Elegant art, enticing experiences and engaging philanthropy will all be on offer at The Evergreen State College’s Art of Living fundraiser on Saturday, February 20. Evergreen alumni, faculty and friends will gather at the Hotel Murano to support scholarships for Evergreen students. The seventh annual Art of Living fundraising dinner and auction will feature nationally […]
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Crab Louis wasn’t on the menu Sunday night down Titlow Beach, so Shirley Seagull brought her own ingredients.
TACOMA, Wash. – Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department will help all county residents who qualify get health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The most recent deadline to sign up for coverage was Jan. 31, but some people may qualify for special enrollment.
Construction of Tacoma Power’s community solar project has begun, and customers can buy solar units starting Feb. 23. The utility will build four, 75-kilowatt solar arrays on its warehouse roof at 3628 S 35th St.
LAKEWOOD, Wash. – A nationally recognized authority in community college education, Dr. John E. Roueche, will speak at Clover Park Technical College’s Lakewood campus Feb. 5. Focusing on “Student Success is Everyone’s Responsibility,” Dr. Roueche will engage with staff and faculty from both CPTC and Bates Technical College as part of a partnership in-service day […]
TACOMA, Wash. – RENT, the Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical that thrilled New York audiences for more than a decade, will be staged at University of Puget Sound this spring, marking 20years since the play first opened on Broadway.
Sen. Steve Conway, D- South Tacoma, will join constituents over the phone at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3, for a telephone town hall. Constituents will hear a brief overview of what’s happening in Olympia and have the ability to ask their state senator questions and hear answers in real time.
TACOMA – After a five-year run, Morgan Jewelers on South 37th near the Tacoma Mall will say so long to Tacoma and shut the doors after a liquidation sale which commences on February 3 and runs until all merchandise including diamonds, wedding sets, watches, pendants and display cases are gone.
Business owners in Washington are responsible for knowing which taxes to report. To help them, the Washington State Department of Revenue (Revenue) is hosting a free workshop for new and small business owners in Tacoma on Feb. 10.