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Saturday, November 28, 2015 This Week's Paper

John Mayer has announced his first tour in three years, which includes a July 20 stop at the Gorge Amphitheatre at George. Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on March 30 with prices ranging from $36 to $79.50 plus applicable service charges. Find more details here.

Mayer is known for hits “Daughters,” “Your Body Is A Wonderland” and other hits and for bizarre…

Deacon Sam Daniels to be honored

A celebration of Deacon Sam Daniels for his legacy of service to the Tacoma/Pierce County community will be held at Mt. Tahoma High School, in the theater, on March 22 from 6-8 p.m., 4634 S. 74th St.

He will be honored with a proclamation from the Honorable Mayor Marilyn Strickland of the City of Tacoma and Honorable Connie Ladenburg from the Pierce County Council.

Guest speakers on the program paying tribute to Deacon Daniels will include Willie Stewart, a retired school administrator, Lyle Quasim…

Take a walk for a moment. Fear not, the journey doesn’t even require leaving your chair. It’s a virtual walk of fantasy, fiction and far-off lands.

Your guide will be Judith Cullen. The local theater veteran faced one of those “career transition” crossroads people do when they are middle aged. She wanted to continue her 25-year career in theater, but the market is what it is. Struggles are constant even in good times. So rather than just struggling in the arts world, she took her talents to the virtual one and became a storyteller in Second…

The Daffodil Festival returns to prime time

An exclusive television partnership with KING 5 Television brings The Daffodil Festival and the 80th Annual Daffodil Parade to Western Washington viewers on April 13.

The 80th annual Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Parade will be held on Saturday April 13. The Daffodil Parade is a one-of-a-kind event that travels through the four cities of Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner and Orting -- all in one day.

This year’s parade will contain more than 150 entries, including floats, bands, marching, and mounted…

City survey invites input on website usage, content development

The City of Tacoma has been working to overhaul its external website to better serve the needs of Tacoma's residents, businesses and visitors.

As part of its efforts to fully integrate a more modern design with improved ease of navigation and citizen engagement, the city's Media and Communications Office invites everyone to provide additional input through a brief web usage survey.

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