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A shot of Old Grand-Dad: Quail Park, an assisted living center and senior apartment complex in Lynnwood, offers its residents an in-house pub, complete with an experienced bartender. The pub serves beer and wine and has applied for a full liquor license.

A reminder for the residents: The tumblers for Old Fashioneds have to stay in the pub and are not to be used for soaking dentures overnight.

Channel-surfing the vast cultural wasteland: A concert celebrating the fashion world, “Fashion Rocks,” is scheduled for 9 tonight on CBS, with appearances by Jennifer Lopez, Miranda Lambert, Duran Duran, KISS and others.

Disaster was narrowly averted earlier today after the wrong makeup and costumes were delivered to the dressing rooms for Lopez and KISS. However, Gene Simmons and Lopez did decide to go ahead and wear each other’s heels.

Mama mia: To mark the return of its annual $9.99 Never Ending Pasta Bowl deal, Olive Garden restaurants began selling a limited supply of all-you-can-eat Pasta Passes. For $99, the Pasta Pass entitles the holder to unlimited pasta meals for seven weeks.

During Olive Garden’s promotion, Metamucil also is offering a seven-week supply of its laxative for $99, and is also calling it the Pasta Pass.

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FILE — In this Sept. 17, 2020 file photo, provided by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Chelbee Rosenkrance, of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, holds a male sockeye salmon at the Eagle Fish Hatchery in Eagle, Idaho. Wildlife officials said Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021, that an emergency trap-and-truck operation of Idaho-bound endangered sockeye salmon, due to high water temperatures in the Snake and Salomon rivers, netted enough fish at the Granite Dam in eastern Washington, last month, to sustain an elaborate hatchery program. (Travis Brown/Idaho Department of Fish and Game via AP, File)
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