Submitted by John Munn. The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to present the opening show of our 79th season: The Suspenseful, High-Energy Psychological Thriller Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott.
Submitted by Symphony Tacoma The first official observance of the highly anticipated Bernstein Centennial in the Pacific Northwest. The West Coast debut of Opus X, the acclaimed crossover quartet that is putting a new spin on music from Handel to Led Zeppelin. The U.S. Premiere of Swedish composer Marie Samuelsson’s 2016 THE EROS EFFECT AND […]
TACOMA, WA (08/07/17) The debate between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones has been going on ever since they first crossed paths on the charts 53 years ago. The argument at the time, and one that still persists, was that the Beatles were a pop group and the Stones were a rock band: the boys […]
The final film event for this year’s Asian Film Fest is the action thriller “Neerja”. This award winning, action packed film is the true story of Neerja Bhanot a 23 year old flight attendant on a Pan American 747 that is hijacked by terrorists aligned with Abu Nidal. In the face of grave danger, Neerja’s […]
Submitted by Susanne Bacon It all started with a comrade’s well-made, but none too well-made cornhole board for an army event; he re-designed and created it to perfection. Or maybe it started way earlier, in school, when drawing was one of his favorite subjects. And he was good at it – that good, that he […]
After 37 years leading the Tacoma Concert Band to local, national, and international recognition, Robert Musser, the band’s founder, conductor, and Music Director, will retire following the TCB’s 2017-2018 Season. Bob’s final season leading the band will be a CELEBRATION SEASON, with four very special concerts at the Pantages Theater.
By Ed Kane, Freelance Graphics Friday evening the annual ArtsFest will kick off at Pierce College’s Cascade Bldg., fourth floor. The 3-day free event will display paintings in a variety of mediums by local artists vying for cash and awards.
Iraq Invades Kuwait, tanks and troops pour over the border. Over 160,000 Indian oil workers are suddenly trapped in the crossfire.
Submitted by Samantha McRoberts Help the untold story of Tacoma, Washington be shared with the world. Tacompton is a drama series following the lives of the people of Tacoma, Washington during the gang wars between the Bloods and Crips in the late 1980s.
Asian Film Fest coordinator Phil Raschke has announced the award winning, emotionally charged Australian film “Rabbit Proof Fence” and the Indian thriller “Airlift” are the Saturday selections for the 5th Annual Lakewood Asian Film Fest. The three day, five film event is set for Aug 11, 12, 13 at Pierce College, Fort Steilacoom campus, 4th […]