Entertainment

Erin Andrews Ties The Knot With Ex-NHL Star Jarret Stoll

Erin Andrews, the host of Dancing with the Stars, married Jarret Stoll on Saturday in Montana. Stoll is a former player in the National Hockey League and played for New York Rangers, Minnesota Wild, Los Angeles Kings and Edmonton Oilers. The wedding ceremony was witnessed by friends and family of the couple. The couple began […]

Free Tours of Working Waterfront Hosted by the Port of Olympia

Almost monthly, fun, educational, and free tours of the Marine Terminal in Port of Olympia are available for interested parties. From the downtown Olympia location, these tours are designed to give residents and visitors the chance to learn how the international shipping terminal in Thurston County works. As part of the tour, you can watch […]

Coming Spring Entertainment in Olympia

For people living in and around Olympia, Washington, there are always exciting things to do and see. This March through May is no different, with a variety of events. The Language Archive Running through May 5 is “The Language Archive”. Held at Harlequin Productions, the main character George studies dead languages but also records conversations […]

Students from Tumwater to Perform with the Seattle Symphony

As part of a unique 10-week program, several students from Tumwater are being given the once-of-a-life opportunity of performing with the Seattle Symphony. In addition to playing, these students will dance and sing at Benaroya Hall. While watching a video of “Toreador” from the opera “Carmen”, third-grade students who attend Peter G. Schmidt Elementary School […]

Alan Jackson Scheduled to Perform at the Washington State Fair

Mega country star Alan Jackson will perform at this year’s Washington State Fair held in Puyallup. Anyone interested in the Columbia Bank concert series, which includes the “Keepin’ it Country” tour on September 17, can purchase tickets at www.thefair.com starting at 10:00 am on March 19. Ticket prices range between $50 and $85, which covers […]

Eight Fun Things to Do in Olympia

Whether you currently live in Olympia or have an upcoming visit planned, this beautiful city has much to offer. Although the list is quite extensive, following are just a few options worth consideration. 1. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge – If you enjoy nature and the great outdoors, this wildlife refuge is perfect. There, you can […]

Upcoming Events at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts

With vaudeville roots, the Washington Center for the Performing Arts offers a wide range of performances sure to please everyone. For 2016, the Center has an incredible lineup of entertainment planned. • The Producers – On March 5, the Producers comedy and musical is being presented. As the recipient of 12 Tony Awards, including Best […]

The Blue Man Group Coming to Seattle

Founded in 1987, the Blue Man Group started out as three college friends who together, made a life-altering decision. Determined to have a life of meaning and purpose, Chris Wink, Matt Goldman, and Phil Stanton created their own path to success and happiness. With all three men being highly creative, they came up with a […]

Owner of Mediterranean Breeze Shares His Love for Turkish Cuisine

The owner of Mediterranean Breeze in Olympia, Mehmet Sipahioglu has a genuine passion for Turkish food. His signature wood-fired cooking made completely from scratch has people in Washington State talking. Located just off Harrison Avenue, guests enjoy a wide range of menu options. Sipahioglu has years of experience in the restaurant and food service industry. […]

New Owners to Take Over the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad

Tom Murray who founded the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad has finally completed heavy negotiations with Wayne Rankin and Al Harper who will be taking the steam train company in Elbe over. As promised by the new owners, people can anticipate a completely new production for the upcoming season. As expressed in a statement by the […]

“Honk” Musical Featuring Olympia School Districts Employees

Running through this Sunday, the Olympia School District is featuring the musical Honk. What makes this production so unique is that employees of the district are the stars. Proceeds for Honk, which is a storyline based on “The Ugly Duckling” will be used to support teacher grants, as well as several additional educational foundation efforts. […]