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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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Shrawanti Saha

A Sneak Peek of Jaipur the Pink City

The Indian state of Rajasthan is synonymous with bright colours, sequined saris, colourful turbans, sand, castles, forts, kings, royalty, busy bazaars and delicious spicy food made with desert chilies. Needless to say, its capital city, Jaipur, also has a lot of character to offer.  By the stroke of luck, during the sultry month of April

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Corey Dembeck

Visit the Lemay – America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington

“I got a sixty-nine Chevy with a 396, fuelie heads and a Hurst on the floor, she’s waiting tonight down in the parking lot, Outside the Seven-Eleven store,” Bruce Springsteen, Racing in the street. It’s impressive how cars are intertwined in our lives. Our Favorite songs are about them. We decorate them to celebrate marriages.

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BellaJ

Enjoy some high-flying fun at the High Desert Museum

On a recent summer trip to Bend, Oregon, my father and I took my 5-year old to the High Desert Museum. I was shocked that we spent 4 hours there and we definitely could have stayed longer. We arrived at the museum around 9:45 a.m. and we were immediately given a schedule by the helpful

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Kathleen Walls

Two Casitas Offer an Old Sante Fe Welcome

Nothing is more welcoming on a cold night than a warm fire flickering in an old fashioned cast iron stove. It’s really a gas heater but it looks and feels like a real old fashioned wood one. Naturally, there is back up heat and air conditioning if you visit in summer. When I visited Two

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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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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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