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West Coast travel destinations to explore
Author: Sarah-Mae McCullough, The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Are you the type of traveler who likes to check all the “must-sees” off your list? Or would you rather take a risk on a lesser-known vacation itinerary than fill up your travel schedule with the potentially crowded classics?

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Marvel’s new ‘Agatha All Along’ spoofs ‘Mare of Easttown’
Author: Bedatri D. Choudhury, The Philadelphia Inquirer

A woman wearing no makeup and a slightly messy ponytail drives down a foggy, tree-lined suburban road to a crime scene, humming to herself. Wearing a bulky black winter jacket layered over another dark jacket and jeans, she walks with her co-worker (played by David A. Payton) through a forest.

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Zimbabwe mental health therapy being adopted in U.S.
Author: Associated Press

HARARE, Zimbabwe — After her son, the family’s shining light and only breadwinner, was arrested last year, Tambudzai Tembo went into meltdown. In Zimbabwe, where clinical mental health services are scarce, her chances of getting professional help were next to zero. She contemplated suicide.

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Padalecki knocks CW over canceling ‘Walker’ series
Author: Asia Moore, Los Angeles Times

Actor Jared Padalecki, known for his roles in TV’s “Supernatural,” “Gilmore Girls” and the recently canceled “Walker” reboot, is openly criticizing the CW network after the abrupt cancellation of his most recent show.

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The Deschutes River has trouble: Water temperatures increasing, algae blooming — is this PGE water tower to blame?
Author: Nathan Gilles, Columbia Insight

In summer 2010, retired fish biologist Steve Pribyl was on a three-day fishing trip with his wife on Central Oregon’s Deschutes River.

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Extreme heat, some medicines don’t mix
Author: CARLA K. JOHNSON, Associated Press

Extreme heat can raise the danger of heat-related illnesses and threaten health in a more subtle way — by amplifying the side effects of many common medications.

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Etheridge shows ‘I’m Not Broken’ in new doc
Author: BROOKE LEFFERTS, Associated Press

NEW YORK — Melissa Etheridge realized two career dreams with her new docuseries “Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken”: performing for incarcerated women and recording the concert for a live album.

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Vancouver neighborhood associations ask city to reconsider approval of warehouse
Author: Sarah Wolf

At least two west Vancouver neighborhood associations are appealing the city of Vancouver’s approval of a 561,800-square-foot warehouse planned for the Fruit Valley neighborhood.

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‘Devil Wears Prada’ sequel in development
Author: Karu F. Daniels, New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Miranda Priestly fans rejoice! An anticipated sequel to “The Devil Wears Prada” is reportedly in development.

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Blumhouse takes on video games
Author: Samantha Masunaga, Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES — Over the last 15 years, Blumhouse has built a reputation for success by producing low-cost, original indie horror films. Now, the studio best known for such movies as the “Paranormal Activity” franchise and “M3gan” is looking to do the same in video games.

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