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Peloton resumed live broadcasts this week. Photo credit: Peloton

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Located in the heart of downtown Gig Harbor, Il Lucano Ristorante is offering take-out only, Tuesday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday you can get 25 percent off all bottled wine with purchase of two entrees. Yes please!

Southern Kitchen in Tacoma is known for their "food for the soul." Could there be anything better right now? Their menu features fried chicken, catfish, collard greens and much more. To place your order, go to:

Topside Bar and Grill in Steilacoom has one of the best views of the Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains from their popular deck. Sadly, it is one of the things we must wait a little longer to experience. However, they still offer meals for delivery and curbside pick-up where you can grab a glimpse of that beautiful view.


Peloton resumed live broadcasts this week. The following article from describes how Peloton's Digital Membership offers more cycling classes -- and you don't need the bike to access them.

NordicTrack together with Team iFit is offering a chance for you to win your dream fitness equipment. Details here:

You may not be able to hit the links this weekend, but this website offers free video instruction you can practice in the backyard:


Lakewood is re-opening parks on a limited basis. Get out and stretch your legs responsibly! See details here:

Get outside tonight for the Lyrid Meteor Shower! This is the first meteor shower since January and about 15 meteors an hour are expected. Hopefully, weather will cooperate.

Now that spring is in full bloom, Better Homes & Gardens offers "Five Things You Need to Know Right Now for Spring Gardening."

Weed pulling sucks. However, given our current circumstances, pulling weeds has never been more appealing. Just think, you can get outside and work on those wrist and arm muscles. Here is all you need to know about identifying weeds:

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