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  • Tallahassee Democrat - 06/29/2016 Page : C01

    Copyright © 2016 Tallahassee Democrat. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy/Your California Privacy Rights , updated March 2007. 06/29/2016 June 29, 2016 9:08 am (GMT +4:00) Powered by TECNAVIA

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    MOVIES

    THERE MIGHT BE GIANTS: An easygoing giant (Mark Rylance) befriends a precocious 10-year-old girl (Ruby Barnhill) but the other ill-tempered Goliaths in his neighborhood don’t like it much and London is soon put into peril in director Steven Spielberg’s live-action animated adventure “BFG.” It’s rated PG and opens Friday at Governor’s Square and AMC 20.

    MEANWHILE, BACK IN THE JUNGLE: The English aristocrat Lord Greystoke (Alexander Skarsgård), who once lived wild in the jungles of Africa, is invited back to the Congo by businessmen under dubious circumstances and falls back into his vine-swinging ways in “The Legend of Tarzan.” It’s rated PG-13 and opens Friday at Governor’s Square and AMC 20.

    DRESSED TO KILL: It’s survival of the fittest — and the most aggressively well-armed — when a security chief (Frank Grillo) fights to protect his boss (Elizabeth Mitchell), a U.S. senator, when they are stranded on the streets of Washington, D.C., during a night when murder is legal in the bloody thriller “The Purge: Election Year.” It’s rated R and opens Friday at Governor’s Square and AMC 20.

    REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST: When a middle-aged French anthropologist (Mathieu Amalric) returns to his homeland, where he encounters a long-forgotten passport problem from his youth, he is overpowered by the memory of his first, stormy love (Lou Roy-Lecollinet) when The Tallahassee Film Society presents “My Golden Days” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at All Saints Cinema, off Railroad Avenue in the Amtrak rail station. It’s not rated and subtitled. Visit www.tallahasseefilms.com.

    THEATER

    BEAUTY IN THE EYE OF THE OGRE: Bring the tykes along to revisit Dreamworks’ modern classic about an ogre, a donkey and a princess when the Quincy Music Theatre presents a kid-led junior version of “Shrek: The Musical.” The journey from swamp to

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    The rapper Plies will be plying his trade during a concert Sunday at The Moon.

    Get a jump on your weekend entertainment plans every Wednesday, and pick up the Limelight section on Friday

    NEIL COKER AND MARK HINSON DEMOCRAT WRITER AND SENIOR WRITER

    See Limelight, Page 3C

    LOCAL NEWS » TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT » WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016

    ACROSS 1. That moment when the word

    you’ve been stuck on finally pops in your head.

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    M any kids dream of becoming a rock star. The lure of the lights, the roar of adoring crowds and the exhila- rating beats are almost irresistible for some. While the fantasy might feel unattainable, the musicians at Temple Israel’s Shul of Rock summer camp are dis- covering their inner rocker and living that dream.

    Their band is called Pentagon, and 7-year-old Stella Rosen ex- plains the genesis for the name. “There are five sides on a penta- gon and there are five people in the band.” During the school year, these band mates play together in Temple Israel’s after-school music program, which welcomes participants of all ages and skill

    Young campers practice skills at Temple Israel’s Shul of Rock AMANDA KARIOTH THOMPSON COUNCIL ON CULTURE & ARTS

    See Shul, Page 2C

    AMANDA THOMPSON

    1. Asher Kasper on piano. 2. Ezra Rosen on bass. 3. Stella Rosen on guitar.

    Get listed in guide An annual guide to the area, Living Here covers everything from arts to government to utilities. It’s published in August. Update your entry or submit a new one online at TLHLivingHere.com. The deadline is July 8.

    DEMOCRAT FILES

    This year’s Living Here will highlight neighborhoods. Here, colored lights shine on the Cascades Park waterfall around dusk.

  • Tallahassee Democrat - 06/29/2016 Page : C02

    Copyright © 2016 Tallahassee Democrat. All rights reserved. Use of this site signifies your agreement to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy/Your California Privacy Rights , updated March 2007. 06/29/2016 June 29, 2016 9:08 am (GMT +4:00) Powered by TECNAVIA

    Wednesday Beginner Country Western and Swing Class: New classes start today. Featuring West Coast swing, waltz and polka. Partners are not needed. For more info call Sue at 445-9362. 6:30 p.m. $8. American Legion Post 13 at Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive. “Shrek Jr.”: Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and fan- tastic Broadway musical, everyone’s favorite ogre, Shrek, leads a cast of fairytale misfits on an adventure to rescue a princess and find true acceptance. 3 p.m. $10 adults, $5 students. Quincy Music Theatre, 118 East Washington St., Quincy.

    Thursday Carolina Shag Beginner and Inter- mediate Lessons: Learn to dance the smooth steps of Carolina shag to favorite songs. Beginners welcome. $5 a person, 7-9 p.m. ARTS Afterschool, 3510 Weems Road. Clogging Classes - Mountain Dews: Beginning clogging classes for all ages, all types of music. 6:15-7:15 p.m. Jackson Lodge, 2818 Apalachee Parkway. Food Truck Thursday featuring The Mary and Aaron Band: 6-9 p.m. The Shops at Lake Ella, 1641 N Monroe St. Free Beginner West Coast Swing Dance Lessons: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Elks Lodge, 276 North Magnolia Drive.

    Friday “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying”: This Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical follows J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook to climb from lowly window washer to high-powered executive. 7:30 p.m. $14 children (12 and under), $16 students, $18 seniors, $20 adults. Young Actors Theatre, 609 Glenview Drive.

    Saturday Downtown MarketPlace: Open every Saturday, March through December. Fresh homegrown produce and organic items. Local musicians play their music on stage, authors and poets read from their latest books, and regional artists show their arts and fine crafts. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Ponce de Leon Park, Monroe St. (U.S. 27 south of I-10) and Park Avenue.

    Sunday Lake Ella Sunday Brunch Featuring the Com-

    mon Taters and the Turn Ups: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The Shops at Lake Ella, 1641 N Monroe St.

    Monday Celebrate America on July Fourth: Under spacious skies in the open fields of Tom Brown Park, Celebrate America on July 4. There will be patriotic festivities, family-

    friendly fun and a fireworks display. 5-10 p.m. Tom Brown Park, 501 East-

    erwood Drive.

    Calendar

    Send us information

    Let us know what’s on your schedule. Use the online form at Tallahassee.com/calendar. The

    deadline for submissions is 5p.m. the Monday before publication.

    Questions? Call 599-2161.

    DEMOCRAT FILES

    Take the family to Tom Brown Park on Monday for an epic Fourth of July fireworks display enjoyed by thousands each year.

    2C » WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2016 » TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT

    Actor Gary Busey is 72. Comedian Rich- ard Lewis is 69. Drummer Ian Paice of Deep Purple is 68. Singer Don Dokken of Dokken is 63. Singer Colin Hay of Men at Work is 63. Actress Maria Conchita Alon- so is 59. Actress Amanda Donohoe is 54. Actress Judith Hoag is 53. Singer Sted- man Pearson of Five Star is 52. Actress Melora Hardin is 49. Rapper DJ Shadow is 44. Singer Nicole Scherzinger of Pussy-

    cat Dolls is 38. Comedian Colin Jost is 34. Actress Lily Rabe is 34. Singer Aundrea Fimbres of Danity Kane is 33.

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    CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

    Aries (March 21-April 19). The passive move isn’t always the best one, but in this case, today’s conflict probably doesn’t have to involve you. Retreat from that stress and you’ll be advancing to your own centered being.

    Taurus (April 20-May 20). Your truth is very close to that of your friend’s. Because you can understand each other so well, the exchange you have this afternoon will be cathartic. It feels good to be heard.

    Gemini (May 21-June 21). The question is whether you should do the job yourself or enlist someone else to do it. The answer will be quickly made obvious when the right person makes the job look easy.

    Cancer (June 22-July 22). It’s easy to be confident when you’re comfortable, which is why your sartorial decisions will matter so much to the outcome of today’s business. Perfectly dressed for the occasion at hand, you’ll have a distinct ad- vantage.

    Leo (July 23-Aug. 22). Heart to heart exchanges with others make everyone feel more loved and more loving. The expansive and joyful energy is a contagion that will make its way through the Borromean rings of your social world.

    Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Most of the jobs today are important enough to take seriously, get right and finish before you hit the pillow tonight. But the thing that is the most important job will be the silliest one.

    Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). It’s the exchange of energy, ideas and feelings, flowing back and forth — this more than any- thing is what makes a group of people feel like home to you. When this exchange is interrupted, seek to heal the breach immediately.

    Scorpio (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Each person in the team is helping the other reach