Every year in late Summer or early Fall an old and wise spider crawls to the top of a large oak tree in Wright Park and proclaims, Rafiki style, “It is time.” Then all the biggest hairiest spiders Tacoma has to offer find the nearest bathtub, crawl inside, and wait patiently for you to come in, turn on the light, and freak the F out.
A recent transplant from Seattle caused a scene on the Ruston Way Waterfront late Monday night. “The Port of Tacoma...
The worst part is, it wasn’t even a story. It was just a 20 word Instagram post that auto-shared to our Facebook page.
The owners of 1524 Tacoma Ave S. are selling their property, but that doesn't mean...
We can't say enough good things about the Tacoma Public Library. Not only are their online archives a wealth of knowledge accessible from anywhere on the web at anytime, their Northwest Room files hold a treasure trove of Tacoma history.
Tacoma in 1934 didn’t look as different as you’d think. Disregarding the dated cigarette ads and racist cartoons, showtimes for the Rialto theatre and political articles on how to lower taxes dominated The Tacoma Times.
In 1955 Kaiser Aluminum decided there was no better way to promote safety on the job than to have models—in bikinis—demonstrate proper equipment handling.