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Artist's Den Presents: Alt-J

Live from the Hollywood American Legion comes Alt-J in concert. Fathom Events and Regal have been doing some of these Artist's Den concerts lately and the sound mix is always spot on and makes for a fantastic window into a show you might be missing otherwise. Keep an eye on artistsden.com for upcoming live steaming events.

Alt-J

7:30pm, Wednesday, September 2.

Regal Stadium 16, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr.

$12.50

Munch and Movies: Guardians of the Galaxy

A movie that finally asks the question: What would Stars Wars be like if everyone was Han Solo but ALSO had the Force? Guardians is easily the most fun Marvel movie to date. It would also be the best one if Captain America: The Winter Soldier didn't exist. At Munch and Movies you can watch children delight in discovering Groot and Rocket for the first (or 50th) time.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Dusk, Friday, September 4.

Compass Park in Northwest Crossing,

2500 NW Crossing Dr. Free

How To Change The World: Live Premiere

A powerful documentary about the early days of Greenpeace. A group of Vancouver neighbors were opposed to U.S. atomic testing on an Alaskan island and sailed a dumpy old fishing boat to stand in the government's way. Sundance.org calls it a "hippie heist movie-turned-high sea adventure," and that definitely sounds like one way to save the world.

How to Change the World

7:30 pm, Wednesday, September 9.

Old Mill Stadium 16, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr.

$15

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