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It's officially spring! Hopefully that means no rainy, snowy days like this past Saturday. Ugh. Here are five ways to enjoy spring weather in Des Moines. Here's what's happening in Des Moines. (And don't forget to invite others to enjoy the Your Morning Juice newsletter.)

DOUGHNUTS FOR ALL

PLOT TWIST: The mini doughnut kiosk at Jordan Creek Town Center has moved to a storefront in a West Des Moines strip mall! You can find Mahalo's Coffee Shop and Mini Donuts at 4800 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 105, in West Des Moines. There's seating for 35 people. At this new shop, you can find Hawaiian coffee and espresso drinks, breakfast sandwiches and burritos, paninis and other sandwiches, soup, fruit and other items. Stop by for a treat from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Fresh: Eight must-frequent bakeries in Des Moines

WHAT DO YOU GET FOR $10 MILLION?

Nine bedrooms. Sixteen bathrooms. Twenty-four thousand square feet. An Irish pub. A movie theater. And this home only took three years and 191 contractors to build. This is the best mansion we've featured yet.

#Goals: This Johnston home is perfect if you love the outdoors

WHAT'S COOKING?

Do you all remember chef Zach Gutweiler? He worked at Hole in the Wall inside The Gas Lamp. Now he's chefin' it up at the former Tally’s space in Beaverdale on 2712 Beaver Ave., which now goes by the name Reed's Hollow. What's on the menu, you ask? Well, how does salmon taquitos with spicy salmon tartar wrapped inside a paper made of butternut squash with a tapioca puree on top sound? You can also find beer snacks, which include barbecue pork rinds with a kick of heat, beet curly fries, antelope jerky and Brussels sprouts, all in the $1 to $7 range.

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I'M KINDA BUZZED AND IT'S ALL BECAUSE...

— Ameena, Juice

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