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Matt Wakefield

Tacoma Night Market: I Think I’m Having an Art Attack

Sometimes you find yourself having an experience that needs to be told in the second person because your first person is waiting in line for macarons from Girl Loves Cake’s table.  It’s a true Tacoma Night Market story, and you can see it unfolding, again and again, every third Saturday of the month at Alma Mater Tacoma on Fawcett Avenue. Edison

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Corey Dembeck

Finding Picasso, Elvis’s Dressing Room, and Monkeyshines in Tacoma, Wa.

Tacoma has moxie. It’s the scrappy little brother to Seattle. Tacoma is responsible for a great many things that Seattle somehow managed to claim as its own. Nirvana’s first show as Nirvana happened in Tacoma. Tacoma also dominates the Glass Art Scene and has produced some of the finest glassblowers in the world. Tacoma’s large enough

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Kathleen Walls

Las Cruces: From Past to Present

Las Cruces is an interesting town to visit as it has a different vibe than most U.S. cities. The reason dates back to its early European beginnings. It became a Spanish territory in 1598, when Juan de Oñate claimed it for Spain. The fact that it was already the home of the Manso Native Americans didn’t matter. It was later claimed

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Kerry Williams

Chasing the Sun: From Melbourne to Cairns via the Road Less Traveled

Just as humpback whales migrate from Antarctica to warmer waters for the winter, many travelers in Australia choose to wave goodbye to the crisp, wet climates of the south and enjoy winter in the tropics, where bikinis and thongs are fashion staples year-round. You can reach the tropical paradise of Far North Queensland in an

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Marilyn Belrose

Florida’s Zoo Within A House – Sandoway

When you first walk up to Sandoway, it looks like any other ordinary house. Its color is a gentle, classic white, there’s an American flag hanging to the side and an enclosed porch wrapping around the bottom of the cozy Floridian-looking home. I had no idea what sight I was to behold when my friend

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Kathleen Walls

Elatse’Yi

In the not too distant past, if you wanted to get close to nature you needed to pack your camping supplies or hitch up your RV. I just did it with either of these things. How? I went glamping in Ellijay in the north Georgia Mountains.

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Corey Dembeck

Rylea Foehl Photography: Portraiture in the PNW

I’ve always enjoyed taking portraits, but I’ve always hated getting them taken. Maybe it’s the years of my parents artificially posing me in some depressing Sears Portrait Studio. Or worse, the assembly line school photos we were forced to take by some robotic photographer reusing the same few cornball jokes each time to elicit a

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Corey Dembeck

Cruise Seattle’s Lake Union with the Electric Boat Company

Seattle is a beautiful city. Surrounded on both sides by water and mountains, it’s a paradise for quick getaways—especially during summer. One great way to enjoy our backyard scenery that only takes a couple of hours is by renting a boat from the Electric Boat Company and cruising Lake Union. There is so much activity

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