An overview of the history of printmaking by Janet Marcavage, leading to a focused discussion of Pablo Picasso’s innovative work in this media. Marcavage is a Tacoma-based printmaker, and Associate Professor of Printmaking at The University of Puget Sound.
This year’s June 26th date will include 30 and 50 mile marked routes. The 12 mile route is designed for families or for those new to biking. Start the ride between 7:30am-11:30am. All routes include maps and cue sheets, map my ride QR codes, a rest stop with refreshments, and rest rooms. The ride starts and […]
TACOMA, Wash. – The Rev. Jen Rude will join Pacific Lutheran University as university pastor on August 1, 2016. Rude comes to PLU from Chicago, where she most recently served as program director for Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries, and as a colleague in ministry at Grace Lutheran Church in Evanston, Ill.
Parkland Eye & Vision will host a Grand Opening for their new office (223 140th St S, Suite 500, Tacoma, WA 98444) on Wednesday, May 18 (4-6 pm). Meet staff, tour the new facility and win door prizes.
Rae Linda Brown, Ph.D., will join Pacific Lutheran University as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs on August 1, 2016. Brown comes to PLU from Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles, where she most recently served as associate provost for undergraduate education.
By Laura Stewart The four phases of the economic history of Renaissance Europe will be the topic of this Learning Is ForEver lecture. This fun and informative class will explain how Europeans set the stage for spectacular achievements in art, architecture, science, and technology. Dr. Michael Halvorson, Associate Professor of History at Pacific Lutheran University, […]
Parkland Eye & Vision moved to a new office at 223 140th St S, Suite 500, Tacoma, WA 98444. The new office is just South of Key Bank, just off Pacific Avenue in the same complex as DaVita, Elite Physical Therapy and Comfort Dental.
Remember the 1980’s when women’s bouffant hair was held up with about a can and a half of lacquer? Spanaway Lake High School gives audiences a chance to relive the days of wrapping toilet paper around those enormous towers of hair before going to bed for the night, hoping the style would remain the same […]
Although Murrelets are commonly seen along the northwestern coast of the U.S. and Canada, their nesting habits were virtually unknown until the 1970’s. Whereas other seabirds commonly nest in colonies on isolated rocky cliffs, it was discovered that these plump, web-footed birds fly to coastal forests to lay a single egg on a mossy branch. […]
Three Republican candidates hoping to replace the outgoing Pierce County Executive will speak at the monthly meeting of the 28th District Republican Club at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at the Cloverleaf Restaurant. Club members and the public are invited to hear State Sen. Bruce Dammeier, former member of the Washington Legislature Larry Faulk, and […]