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Heathrow airport says passenger cap has eased travel chaos

Heathrow Airport in London said Thursday that its limit on the number of passengers is easing a travel crunch that has led to flight cancellations and lost luggage as soaring demand for summer trips runs up against pandemic-era staffing shortages.


After Hours: Visit local movie theaters for cheap

If you're in need of a night out or some air conditioning, the Seattle area's independently-owned theaters offer a variety of movies and experiences at a discount.

As Spider-Man turns 60, fans reflect on diverse appeal

By AARON MORRISON

Spider-Man fandom is in Tyler Scott Hoover's blood — but not because he was bitten by an irradiated arachnid. His father had collected Marvel comic books featuring the character since the 1970s.



African wildlife parks face climate, infrastructure threats

Africa's national parks, home to thousands of wildlife species such as lions, elephants and buffaloes, are increasingly threatened by below-average rainfall and new infrastructure projects.


Seattle Tattoo Expo returns Aug. 19-21

The expo is an annual gathering of the tattoo community, featuring artists from around the world.


August Kite Festival in Long Beach

Kitelife Magazine calls it “the greatest, grandest Kite Festival on the North American continent”


Features

At the Movies: 'Bullet Train' goes off the rails, but Pitt doesn't

By JAKE COYLE

Aboard the speeding locomotive of “Bullet Train” ride at least five assassins, one venomous reptile (a snake on the train), countless glib Guy Ritchie-esque slo-mo action sequences, and one bucket-hat wearing Brad Pitt.



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