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  • 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, the bike-ride fundraiser for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, will spin through most of East-Central Seattle on Sunday, Aug. 10. 
  • Acupuncturist Daniel L. Altschuler (oldschoolacupuncture.com) has opened an office in Arboretum Court (3121 E. Madison St., Suite 204). 
  • Canopy Blue (3121 E. Madison St., Suite 103) celebrated its grand reopening on July 14, after a reconstruction of the store. 
  • 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. 
  • Luc Besson’s mildly entertaining “Lucy” is part-B action movie and part-high-concept science fiction about the potential of the human brain. 
  • 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. 
  • Locus Wines, a domestic winery selling fewer than 250,000 liters, at 1515 Madrona Drive, was approved for a liquor license. 
  • Eng Seattle Restaurants Inc. a restaurant lounge selling spirits, beer and wine, at Embers Kitchen and Bar has applied for a liquor license. 
  • Liquor license approval for Araya's Place, the new Thai restaurant in Madison Park. 
  • Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities will close Friday, July 4, for Independence Day or will be on special holiday schedules. 
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