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2022 is the year of all-inclusive travel, and here's why

By SALLY FRENCH

Many major hotel chains are embracing all-inclusive offerings. These vacation packages are attractive to travelers in 2022, as paying for the bulk of travel expenses at once makes it easier to budget.


Gardening: A tomato lover's 7 tips for growing them big

By JESSICA DAMIANO

Tomatoes are not only my favorite backyard crop -- they're also the most popular among American home gardeners.


Not all shade is the same: Gardening when there's little sun

By JESSICA DAMIANO

Gardening in the shade is often thought of as a Sisyphean endeavor, swimming upstream against all odds with limited plant choices and no hope for color.


Features

At the Movies: Hollywood comes to Downton Abbey

By JOCELYN NOVECK

One wedding and a funeral — and a birth. That gorgeous house, never mind the leaky roof. Some sunshine, too! More bone-dry quips from Maggie Smith. And oh, the clothes — silks and satins, tulles and tiaras. What could go wrong?


After Hours: Have a scary good time at Crypticon

Seattle Crypticon, the annual convention for fans of horror and the supernatural, returns to the Double Tree Hotel in SeaTac for a three-day run; May 20-22.


Sun Peaks adds bike expansion

The gears are turning for mountain biking at the Sun Peaks resort to take on an entirely new scope this summer, with trails and access to world-class riding for the first time on all three mountains.


Japanese artists featured at SAM

Seattle Art Museum is currently featuring a gallery exhibit called “Northwest Modernism: Four Japanese Americans,” which celebrates four of Seattle's leading Japanese American artists: Kenjiro Nomura, Kamekichi Tokita, Paul Horiuchi, and George Tsutakawa.


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