TACOMA, Wash. — Kim Holcomb hosts from the Little Black Dress exhibit at the Washington State Historical Society in Tacoma. FEATURING: Evening Inbox, Odd Otter Brewing Company, Makini's Kitchen: Tacos, Athletic Awards Trophy Shop Sign, KEXP Music That Matters, and Aladdin DVD Release.
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Dozens of historic little black dresses are on display in Tacoma - Timeless and elegant, the LBD is a modern-day expression of chic. But the history of black dresses is far more complicated. A new exhibit at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma explores more than a century of that history.
Tacoma's Odd Otter Brewing Company really is odd - Step inside Odd Otter one Sunday afternoon a month, and you may stumble upon Kiddo Karaoke where parents do all the sipping and kids do all the singing.
The latest trend in plant-based cooking makes tasty tacos - Makini's Kitchen - Tacos are one food that almost everyone loves. Chef Makini Howell of Plum Bistro says even if you have a plant-based diet, you can still enjoy them with one special fruit: jackfruit.
On the hunt for colorful creatures with the Dragonfly Whisperer of Anacortes - Not everybody thinks dragonflies are beautiful. But you might if you spend time with James Walker. He's also known as The Dragonfly Whisperer.
This week is overflowing with free in-studio music sessions at KEXP - In addition to all the free in-studio sessions this week, KEXP is also hosting a benefit concert at Myrtle Edwards Park with all of the proceeds donated to Mary's Place and Wellspring Family Services.
The new, live-action remake of Aladdin asked a lot of its stars - To play Aladdin, a character he grew up watching, Mena Massoud had to do more than just be charming. He had to act, sing, dance, do stunt work, and even juggle. Aladdin comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray September 10th, 2019.