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Family Fun: Bloomsday options for every age

It's spring. In Spokane, that means it's time to train for Bloomsday. "In deciding to do Bloomsday this spring, one of the things we wanted to do was keep tradition," said race director Jon Neill.

Family Fun: Culinary tips for teens

Recipes can sometimes read like a foreign language, with unfamiliar techniques and ingredients. It can be overwhelming to the uninitiated. But cooking can also be fun, something for friends and family to enjoy together.

The Full Suburban: Four steps for helping teens get a job

Now that the weather is turning warmer and spring is in the air, I have one thing on my mind: It’s time for my teenagers to get a job. Logan and I have mentioned this several times to our oldest daughter, Lucy. 

In the Garden: Growing blueberries is a treat for yourself

Do you love the idea of snacking on a handful of sun-ripened blueberries? You can make that happen by adding blueberry bushes to your landscape. If you need a bit more convincing, consider these two redeeming qualities.

Things to do in Spokane: March 19-26

Bloomsday Worldwide 2021: Registration Now Open – In this virtual race, participants complete their own 7.46-mile trek on any course, trail or path they choose at any location. The race can be completed any time between April 30 and May 9.

Game On: The Xbox brand is poised to make a comeback

The Xbox brand has always been a surprising success. Sure, it has the might of Microsoft behind it, but recent events will tell you capital alone is rarely enough to break into the video game industry.