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October 15, 2010 at 6:36am

5 Things To Do Today: Gnarly films, birthday party, DJs and more ...

The snowboard flick "Respect Your Elders" screens tonight at the Blue Mouse Theatre. Artwork by Travis Parker.

FRIDAY, OCT. 15, 2010 >>>

1. What's almost as good as shredding some wicked powder, bro? No, not slowly depleting your trust fund on weed and North Face gear - watching others shred some wicked powder on the big screen. Luckily, beginning at 7 p.m. inside the the Blue Mouse Theatre in Tacoma, Northwest Snowboards presents two new snowboarding flicks, Respect Your Elders and Nowhere. Both films promise to be gnarly.

2. The Outfit Theatre Project presents another episode of their Joe's Diner, adding performers Matt Vancil, director of cult hit films The Gamers and the currently-airing web mini-series Journey Quest, and Tacoma's Stephanie Johnson as a musical guest. The latest update of the show promises nine different improv "games," using input from the audience, while building on character development and background storylines from the first episode. The show opens at 8 p.m. inside Tacoma Little Theatre. Read Joe Izenman's full preview here.

3. Jazzbones plays host at 8 p.m. to a giant birthday party for local rock queen Voxxy featuring her band Voxxy Vallejo with Doug Mackey on drums and Don "Big-D" Swensen on bass, along with the havy rockin' The Big Wheel Stunt Show, local comedian Toby Roberts and art by local artist Gregory Fricker.

4. The New Frontier Lounge hosts a garage/psychedelic dance party featuring DJs Chelsea Fantasia, Tarek Wegner (Night Beats) and Spencer Kelly (Basemint) beginning at 9 p.m.

5. Third Friday of the month means it's Beat Boxxx night featuring the best '80s New Wave, funk, hip-hop, freestyle and early house tunes - and righteous videos, too. At 9:30 p.m. inside the Tempest Lounge, DJs Chris Savenetti and dAb will man the decks.

LINK: New movies hit the screens today

LINK: Concerts go on sale this morning

October 15, 2010 at 7:31am

Night Moves: Wake up tonight to the sound of thunder

Frozen in Light plays Olympia's Northern club tonight.


4th Ave Ale House Olympia - Downtown. Torturebox, 46 And 2, Stonebender. 21+. 9 pm.

A Rhapsody In Bloom Florist and Cafe Latte Tacoma - Sixth Avenue. Dinner & Music Evening, featuring Beth Wood. All Ages. 6 pm. $20.

Cedarwood Dome Milton. Flash Fridays, with Kissing Girls, Reji Lefleur, Red Abbey, Direct Supply, DJ Vinnymac. 21+. 8 pm.

Harbor Greens/Forza Wine Bar Gig Harbor. Kim Archer. 21+. 8 pm. NC.

Hell's Kitchen Tacoma - Downtown. Atomic Outlaws, Mom's Rocket, High Noon Horizon, Blooddrunk Shenanigans, Sweet Root. 21+. 9 pm. NC.

  • Tonight at Hell's Kitchen Atomic Outlaws once again welcome a new voice to the fold, in the form of Calvin Muma. Who is Calvin Muma? Find out here.Bobble Tiki

Jazzbones Tacoma - Sixth Avenue. Voxxy's Birthday Party, featuring Voxxy Vallejo, Big Wheel Stunt Show, comedy by Toby Roberts, live art by Gregory Fricker. 21+. 8 pm. $5.

Kamel Toe Bar and Grill Tacoma - Parkland. Sub-Vinyl Jukebox. 21+. 9 pm.

Mandolin Cafe Tacoma - Central. Cara Francis. All Ages. 8:30 pm. NC.

Northern Olympia - Downtown. Megaton Leviathan, Echos of Infiniti, Frozen in Light. All Ages. 9 pm. $5.

Rhythm & Brews Tacoma - Downtown. Trevalyan Triangle. 21+. 8:30 pm.

Traditions Cafe and World Folk Art Olympia - Downtown. Bill Staines. All Ages. 8 pm. $8-$12.

LINK: More live music in the South Sound tonight

Filed under: Night Moves, Music, Olympia, Tacoma,

October 15, 2010 at 9:25am

The Weekend Hustle: Here comes the cold nights



Friday: Mostly cloudy, hi 58, lo 38

Saturday: Mostly sunny, hi 57, lo 39

Sunday: Mostly sunny, hi 54, lo 41


This weekend the third annual Gig Harbor Film Festival will prove once again there's plenty of life across the Narrows by welcoming a variety of locally-made films, independents, documentaries, shorts and more to the Galaxy Theatres Uptown. Upping the ante, special guests scheduled to appear at the Gig Harbor Film Fest include Hal Linden, Karen Black and an unnamed special mystery guest that's not Hal Linden or Karen Black. Awesome!


Oh, you said herpetology? Whew. Hundreds of reptile enthusiasts gather for a series of seminars and demonstrations containing homages to cold-blooded creatures this weekend. Snakes, spiders, lizards and much more featured in more than 100 exhibits, and a variety of books and supplies, slither into the Puyallup Fairgrounds for this annual event. The main attractions, however, are the giant boa constrictors. After all, who doesn't love a good cuddle at night?

  • Puyallup Fairgrounds Expo Hall, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, $7, Ninth and Meridian, Puyallup


For far too long, this country's notion of the fruits of the sea began and ended with fish sticks, or, far worse, Red Lobster.  But if you live in the Northwest and don't know your fellow salmon, shame on you.  You need a little schooling.  You need Donkey Creek Chum Festival.  The mature salmon are finding their way back to Donkey Creek so local environmental groups and fish enthusiasts will join together for a day of everything salmon, plus kayak races and art.  

  • Donkey Creek Chum Festival, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., free, 8714 N. Harborview Dr., Gig Harbor


The Weekly Volcano will join all those who worship Thor, Odin and other Norse gods Sunday at the Sons of Norway's annual Lutefisk Dinner & Bazaar.  While loaded with crafts, games and music, we really attend the festival for the food.  We will dive in to some big slabs of yummy jellied pressed fish called Lutefisk while reading from the Rigsbula: The Lay of Rig from the Poetic Edda. Afterward, we'll take a nap and dream of large sledgehammers and cute pointy helmets and enormous women shaped like huge pomegranates belting out Wagner.

  • Normanna Hall, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., $9-$18, 1106 S. 15th St., Tacoma, 253.752.8686


MATT DRISCOLL Editor and Longtime Weekend Hustle Procrastinator
Honestly, I'm not sold people care what the hell I'm doing this weekend. Also, I'm one hundred percent certain what I do on the weekend is far less glamorous or exciting than people probably assume. Does laundry excite you? Hell yeah! I have some of that shit on tap this weekend! Do trips to Target make you hot? Damn straight! I go to Target AT LEAST TWICE every weekend! Is it intriguing to you that, much like Seahawks fans, I have nearly every Sunday of the fall and winter ruined by an inept football team and its failings, only my team is called the Broncos? Well hot shit! It just happens to be true!

Also, if you really must know, there's talk in the Driscoll household of finally checking out the Gig Harbor Film Festival this year, and spending Saturday making fun of the Gaither Homecoming Tour stopped at the T-Dome. Happy now?

PAUL SCHRAG Senior Contributor
I am furiously editing the final draft of The Suppressed History of America, available in June from Inner Traditions/Bear&Co.; going dancing at an as-yet undecided Seattle spot; and interviewing people for a couple of potentially awesome Weekly Volcano cover stories. I will be listening to Nate Dogg and Lamb of God the entire time.

NIKKI TALOTTA Features Writer
This weekend I am in the holiday spirit. Decorating the house with cobwebs and candles, pumpkin carving, (or in my son's case, bumkin carving, 'cause he found one that totally looks like it has butt cheeks!) and my favorite - roasting pumpkin seeds. Yum! By the way, if anyone has any roasting recipes, I'd love to try something new. ...

JOE IZENMAN Music/Theater Critic
If you're looking for me or any of my co-workers on Friday evening after work, I suggest you try Dorky's Arcade. Possibly around the pinball or Ms. Pac-Man machines. Saturday night we might be found at the Creative Education Experiences auction in the Primo Grill event space. Sunday? Probably in a basement somewhere eating chips and playing Dungeons & Dragons with other assorted pillars of the community. It seems like something we'd do.

KRIS BLONDIN Food/Wine Writer
Heading to The Office (downtown Tacoma) for their official grand opening, and then to Seattle Saturday night for dinner at Peso's Kitchen. Sunday, nursing the hangover I'm sure.

JENNIFER JOHNSON: Lifestyle/Leisure Writer
Possibly attend a fashion designer's birthday soiree before Zombie Prom on Friday night - yay for fake blood! Saturday morning 16-mile bike ride (please no rain) followed by huge brunch at The Office Grand Opening party, then swing by Tacoma Harvest Fair at Sanford & Sons in the afternoon. Watch Reefer Madness at a Burien theater to end the night. Sunday, I will attempt to sleep in before going to church.

JOANN VARNELL Theater Critic
It's a Saturday night party hopper. First up - birthday dinner with a bacon wrapped sausage roll filled with bacon. Second - a vegan murder mystery dinner party circa 1950.

REV. ADAM MCKINNEY Features Writer
Friday, if I'm finally over this cold/flu/whatever, I'm going to head down to The New Frontier and try not to breathe on people so much. Tarek Wegner and Spencer Kelly (plus others?) will be DJ'ing, so that ought to be fun. Saturday, regardless of whether I'm healthy, I will be carving pumpkins with my friends before going to see Sugar Sugar Sugar at The New Frontier. Missed them the first time they came around, so I don't want to make that mistake again. You should pick up their album, Can't Get Enough. It's great.

Having ventured Into the Woods at Capital Playhouse, I'm ready to spend one final weekend in The Midnight Sun, where I'm currently demonstrating the Meisner acting technique's indistinguishability from making shit up.

STEVE DUNKELBERGER Meat Market Correspondent
Well, I will be out and about for Joe's Diner at Tacoma Little Theatre and then Voxxy's birthday at Jazzbones on Friday. Saturday might bring dinner at a benefit auction to aid a young East Pierce County girl with Dravet Syndrome. The benefit at the Buckley Eagles lodge will have a special performance by Aces Up! I'll end the night at the soft opening show of the Tacoma Comedy Club.

ALEC CLAYTON: Visual Arts Critic
I'm going to a Pride open house shindig.

LINK: More arts and entertainment events in the South Sound

October 15, 2010 at 1:57pm

Black Lake Haunted Asylum vs. Weekly Volcano intern

Weekly Volcano intern Julie Holt takes a nap.


When editor Matt Driscoll asked me to walk through and report on a haunted house in Freighthouse Square last weekend, I nodded enthusiastically and maybe even saluted (gung-ho intern on the job!). What I didn't have the nerve to tell my editor was that I shut down the last haunted house I visited. After I lost my buddy inside the house I launched into a full-blown panic attack (don't judge, they're a lot scarier in Canada). The operators flipped on the lights and carried me out sobbing like a toddler. So, haunted houses are kind of on my "don't ever do this again" list.

I considered backing out at the last minute (the diarrhea excuse works every time) but realized I should woman-up and confront my fears. And where better to seek therapy for my inner demons than the Black Lake Haunted Asylum?

The haunt, located on a dank corner in Tacoma's Freighthouse Square, is in its third year. The 12,000-square-foot asylum is the brainchild of Benjamin Isitt - co-producer and designer of most of the haunt's props. Isitt has been a master designer and creator of all forms of works for more than 20 years. His artistic talents have horrified viewers in the Army of Darkness and Jurassic Park movies. You can view his works here.

Isett's art is what distinguishes this haunt from any other around. As I toured the 22-room asylum, clutching the arm of manager Jay Bennett, I screamed at every corner as maniacal clowns cranked torture devices and patients turbulently convulsed. Amidst my terror, however, I was able to enjoy the intricate details of each prop. The open cavity intestinal tracts, jellied carcasses, and the congealed entrails of demon babies crawling in bloody bathtubs left me with the urge to simultaneously vomit and applaud.

From the handcrafted props to the authentic antique medical equipment, the details are spectacular. And details this intricate take time and money. This year's crew spent nearly two months setting up and owners have collectively dropped nearly 32 grand on props.

"We have an expensive hobby, but we're here to have fun, and we like to share what we have," said Bennett.

Although, the whole concept of a haunted house is about having fun, there is a serious side to the operation. Every year the Black Lake Haunted Asylum donates its profits to a different charity. "This year all the proceeds will go to Mary Bridge Children's Hospital," said Bennett.

And while the mission to raise money comes first and foremost, another very important challenge remains: to beat last year's record: five people defecated, 48 people peed their pants.

So buy your incontinent grandpa a Big Gulp and bring him to the Black Lake Haunted Asylum; help them achieve the noble goal of raising money for sick children and frightening people into making sick messes in their pants.

Manager/partner Jay Bennett, scary intern Julie Holt and photographer/partner Lugh Watermann

Black Lake Haunted Asylum

Through Oct. 31, 6-10 p.m., Friday-Sunday
$12-$18, not appropriate from children younger than 13
Freighthouse Square's basement
602 E. 25th, Tacoma

Filed under: Events, Holidays, Tacoma,

October 15, 2010 at 4:53pm

The Prefunk: Click! Family Flick


Admittedly, I'm sick. I'm snotty. My throat hurts. And I'm not even at the office today.

Yet, The Prefunk - a regular weekend primer for you and your liver - waits for no one ... not even the sick. The show must go on - and so it will.

Above you'll find the prerequisite Prefunk picture of an alcoholic household pet. Below you'll find the usual wild, intoxicated ranting the Prefunk has become known for.


Click! Family Flick: Casper @ The Grand Cinema

SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 10:30 A.M.

Really, truly, a person couldn't ask for more out of a local cable company. As gross and disgusting as the big name cable providers have become, Click! always seems to be there for Tacoma - the little guy, doing what's right. Hell! They even have billboards featuring Thane Davis and his wife, Patricia Lecy-Davis.

Direct TV, on the other hand, just has Beyonce and that gyrating "upgrade" jingle.

I hate that fucking jingle.

I'll take Click! any day.

Besides providing Tacomans with economical cable TV, however, Click! also regularly gives back and gets involved with the community.

Example: The Click! Family Flick at The Grand Cinema, an event that goes down every third Saturday morning of the month at Tacoma's favorite independent film house.

What's so cool about it?

Oh, nothing, except it offers your family a chance to go out to the movies ... for free!

That's right. Free!

This week Click! and The Grand offer up Casper, the classic family flick about the friendly but lonely young ghost who can't seem to help scaring people.

Casper, the friendly ghost / The friendliest ghost you know / Though grown-ups might
Look at him with fright / The children all love him so ... and now for free!

PREFUNK: OK, it might not necessarily be the "coolest" move in the book, but in this age of understanding surely Click! and The Grand realize the families come in all shapes and sizes. Just because you live all by yourself in some empty beer can filled apartment in the Stadium District, sleep until 3 p.m. most days all by yourself, and haven't felt the touch of another human being for at least five months (since your last yearly physical), it doesn't mean you and your collection of action figures don't constitute a family.

I say round up all the still-packaged Luke Skywalker figurines, catch breakfast at the Hob Nob, then walk on down to The Grand with your "family" (read: action figure collection) and take advantage of Click!'s free family flick

Note: The event is limited to the first hundred in attendance, so please leave the Wookie collection at home. That would be stretching it. No need to be rude.

See you next week.

Filed under: Screens, Tacoma,

October 16, 2010 at 7:55am

Short Order: Pulled pork weekend, tastings, cold remedies ...


Weekend Of Pork: Chef Charlie McManus is cooking a pig from Cheryl the "Pig Lady" this weekend at Primo Grill. Beginning today and running through Tuesday, you may enjoy a plate of slow roasted pulled pork with fingerling potatoes and caper mint salsa verde. Primo recommends a glass of Walla Walla's Cougar Crest Dedication red blend to go with it. Oh, and don't forget their bolognese pasta!

Beet Tasting: Shawn Sheeran of New Belgium Brewing will visit 99 Bottles in Federal Way) from 4-6 p.m. today. Taste five beers for $2.50.

Wine Tasting: Water To Wine in Gig Harbor will be pouring new wines from Washington for a tasting 2-5 p.m. today.

Future Things Are Coming: Ravenous Restaurant (785 Broadway, Tacoma) will hosts a South African wine tasting dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18. The cost is $50 per person. Reserve your space at 253.5723.6374.

Food Matters: A grandmother's old-school cure-all staves off sniffles, but ranges in taste from strong to foul - and that's sort of the point

LINK: 50 local dishes you should try

LINK: Wine tastings today!

October 16, 2010 at 8:21am

5 Things To Do: TV loses today

Arabs and Kurds, Christians and Muslims, Americans and Iraqis from distinct cultures combine forces to put on gala shows in the film "Camp Unity."

SATURDAY, OCT. 16, 2010 >>>

1. The Gig Harbor Film Festival continues today at the Galaxy Uptown Theatres. Be sure to catch Camp Unity, an award-winning documentary about Iraqi youth uniting through hip-hop, jazz, orchestra, and Broadway at an American Arts Academy in Kurdistan, at 1:05 p.m.

2. The Northwest Repertory Singers, in conjunction with Arts Crush, provide produce picking music at the Proctor Farmers Market beginning at 10 a.m.

3. Sanford and Son Antiques hosts the Tacoma Harvest Fair from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. loaded with baked goods, gourds, jam and pickled veg competitions, Most Awesome Mustache Contest, Greater Tacoma Mutt Show, Best Pansy Container Garden, Mr. and Miss Tattoo Tacoma and much more. The entire thing is rather tongue in cheek, and meant to be a fun celebration of Tacoma.

4. Painter Christopher Mathie will offer a high-energy, fast paced painting performance from 6-8 p.m. inside Mavi Contemporary Art. Twelve-string guitarist Sam Weis will keep the energy elevated.

5. The Fall Fashion Lore Runway Show (presented by urbanXchange) will go down at King's Books in Tacoma beginning at 7:30 p.m. Promising that they've been, "stockpiling extraordinary goods for a month now," and that these stylish-goods will "explode on Tacoma this Saturday night in a delicious display of style inspiration," the show will no doubt be one of the truly boffo events of the weekend. Even better, local-favorites Basemint will plug in along with Nicolas Hartzell.

LINK: Concerts go on sale today

LINK: More arts and entertainment events in the South Sound

October 16, 2010 at 9:05am

Night Moves: Hunting Grounds, Apche Chief, Deadwood Revival, Randy Hansen, Basemint, Sugar Sugar Suger, Leo Kottke and more ...

Deadwood Revival plays Doyle's Public House tonight.


4th Ave Ale House Olympia - Downtown. Pariah's Revolt, Severed Few, Psylem. 21+. 9 pm.

Bob's Java Jive Tacoma - Central. Oh Dear, Hunting Grounds. 21+. 8 pm.

  • Seattle four-piece Hunting Grounds are in a state of flux. Their already multifaceted sound is about to take an evolutionary leap with the departure of singer Mike Ensor, whose vocal contributions added an unmistakable New Wave vibe to the band's genre-bending indie rock songs. Now remaining members Todd Bernier (guitar, vocals), Jeremy Clemens (guitar, vocals), John Warner (drums, vocals) and new addition Jeff Smith (bass, vocals) aim to renew their focus on songwriting and recording. You'd think having four songwriters (let alone four vocalists) in one band would lead to tension - but if dialectics have taught us anything, it's that conflict begets change, and change is very much on the horizon for this gang of 30-somethings: their show at Bob's Java Jive will be their last under the name Hunting Grounds. Truly, there's no shortage of local bands drawing on the halcyon sounds of '90s alternative, but Hunting Grounds have a vibe all their own; mercurial though it may be, it's "change you can believe in." - Jason Baxter

Cedarwood Dome Milton. Smokin' Saturdays, with Shanta Louise, Red Abbey, Michael Harris, Anna Mercury. 21+. 8 pm.

The Charleston Bremerton. Apache Chief, Sea Of Misinformation, The Kleeners. All Ages. 7 pm.

Doyle's Public House Tacoma - Stadium District. Deadwood Revival. 21+. 9:30 pm. NC.

Hell's Kitchen Tacoma - Downtown. Stabwound, Oceans Of Red, Plague Ships, Deathbed Confessions, Perfect Janice. 21+. 9 pm. $5.

The Hub Tacoma - Stadium District. Fingertips. 21+. 9 pm. NC.

Jazzbones Tacoma - Sixth Avenue. Randy Hansen, Dream On. 21+. 9 pm. $8-$10.

King's Books Tacoma - Stadium District. Fall Fashion Lore. Basemint will be playing live. All Ages. 8 pm. $8.

Le Voyeur Café and Lounge Olympia - Downtown. Party Photographers. 21+. 9 pm.

The New Frontier Lounge Tacoma - Dome District. Sugar Sugar Sugar. 21+. 9 pm.

Rialto Theater Tacoma - Downtown. An Evening With Leo Kottke. All Ages. 8 pm. $30-$50.

  • There are few, if any, guitarists like Leo Kottke. An acoustic fret master, tickling both the six and 12 string varieties, Kottke's blazing licks have inspired guitarists worldwide for nearly the entire length of his legendary four-decade career. With a wry, almost comical approach to life and songwriting, mixed with unfathomable skill, Kottke is one for the ages. His stop at the Rialto Saturday should follow suit. – Michael Swan

Uncle Sam's American Bar & Grill Spanaway. Corson Swift & Friends. 21+. 9 pm.

LINK: More live music tonight in the South Sound

Filed under: Night Moves, Music, Olympia, Tacoma,

October 16, 2010 at 9:20am

Pierce County quality of life update


An employee demoted by Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer Dale Washam filed a $750,000 damage claim against the county. "And so my power grows," says Stacy Turnpike, Queen of Beer Pong.

Filed under: News To Us,

October 16, 2010 at 9:11pm

Tacoma medical marijuana "dispensaries" under attack


Medical marijuana patients and their caregivers were stunned Friday, Oct. 15, when several of Tacoma's so-called marijuana dispensaries were served cease and desist orders from the City of Tacoma's Tax & Licensing Division. The orders, with carbon copies to Tacoma Police Department Chief Don Ramsdell and Lt. Shawn Stringer, included what appears to be the City of Tacoma's declared official stance on patient cooperatives operating in Tacoma, some for over a year.

Patient co-ops were given until Oct. 24 to close up or face revocation of their Registration and Annual Business License, which may include fines and penalties up to and including criminal prosecution. One co-op operator said he was told by city officials that they would face police raids if they didn't comply with the order.

City of Tacoma officials have not responded for comment yet as the cease and desist orders were served on Friday, and the Weekly Volcano did not learn of them until after regular business hours. 

Director of C.O.B.R.A. Medical Group Emiel Kandi, who met with state lawmakers today to discuss medical marijuana issues, issued an official statement in response to the letter that arrived in his Post Office box.

"You have no right," he writes. "The people of the State of Washington have already spoken. The people passed Initiative 692 over a decade ago. The people have recognized the usefulness and necessity of cannabis for medical purposes, why can’t you? You began with a hands-off policy by law enforcement, allowing these types of businesses and patient-cooperatives to open and flourish. You then tried using scare tactics to convince us that we should go away, once you had changed your minds. Now you attack us using a legally flawed interpretation of a state law designed to help the most vulnerable. You should be ashamed."

Proponents of medical marijuana have issued a call to arms of sorts, asking local supporters to attend the City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 19.

LINK: Medical marijuana in Pierce County

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