Sat // Elbo “Reiwa” w/ Yuya Negishi

When someone as big as Elbo— an internationally renowned glass artist who recently lived and worked in Japan and hosted the country’s first ever pipe show—debuts solo glass work and collaborative works from the top Japanese artists, you have to… Continue Reading →

Wordplay Festival + Lit Crawl

For years we said Twincy: No One Parties Harder Than Our Lit Scene™. And to be honest, people maybe thought we were joking. But lo and behold, The Loft Literary Center announced an absolutely massive festival chock full of appearances… Continue Reading →

Fri // Morel Feast

Save the arts, eat some ‘shrooms! Find out just what ‘all you can eat mushrooms’ means to you at this year’s Morel Feast, a fundraiser for the Firehouse Performing Arts Center, which houses the Hook & Ladder Theater. Local shroom… Continue Reading →

Bad Weather’s Outdoor Arcade

Ready Player You! Bad Weather’s arcade bonanza is back for year two: they’ve lugged a dozen odd machines to their parking lot and patio for a weekend-long playing fest, with beer releases (an additional six to the taps inside), food… Continue Reading →

Mixed Blood’s Autonomy

For Mixed Blood’s newest show, the theater troupe manages to lay out nine theatrical scenes around 40 vintage and unique cars, with 17 actors enacting a new play that’s “part Disney ride, part auto show, and part drive-in theater.” Autonomy’s… Continue Reading →

Sun // TruTV Presents: Tacoma FD’s Heffernan & Lemme Live

You mostly know bro comedy buds Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme from their work co-writing and starring in Super Troopers and the other Broken Lizard troupe’s follow-ups. (We recommend Beerfest, btw, if these are your cup of . . …. Continue Reading →

Fri // Perturbator

Thanks to his throwback midi music that sounds like a vintage video game—which is why his creepy retro songs landed on the soundtrack to Hotline Miami—Perturbator has become one of the best and brightest . . . well, make that… Continue Reading →