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Past Emperor and Empress complete their banner trilogy
by Sara Michelle Fetters - Special to the SGN

As twentieth anniversaries go, the one coming up for former Imperial Court of Seattle (ISCSORE) Emperor Rainier XI Paul Bigley is one he plans to cherish. He'll do so, not with a bold performance or a brassy new outfit, but by looking up in delight at the banners hanging from the ceiling. Banners that celebrate past ISCSORE monarch
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GLAAD announces nominees for 17th Annual GLAAD Media Awards
Seattle Post-Intelligencer nominated for Outstanding Overall Newspaper Coverage

At a press conference at the Queer Lounge in Park City, Utah, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) announced the nominees for its 17th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Presented by ABSOLUT VODKA. Among the nominees: critically acclaimed films Brokebac
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Comic legend Paula Poundstone returns to Seattle for American Voices appearance
She's back! One of the country's most gifted and disarming comedians and a regular on NPR's hit news quiz, Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me, Paula Poundstone sold out her American Voices engagement last November. She returns for one performance on February 3rd at the Moore Theatre with her very funny, sharp-witted, and slightly skewed view of the world. more
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The Bush School to present The Laramie Project
The Bush Upper School Drama Department will present The Laramie Project (February 1-4 @ 7 p.m. and February 5 @ 2 p.m.). Based on true events, the play is a breathtaking theatrical collage that explores the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are also capable. The story: in 1998, a 21 year old student at t more
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INXS flips the 'switch' at Paramount
by Lee Arthurs - SGN A&E Writer

INXS
January 19 at Paramount Theatre


Any doubts that INXS couldn't survive after the untimely death of Michael Hutchence were quickly laid to rest Saturday night at the Paramount Theater. Playing for a sold-out crowd, in their first US show of th
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CAFTA: Activists from two continents seek to prevent NAFTA and WTO-like exploitation
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Unionists and

Feminists Resist Free Trade

And Privatization in

Central America

Sponsored by Radical Women

Labor Temple January 21st


Speaking to a standing room only crowd at the Labor Temple on First Avenue last Saturday night. S
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'Gay Whistler Ski Week' ready to go with new event producers and small changes to agenda
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

2006 Gay Whistler Ski Week

Whistler, British Columbia - February 5 through 12

For detailed information, visit www.GayWhistler.com


Get that ski jacket ready and those form-fitting jeans pressed because "Gay Whistler Ski Week
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TRAGIC KINGDOM
Sisters present 'Back Into The Woods (Faerie Tales Gone Wrong)' to raise funds for Camp Ten Trees by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

Red Riding Hood: the better to eat you, my dear!

Snow White & the 7 Dwarfs: one at a time, boys!

Cinderella: shoe fetish?

Sleeping Beauty: let's face it, she's tired!
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