February 17, 2006
Volume 34
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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
by Rex Wockner - SGN Contributing Writer

NEW ORLEANS - Carnival season got off to a raucous and politicized start Feb. 11 with the Krewe du Vieux parade through the heavily Gay Faubourg Marigny and French Quarter neighborhoods.

More than half of the 100-plus contingents took pot shots - ranging from biting to lewd - at city, state and federal officials and agencies fo
Seattle has a bright new venue for the arts
Empty Space will be the theatre-in-residence

by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle has an exciting new arts venue. Seattle University opened its new Lee Center for the Arts with a celebration on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.

Named for Jeanne Marie and Rhoady Lee Jr., both alumni and active in the S.U. community, t
Ming's Asian Gallery presents 'Erotica -The Art of Love' Exhibition ends February 26
An exhibition of fine erotic art for collectors, the curious, and the uninhibited. Capturing the cultural ambiguity and allure of Asia, the insights of this exhibit provide a format where aesthetics overrides the subject matter.

Ranging from suggestive to blatantly obvious, the theme of harmonious relations is explored. Whether depicting
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Don't wanna stay home and watch the Academy Awards by yourself? Don't feel like cleaning up your apartment, or cleaning it up afterwards, as host of a party for invited friends and guests? Well, you don't have to. This year, come watch the Oscars with a bunch of Gay boys and girls and cheer an impr
The Wedding Singer is a perfect musical for dates and everyone else
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Wedding Singer

Directed by John Rando

Choreographed by Rob Ashford

Starring: Stephen Lynch, Laura Benanti, Richard H. Blake

Kevin Cahoon, Felicia Finley, Tina Maddigan, Matthew Saldivar

Amy Spanger and Rita Gardner

January 31-Febr
Winterbottom tackles the unfilmable in Tristram Shandy
by Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opening Today at the Guild 45th

Laurence Sterne's Eighteenth Century novel, "The Life And Opinions Of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman" has often been called the most important English language novel, which almost nobody has read. It has also been deemed one of the world's most "unfilmab
Founded in 1999, event celebrates its seventh anniversary

A discussion about a Seattle local public access show, covering the Gay Asian scene in West Hollywood, prompted Erik Witzoe to discuss the possibilities of creating an event focusing on the Seattle's Gay Asian community. In October of 1998, Erik went to one of the main host Leroy Ch
Final Destination 3 is a pretty intense ride
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Final Destination 3

Directed by James Wong

Starring: Mary Elizabeth Winsted, Ryan Merriman, Lewis Romero, Leon Equinox, Amanda Crew, Crystal Lowe, Maggie Ma, Patrick Gallagher, Agam Darshi, Sam Easton

Now playing

True story. I was so rattled and te
Blooms, gardens and that heavenly smell, it's the Northwest Flower and Garden Show
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Northwest Flower and Garden Show

Convention Center

February 8-12

It's gone now, and so is the lovely weather with all of that sunshine we were having last weekend when I, full of adrenaline and romantic notions, took myself over to the Convention Center for
Inlaws & Outlaws is back!
Screenings to raise funds for the film's final cut

Inlaws & Outlaws

Sunday, February 26th at

6:30 and 9:00 pm,

Broadway Performance Hall,

(1625 Broadway, Seattle)

Tickets: $10 by phone or in person through Ticket Window (206-325.6500,

GLEAM (Gay & L
The Market Street Singers present 'Shilshole On The Pacific Rim'
The Market Street Singers, a community choir for Ballard, will present their first fully-staged concert "Shilshole on the Pacific Rim" on Saturday, March 11, at 7:30 pm. This free concert will be at the Nordic Heritage Museum, 3014 NW 67th Street, and is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from the City of Seattle, Department of N more
Western Skies: Working Out in Wyoming
'Brokeback' doesn't reflect the lives of some of today's Lesbian and Gay residents of Wyoming.'

by Jim Provenzano - SGN Contributing Writer

Although enormously popular, the tragic love story of Brokeback Mountain doesn't reflect the lives of some of today's Lesbian and Gay residents of Wyoming. When not working for LG
Jumping and jiving at Jazz Alley with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

Thursday- Sunday, February 23 - February 26 - Call for show times

Dimitriou's Jazz Alley - For reservations call (206) 441-9729 / $24.50, two sets nightly

After all of the rain we've had this winter, I am really ready to jive and wail. And I can'
Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig

ARIES (March 20 - April 19): You don't usually have doubts about yourself, but now you're having your share! Boost your mood with fun and games, and practice just having fun. You don't always have to win!

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Friendships feel unreliable these days. Practical lessons from your parents are at odds w

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