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Don't take all your cash with you to the beach and other tips to avoid theft during a Hawaii vacation

By AUDREY McAVOY

Hawaii is a safe place, but travelers need to use common sense.

You don't have to live in the tropics to grow peanuts

By JESSICA DAMIANO

With some planning, home growers as far north as zone 6 can also have success growing peanuts for snacking, peanut butter and, of course, bragging rights.


Visit El Corazon —while you still can

With its days seemingly numbered, now would be a good time to catch a show while you still can.


Here’s where to experience European elegance in North America

By KAREE BLUNT

Québec might just be the perfect European getaway you didn’t know North America offered. As Canada aims to become a top global tourist destination, the United States currently contributes 69.95% of its overnight visitors. One reason? With its European charm and unique attractions, Québec presents an enticing alternative to transatlantic travel.


SAM presents Korean art collection

By JOURNAL STAFF

Starting Aug. 28, the Seattle Asian Art Museum presents “Meot: Korean Art from the Frank Bayley Collection,” an exhibit celebrating the significant Korean art collection of Frank Bayley and the contemporary Korean artists he supported.



Features

At the Movies: In ‘The Bikeriders,' the birth of a subculture on two wheels

By JAKE COYLE

In the exhilarating first half of “The Bikeriders,” writer-director Jeff Nichols is less compelled to build a narrative around the 1960s bike gang, the Vandals, than he is to summon an intoxicating atmosphere reminiscent of the old photographs that inspired the film.



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