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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
'Altitude' at Whistler is haven for Gay skiers, snowboarders and tag along partiers
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

2006 "Altitude" Gay and Lesbian Ski Week

Whistler, British Columbia - February 4 through 13

For detailed information, visit www.outontheslopes.com

Rain, rain go away. That's what everyone's been saying in Seattle for the past three weeks. The droopy days and nights have certainly put a damper
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COME BLOG WITH US!
The Seattle Gay News now has a blog site with tidbits and just-announced information you won't find anywhere else. We invite you to log onto www.seattlegayblog.blogspot.com and check us out. Join SGN Arts & Entertainment writers Albert Rodriguez and Lorelei Quenzer on our blog site now to discuss the 2006 Grammy and Academy Awards. more
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Film screening this weekend to benefit New Orleans Lesbians
Two Towns of Jasper explores racial divisions in a small Southern town

by Tina Gianoulis - Special to the SGN

When Dyke Community Activists decided to kick off its annual series of film benefits this Saturday, January 21, with a documentary that explores racial divisions in a small Southern town, it seem
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Mr. & Miss Gay Asian to be crowned
3rd Annual Mr. & Miss Gay Asian/Pacific Islander International Pageant comes to the Broadway Performance Hall

3rd Annual Mr. & Miss Gay Asian/Pacific Islander International Pageant

Broadway Performance Hall

Jan. 28th, 2005, 7pm

It is a beauty pageant unlike any other. Drag queens and drag kings from
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A transformed 'Die Fledermaus' at Seattle Opera
'Seldom have I been so ambivalent about both the musical and the dramatic values at Seattle Opera.' by Rod Parke - SGN Contributing Writer

When I first heard of Seattle Opera's "concept" of a Wagnerian Fledermaus, I groaned. I had the silly idea that this operetta should be above all buoyant and light, not weighed down by Wagnerian v
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Rustycon: A chocolate auction, a requiem for a most missed member of the community and much fun with geeks, fans and hot redheads
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Rustycon 23

Radisson Hotel

January 13-15

I'm still trying to figure out why, with two gorgeous women within reach, did I leave Rustycon to go home on Saturday night last weekend, instead of staying over. But, I did get back on Sunday, and I did have a fabulo
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ArtsWest opens As Bees in Honey Drown
Author of 'To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar,' takes the audience on a witty and wild ride

As Bees In Honey Drown

Opens at ArtsWest Jan. 18

ArtsWest opens its second play of the season on Jan. 18 with Douglas Carter Beane's As Bees in Honey Drown, a Seattle premiere that pokes fun at the people wh
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Anti-Gay groups target NBC's 'The Book of Daniel'
NBC's upcoming series "The Book of Daniel," a drama about an Episcopal priest and his family, has prompted a protest from anti-Gay religious extremists in part because the show features a Gay character as the priest's son. Emmy-nominee Aidan Quinn stars as the Reverend Daniel Webster, Christian Campbell plays his Gay son, and Oscar-winner Ellen Bur more
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Brokeback Mountain: Intense and personally overwhelming
'I'm glad there was something so real about 'Brokeback Mountain' that it made me feel - just for a moment - that bittersweet mix of exhilaration and despair again and to remember what has been lost.'

by Andrew Burger - Special to the SGN

"Brokeback Mountain" is the most intense and personally overwhelming movie I
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An evening with singers and songwriters Ferron & Linda Waterfall in Bellingham
Ferron & Linda Waterfall

Saturday, Feb. 4

7:00 PM Unitarian Church

(1708 I St., Bellingham)

Tickets are $20 Advance $25 at the door

During her outstanding thirty-year career, internationally known, Canadian singer-songwriter and poet Ferron has released 12 CDs. She will be showcasing her newe
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Red Holloway Quintet brings humor, blues to Jazz Alley
by Jessica Davis - SGN A&E Writer

The Red Holloway Quintet

January 13 @ Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

The Red Holloway Quintet, featuring Red Holloway and Plas Johnson on dueling saxophones, Art Hillary on piano, Richard Reid on bass and Jerryck King on drums, performed with a mix of old-school humor and blues at Jazz
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Malick's The New World provides a glimpse of history in a fragile Garden of Eden
'A gut-level, breathtaking, subjective view of the very beginnings of our American history'

by Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opens today at several theaters

We're just a year away from one of the key germinations of our nation, the 1607 founding of Jamestown by English explorers/colonialists in what is
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JD of Le Tigre headlines 'Lesbian Utopia' at Chop Suey; Head Automatica and Morningwood double the fun at El Corazon; Coldplay lands at Key Arena with Fiona Apple
by Albert Rodriguez and Lee Arthurs - SGN A&E Writers

Seattle Gay News presents "Lesbian Utopia" with JD of Le Tigre, DJ Fucking in the Streets, DJ Fagolas

Saturday, January 21 - 9:00 pm

Chop Suey - Tix through www.ticketweb.com or $5 at door

Admittedly, I'm not very familiar with Le Tigre. Bu
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig


ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Are friends taking advantage of you - or vice versa? There is a difference between "benefits" and exploitation! In a generally confusing period, this is the time to trust your instincts. Difficult actions should be taken right now.



TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Relationships with colleagues ar
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