Browsing the "Downtown Tacoma" Tag

Celebrating Three Years of the Warehouse

October 19th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

It's time to officially declare The Warehouse an institution. For three years, Adam Ydstie, Katie Lowery, and Doug Stoeckicht have organized, produced, and presented incredible live music. Featuring talented musicians in venues both traditional and non, all over Tacoma and points north, The Warehouse has never disappointed


@Tacoma_WA Brightens Your Feed

September 18th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

Meet my new favorite instagram user @Tacoma_Wa and enjoy their enthusiastic, candid, and keen eye for loving and sharing Tacoma


A Gift that Keeps Giving: Tacoma Art Museum Receives 280 Works of American Western Art

July 27th, 2012 | by Tacoma Arts

The Tacoma Art Museum recently announced a major donation by Erivan and Helga Haub and family of 280 major works of American Western Art along with a contribution for a new 15,000 square foot gallery and lobby expansion to house the collection, as well as endowment funds for the care of the collection. This significant donation of iconic works will transform Tacoma Art Museum into one of the leading museums in the country featuring American Western Art.


Not Just for Strippers: The Evolution of Pole Dancing

May 15th, 2012 | by Rachel Scanlon

It wouldn't occur to most people to think of pole-dancing as a workout. They instead associate pole-dancing with strippers and strip clubs, lap-dances and champagne rooms, and oversexed, ogling men. But spend one hour on the pole at Poledello and experience a radical and rigorous perspective shift. Practicing pole can significantly increase stamina, strength, and endurance, because, as Poledello owner Noelle Wood puts it, "Pole is not for the faint of heart.”


Native Quest: Tacoma’s New Native American Cultural Center & Bookstore

January 20th, 2012 | by Lisa Kinoshita

Native Quest represents an important addition to local cultural life boasting 80,000 volumes and 6,000 titles covering all aspects of Indian history and culture. Native Quest is a great place to meet for coffee or lunch, to have a meeting, or to learn about the historical underpinnings of Tacoma and its tribes


Be of Good Cheer

November 18th, 2011 | by Katy Evans

A few of Tacoma's upcoming holiday events are too exciting to ignore and have my set my jingle bells a-jangling; my tinsel a-twisting? My carols boisterously harmonizing? My snowflakes flurry-ing



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