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Save on family travel without stressing

By KELSEY SHEEHY

Here are some ways families can save money and still have peace of mind.

Airbnb overhauls site searches with categories of rentals

People can search for properties close to a beach or national park, or to an activity like skiing or surfing.


Laos reopens to tourists and other visitors from abroad

The landlocked Southeast Asian nation of Laos reopened to tourists and other visitors on Monday, more than two years after it imposed tight restrictions to fight the coronavirus.


Features

At the Movies: ‘Top Gun' sequel a welcome trip to the danger zone

By MARK KENNEDY

Early on in “Top Gun: Maverick,” Tom Cruise hops on his sleek motorcycle, wearing Aviator sunglasses and a leather jacket with patches, and speeds into a time machine. No, that's not right. It's actually us who take a trip back.



Bauhaus reunite at Paramount

Despite having disbanded after only five years, English goth-rock band Bauhaus are widely recognized as pioneering the genre with their blend of post-punk, glam rock, and experimental electronic.


After Hours: John Cleese brings ‘Silly' show to Seattle

Don't miss the “One and Only” John Cleese in an “Evening of Exceptional Silliness,” May 23, 7:30 p.m., at McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St.



Taste of Tacoma finds new home

; The annual Taste of Tacoma event, originally launched in 1986, has moved to a new home at the Washington State Fair Events Center. Now known as The Taste Northwest, the event will feature nearly 200 food and specialty vendors, live music on three stages, local chef cook-off battles and outdoor beer gardens.


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