The Daily Mash-Up

Thursday, May 25, 2017 This Week's Paper

Here's another clip from MxPx's 21st anniversary set Saturday night at Jazzbones. In this one, they romp through "Aces Up" and "Screw Loose," two cuts from last year's "Plans Within Plans" album. Check it out, then read our show preview to learn how Mike Herrera talks about his plans to follow up "Plans."

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MxPx play

One of the hottest tickets in T-town over the weekend was MxPx's anniversary bash Saturday night at Jazzbones, a sweaty, sold-out set that featured highlights from the band's first 21 years. Here's some of the action from the early set.

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On Friday, Dec. 6, Tacoma shoppers can support one of Tacoma’s two public Montessori schools, view Geiger Montessori’s beautiful new building, and take part in fun, family friendly winter crafts at Geiger Montessori’s annual Winterfest.
Each year, Winterfest features a bazaar of holiday vendors, affordable refreshments, and a selection of crafts created by students. This year, Winterfest moves to a new, Friday evening time and offers new booth sizing and pricing options for vendors. Once again, vendor space is sold out, and organizers are expecting another successful… Read More

LeMay-America’s Car Museum to debut new Family Zone next week

LeMay-America's Car Museum will launch a new kid-friendly learning hub, dubbed the Family Zone, on Dec. 14. The Zone will feature five stations that will allow young car enthusiasts to race pinewood cars, learn how automobiles work, take driving simulations, race pinewood cars and more.

“The Family Zone is specially designed to provide the younger generation of car enthusiasts a means to experience the joys of the road in both fun and educational ways,” LeMay president and CEO David Madeira said in a statement issued this… Read More

City of Tacoma to Provide One-Stop Local Business Licensing and Tax Filing With File Local

Next fall, when businesses in Tacoma want to get a local business license or pay their local business and occupation taxes, they’ll be able to do it at File Local is an online multi-city business license and tax portal that was created through a cooperative effort by the cities of Tacoma, Seattle, Bellevue and Everett. File Local will offer businesses an easier way to pay taxes and get business licenses.

“File Local will streamline processes for businesses significantly, making things more intuitive and more efficient for them,” said Finance Director Andrew Cherullo.… Read More

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