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A Must See: Parkland is Burning!!!!!

September 9th, 2011 | by Jill Sanford

On September 15th, Fulcrum Gallery is opening its doors and presenting Chantry to Tacoma with an up-close-and-personal exhibit that promises to a memorable opportunity to experience these aggressive designs

That Day: A 9/11 Remembrance

September 5th, 2011 | by Lagusta Yearwood

Lagusta Yearwood, a vegan chef and chocolatier, originally wrote this piece September 10, 2008. Originally posted in 2011, Post Defiance again shares this work to commemorate September 11, 2001. As we think back on that day, now more than ten years ago, it is impossible to ignore the difference of our west coast experiences of confusion and menace to that of a New Yorker, struggling with the inconceivable and immediate terror and horror of the event. When we found Lagusta Yearwood's piece, we knew we were reading something important - something to return to year after year. Her perspective, her life, her age, all resonate, heightening our compassion and sadness for all that happened on September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 miles away

Find tastemakers, outfitters, and artists at Tacoma is for Lovers

August 16th, 2011 | by Katy Evans

The Tacoma is for Lovers fair has grown exponentially from a humble gathering of a handful of talented artists and crafters to a bustling, much-anticipated event featuring a rotating roster of dozens of talented local artists and hundreds of alluring, one-of-a-kind creations

Film Review: Another Earth

August 16th, 2011 | by Raye Watts

Showing now at Tacoma's Grand Cinema. Another Earth is a film primed to usher the Donnie Darko generation into a sentimental middle age

Romantic Comedies – What’s to Love?

August 10th, 2011 | by Katy Evans

There is a soft spot in my heart that compels me to watch Sleepless in Seattle whenever I’m channel surfing. I see this not as weakness, but as devoted appreciation for very specific components of successful Romantic Comedy

The Warehouse: Giving Music A Home

July 20th, 2011 | by Daniel Rahe

This Tacoma-based company is quietly making its mark by turning the notion of "underground" on its head and engaging the community and artists in a bold synthesis of freedom and hospitality.

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