Jun. 2, 2009 at 12:33am
But this month is different. Really.
The current edition is worth reading. So much so that you should:
Pick Up Your Copy of the June Edition of the Tacoma City Arts Magazine Today!
Sidenote: For the first time in print, Andrea is given the urban title of a "chalkie," a term so hip and cutting edge that the online Urban Dictionary has not even caught up to define the term. The best I can tell, the term "chalkie" was first used in the Tacoma blogosphere on June 17, 2008 on the Urbanist.
Keep up the great work Tacoma City Arts! Art is not dead in Tacoma. It lives.
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by Erik on 6/2/2009 @ 1:01am
Andrea's chalk piece on the glass blowers also made the first page of the Local section of the News Tribune:
Flashback to Season I, Episode VIII:
News Tribune photographer and friend of Frost Park Drew Perine interviews Andrea.
Lance actually won the chalk off on this day with the largest zombie voting army assembled in Frost Park.
by Dave_L on 6/2/2009 @ 2:24am
|Don't forget the excellent interview on The Melon: themelononline.com/2009/04/the-sweet-spo...|
by Erik on 6/2/2009 @ 11:38am
|Thanks Dave. The Melon is producing some great videos.|
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