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Spring break staycation ideas for family fun at home

By JENNIFER ALLEN

You shouldn't have to shell out thousands of dollars for a memorable family spring break. Although soaking up the sun in a tropical destination may sound nice, creativity and adventure can be found right at home. These six spring break staycation ideas will keep your kids busy and create exciting family experiences.

Dietitian secrets to staying healthy during spring break

By LARA CLEVENGER

Spring break is just around the corner, and with it, a much-needed escape from the hustle and bustle of busy routines. However, this break also brings the challenge of keeping up with your healthy habits, which can often take a back seat during this relaxing time.


‘Naked Gun' reboot set for 2025, with Liam Neeson to star

By ASSOCIATED PRESS

Paramount Pictures is moving ahead with a long-gestating remake of “Naked Gun,” the studio announced Wednesday. Liam Neeson will star as the bumbling police detective Debin in the role made famous by Leslie Nielsen.


After Hours: Delayed ballet finally hits McCaw Hall

Four years after the pandemic pushed back its Pacific Northwest Ballet premiere, Alejandro Cerrudo's "One Thousand Pieces" finally comes to the McCaw Hall stage, March 15-24, at varying start times.



The stars align for Horton Heat, friends

"The Stars Align Tour," featuring triple headliners Reverend Horton Heat, Dale Watson and Jason D. Williams, will play a trio of shows at The Triple Door, March 27-29. Tickets are $35 and selling fast.


Go ‘Into The Woods' in Auburn

Auburn Community Players will stage performances of “Into The Woods,” March 8-17 at varying times.


See Oscar-noms for short film categories

SIFF Cinema Uptown will screen this year's Oscar-nominated animated, live action, and documentary short films, giving attendees their annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in their Oscar pool).


Features

At the Movies: It's lonely in space for Adam Sandler in pensive sci-fi drama ‘Spaceman'

By JOCELYN NOVECK

Much art has been made of the infinite loneliness of space travel. And how could it not? Loneliness may be a universal human condition, but what could be lonelier than being removed from the human race entirely?



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