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The new Soos Creek Botanical Garden

Magician Cary Durgin

Flameless Dance

Fire spinners Jacob Jung, foreground, and Tai Rae, of Vashon Island, practice their moves with double staffs on Ruston Way, in Tacoma, July 6, 2011. The pair spent time on the waterfront before Jung boarded the train to visit family in Oregon.(Janet Jensen/Staff photographer)

Mud Run at JBLM

A ride on a B-25

Tacoma Highland Games

UPS contortionist pulls down art fellowship

We are working on a feature story about two University of Puget Sound alumni who have just received $25,000 fellowships to travel and study their art.
Here is contortionist Jacki Ward.

Point Defiance Park Outdoor Challenge

Play in Peace

Lakewood’s Thornewood Castle

Rite of ravioli

Saturday night at the Bettie Brigade roller derby

I had a great time meeting some of the skaters this week.

Take a Walk in Her Shoes

The Daffodil Parade 2011

2011 Junior Daffodil Parade

Elizabeth Taylor, Feb. 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011

Chinese imports from the LaBraches

NW Flower and Garden Show– Shamazan is created

America’s Got Talent in Tacoma

Asian New Year

Moose therapy?

3-year-old Sarah Spudlich of Bremerton touches the fur of the Mariner Moose during a visit to Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital on Wednesday, January 19, 2011. In addition to Moose, players Doug Fisher and Josh Wilson as well as broadcaster Dave Sims went room-to-room signing autographs and and giving Mariners backpacks to young patients.

Last of the holidays

Klye Klevjer of Beautiful Day Window Cleaning removes the holiday window decorations from the front window of Kompan, Inc., a downtown Tacoma business, on a beautiful day, January 19, 2011.

Model Trains at The History Museum

Zoolights with gloss

The rain dropped to an intermittent drizzle as hundreds came to see Zoolights at Pt. Defiance Zoo & Aquarium Sunday evening. One might say that the wet pavement added to the beauty of more than a half million colored lights. Zoolights is open 5 – 9p.m. every night through January 2 (except Dec. 24).