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Whaling it up at the Foss Waterway Seaport

Tacoma’s about to get its first completed humpback whale skeleton – and the public is invited to celebrate at a free third Thursday evening at the Foss Waterway Seaport. The whale, newly assembled and hung overhead by Stadium High School students, will be on full view along with holiday lights and historic canoes, and the evening will include a choir singalong concert, new sculpture and kids’ science activities.

Arts & Culture

Review: Two gals take over ‘A Tuna Christmas’

Since the two-man play “Greater Tuna” was born three decades ago it’s become a community theater staple. This month, Kitsap County’s fringe Changing Scene Theatre Northwest takes on “A Tuna Christmas” in the basement of new Tacoma Musical Playhouse venue, The Spire.

Celebrities

Rookie Report: Dallas' Elliott, Prescott command headlines

Hall of Fame general manager Bill Polian says a draft class can't be fully measured until after their fourth season. As this year's rookies prepare to hit the home stretch of their first regular season, one early assessment is crystal clear: Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott have been something special.

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The magic of singing with Sonoro women's choir

As Sonoro Women's Choir rehearse their Christmas concerts in Tacoma and Lakewood, they're not alone. With a shortage of male singers, many U.S. choirs are turning all-female. The result is a spine-tingling, angelic tone — and a tight-knit family of singers.
Rosemary Ponnekanti rponnekanti@thenewstribune.com
The magic of singing with Sonoro women's choir 1:48

The magic of singing with Sonoro women's choir

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All aboard! Full steam holiday cheer on the Mt. Rainier Polar Express

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Puyallup business owners at Arista to support owner

Mary Bridge Hospital's Festival of Trees 1:55

Mary Bridge Hospital's Festival of Trees