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FILM - MOL'S A DOLL AS THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

"I believe the female form can stand on its own"-photographer Bunny Yeager.

The Nineteen Fifties were, indisputably, the most black-and-white decade ever. Television, politics, race relations, and especially morals reflected the pervasive attitude that anything less than irrevocably Good was irredeemably Evil. (No one would know t
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TELEVISION - HBO to air documentary on Billie Jean King this month 'Billie Jean King: Portrait of a Pioneer' to examine the life of the Bisexual tennis champion
HBO Sports has [has produced a documentary] on Billie Jean King, exploring the personal and professional life of the landmark athlete and activist, whose remarkable career on the tennis court was equaled only by her impact on the struggle for women's equality during the 1970s. Scheduled to debut at 10 PM on April 26, 2006, the documentary will tel more
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Unforgettable Shostakovich at Seattle Symphony
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Not since Janacek's great 'Glagolitic Mass' a couple seasons ago have I heard such an exciting, passionate, and completely successful reading from Gerard Schwarz. He led the Seattle Symphony in a full-bore exploration of the emotions of Dimitri Shostakovich's 'Symphony No. 8' that will long live in my memor
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in the MUSIC LOUNGE
Rob Thomas and Jason Mraz possibly headed to Seattle this summer together; Kelly Clarkson's 'Addicted' tour coming here in August; sights and sounds from Tempe Music Festival
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in Bits & Bytes
Friends With Money charms film fans, Sleeping Beauty continues at PNBallet, Cannibal! returns to Thumper's cabaret, Arnaldo! headlines Dine Out in Renton
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DOCUMENTARY - Seattle hosts premiere of global warming documentary Mayor Nickels and executive producer present HBO's 'Too Hot Not to Handle'
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Mayor Greg Nickels and HBO executive producer Laurie David presented the premiere of the global warming documentary, "Too Hot Not to Handle," at the Seattle Public Library on April 13. This one hour special will appear on HBO on Saturday, April 22, in honor of Earth Day.

Laurie David, who ca
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Mt. Vernon screening of Inlaws and Outlaws a huge success
1. Producer Director Drew Emery receives warm affection from two of the films real life stars, Petey and Janey.

2. The Pride Foundation's Michael Goodnow, Farand Gunnels, with Kathy and Robert Reim of Skagit PFLAG, joint event hosts.
by Rev. Barbara Allen - SGN A&E Writer

Supporters of Drew Emery's masterpiece
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Brilliant speaker, relevant topics, not so politically aware organizers
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

2004 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
The Honorable
Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai


Benaroya Hall

March 17th

The woman behind me, from Kenya, (where speaker, Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai, is also from), lamented the fact that just before she got to say 'hello' to her ho
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Not your standard Easter weekend, by any stretch, this year's Norwescon rocked, all around the clock
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Norwescon 29

April 13-16th

Doubletree Sea-Tac

The most memorable moment of last weekend's Norwescon sci-fi convention was being so packed into the Bio-Hazard party, that when my friends and I finally exited the room, I told her it was as if we'd been squeezed ou
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~ D I N I N G ~ Purr: Good food, good service and enough ambiance to fill the Grand Canyon
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Where's a good place to take a friend for her (or his) birthday? Well, you could take them just about anywhere, if you're flush with cash, but if you're like me, and cash is a bit short these days, but you still want someplace that's nice and friendly, then take them to Purr. Located on 11th A
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