Submitted by Don Doman I hated the book. I was tired and didn’t want to attend my book group. I had only read part of the book, but reading the entire book is never a requirement for being in our group. I went for two reasons. I like the people and hearing their remarks. But […]
Welcome to Fall Quarter at Tacoma Community College. Classes start Monday, Sept. 25. Need help finding your way around and connecting with your fellow students? TCC’s Office of Student Engagement (OSE) has you covered! Here are the activities they have planned:
Association of Fundraising Professionals South Sound Chapter and the South Sound Planned Giving Council are thrilled to announce the 5th annual South Sound Philanthropy Summit on Friday, September 29.
TACOMA – This Friday night, Washington State Department of Transportation crews will reduce northbound Interstate 5 to a single lane. From 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22 to 5 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, crews will perform maintenance work on an overhead Variable Message Sign (VMS) located at the S. 84th St. overpass.
Submitted by Don Doman Although he didn’t graduate from Oregon State, there is an eager beaver in town. Ryan Votta wants to take on the world. He’s as serious as he is eager. He grew up in the Bay area and graduated from DeVry University (Fremont) with a Bachelor of Science degree before trading California […]
TACOMA, Wash. – Several months ago, Friday Harbor sculptor Matthew Gray Palmer knelt on the deck of the Rocky Shores exhibit at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium watching walruses.
TACOMA — Indivisible Tacoma, the University of Washington Tacoma Muslim Student Association, and Humanities Washington invite the community to an engaging conversation with Turan Kayaoglu, a member of the Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau. This free event takes place Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at TUUC at 1115 S. 56th St. in Tacoma.
Tacoma, Wash. – Come join your local elected officials as they walk (bike) a mile (actually just over 4 miles) in a Tacoma bike rider’s shoes (saddle? bike? you get it). As the number of capital investments grow in Tacoma, it is important that our city stays well connected for those of us on foot […]
Submitted by Don Doman In the 1950s it seemed to snow every winter. Not just a light dusting, but inches. Snow was always fun. I think every car carried chains. My father had an old Jeep station wagon. It had once been maroon and tan (to give it the “woody” affect), but he spray painted […]
Neil Simon is the playwright who kept community theatre alive and well from the 1960s through the 90s with his incomparable collection of 30-some laugh-a-minute plays; the prolific humorist didn’t do too bad on Broadway, TV and the movies, also! Tacoma Little Theatre proves Simon’s oldies are still goodies with the theatre’s 99th Season opener, […]