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When Stadium Bowl first opened in 1910 it was a pretty big deal. Theodore Roosevelt visited a year later and had this to say about it:
There’s no denying that Stadium Bowl is the Granddaddy of all Tacoma stair runs. Among those intrepid souls who willingly put themselves through the ordeal of running the stairs at Stadium Bowl, there are none more hardcore than the racers of Unleashed at Stadium Bowl. Here’s the raw data according to the event organizers:
It’s no secret Tacoma is full of creative people making awesome stuff. The fact they all gather up in a beautiful old brick building on Pac Ave every month is not quite so well known, however.
A while back we asked some of our readers what symbolized Tacoma in their eyes. While “Bikini barista stand” gave us a good chuckle, the most popular answer was the Murray Morgan Bridge.
If the last time you visited Ft. Nisqually was on a fourth grade field trip, it’s time you got reacquainted. Summer is a great time to go, especially with all the events going on.
Have you ever noticed the mysterious sculpture near the northern trailhead of the Puget Creek Natural Area? If not, don’t feel bad. It’s pretty easy to miss. If you have seen it though, you may not know the whole story attached to it.
Tacoma has a population of roughly 200,000. That means roughly 200,000 different opinions of what this city actually looks like and the view of a high school student is unique among those.
Every year on the second weekend in June, the small town of Lind in Eastern Washington triples in size and puts on one of the best shows anywhere around the Pacific Northwest.
Regardless of your personal beliefs on Bigfoot, the enduring legend can certainly draw a crowd. On May 10th the Washington State History Museum held the second of their 2018 History After Hours events.
Old City Hall is one of the most prominent structures in Tacoma, but for the last decade it’s been little more than a curious ornament on the city’s skyline.
Recently, two Low Power FM stations started broadcasting over the Tacoma airwaves. They are located on the FM dial at KTAH 101.9 and KTQA 95.3. Between the two unique signals, much of the Tacoma area is covered.