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Review: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is savvy, fresh look at life on the web

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is a fresh, smart, funny and most importantly, comprehensible analysis of both internet culture and the complexities of interpersonal relationships. Once again, the seemingly dopey video game bad guy Ralph manages to be the wokest Disney character we’ve seen in a long time.

Review: ‘The Front Runner’ sees the rise of modern media dysfunction in the fall of Gary Hart

UPDATED: 10:52 a.m.

Earlier this year “Chappaquiddick” – a dramatization of Ted Kennedy’s involvement in Mary Jo Kopechne’s death – gave us an account of political elites working the levers of power to manage a news cycle and control coverage of a scandal. “The Front Runner” argues that two decades later, the media landscape had changed, and a scandal-fed news cycle was managing the elites.

Dorothy Dean presents: Day-After Thanksgiving Turkey Dips

Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, and one that truly keeps on giving. And by that, I mean giving you leftovers for days. But instead of just piling them on a plate to zap in the microwave, how about transforming them into a hot, juicy dip? Think French dip, but with that celebrated holiday bird.

Pullman chocolatier wins awards

Dancing Chocolate’s Champagne Spuffles Truffle won bronze in both the “Most Unique” and “Best Overall Truffle Artistry.”

Review: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is savvy, fresh look at life on the web

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is a fresh, smart, funny and most importantly, comprehensible analysis of both internet culture and the complexities of interpersonal relationships. Once again, the seemingly dopey video game bad guy Ralph manages to be the wokest Disney character we’ve seen in a long time.

Review: ‘The Front Runner’ sees the rise of modern media dysfunction in the fall of Gary Hart

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 20, 2018, 10:52 a.m.

Earlier this year “Chappaquiddick” – a dramatization of Ted Kennedy’s involvement in Mary Jo Kopechne’s death – gave us an account of political elites working the levers of power to manage a news cycle and control coverage of a scandal. “The Front Runner” argues that two decades later, the media landscape had changed, and a scandal-fed news cycle was managing the elites.

Dorothy Dean presents: Day-After Thanksgiving Turkey Dips

Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most anticipated meals of the year, and one that truly keeps on giving. And by that, I mean giving you leftovers for days. But instead of just piling them on a plate to zap in the microwave, how about transforming them into a hot, juicy dip? Think French dip, but with that celebrated holiday bird.

Northwest Wine: Riesling perfectly versatile for your holiday table

As we march toward Thanksgiving, it’s time to start gathering wines for the big feast. One bottle you should consider making room for is riesling. The reasons are many. Germany’s noble white grape is versatile and offers crowd-pleasing flavors. Many of examples come loaded with the acidity that will help it pair well with everything on your table. Washington and Oregon both do riesling particularly well, so it’s a good hometown choice.

Spirit Awards and Oscars likely on diverging paths this year

There will likely be a more distinct demarcation this season between the Spirits and the Oscars, which feature a number of big studio contenders, including “A Star Is Born,” “Green Book,” “Black Panther,” “First Man,” “Widows,” “A Quiet Place,” “Crazy Rich Asians” and “Mary Poppins Returns.”