Thursday, July 27, 2017 This Week's Paper

The Things We Like


Tacoma Little Theatre’s new production, directed by Elliot Weiner, is a modern romantic comedy about marriage and that special bond between a man and his dog. Appropriate for those age 13 and up. Runs through Sept. 30. Get tickets at


The Puyallup Fair continues this week, featuring some great concerts by Jeff Foxworthy (Sept. 14), Jackie Evancho with Tacoma Symphony (Sept. 15), Enrique Iglesias (Sept. 16), Big Time Rush with Cody Simpson (Sept. 17), Doobie Brothers (Sept. 19), Jeff Dunham (Sept. 20), Pitbull (Sept. 21), Tim McGraw (Sept. 22) and Train (Sept. 23). Get tickets at


Join Tacoma Community College in a celebration of local art at The Gallery’s 10th annual Juried Local Art Exhibition. The exhibition runs Sept. 17 to Oct. 26 in The Gallery at TCC. A reception will be held in The Gallery Sept. 28 from 4-7 p.m. Fall Gallery hours are noon–5 p.m. The Gallery is located on TCC’s Tacoma campus, near the corner of South 12th and Mildred streets. To access, use the entrance just off South 12th Street between Pearl and Mildred streets.


Sept. 20 is Art Walk in Tacoma, 5-8 p.m., when galleries unveil new exhibits and admission is free at Tacoma Art Museum, Museum of Glass and more. At 301 Gallery (301 Puyallup Ave.), the paintings of Sharon Carr will be featured along with a live show of sweater coats of Lynn Di Nino. Think of this as an opportunity to buy some relatively inexpensive artwork and to see it for free. The live show "Coats of Many Sweaters" will be at 6 p.m.


Lakewood Playhouse launches its 74th season with “Sherlock’s Last Case” opening Sept. 14. Watch as Sherlock Holmes and Watson outsmart Moriarity’s son in a race against time to save Holmes’ life. Get tickets at