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  • Tacoma puts day aside for old-fashioned Christmas

    Two events taking place in Tacoma this December will allow people to experience what celebrations of Christmas were like in times gone by.

  • Tacoma to meet the Mac next month

    Legendary group Fleetwood Mac is coming to Tacoma this November.

  • Art center all set to Go West

    The Tacoma Art Museum is celebrating the opening of the exhibit Art of the American West this November with a day of festivities.

  • Something in the water in Tacoma

    The 3rd annual Wellspring Conference will be held in mid-October at the convention center in Tacoma. The event features a two-day gathering of professionals and experts in the field of clean water technology.

  • Tacoma to raise a glass or two next month

    This year will see a new beer festival in the city of Tacoma, Washington. The South Sound IPA Festival will be presented by the Washington Beer Commission in October.

  • Tacoma teenager gets Youth of the Year award

    Tae McKenzie, a Lincoln High graduate, has been named Youth of the Year for the Pacific Region Boys & Girls Club.

  • Tacoma ranks in top 50 college towns

    An online college rankings and search resource, Best College Reviews, recently published its rankings of the best 50 college towns in the United States. Tacoma, Washington, made the list in the #50 spot.

  • Local wineries find new Chinese market

    Earlier in July, the World Trade Center Tacoma organized a Pacific Northwest China Trade Summit, which lasted for two days, and focused on providing investors and delegates from China with business opportunities in the region, with wine proving to be a key point of interest.

  • Tacoma puts prints in the picture

    'Ink This!', an exhibition of print arts by artists in the Northwest, is currently being featured at the Tacoma Arts Gallery, having opened its doors last month.

  • City of Tacoma given environmental finance boost

    Three separate Tacoma projects have been awarded a total of $600,000 in funding for Brownfields from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).