May 12, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 19
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Arts and Entertainment
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Campy Adam & Steve temptation for romantics at heart
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Adam & Steve
>Directed by Craig Chester
Starring Craig Chester, Malcolm Gets, Parker Posey and Chris Kattan
Opens today at the Harvard Exit
Not rated

Adam & Steve doesn't say much about Gay love that's original. Yes, it's hard to trade in a lifestyle of great one-night-stands for okay long-term sex; publi
Cirque du Soleil Brings 'Varekai' to Redmond
Interview with the Atherton Twins

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

If you've never seen a Cirque du Soleil show, you need to know that this is a circus that pleases even those who hate circuses. There are no animals, just incredible performers, astounding colors and exciting original music in a comfortable air-conditioned tent t
'Syttende Gay' to premier at Café Metropolitain
LGBT event to celebrate Scandinavian heritage and culture

Every year on the 17th of May, over some 10,000 people gather in the district of Ballard to celebrate what is known as "syttende mai" (Seventeenth of May) that is a day in 1905 that Norway officially gained independence from the rule of Sweden and Norway's constitution was
Cartoonish, superficial Art School Confidential falls flat
by Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opens Friday at the Egyptian

What should one expect from Terry Zwigoff, the man who brought us the one-joke-idea-going-nowhere "Bad Santa," helming a film called "Art School Confidential"?

Subtlety isn't SUPPOSED to be Zwigoff's thing, but even so, "Art School Confidential,"
Sex vs. Sensibility in La Petite Jerusalem
by Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opens Friday at the Grand Illusion

French/Jewish/Tunisian writer-director Karin Albou's first feature film, "La Petite Jerusalem" ("Little Jerusalem") is set in the Parisian suburban Jewish enclave of Sarcelles in 2002 during a time of anti-Semitic agitation, but her story is much more
Wolfmother interview on its way; new artist Joshua Radin creating strong buzz; Barry Manilow re-releases three albums; Red Hot Chili Peppers coming to Seattle soon
in Bits & Bytes
John Pizzarelli returns to Jazz Alley, Garcia's Lost City opens at Guild 45th, Operatic Brundibar charms at MOR
The Essential Gay Mystics author, Andrew Harvey, featured in person at May Lynnwood Conference
by Rev. Barbara Allen, CMP - SGN A&E Writer

Awakening to a divine, eternal presence, is wonderful, ecstatic, and intimate communion. Encounters of such glimpses beyond the curtain of day-to-day reality often take the form of poetry, detailing the describable parts of passionate union with a divine lover.

From ancient Greece's Sa
Spring fashion must-haves: skinny jeans, lightweight flip-flops and basic T's make the cut
by Corey Gutch - SGN A&E Writer

Spring has arrived in Seattle! Yes, we actually have a spring season& yes, it's still kind of cold& and yes, I know it's the middle of MAY& So what?! Quit your bitching, and turn your gray-weather angst into ferocious spring fashion shopping. I'm going to tell you what you need and where to go in Seattle.


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