Eleven Lakes High School students’ photographs were chosen to be displayed at St. Clare Hospital in Lakewood. The students were recognized during a celebration of art on April 21.
Tacoma MusicalPlayhouse (TMP) announces the fifth show in its six show 2015-2016 season The Wiz winner of 7 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
“Noises Off,” the 1982 play by English playwright Michael Frayn, is the current production at The Lakewood Playhouse. This is a play about the harmonious camaraderie of a typical traveling theater company mounting the play, “Nothing On” and follows it on tour for several months.
Imagine a life with less: less stuff, less clutter, less stress, less debt, less discontent. A life with fewer distractions. Now imagine a life with more: more time, more meaningful relationships, more growth, more contribution, more contentment. A life of passion that is unencumbered by the trappings of the chaotic world around you. What you’re imagining […]
Tacoma – Tacoma Art Museum announces with sadness the passing of Anne Gould Hauberg, a longtime trustee, supporter, patron, and friend of the museum. A Seattle native, Hauberg was an engaging, multitalented and intrepid civic activist, philanthropist, and patron of the arts. She served as a trustee on TAM’s board of directors from 1994–2000, and […]
Washington Contemporary Ballet is proud to announce the world premiere of The Legend of Pocahontas featuring the WCB Performing Company with guest and student dancers. This new story ballet created especially for Washington Contemporary Ballet is based on the Native American tale of Pocahontas. Newly hired director Nathan Cook, a Northwest area dance instructor and […]
Tacoma –Tacoma Art Museum’s second annual Symposium of Western American Art aims to address the evolving definition of the West and its legacy in American arts. Enrich your understanding of the arts through this lively day of interdisciplinary learning and entertainment. Guest speakers include film historian Mark Harrison, artist Mian Situ, Native American scholar Scott […]
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times – it was the reign of terror. The French Revolution of 1792 gave birth to many notable literary efforts. Among them, “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens, “Les Miserable” by Victor Hugo and “The Scarlet Pimpernel” by Baroness Emma Orczy.
TACOMA, Wash. – The endangered red wolf has slowly made a comeback in its native North Carolina, but its survival remains precarious. Fewer than 50 red wolves remain in the wild, and the Red Wolf Recovery Plan is under intense scrutiny by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, which is set to decide later this […]
A visit to Lakewold should be on everyone’s “To Do” list–especially in the spring.