mainstay, so this week they head down Sixth Ave. for some cold drinks, world famous pizza,

West Yellowstone, Montana, Adventure Gateway

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West Yellowstone, Montana, Adventure Gateway

Yellowstone National Park is one of the most visited in the United States, with the number of visitors peaking in the summer months. In October, those numbers slow down before the park roads close in early November. This makes fall a perfect time of year to visit, and the town

Tacoma Film Festival rides again

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Tacoma Film Festival rides again

At this point, we shouldn't really be surprised by the continued expansion in both quality and quantity of the Tacoma Film Festival's (TTF) lineup, but honestly: looking at the schedule, we are awestruck to see what the 14th annual TFF has to offer. Tacoma's preeminent celebration of movies, put on

Three Easy Pieces

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Three Easy Pieces

It's time, once again, for Three Easy Pieces, the column where I take you aside and gab about a particular corner of pop culture. First, we start at the beginning, and then take you on through to how it looks today. This month, I'm talking about one of my favorite

Gather Juice Co.

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Gather Juice Co.

ANNOUNCER: Tacoma locals Sean and Gretchen Doyel -- hoping to offer fast, fresh, healthy options to other Tacoma locals -- have finally opened their doors this past month. The success of similar juice bars in Seattle helped fuel this ambition, and early traffic results would suggest that the neighborhood is

A fun romp for all ages

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A fun romp for all ages

Like Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Delicious Revenge of Princess Rubyslippers by Brendan Murray is a tasty romp that appeals to audiences of all ages. Now playing at Olympia Family Theater, directed by Pug Bujeaud, Rubyslippers is 80 minutes of laughter. Ruby (Gabriela Tatone) is a girl of indeterminant age. She's

2019 CFC Guide

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2019 CFC Guide

CFC is your opportunity to give to local and national charities through your payroll.  Millions of dollars are donated annually. From September to December, you can choose the CFC organizations you'd like to support. Inside this guide are

Making it simple to give

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Making it simple to give

Contributing to the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is as simple as making a few strokes on a keyboard. Simply go to the online pledge portal (cascadiacfc.org) and follow the easy-to-follow guidelines.  Doing so opens the door to a full range of giving options -- payroll or annuity deduction, credit/debit card, e-check, and

Food for action

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Food for action

Every year, about 40 percent of the food produced in this country never makes it to a dinner table. Meanwhile, there are millions of Americans who go hungry. Closer to home, one in seven people in Washington state don't always have enough to eat. One in five of them are children. "Hunger

Get outside and play!

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Get outside and play!

Being outdoors is exhilarating and invigorating. "The outdoors is about freedom," Ed Bronsdon, the executive director of Outdoors for All, wrote in a news article. The organization strives to offer quality outdoor recreational opportunities to injured active-duty servicemembers, their families, and veterans. "We believe in the transformative experience that outdoor recreation provides in

The Thurston County Food Bank serves all

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The Thurston County Food Bank serves all

Saint Teresa of Calcutta, better known as Mother Teresa, once said, "If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one." This is the attitude which characterizes the Thurston County Food Bank, which last year provided food to more than 57,000 individuals. "That number is growing," food bank development director Judy

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