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  • 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. 
  • Festival fun for everyone?
    Festivals and the like are typically regarded as events that unite the community through fair food, music, art, sports and an overall good time. But what about the people who live right by all the commotion? 
  • FOOD MATTERS | We have a winner!
    Restaurant Hospitality, an industry newsletter, has announced the winners of its annual sandwich competition, and the winner in the meatloaf category is Bing’s (4200 E. Madison St.). 
  • Bastille Bash returns for third year
    Madison Valley hosts its third-annual Bastille Bash on July 12, from 3 to 8 p.m. 
  • Aside from being partly a product placement for Steve Harvey’s relationship book, “Think Like A Man” (directed by Tim Story) was a worthwhile romantic ensemble comedy. 
  • In “The Rover,” director David Michod excels in creating a harsh and remorseless, post-apocalyptic atmosphere — one where everybody has either given up or is struggling to find a reason to hang on. 
  • Clint Eastwood’s “Jersey Boys” is a handsome-looking movie. As with “J. Edgar,” Eastwood and his cinematographer Tom Stern shoot this one in mostly low light giving the entire picture a nourish look. 
  • Beginning Thursday, June 19, the Friends of The Seattle Public Library will hold a special seven-day auction on eBay (www.ebay.com) featuring rare and collectible books about the Pacific Northwest. 
  • Gia Coppola’s debut feature, “Palo Alto,” is a well-made but ultimately slight depiction of high school life in Palo Alto, Calif. 
  • The Seattle Public Library will host several World Cup matches in June and July, including the championship game, at two of its branches. There is no charge, and seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. 
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