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March 20, 2012 at 2:35pm

MOVIE BIZ BUZZ: Harry Tchinski’s "Grimises Rising"

"GRIMISES RISING": Tiffany Black, left, and Ronda Olshefski star as vampiers - yes, there's a difference. Courtesy photo

THE DIRECTOR'S CUT >>>

"I was supposed to be done with this thing already," Tchinski tells me. "Of course, you know how things go."

Let me break it down for you: "this thing" refers to Grimises Rising, the new feature-length horror-thriller from director Harry Tchinski of Graham. After the splashes his previous film, Spaceship Terror, made in 2011 at Seattle's True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) and Tacoma Film Festival, Tchinski began shooting Grimises last October.

Then "things" happened, causing delays in production. Sometimes it's beyond even the director's control, like coordinating the schedules of over a dozen cast and crew members. But Tchinski admits to a perfectionist streak that occasionally comes alive on set.

"I'm always changing stuff, because it's never the way I like it. I'm pretty picky!" he laughs.

At least Tacoma's Freighthouse Square helped lighten his workload. Since the bulk of Grimises takes place within a haunted house, Tchinski made good use of the Square's annual Halloween attraction, Black Lake Asylum, instead of building all new sets from scratch. Five months after he began, Tchinski shot his final scene this past weekend.

Now he trades in his director's hat for another - editor - since he will personally assemble the majority of the footage, as well as design the special effects. Tchinski says he prefers doing color correction in Avid, while using Adobe Premiere Pro for the director's cut.

With the hard part over, Tchinski can look back at his progress with relief and a bit of awe. "I'm always surprised when I finish one of these things," he says. ("Things" again - he talks so casually, you would think he just completed a birdhouse rather than a feature film.) "You know what you want in your head, but the thing has a life of its own."

Hopefully we can see this Frankenstein's monster of local entertainment soon. Follow Grimises Rising on Facebook here.

Filed under: Arts, Screens, Tacoma,

March 20, 2012 at 3:55pm

I Did Your Mom Tour: Kiss and Motley Crue coming to White River Amphitheatre

OH BOY >>>

Cue the nitro-burning funny-car-style announcer. Motley Crue. The hair that launched a thousand groupies. Gene Simmons. Master of the mutant tongue and a man with a photo of nearly all the thousands of woman he's done. Two bands, and 30 hair stylists. Enough testosterone to run all the magic finger vibra-beds west of the Mississippi. Same stage. Saturday, August 18 at the White River Amphitheatre. Be there.

Ticket prices are a mystery, but they go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 24, at LiveNation.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, or charge by phone 1.800.745.3000.

March 20, 2012 at 6:33pm

COMMENT OF THE DAY: Darby's original owners still at it

ONLINE CHATTER >>>

Today's comment of the day comes from Keith Lampard, in regards to Darby's Café's Tournament of Breakfast battle, which happens to be underway here. It seems Lampard, one of the original owners of Darby's, can't get the restaurant business out of his system.

Lampard writes,

Some place most locals have not been informed of is owned by the original Darby's cafe owners, Mark and Keith. We now share a partnership with the Dickersons, owners of The Pig on Legion, of the Southbay Pub & Eatery at 3323 Southbay Rd NE. Breakfast on weekends 8:am - 2ish:pm is Mark and Keith's gig. The old duo is at it again with their bad tableside manners, eclectic decor and great home style cooking.

March 21, 2012 at 7:19am

MORNING SPEW: Eatonville evil, bridge or fancy coffee?, jump rope cam ...

TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE: Nice knowing ya, Gig Harbor.

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Who Will Play Mayor Ray Harper In The Movie Version?: Eatonville Police are freakin' going nuts with the ticket books. (News Tribune)

Pierce County Council To Dale Washam: "Pretty please ... with sugar on top." (News Tribune)

Tacoma City Council: The Sales tax to fund mental health programs is a go. (News Tribune)

Tacoma Narrows Bridge Toll: Cross it, or buy a venti mocha with two pumps of caramel and whip? (News Tribune)

Mitt Meter: Mitt Romney scored a decisive win in the Illinois primary, running ahead of Rick Santorum by double-digits. (CNN)

Generic va. Brand-name Drug?: Lawsuits aimed at generic drugs are being thrown out across the country in the wake of a 2011 Supreme Court decision. (The New York Times)

Improbable research: The highs and lows of the musical eyebrow. (The Guardian)

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame: See who's going in. (Rolling Stone)

Odd Couple: Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson have recorded a cover of Carly Simon's "You're So Vain." (MTV)

Mad Men Hype: Watch a Q&A session with the cast. (The New York Times)

Do You Need To Throw Up?: You will after watching a short film shot from a jump rope's dizzying perspective. (Geekologie)

One Tiny Hand: Why is it funny? It is funny. (Dangerous Minds)

March 21, 2012 at 7:59am

Tournament of Breakfast: Yesterday in Oly, Tacoma favs battle today

MASA: It's where you start your day with a big plate of huevos rancheros.

>>> VOTING CLOSED FOR MARCH 21 <<<

Sixty-four South Sound breakfast joints were selected and seeded by readers throughout February for the Tournament of Breakfast, which is now seven days into the competition. Brackets don refrigerators, break rooms, restaurant hallways and birdcages. Morning business meetings have been moved to restaurants. Everyone is discussing syrup flavors and waffle thickness. It's crazy fun.

Yesterday's Tournament of Breakfast Results

Here were the match-ups:

Spar Cafe (Olympia) vs. Bread Peddler (Olympia)

Ben Moore's Cafe (Olympia) vs. New Moon Cafe (Olympia) 

Cicada Restaurant (Olympia) vs. Shipwreck Cafe (Olympia)

Darby's Cafe (Olympia) vs. Quality Burrito (Olympia)

Yesterday, we predicted the Spar Café would give the bread Peddler an early run for its money, which it did. The McMenamin brothers venture exploded with an early lead. However, the Peddler, with its yummy baked goods and freakin' delicious quiche, came on strong around dinnertime. In the end, the Spar Cafe squeaked out the win by a three-vote margin. The game will no doubt be the talk on Fourth Avenue corners today.

The opposite of the above game, Ben Moore's Café and the New Moon Café were neck and neck throughout the morning and afternoon. Then, as if Edward Cullen and his pals swooped in after dark to terrorize Ben Moore's, the New Moon went on an incredible terror and grabbed an amazing 70 percent of the votes. Could it be black magic, or the Moon's fried egg sandwich? Doesn't matter now. The New Moon Café enters the second round to battle the Spar Café March 23.

Cicada is fine and dandy, even after the ownership change. Commenter jjtandcompany says the Crabcake Benedict is to die for. Commenter Roger says Cicada's staff is friendly and treats the customer right. And the Tournament of Breakfast voters say Cicada is worth sending to the second round by awarding the Northwest restaurant with Southern accents 60 percent of the votes over the Shipwreck Cafe.

Every city has a restaurant that reflects the people, the culture, the reality of the place - not the town you see in a tourism brochure, but the town that folks actually live, work and eat in. Olympia has Darby's Café. Darby's represents the city of Olympia to the tea (15 versions).  Funky, liberal, friendly, and laid-back, it's all about serving quality food in the Man's front yard. While elected officials and developers argue about waterfront condos, folks can enjoy the democratic principles of fairness, whole foods, open-toed sandals, and an odd assortment of Wizard of Oz paraphernalia in this tiny joint. And Olympia returned the favor by awarding Darby's with 70 percent of the votes over Quality Burrito, and a ticket to the next round.

Let's take a look at the stack. The following are advancing to the next round:

  • McMenamin's Spar Cafe
  • New Moon Cafe
  • Cicada Restaurant
  • Darby's Cafe

The daily breakfast battles here on Spew are sponsored by Shakabrah Java on Tacoma's Sixth Avenue.

OK, let's check out today's First Round breakfast battles. Vote for one breakfast joint per battle. Voting for today's breakfast battles ends at 11:45 p.m.




Tomorrow's Second Round Breakfast Battles

Game 1: Alfred's Cafe (402 Puyallup Ave., Tacoma) vs. Scoreboard Pub (1200 S. 224th St., Federal Way)

Game 2: Elmer's Restaurant (7427 S. Hosmer St., Tacoma) vs. Ricky J's Restaurant (6805 176th St. E., Puyallup) 

Game 3: Mystic Mocha (10220 196th St. Ct. E., Graham) vs. Poodle Dog Restaurant (1522 54th Ave. E., Fife)

Game 4: Original Pancake House (16116 Meridian E., Puyallup) vs. Johnny's Dock (1900 E. D St., Tacoma)

>>> Join us at 6 p.m. Monday, April 2 at the Meconi's Pub in downtown Tacoma for the Official Tournament of Breakfast Party - our winner will be announced during halftime of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game.

LINK: Tournament of Breakfast explanation

LINK: Hot Damn! Yes, I want the Weekly Volcano newsletter!

March 21, 2012 at 9:56am

5 Things To Do Today: Late Night Karaoke, Kim Archer open mic, Shrouded Strangers with Apache Chief and more ...

Kim Archer hosts an open mic tonight at the Harmon Tap Room.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2012 >>>

1. Shrouded Strangers is a garage-pop band that stays true to the tropes and sounds of a band labeled garage-pop, while also incorporating deliriously psychedelic elements. Nominally, the band draws influences from the more experimental side of the Beatles, among other British invasion acts. When they get weird, there's always an undercurrent of pop that keeps the lunacy grounded. Tonight the band plays The New Frontier in Tacoma with Apache Chief, Solomon and Tummler.

2. If it's classic rock you're looking for, Tatoosh will be holed up at Stonegate Pizza on South Tacoma Way - playing good ol' fashioned rock starting at 9 p.m. It's all part of what's now known as the Tatoosh Hump Day Jam at Stonegate. That's hot.

3. Wednesday night is always good for getting quizzical in the South Sound. The Harmon Brewery hosts Trivia Night with Gordon Adams, Doyle's Public House offers Knowledge Night team trivia with awesome prizes, and out at the Steilacoom Pub and Grill Steilacoom catch "Trivia with Dave." Find all the info you need right here.

4. The newly musical Harmon Tap Room on Tacoma's St. Helens Avenue welcomes local-favorite Kim Archer tonight, along with the open mic she's hosting. Should be awesome sauce.

5.There may be no better venue in Olympia to belt out the hits as the China Clipper on Fourth Avenue, which hosts Late Night Karaoke every Wednesday for the hard-drinking, hard-singing crowd. You should see this spectacle.

LINK: More arts and entertainment events in the South Sound

LINK: Live music and DJs tonight

March 21, 2012 at 10:38am

Kareem Kandi debuts new work at SOTA Thursday

KAREEM KANDI: Hit trio will perform the eight songs off his new CD, and hopefully more, Thursday at SOTA. Photo credit: Matthew McSheehy

TACOMA ARTS COMISSION REPRESENT >>>

Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Kareem Kandi got an early start playing the saxophone, picking it up at age 11 while attending Washington Hoyt Elementary. In the seventh grade at Mason Middle School, Kandi began a nine-year stint of private lessons with the great saxophonist Tracy Knoop, who molded him into a well-rounded musician, covering technique, sight-reading, theory, ear training, improvisation and composition. The solid musical foundation Knoop crafted in Kandi prepared him for many musical genres and situations: classical, jazz, funk, rock, hip-hop, bluegrass - and even recording and teaching. "He also opened my eyes to lots of great music and musicians, both through his live performances, and by introducing me to recordings of artists that I had little knowledge of at the time," says Kandi of Knoop.

This transmission of knowledge and example from older to younger players is crucial to jazz. It's what separates the genre from pop music, where 20-somethings rule the day.

Knoop's teachings inspired Kandi to teach others. Today, Kandi divides his time teaching jazz improvisation as an artist in residence at The Tacoma School of the Arts, directing the award winning student jazz ensemble at Pierce College, conducting master classes and workshops at schools around the Puget Sound area and maintaining a full load of private students.

When he isn't in front of a chalkboard you can find him in front of an audience, either with the popular world-beat folk band the Paperboys, or leading his group the Kareem Kandi Band, for which he composes and arranges most of the music. A 2011 grant from the Tacoma Art Commission permitted Kandi to compose and record six new pieces, as well as Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Something Wonderful" on the newly-release CD, See What I'm Saying.

In celebration, and to fulfill his grant promise to perform the new work in a public setting, Kandi and cohorts  - bassist Rob Hutchinson and drummer Julian MacDonough - will stage the new work Thursday, March 22 at the Tacoma School of the Arts Theater.

I caught up with Kandi to get his thoughts on the new projects and the Tacoma arts scene.

WEEKLY VOLCANO: How did you originally meet Rob and Julian?

KAREEM KANDI: I've been playing music with Julian for about 12 years. I heard him performing at a show with some friends of mine and shortly afterwards we started working together. I've been playing music with Rob for about two years. I met Rob at a jam session that I was hosting in Tacoma.

VOLCANO: Was the recording of See What I'm Saying an enjoyable process?

KANDI: We recorded the album at Sharp Nine Studios in Bellingham. It was a very enjoyable process mainly because I was working with great musicians and great engineers. We had one rehearsal to learn the material prior to recording and a few weeks later went into the studio. The session took about four hours and we did two or three takes of each of the eight songs. After recording, I took the rough mixes to Blissman studios in Tacoma and we mixed it together, which took about four hours. The entire process was very quick and professional and I am very pleased with the results.

VOLCANO: So ... What are you saying?

KANDI: Yes, the title. I end up saying that phrase a lot to my students throughout the day. Usually I am checking to make sure they really understand the material we are covering.

As for the title, I am posing the listener with the same question. With instrumental music, we don't have the luxury of lyrics that a listener can understand and relate to. If I want to write music about a particular subject or convey a certain type of atmosphere or mood, then I have to find a way to do this without the use of words. Sometimes I'm successful in getting the idea across musically and sometimes I'm not. In the end, as long as people enjoy the music and it makes their lives better, I've done my job correctly.

VOLCANO: Why did you choose "Something Wonderful" for the CD?

KANDI: I've loved the song since I was a child. I had forgotten about it and then a few years ago I saw King and I at The Tacoma Musical Playhouse. They did an excellent job and I remembered the song and now had the title. It's been on my to do list ever since and this project provided the perfect opportunity to work on it. It's a love song, but one that deals with the imperfections of love, forgiveness, and loving someone who can be hard to put with. I love the lyrics and you could easily apply them to a significant other or a family member. As a five year old I had no idea what the words meant but was drawn to the melody. Now that I'm older and have seen a bit more of life, the words have much more depth and meaning.

VOLCANO: What are you thoughts on the state of the arts in Tacoma?

KANDI: I've lived in Tacoma since 1979 and have watched the face and tone of the city change numerous times over the years.

I am of the opinion that Tacoma, now more than ever before, has an abundance of very talented and creative artists across many disciplines. At the same time it also has several strong networks of very well informed, passionate people who help promote and support the many avenues of it's art scene. It seems to me that over time the state of the arts will always be in a constant flux of having enough or not enough support. I don't ever see this pendulum changing. It will always be something that artists and the arts community will have to contend with. That being said, art and creativity always seem to find a way to survive the struggle. I think our arts scene is alive and well. It will have its ups and downs and we won't always agree, but due to our collective creativity and tenacity as a city we'll always find ways to make things work. Tacoma is the scrapper, the underdog that always seems to come out on top, and has loads of character. That's why I believe the arts here are alive and well and why I choose to live and work here.

[SOTA Theater, Thursday, March 22, 7 p.m., all ages, no cover, 1118 Commerce St., Tacoma]

March 21, 2012 at 1:14pm

Saturday: Pop-cabaret circus at Olympia's Capitol Theater

ROMANTEEK: The Olympia band will celebrate its new album, "Fairies, Death, and other Animals," below trapeze artists Saturday.

ROMANTEEK IN ONE RING, TALLHOUSE CONSORTIUM IN THE OTHER >>>

Saturday in Olympia Romanteek is back again, packing the group's unique sound of hypnotic vocals, sometimes breezy, sometimes moody melodies, layered with soul-soothing guitar riffs and dance-beat drums into the Capital Theater for an event called "All of the Shadows Open." For this performance Olympia's Romanteek will pair with another local favorite, the Tallhouse Arts Consortium - a trapeze and aerialist troupe. The two live performances will weave story, music and movement into a spectacular show for all the senses.

"It's going to be awesome," says Wes Hauffe, a performer with Tallhouse. "The music and movement and mood will carry from start to finish. We're really happy with what we've created."

The Capitol Theater's website boasts, "Set in the shadows of a dense wood, a dark heart, a deep sea, the show winds through an otherworldly soundscape."

The event also marks the celebration of Romanteek's new album, Fairies, Death, and other Animals.

Says Hauffe, "It will be a wonderful, unique event - and we're only doing it once! Don't miss it!" 

[Capitol Theater, Tallhouse Arts Consortium with Romanteek, Saturday, March 24, 8 p.m., $8 OFS Members/kids younger than 12, $12, bar with ID, 206 Fifth Ave., Olympia, 360.754.6670]

March 22, 2012 at 7:57am

MORNING SPEW: It snowed again, SWAT in Lacey, drink with George Clooney ...

AQUADOM: Neat!

WHAT WE HAVE FOUND TODAY >>>

Snow: Oh, sure. (News Tribune)

The World Is Going Bonkers, Part 54: SWAT in Lacey. (News Tribune)

Puyallup City Council: It has entered the red-light camera think tank. (News Tribune)

When Terrorist Die: Police burst into the apartment of a suspected militant accused of killing 7 people, prompting a shootout that ended with Mohammed Merah, gun in hand, jumping out a window to his death. (CNN)

Checking In with The Supreme Court: Because about 95 percent of criminal convictions arise from guilty pleas, two Supreme Court decisions represent a vast expansion of judicial supervision of the criminal justice system. (The New York Times)

Male Baldness: It's all about key protein called prostaglandin D synthase, which are elevated in the cells of hair follicles located in bald patches on the scalp, but not in hairy areas. (CNN)

Oh, Goodie: Are you excited about the remastered Smiths albums? (Paste Magazine)

This Cinco De Mayo: Drink with George Clooney. (New York Daily News)

Cyndi Lauper: She has a new reality show. (Vulture)

How Do You Know It's Spring?: These 18 photos will tell you. (Pleated Jeans)

AquaDom: The Radisson Blue Hotel in Berlin-Mitte, German is home to one of the most spectacular pieces of architecture. (Inthralld)

This Hurts Our Brain

March 22, 2012 at 8:43am

Tournament of Breakfast: Last first round matches, yesterday's results

JOHNNY'S DOCK'S SALMON BENEDICT: Enjoy it while watching boats sail by.

>>> VOTING CLOSED FOR MARCH 22 <<<

Low and behold, today marks the closing of the Tournament of Breakfast's first round. After today's battles the bracket will officially be down to only 32 area breakfast joints, and the competitions are getting fiercer by the minute. Honestly, if it gets any more exciting we'll start to understand why Dick Vitale is always yelling. Plus we'll have serious back fat.

Without wasting anyone's time with pancake issues, let's look at yesterday's results AND today's Weekly Volcano Tournament of Breakfast action, which comes from the East Region.

Yesterday's Tournament of Breakfast Results

Here were the match-ups:

Shakabrah Java (Tacoma) vs. Laura's Bayview (Tacoma)

Lobster Shop South (Tacoma) vs. C.I. Shenanigans (Tacoma) 

Masa (Tacoma) vs. Quickie Too (Tacoma)

Harmon Brewery (Tacoma) vs. Hob Nob (Tacoma)

Honestly, we're not sure why Shakabrah Java, a number one seed in this tournament, was allowed to sponsor the Tournament of Breakfast (other than the obvious reason that we need the hard cold cash), but what we do understand is Shakabrah has a following - so strong of a following, in fact, that the longtime breakfast player was able to easily defeat Laura's Bayview Cafe in yesterday's action in what amounted to a blowout. Shakabrah, after scoring 81 percent of the vote yesterday in a resounding victory, moves on to the second round. Hey Shakabrah! Thanks for help making this competition possible. Truly.

Unexpectedly, Lobster Shop vs. Shenanigans was an epic battle ... the kind of thing Tournament of Breakfast "instant classics" are made of. A surprisingly low scoring affair, with much of the action on defense, the eighth seeded Lobster Shop South and the ninth seeded C.I. Shenanigans were in a dead heat - literally tied - going into the final hour of the competition. Back at Weekly Volcano World Headquarters, Tournament of Breakfast officials frantically discussed what to do in the case of a tie? Overtime? Coin flip? See which establishment could deliver a Denver omelet to our Lakewood office the fastest? Luckily, after a late social media push on our part (we were checking our Twitter anyway ...) C.I. Shenanigans edged out the win, securing exactly 51.6 percent of the vote. This one will go down in the history books.

The Sixth Avenue Mexican restaurant Masa quickly comes to the lips of many when discussing the best South Sound breakfasts. So, perhaps it's no surprise that the restaurant frequented by families and hangover victims alike did serious damage in yesterday's action, kicking Quickie Too to the curb while garnering a respectable 62 percent of the vote. Impressive victory since Quickie Too was tied with Masa at 1:46 p.m. Masa moves on as a breakfast to reckon with in later rounds of Tournament of Breakfast action. Hold your head high Quickie Too.

Across from Wright Park, the Hob Nob offers a comprehensive breakfast menu with delectable specialties and serves it all day. Favorites include the Dungeness Crab Omelette, fresh home-baked biscuits and country "cream sausage" gravy, flavored with fennel and John's seasonings. The Hob Nob held a small lead the entire day of voting over The Harmon. Tournament of Breakfast analysts suspect the nearby D- to M-Streets Sounder construction project may have kept voters out of the Harmon camp, preferring the peaceful scenery of the popular Wright Park. Then again, those same analysts typically are shoved out of the Harmon after last call. Either way, the voters have chosen, and the Hob Nob moves into the second round to take on Masa March 26.

Let's take a look at the stack. The following are advancing to the next round:

  • Shakabrah Java
  • C.I. Shenanigans
  • Masa
  • Hob Nob Restaurant and Lounge

The daily breakfast battles here on Spew are sponsored by Shakabrah Java on Tacoma's Sixth Avenue.

OK, let's check out today's First Round breakfast battles. Vote for one breakfast joint per battle. Voting for today's breakfast battles ends at 11:45 p.m.




Tomorrow's Second Round Breakfast Battles

Game 1: Marcia's Silver Spoon Cafe (2601 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma) vs. Spring Lake Cafe (616 Regents Blvd., Fircrest)

Game 2: The Homestead Restaurant (7837 South Tacoma Way, Tacoma) vs. Babblin' Babs Bistro (2724 N. Proctor St., Tacoma) 

Game 3: McMenamins Spar Cafe (114 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia) vs. New Moon Cafe (113 Fourth Ave. W., Olympia)

Game 4: Cicada Restaurant (700 Fourth Ave. E., Olympia) vs. Darby's Cafe (211 Fifth Ave. SE, Olympia)

>>> Join us at 6 p.m. Monday, April 2 at the Meconi's Pub in downtown Tacoma for the Official Tournament of Breakfast Party - our winner will be announced during halftime of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game.

LINK: Tournament of Breakfast explanation

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