Local artist and middle school science teacher, Maria Jost, has brought her ecologically tinged creative sensibilities to the streets since 2009. This month marks the debut of “Figure Ten: Polystichum munitum,” her tenth print in the Street Botany series. Says Maria:
“The Street Botany prints stem from the world of ecology, but toy heavily with the boundaries of academic discipline. I am indeed a product of scientific training, and I hope my artwork speaks ecological truth. But frankly, I also think science (yes, all of it) would much benefit from more attention to style.”Read article
Thanks to ongoing policy discussions at City Hall and the support of Historic Tacoma, our city’s historic structures may begin to play a more active role in our economy and culture through an innovative business model.Read article
It may very well be a fact that the majority of vegans suffer tremendous sweet teeth to the point where they created their own day, World Wide Vegan Bake Sale Day, just to celebrate all treats baked in the vegan way. Or perhaps it’s a devious tactic to win more sympathizers to their cruelty-free agenda. Either way, stop resisting.Read article
Five nights, three venues, and over thirty bands – all for you at the Squeak and Squawk Festival, Tacoma!