A bowler throws at newly opened Bowlero in Lynnwood. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

A bowler throws at newly opened Bowlero in Lynnwood. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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The former Brunswick Majestic Lanes got a $2.4 million facelift. It’s now Bowlero Lynnwood.

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