The Daily Mash-Up

Wednesday, May 04, 2016 This Week's Paper

Maroon 5 may have just headlined Seattle's KeyArena on March 11, but local fans won't have to wait very long to see Adam Levine and co' again.

The chart-topping pop band – best known for “This Love,” “Move Like Jagger” and other hits – will return to Washington and headline Quincy's Gorge Amphitheatre on Sept. 28. Maroon 5 will be the main attraction at this year's Honda Civic Tour,… Read More

Alabama will bring “Feels So Right,” “The Closer You Get” and other smash hits to the Western Washington Fair. The iconic country band will headline Puyallup's Washington State Fair Events Center (formerly the Puyallup Fair & Event Center) on Sept. 16, organizers announced today.

The show – part of the band's Back to the Bowery Tour - will start at 7:30 p.m. that day. And tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on April 6, with prices ranging from $35 to $95. Learn more,… Read More

PLU basketballers set to take on ‘horse’ challenge

Emergency Food Network is tipping off the growing season with a battle to determine which species is superior, the horse, or the college basketball player.

On April 6, teams of drivers and plow horses from Hames & Tugs Draft Horse Club will compete against the Pacific Lutheran University basketball team to see which group can plow the most land at EFN's Mother Earth Farm. Their competition will have the added benefit of helping to ready the field for spring planting.

Emergency Food Network operates the eight-acre Orting… Read More

During a recent interview with Duff McKagan, the superstar bassist talked extensively about hidden Northwest rock gem Jeff Angell, wondering why his Walking Papers band mate wasn’t yet “an internationally beloved dude.” It’s something that was on a lot of our minds last night as the Tacoma native put his considerable talents and bottomless swagger on display during Walking Papers’… Read More

Sound Transit to host open house on Tacoma Link expansion

Sound Transit will conduct an open house on Thursday, April 11 from 4-7 p.m. at the Tacoma Dome Station, 424 East 25th Street. The event is part of an alternatives analysis to seek public input on additional corridor alternatives for a potential project to expand the 1.6-mile Tacoma Link system that now operates between the Tacoma Dome and Theater District stations.

The open house follows a request by the City of Tacoma for Sound Transit to evaluate a "hybrid" corridor as the agency prepares to identify one or more corridor alternatives that could potentially advance to the environmental… Read More

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