Editor's Choice

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 This Week's Paper

Our selection of some of the most recent and compelling articles on TacomaWeekly.com

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Modest Mouse, Built to Spill to “do the Puyallup”

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Published in the Tacoma Weekly

Northwest indie-rock heroes Modest Mouse and Built to Spill are headed to the Washington State Fair. The bands – hailing from Issaquah and Boise, Idaho, respectively – will share the stage at the Fair's 11,000-seat grandstand on Sept. 21, with show time set at 7:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 1, with prices ranging from $58 to $85. Click here for further… Read Full Story

Tacoma golf legend Ken Still passes away at 82

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Published in the Tacoma Weekly

The Tacoma and South Sound sporting world is mourning the passing of one of our own this week. Kenneth Allan Still (February 12, 1935 – March 19, 2017) has passed away at the age of 82 and the world is a little lesser because of it. However, the impact Still had upon the world of golf, especially here in the Tacoma area, will hold strong for generations to come.
Born in Tacoma, Still graduated from Clover Park High School, and decided… Read Full Story

If art is life, Dan Hill discovered his with a camera – and The Spar

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By Larry LaRue

Dan Hill had to face an awful truth as a student at the University of Puget Sound.
It was the '60s, and he'd graduated from Stadium High School then began his college career as an art major.
“As an artist, I had a great eye,” Hill said. “But I was never a great draftsman. I could see what I wanted to do but not quite get it there the way I saw it.”
Hill took up photography and loved the medium. Again, reality put a… Read Full Story

Weekly Rewind (Eric Church, Helms Alee, Soul Revue and more)

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Published in the Tacoma Weekly

Another epic week of music is in the books, and Tacoma Weekly photographer Bill Bungard was there to capture all the action. Click through the gallery to check out his images from Eric Church, Chris Botti, Big Business, Walter Trout and "The Soul Revue." 

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TACOMA’S HOT TICKETS March 16 – 31

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Published in the Tacoma Weekly

THURSDAY, MARCH 16 – SOCCER
Bonney Lake vs. Mt. Tahoma
Mt. Tahoma Stadium – 6:30 p.m.

THURSDAY, MARCH 16 – SOCCER
Stadium vs. Lakes
Harry Lang Stadium – 7 p.m.

THURSDAY, MARCH 16 – SOCCER
Spanaway vs. Wilson
Stadium Bowl – 7:15 p.m.

FRIDAY, MARCH 17 – SOCCER
Graham Kapowsin vs. Curtis
Curtis Viking… Read Full Story

Weekly Rewind (John 5, Blue Oyster Cult and more)

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Published in the Tacoma Weekly

When rock happens in Tacoma and surrounding areas, there's a good chance Tacoma Weekly photographer Bill Bungard will be there to capture it. Click through to gallery for images he recently captured of Blue Oyster Cult, Blake Shelton and more. 

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