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Five Things to Do: Grand Funk Railroad, Corey Rodrigues and more ...

Grand Funk Railroad steams back into Indian Ranch on Aug. 8. it's been 52 years since the band left the station in Flint, Michigan, and quickly made a name for itself with hard rock and ear-splitting live performances. Hits have included “We’re an American Band,” “I’m Your Captain/Closer to Home,” “Locomotion” and “Some Kind of Wonderful.” Co-founders Don Brewer and Mel Schacher are still on board. (RD)
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Your Weekly Roundup of New Movies: “The Green Knight” Is a Romantic Fantasy That Leaves You in Awe

**** With A Ghost Story, director David Lowery demonstrated he was a master of dreamy wonderment. Yet that film never hinted he was capable of creating The Green Knight, a romantic fantasy so overwhelming it leaves you shivering in awe of cinema’s possibilities. Dev Patel stars as Sir Gawain, a callow adventurer who must repay a debt to his nemesis, the Green Knight (Ralph Ineson). As their final confrontation looms, Gawain wanders, encountering giants, a talking fox and a noblewoman (Alicia Vikander) who challenges his sexual timidity. Vikander also plays Essel, a sex worker with whom Gawain is in love, creating the impression that a single soul is guiding his journey in different forms. All of this strangeness makes perfect sense in Lowery’s universe, which modernizes the 14th century epic poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. While Gawain hungers for greatness, Essel asks him, “Why is goodness not enough?” The Green Knight matters, but not as much as Gawain’s acts of compassion, like helping a violated spirit (Erin Kellyman) find peace. It is possible to simply bask in the film’s surreal visions—like a beautifully haunting shot of Gawain and the fox walking along a ridge at night—but the wisest moviegoers will also cheer its rejection of hollow patriarchal glories and embrace its conviction that goodness is more than enough. R. BENNETT CAMPBELL FERGUSON. Bridgeport, Cedar Hills, Cinema 21, Cinemagic, City Center, Dine-In Progress Ridge, Evergreen Parkway, Fox Tower, Hollywood, Living Room, Lloyd Center, Movies on TV, Sherwood, Studio One, Tigard.

Amazon: Lunch box for Adults Just $6.8-$7.59 (Reg. $16.99-$18.99)

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Could Another EPCOT Table Service Restaurant Reopen Soon?

EPCOT is an amazing park for food, even as many restaurants remain closed in the park. Luckily, EPCOT is home to festivals that go almost year-round and rarely leave us wanting more when it comes to food. Right now we’re chowing down at the foodiest festival of all during our visits, the 2021 EPCOT Food and Wine Festival! But we still miss those spots that aren’t opening until October. Well, good news! It looks like a World Showcase table service spot could return soon.
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West Newton Center eyes August activities

August brings West Newton Center for Active Adults the return of Lunch and a Show. This Aug. 31 we welcome Gashouse Annie (https://gashouseannie.com/) to the center for a live show. Tickets are still $5 each (not including the cost of lunch). Seats are limited for this show, so if you are interested please do not delay. Take a moment to peruse the upcoming activities, then swing on by the center weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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Lizzie Cundy puts on a leggy display in checked hot pants

She often turns heads with her youthful figure. And Lizzie Cundy, 53, put on a leggy display in hot pants while attending the Boisdale Life Editors Lunch in Canary Wharf on Wednesday. The TV personality paired the tweed shorts with a black Bardot top with puffy sleeves. She accentuated her...