TACOMA – 30 Americans made its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) on September 24, 2016 and will be on view through January 15, 2017. This critically acclaimed, nationally traveling exhibition showcases paintings, photographs, installations, videos and sculptures by prominent African American artists who have emerged since the 1970s as trailblazers in the contemporary art […]
TACOMA – Drivers who use the southbound State Route 7 ramp to westbound 38th Street in Tacoma will need to use an alternate route during daytime hours on Monday, Sept. 26, and Tuesday, Sept. 27, while Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews install a drain pipe near southbound SR 7.
TACOMA – In addition to previously-announced intersection closures this weekend at Portland Avenue, Bay Street and East 28th Street, several other lane and ramp closures are scheduled to occur in Tacoma. All closures are associated with projects building Interstate 5 HOV lanes in Tacoma.
The annual Pierce County Hunger Walk brings together hundreds of people with one common goal, to raise money to feed our neighbors in need. After 36 years, this year marks the last year Associated Ministries will host the event as they pass the torch to Emergency Food Network to carry on this important work for […]
Submitted by Wally Endicott Singer-Songwriter and Northwest Legend Billy Stoops is kicking off his new collaboration in support of Kids at Hope with his first in a series of “Songs of Hope” benefit concerts. He will be inviting fellow established singer-songwritesr to join him on stage and share stories and songs.
Simon’s Tacoma Mall welcomes Cara Ritchie as the center’s new general manager. Ritchie will be responsible for local leasing, tenant relations, building operations, security and marketing efforts. Additionally, she will act as a key liaison with various community partners and strategic organizations.
Submitted by Joe Lewis Historic Fort Steilacoom will open its doors free of charge on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live! The fort will come alive as reenactors portray soldiers serving on the frontier in the 1850s. The Museum Day Live! […]
TACOMA – Drivers in the Tacoma area can expect weekend intersection and ramp closures. The closures will allow crews to pave the intersections of Portland Avenue/East 28th Street and East Bay Street/East 28th Street. The work is connected to projects to extend Interstate 5 HOV lanes into Tacoma. The work is weather-dependent and could be rescheduled.
Headshots for Hope is a fundraiser where you can get an updated, professional headshot and the money goes to support a great local non-profit, US. The minimum contribution is $40 and 100% of the proceeds will go to Sound Outreach. You will get one digital photo emailed to you, with rights to share, print and […]
When dramatist Carl Sternhelm penned his satire of German middle class morality, it was released under the title “The Giant,” because the Berlin police considered the original title to be grossly immoral. It was Germany, 1910; Wilhelm was Kaiser. He was the eldest grandson of the British Queen Victoria. This is probably the reason for […]