If you ask artist Taylor Rushing to design a poster about Tacoma, he’s going to include Sonics Guy. If Sonics...
If you live in Tacoma, chances are good that you've passed by FabLab without ever realizing it. That's a shame, my friend, because it's one of the most interesting businesses in the city.
The buildup to McMenamins Elks Temple‘s opening has been impressive. It’s been a decade since the property was first purchased, and...
If you’ve been keeping an eye out for Tacoma’s resident peregrines, you might’ve noticed their absence last year from their...
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.
There are few dining experiences that thrill the taste buds while entertaining the diner quite like teppanyaki
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.
The locally famous Piling Bike near Dickman Mill Park has a new friend. This one, further northeast near Cummings Park, is a similar type of folding bike but has more than that in common with its rustier counterpart.
Tacoma resident Samantha is far from the only person to take to Point Defiance’s trails with a camera in hand, but she may be alone in bringing a bunny—decidedly not of the cottontail variety—along with her.
Despite this being a properly maintained trail that actually exists on most maps, it’s still very lightly used compared to other nearby trails in Point Defiance. It’s more of a shortcut than a standalone trail but the shortcut it provides is the real fun part that makes it worth mentioning. Most beach walkers start at the more popular Owen Beach. This puts you out more than half a mile closer to the point.