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REVIEW | ‘The Blue Room’ keeps audience guessing
“The Blue Room” is a tense, twisty, little thriller that certainly keeps you on your toes for the duration of its running time. However, it can also feel narratively constricted and underdeveloped in some areas.
LIQUOR | Oct. 16, 2014
Sea Dub Enterprises L.L.C., a restaurant selling beer and wine, at Philadelphia Fever, 2332 E. Madison St, has applied for a liquor license.
REVIEW |Performances stand out in otherwise slight ‘Two Faces of January’
In Hossein Amini’s thriller “The Two Faces of January,” things start off so simple and pedestrian that you wait eagerly on the edge of your seat for the trouble to start.
LIQUOR | Oct. 9, 2014
Marine Area 7, a grocery store selling beer and wine; and beer and wine tasting, at 2814 E. Madison St., has applied for a liquor license.
Senior center to present benefit concert
The Central Area Senior Center will present “Celebrate and Renew: A Benefit Concert” on Oct. 19, from 3 to 6 p.m., at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute.
Author to discuss ‘Little Ethiopia’
Author Joseph W. Scott will discuss his co-authored history of Seattle’s Ethiopian community 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 12, at the Douglass-Truth Library (2300 E. Yesler Way). Admission is free.
Gates Foundation hosts Innovation Day
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Visitor Center (440 Fifth Ave. N.) is giving curious Seattlelites a behind-the-scenes look at some of the unique solutions our city is responsible for.
REVIEW | ‘Tracks’ makes for an uninspiring journey
On paper, “Tracks” should have been great, but in execution, it simply fails to be engrossing or inspirational.
FOOD MATTERS | Parco goes dark; Beachhouse broiler, pho on the way
First, the sad news: Celinda Norton has given up on Café Parco (1807 42nd Ave. E.), after three years in Madison Park. It’s not that Norton didn’t try: She cooked every meal herself, seven days a week.
Book aims to keep Kurt Cobain’s legacy alive
On April 8, 1994, electrician Gary Smith arrived at Kurt Cobain’s Denny-Blaine estate to install a security system and found the singer/songwriter/guitarist/icon lying dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Opening the greenway
Bicyclists of all ages were ready for the formal opening of the 4.5-block McGilvra Greenway on Sept. 21. The greenway stretches from 37th Avenue East and East Madison Street to McGilvra Elementary School (1617 38th Ave. E.).
Japanese Garden to host Maple Viewing Festival
Take in the sight of maple trees ablaze in fall color at the Seattle Japanese Garden (1075 Lake Washington Blvd. E.) on Sunday, Oct. 12, when the garden hosts its annual Maple Viewing Festival.
Lego mania to hit local libraries
Children are invited to get creative with Lego bricks and build something super-fantastic at local libraries this fall.
REVIEW | Simon Pegg is the only sign of life in ‘Search for Happiness’
“Hector and the Search for Happiness” is an uplifting, life-affirming travel comedy in a similar vein to Ben Stiller’s “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” from last year. Both revolve around men who live tidy but unsatisfying lives and want a little more excitement.
REVIEW | ‘Equalizer’ doesn’t showcase Washington’s real talents
At the start of “The Equalizer,” when we see Denzel Washington pushing around sacks of concrete at a home repair store, we know something’s not quite right.
Library to celebrate centennial
The Seattle Public Library is planning a special celebration in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Douglass-Truth branch (2300 E. Yesler Way).
Japanese Garden presents Japanese Noh theater
Experience traditional Noh theater in a performance at the Seattle Japanese Garden (1075 Lake Washington Blvd. E.) on Thursday, Sept. 25, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The garden will open for twilight viewing at 5:30 p.m.
REVIEW | ‘Boxtrolls’ a refreshing animated film for adults, too
There’s something refreshing about the stop-motion animation films that come out of the animation studio Laika (“Coraline” and “Paranorman”).
REVIEW | Comedic actors make good dramatic turns in ‘Skeleton Twins’
In Craig Johnson’s “The Skeleton Twins,” “Saturday Night Live” alumni Bill Hader and Kristin Wiig get their shot at playing dramatic roles, as Milo and Maggie, two basket-case twins that haven’t seen each other in 10 years.
REVIEW | ‘Tombstones’ has more life to it than expected
Based on the book series by Lawrence Block, Scott Frank’s “A Walk Among the Tombstones” is essentially a classic private-eye noir with a much bleaker outlook on life.
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