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Classic children’s shows fill spring line up at SSP

  • Written by Shannon Michael

What better way to introduce live theatre to children, or grow their appreciation for it, than through these three classic productions: Little Red Riding Hood, Charlotte’s Web, and Rapunzel? SecondStory Repertory Theater, based in Redmond, is doing just that beginning with Little Red Riding Hood, opening on February 14 and running through March 2.

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Red carpet facials come to The Spa at Willows Lodge

  • Written by Shannon Michael

It’s red carpet season in Hollywood. You know, that time of year when people who watch the bevy of awards shows often wistfully look at the glamorously dressed stars, with perfect hair and glowing skin, and wish that they, too, could look like that … even for just a day.

Luckily, you will be able to get that glowing red carpet quality skin at The Spa at Willows Lodge beginning March 1 when they start offering Intraceuticals oxygen infusion facials to clients.

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‘Art in Bloom’

  • Written by Shannon Michael

Outside, the skies may be gray, the trees leafless, the gardens seemingly lifeless, but step into the Washington State Convention Center February 5-9 and you’ll be transported to a rich palette of color and light, with thousands of blooming flowers and exotic plants giving you a sneak preview of spring.

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Washington Olympian helps young female athletes overcome stress

  • Written by Shannon Michael

With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics in full competition this month, countless children across the globe who are watching the action on television are becoming inspired and dreaming that they, too, may become an Olympian some day.

For Libby Ludlow, a native of Washington state, that dream became a reality when she earned a spot on the U.S. Ski Team for the 2006 Olympics.

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