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Things to do in Spokane: March 12-19

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.

Dara DeBast’s work featured at New Moon Art Gallery

Dara DeBast, who in the last year has returned to Spokane, is showing at New Moon Art Gallery this month in an exhibit titled "Inviting Love Back In," and an oil-on-canvas work, "Sun Bird," will be among her works on display.

Water Cooler: How to prepare your home for winter power outages

With winter on its way, it’s a good idea to make sure your home is ready for extreme weather. Winter weather can cause widespread power outages, so it’s important that you have items that will make it manageable to temporarily live without electricity.

Things to do in Spokane: Dec. 11-18

Virtual Northwest Passages Forum: Spokane Brew Culture – The Spokesman-Review Features Editor Don Chareunsy and No-Li Brewhouse owner John Bryant discuss the new craft brewing movement in the Spokane community. No purchase necessary. Visit at the time of the event to watch. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Free.

Ask Dr. Universe: Why do trees have sap?

Just as blood moves important stuff around the human body, sugary sap moves important things around a tree. My friend Nadia Valverdi told me all about it. She’s a researcher at Washington State University who studies how apple and cherry trees survive in different environments. When we eat food, we get important nutrients.

Things to do in Spokane: Nov. 27-Dec. 4

Warm for the Winter Coat Drive – Collecting donations of winter apparel through Dec. 11. Donations taken at all Brookfield Properties shopping centers, including Spokane Valley Mall, 14700 E. Indiana Ave., Spokane Valley; and NorthTown Mall, 4750 N. Division St. Collection boxes placed at mall entrances. (509) 926-5575.

Water Cooler: How to make cacio e pepe, a simple Roman staple

Cacio e pepe has an exquisite ring and a rich taste, but it is one of the simplest, traditional Italian dishes around. It is a staple of modern Roman cuisine, translating as “cheese and pepper,” and believe it or not, that’s really all there is to it.

Water cooler: Neat ways to free up kitchen counter space

It doesn’t take much before cooking gadgets and utensils overtake your countertop, especially if your kitchen lacks an abundance of cabinet space. Consider these ideas for freeing up a little space and adding more organizational flow to your kitchen.