Visit your local Tillicum Pierce County Library—at the Tillicum/American Lake Gardens Community Center—for FREE events for all ages. We look forward to seeing you.
Meet local author Brandon Stogsdill at 7 p.m. on March 10 at Lakewood Pierce County Library, 6300 Wildaire Road S.W.
Stogsdill discusses the true life events written about in his book “The Boy with the Gun: From Incarceration to Higher Education.” He went from being a troubled kid and imprisoned felon to a college graduate, successful counselor and author.
The Tacoma Buddhist Temple will cook up a mix of traditional and contemporary Japanese food at the 52nd Annual Sukiyaki Dinner on Sunday, March 2, 2014.
The fundraiser’s headline dish is sukiyaki, a one-pot meal of thinly sliced beef, saifun noodles, tofu, green onions and other veggies, all lightly sautéed in a flavorful broth. Temple members prepare the sukiyaki to order within view of diners.
Lock twelve men of diverse backgrounds in a cramped room on a hot New York summer day and watch the emotions rise to match the mercury in the thermometer.
Playwright Reginald Rose has successfully drawn this picture in his powerful play, “12 Angry Men,” the current production at the Lakewood Playhouse.
All concerts start at 7:30 p.m. in the Building 2 Auditorium at Tacoma Community College. Concerts are free and open to the public. Donations accepted.
- Feb. 28: TCC Orchestra with Darrin Thaves, Flute Soloist
- March 6: TCC Choirs, led by Dr. Anne Lyman and D’jhan Christos-D’Arby. Featuring student soloists.
- March 7: TCC Symphonic Band with Sara Mayo, Trombone Soloist.
“Hello! And welcome to OKKK Radio!”
Those are the opening words of “Tuna Does Vegas,” by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard.
TACOMA, Wash.— Multiple Grammy Award winner Howard Levy will be the University of Puget Sound Jazz Band’s guest artist on Wednesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Schneebeck Concert Hall on campus.
Levy is an acknowledged master of the diatonic harmonica, a superb pianist, innovative composer, recording artist, bandleader, teacher, and producer. A resident of Chicago, he regularly performs across the United States and internationally.
TACOMA, Wash. – We’re All People, Bates Technical College’s Black History Month event, will feature award-winning performance poet Joshua Bennett on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Downtown Campus, 1101 S. Yakima Avenue in Tacoma.