Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Tacoma Strong: Wednesday May 13 2020


Tacoma Strong: Wednesday May 13 2020

2 Beers, 5 Love Locals, and 3 Things To Do

Peaks and Pints is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for to-go sales from our 13-door craft cooler, growler fills, take-out food and a special American Craft Beer Week American Hop El Dorado To-Go Beer Flight. In addition, we’d like to give a few more shout-outs to awesome people offering help and relief during the self-quarantining and sheltering in place. Be well everyone!


Crowler up with Billy B’s Promiscuous Porter on tap at Wet Coast Brewing.


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Sig Brewing have implemented a new ordering system that is more in-house and able to provide a gratuity option for all you generous people.



Valhalla Coffee baristas Rachele and Anjie will be hanging curbside for pounds.


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Hi-Voltage Records gives props to artist KEGER for their store front mural, but the Tacoma record store grows weary of windowless cave during their 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. online orders for curbside pickups so direct message them if you want the mural pieces.


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Brand Stratos has created Here For Good 253 to help out local businesses via T-shirts.


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Tease Chocolates made Honey 100 Truffles with a 100 percent chocolate truffle shell and a chocolate, cream, butter and honey ganache available my mail of pick-up Saturday.


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Chambers Bay Distillery is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for curbside sales or 24/7 online.



The South Sound Washington Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation reminds you to watch The Story Of Plastic then RSVP to the panel discussion at 6:30 p.m. May 14.


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Boldly Went Adventures offers the five rules to best tell your adventure story.


Tacoma Art Museum has partnered with @ChihulyStudio to offer a selection of short films that share the wonder and beauty Chihuly’s inspiring artwork.

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Calling all glass lovers! TAM has partnered with @ChihulyStudio to offer a selection of short films that share the wonder and beauty of #Chihuly’s inspiring artwork. Watch the artist in action via the link in bio!⁣ ⁣ About the Artist:⁣ Dale Chihuly is frequently lauded for revolutionizing the Studio Glass movement and is admired throughout the world for his prolific glass art, exhibitions, and activism. He was co-founder of Pilchuck Glass School in 1971 and served as its artistic director until 1989. He established the renowned glass program at Rhode Island School of Design. Chihuly has created a number of memorable installation exhibitions, including Chihuly Over Venice (1995–96), Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem 2000 at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem (2000), Chihuly in the Park: A Garden of Glass at Chicago's Garfield Park Conservatory (2001–2), the Chihuly Bridge of Glass in Tacoma (2002), and Mille Fiori at the Tacoma Art Museum (2003). ⁣ ⁣ Born in 1941 in Tacoma, Washington, Chihuly started his career in architecture and interior design before studying glass with renowned artist and educator Harvey Littleton. Chihuly’s innovations took glass sculpture off the pedestal and onto the wall or ceiling, suspended from bridges, or perched in natural outdoor settings. He has pioneered the use of glass for spectacular, large-scale installations. In Tacoma alone, his Bridge of Glass, Union Station, and Tacoma News Tribune creations are excellent examples of this aspect of his work and artistic accomplishment.⁣ ⁣ Picture: Still image captured from the video Chihuly Garden Cycle © Chihuly Studio.

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