Written By: Zoe Branch


The Rich History of McMenamins Elks Temple

The wait is finally over: The 103-year-old building opens to the public next week after sitting vacant in downtown Tacoma for 33 years. The gorgeous

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Lower Your Home’s Carbon Footprint with Four Simple Steps

April is Earth Month, and one of the easiest ways you can love the Earth a little better starting today begins with making your home

microphone comedian George Lopez

George Lopez to Perform in Shelton April 18

George Lopez, the noted comedian, actor, writer, and producer, is coming to Little Creek Casino on April 18. At 6 and 9 p.m., he’ll be


Fashion is ART at the Tacoma Art Museum

Tacoma Art Museum's fashion show on March 30 featured a wide range of looks from PNW designers.


Donations Now Open for Library Giving Day

Tacoma Public Library will join more than 70 libraries across the country for Library Giving Day.

Rebels & Lovers

Tacoma Boutique is Fashion-Forward for All

Rebels & Lovers relocate to Tacoma, which resulted in a shift in its vision.


Louder Than a Bomb Poetry Slam Wraps Up in Tacoma

The teen poetry slam finished up on Saturday night with a final competition at Alma Mater.

Litter Clean Up

Don't Be a Litter Bug

A longtime Kent resident decided to do something about the city's litter problem.

Danny Najera

Saving Our Bees

Green River College biology professor Danny Najera has spent his adult life researching honey bees.


The Changing Face of Recycling

Here’s a look into how the City of Tacoma is dealing with a complex shift in a decades-old system.

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