The Daily Mash-Up

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 This Week's Paper
Celebrate Fire Prevention Week 2013 with a tour of your neighborhood fire station

Tacoma residents can celebrate Fire Prevention Week by visiting six neighborhood fire stations from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12. This year’s theme, “Prevent Kitchen Fires,” encourages everyone to team up and spread the message that fire safety saves lives!

Equipment will be on display and firefighters will answer questions about escape planning, fire safety and disaster preparedness.

The following six stations will host open houses:

Station 3 - 206 Browns Point Blvd, NE Tacoma Station 4 - 1453 S. 12th (Earnest S Brazil St), Hilltop Station 11 - 3802 McKinley Ave., McKinley… Read More

Orca Relief Citizens’ Alliance is getting the word out that on Wednesday evening, Oct. 9 (and twice more on Thursday, Oct. 10), Q 13 Fox News will be airing a special follow-up program to their 2011 Emmy nominated "Orcas: Loving Them to Death?"
The show will be aired on Wednesday at 10 p.m. and Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. The show is also available at those same times on Fox via streaming to your computer at
To learn more about Orca Relief Citizens’ Alliance, visit

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Join the Green Tacoma Partnership (GTP) on Saturday, October 12 for a fun-filled morning of restoration work, Fall Tree Festival, Arbor Day activities and more as we celebrate the sixth annual Green Tacoma/Arbor Day. This is the second year in which Tacoma’s Arbor Day has combined efforts with Green Tacoma Day, providing Tacoma residents more opportunities to volunteer. All are welcome and no experience is necessary for participation in restoration and tree-planting projects.

Green Tacoma Day is an annual celebration of GTP’s work restoring 1,881 acres of public green space, while… Read More

Grand Cinema's Tacoma Film Festival kicked off last night with “G.B.F.” And among today's most intriguing options is “Go with Le Flo,” a German and French romantic comedy produced by Robyn Rosenkrantz and director Michael Glover, a couple that began their creative partnership as folk duo Bright Blue Gorilla. You can check out the film's opening sequence in the video below and read more about how… Read More

Tacoma singer-songwriter Stephanie Anne Johnson will headline Triple Play tonight, fresh off her appearance Tuesday night on NBC-TV's hit talent show "The Voice." She earned a spot on Team Christina with her sassy performance of K.T. Tunstall's "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree," which may or may not show up amid the tunes she's playing from her original, new album "Hollatchagurl" tonight. Music starts at 8 p.m. and the cover is charge is $5.

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