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Entertaining but ephemeral ‘Spies in Disguise’ takes aim at spy film tropes

There’s a warm message of companionship and teamwork at the center of “Spies in Disguise,” but what makes it subversive is its emphasis on gentler methods of conflict resolution, or at least less bloody ones. It’s refreshing to see bubbles, bubblegum and lots of kitty glitter defeat murderous robots.

Holiday terrain: Brrrzaar is back with local goods at River Park Square

Dread shopping at the mall? Prefer buying local and handmade? Now you can head downtown and still keep your chin up. River Park Square will be ground zero for shopping procrastinators and buy-local snobs alike this Saturday when arts nonprofit Terrain holds its second-annual holiday Brrrzaar. From 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, more than 70 vendors will set up an outdoor-like market on all three floors of the mall’s heated halls. There will be dozens of jewelry makers, bath balm mixers, knitters, painters, printmakers and leather crafters. Artists will beckon mall shoppers with booths stuffed with their local and handmade wares.