Wilson sisters will play Sept. 15 show in Puyallup.
Country rapper will perform at Steel Creek on Feb. 15.
“Pompeii: The Exhibition” takes visitors to the day a plush Roman city became entombed 2,000 years ago.
Nearly 60 costumes will be on display when EMP exhibit opens Saturday.
‘John Wick,’ ‘Dear White People’ top the DVD releases this week.
“Star Wars” has always been a part of my life. I grew up watching “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and quickly found a love for the movies as well.
Community events, shows, music and more for the next week
At a press conference Thursday in Phoenix, Perry said the 12 ½-minute show will have an “appropriate sexiness,” lions, sharks, multiple costume changes (the first of which will be “flaming hot”) and a surprise guest.
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Jennifer Lopez’s new movie, “The Boy Next Door,” is cheesier than a Chicago double-topping deep-dish pizza. From the profoundly absurd idea that anyone married to a woman who looks like Lopez would cheat on her, to the teen-age Lothario who looks older than Lopez, this movie is the culmination of a cluster of idiotic ideas.
Rick Steves sees himself as more than a teacher of travel.
Face the music: NKOTB bring their boy band hits to the Tacoma Dome.
Before the final book in her “Lunar Chronicles” publishes later this year, Marissa Meyer is bringing out a prequel to the series. On Tuesday, she will hold a book release party at Tacoma Public Library’s main branch downtown for “Fairest: Levana’s Story.”
The Town is the name of what will be Tacoma’s newest entertainment venue, housed in a renovated space that was most recently the Backstage Bar & Grill on Sixth Avenue. The three men behind the club are determined to make it a multi-genre music center.
Legally binding agreement means this will be their last tour.
The country club is a duplicate of its sister nightclub in Olympia.
The Victorian-era seaport sits at the northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula. Even in winter, with some of its attractions closed for the season, it bustles with locals and a manageable number of tourists, deftly balancing its appeal to travelers while maintaining its heritage and charm.
Porterpalooza at a Dome neighborhood brewery, a rum tasting and new hours for another Tacoma brewery.
The DVD selections out this week are hurt by uninspired writing.
Ryan Anderson carries on Grave Digger legacy with Son-uva Digger.
Events and happenings throughout the South Sound
Comedy TV series winner Rod Man performs three nights of shows at the Tacoma Comedy Club.
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium speaker introduces “Life of Pi” with talk on tiger conservation.
“Army brat” Desireé Flores uses music to cope with constant moving of military life.
It’s time to start getting caught up with movies that have Oscar potential. One of the leading contenders hits stores this week.
Singer Mathis will play the Pantages on October 8.
Tye Tribbett and other performers bring gospel and Christian music to Tacoma on Friday.
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Events and activities for the next seven days
Andrew Rivers talks about his famous dad and living in his Toyota Corolla. He’s playing the Tacoma Comedy Club
Community activities and events in the South Sound
You know how it is. The family converges for the holidays, and all is well as long as there are presents to open and a big, festive meal to eat. But if your extended family is staying past that point and you’re wondering how you’ll keep everyone entertained, never fear. Your features team has come to the rescue.
The live version of “Walking With Dinosaurs” brings the Jurassic period to Tacoma.
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It wasn’t until recently that Denise Crosby discovered how deep her roots in Washington state are.
For Sky Movement CEO Richard Penton, “dope” refers to all that is cool and awesome. And if you’re headed to the Dope Music Festival at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday, he’d like you stay focused on that definition.
Children’s book author Jan Brett has 39 million books in print, so she could jet from big city to big city on her book tours. Instead she prefers to travel by bus and visit smaller cities.
Las Vegas entertainer Gregory Popovich and his band of mostly four-legged co-stars will visit Tacoma.
There will be costume contests, with prizes for Best Doctor (classic and new), Best Companion, Best Villain, and Best Kids Costume.
“What’s special to me about the festival is that it’s a lot of families’ holiday tradition,” said cruise director Diane Driscoll, who’s been working the Christmas Ships for 10 years. “They’ll take the same cruise at the same time, bring their loved ones. It’s seeing that beauty of the magic that’s special.”
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Five acclaimed Puget Sound writers of mysteries, thrillers and chillers are coming to Tacoma’s downtown Main Library at 1 p.m. Saturday to talk about their books, the art of crime writing, and their favorite authors.
Happenings in the South Sound for the next week
Jamie Kennedy talks graboids, mean tweets and how “Scream’s” Randy might not be dead after all.
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