January 6, 2006
Volume 34
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Arts and Entertainment
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Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN A&E Writer

Loose End, by Ivan E. Coyote. Arsenal Pulp Press, 176 pages, $14.95 paper.

Reading the good-humored sketches in Coyote's third collection of autobiographical stories is like having the author drop by for a pot of hot chamomile tea with fresh lemon: It's a comfy, warm experience tinged with plainspoken tartness, infused with
Coming next week: SGN's live review of The Strokes 'secret show' at The Crocodile Café
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

How often do you count your lucky stars that you live in a major city? I do it every fucking day. And this week, I was doing it on the hour. That's because I found out The Strokes were coming to Seattle for a small, secret show to promote their new album Fi
A worthy and single 'shero' to start the new year off right
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Yea, after three parties to start the new year with my lovely friends, I'd wanted to start it by kissing a redhead, but the blonde who gave me a little smack wasn't bad. I'm all ready for a new year. And, my 50th birthday is in a few weeks too, but for now it's all about our newest 'shero,' Ly
ONE: A journey of discovery reveals timely answers to life's questions
by Rev. Barbara Allen, CMP - SGN A&E Writer

ONE is an award winning, deep, documentary movie worth seeing at least once.

It's the improbable, against-all-odds, well done, creation of a handful of people who together set out upon a journey of discovery asking the big questions of many of the world's most renowned and respected sp
The Seattle Museum of the Mysteries celebrates its 2nd anniversary
Up until 2004, The Seattle Chat Club, later known as The Seattle UFO/Paranormal Group, met at various restaurants and libraries. However, in January of 2004, the group established its present facility known as the Seattle Museum of the Mysteries (623 Broadway E., Seattle).

Established in 1998, the group has hosted world peace leaders, worl
If you're ready to start the year off with some cultural highlights, here are two art shows worthy of your attention
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

By now most folks have probably recovered from that 'morning after' feeling one usually gets the day after New Years Eve (even if you don't drink), and you're most likely feeling like finding something fun to do this weekend now that Christmas is over. Well, look no more, here are two fun art s



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