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Israel poised to welcome foreign tourists back to country

Israeli leaders on Thursday recommended reopening the country to fully vaccinated tourists beginning on Nov. 1, a year and a half after closing its borders to most foreign visitors due to the global coronavirus pandemic.


Airlines bet on big December after Covid variant setback

By DAVID KOENIG

Airlines are planning for a big December, believing that the recent surge in a highly contagious COVID-19 variant is fading and that holiday travel will soar.


The best travel plan this holiday season: A backup plan

By SALLY FRENCH

It's not even the busiest time of year for travel yet, and 2021 has already been chaotic — even for the most seasoned travelers.


Features

At the Movies: Denis Villeneuve's ‘Dune' is doom-laden, dynamite

By JAKE COYLE

A cool wind sweeps through the sands of “Dune,” Denis Villeneuve's chilly, majestic adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic 1965 science-fiction novel.



After Hours: State parks offer spooky fun

Washington State Parks invites everyone to enjoy some fun fall frights at state parks this month.



Post-war art on display

The Seattle Art Museum is hosting "Frisson," an exhibition celebrating art collectors Richard E. Lang and Jane Lang Davis.


Kurtis Blow performs Hip-Hop Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky's ballet is reimagined at The Paramount Theatre in The Hip Hop Nutcracker. The production features hip hop artist Kurtis Blow, the first rapper to be signed by a major label in 1979.


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