Working out of bars around Tacoma was fun for a while. However, having an actual place to work that doesn’t involve closing out a tab at the end of the day has some definite advantages.
You get a bed! You get a couch! You get a table! You get two dining chairs! These are the humble dreams Hope Furnishings and Northwest Furniture Bank try and make come true for everyone.
Tacoma has no shortage of tattoo shops but if you're into classic American style tattoos, Homage is one of the best.
Abruptly the time has come to say goodbye to Tacoma Thrift, the 6th Ave business you've probably walked by or driven past a few dozen times or more.
After Surge South Tacoma generously supported the printing of our first hard copy magazine, we met up with them to talk about their new digs on the corner of 54th and South Tacoma Way.
Brew Five Three knows the magic recipe for the perfect Pacific Northwest afternoon: beer, music, food, and fun.
There are three main things people have to say about dining at Gari of Sushi on S 38th St: don't judge a restaurant by its exterior, reasonable prices, and the BEST sushi in town!
Tacomans will turn out in droves to save a local business. In 2012, for example, the Blue Mouse Theatre faced the challenge of going digital or closing their doors.
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.
Last November, an electrical fire ripped through the center of the 90 year old building on 6th Ave. that had been the home of Northwest Costume since 1982. Most of the costumes were damaged or destroyed and the business has been closed since then.