The Daily Mash-Up

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 This Week's Paper
Walk Tacoma’s Historical Brewery District

On Wednesday, May 15, Downtown On the Go will be holding a free Brewery Walk from 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. led by Michael Sullivan, local Historian with Artifacts Consulting. The walk, sponsored by Union Bank, will highlight the history of Tacoma’s Brewery District along a 1.5 mile route starting at the top of the UWT stairs at S. 19th & Jefferson. After the walk, participants are invited to enjoy a beer at one of Tacoma’s local breweries, the Harmon Brewery & Eatery. There is no need to pre-register for the event, simply join us at the meeting spot.

The Brewery Walk is part of… Read More

At 9:16 a.m. on May 9, Tacoma firefighters from stations 2,8,9,11,12 and 15 responded to a reported dryer fire at 2102 E. George St.

The first arriving engine company reported dark smoke and flames showing from the back of the house. Crews attacked the fire that had spread throughout the laundry room, searched to confirm no one was inside the structure and ventilated the smoke.

All occupants were able to escape safely and there were no injuries to report.

The cause of the fire was an mechanical malfunction of a clothes dryer, resulting in an estimated $17,000 damage to the… Read More

From “Aliens” and “Beverly Hills Cop” to “Mad About You,” Paul Reiser has been a force in American pop culture since the early '80s. This year, he's been getting back to his standup comedy roots with an act he'll bring to Tacoma's Pantages Theatre on May 17. And he checked in with Tacoma Weekly to promote that show yesterday.

Reiser hasn't been very active onscreen… Read More

Thunderfest set at Mount Tahoma

Mount Tahoma High School will hold its third annual Thunderfest from 4-7 p.m. on May 16. Thunderfest is a student showcase that highlights many of the career and technical programs at the school within the format of an arts, science and technology fair.

The event will include a classic Thunderbird car show featuring a special “zentangled” car hand painted by art and design students. Musical performances will be provided by Max Karler’s jazz and band students. Pick up a plant for a belated Mother’s Day present. The student store will be pen.

A student film festival will… Read More

Pierce Library nationally noted by First Lady

First Lady Michelle Obama presents the National Medal for Museum and Library Service to Pierce County Library System in a White House ceremony Wednesday.

Accepting the award were community member Jo Cruz and Pierce County Library System Executive Director Neel Parikh.

The National Medal is the nation’s highest honor conferred on museums and libraries for service to the community and celebrates institutions that make a difference for individuals, families, and communities.

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