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REVIEW | The Guardians can’t save ‘Galaxy’ from itself
The best thing about James Gunn’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” — the latest Marvel universe picture — is that it introduces a new universe and a new set of characters.
REVIEW | ‘Get On Up’ does injustice to James Brown, his portrayer
In “Get On Up, the new James Brown biopic, 32-year-old actor Chadwick Boseman embodies the legendary funk singer in just about every way.
LIQUOR | July 31, 2014
La Libela Ethiopian Restaurant had a license discontinuance.
More of them ‘Old Goats’
Local filmmaker Taylor Guterson shot his debut feature film, 2011’s “Old Goats,” for all of $5,000. He used three good friends of his to depict the challenges and rewards of growing older.
New coach brings competitive culture to CAAT
Jocelyn Crawford is crouched in a hotel lobby chair in Texas dreading the next day. She has traveled all the way from Capitol Hill in Seattle to compete in a national swim meet, but she is sick.
CITY SIPS | Fun whites to go with our summer fare
One thing I love about Washington is the diversity of wine varietals grown here — it is both a blessing and a curse.
FOOD MATTERS | Could Noyer take root in Madison Valley at Crush?
Ethan Stowell has confirmed that Noyer, his ultra-high-end eatery in Madrona, will not be built out at the original location.
Bastille Bash brings Europe to Madison Valley
The third-annual Madison Valley Bastille Bash on July 12 brought out the best of Seattle’s European Village with French-inspired food, shopping and entertainment.
Obliteride to wind through area
Obliteride, the bike-ride fundraiser for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, will spin through most of East-Central Seattle on Sunday, Aug. 10.
New Valley acupuncturist
Acupuncturist Daniel L. Altschuler (oldschoolacupuncture.com) has opened an office in Arboretum Court (3121 E. Madison St., Suite 204).
Canopy Blue reopens
Canopy Blue (3121 E. Madison St., Suite 103) celebrated its grand reopening on July 14, after a reconstruction of the store.
REVIEW | ‘Hercules’ made too weak a character to carry this film
In “Hercules,” director Brett Ratner really wants you to know that it’s about Hercules. In fact, the movie is 98 minutes of people being blown away by Hercules.
REVIEW | High-concept ‘Lucy’ makes for mild action movie
Luc Besson’s mildly entertaining “Lucy” is part-B action movie and part-high-concept science fiction about the potential of the human brain.
Pianos in the Park campaign launches
Local government, arts, community and business leaders have launched Pianos in the Parks, a summer campaign that encourages residents to discover the more than 32,000 acres of parks and open spaces through the power of music and art.
LIQUOR | July 17, 2014
Locus Wines, a domestic winery selling fewer than 250,000 liters, at 1515 Madrona Drive, was approved for a liquor license.
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