July 14, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 28
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Seattle Black Pride to offer diverse programing and special guests Mad TV's Debra Wilson will present her new film
Seattle's Black Pride (SBP) is a newly organized non-profit organization dedicated to empowering, educating, and entertaining the Black same-gender loving community in the Seattle/Tacoma area. We have organized a variety of events for Seattle Black Pride 2006 that cater to the diverse interests of our community. For more information about Seattle Black Pride or our events, visit: www.sea more
Vancouver Gay Pride 2006: Our guide to cocktailing, eating, sleeping and fun-seeking
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Our coverage of Vancouver Gay Pride 2006, now just three weeks away, begins with hotel and Amtrak recommendations. Next week, Beau Burriola and I will provide you with suggestions for places to cocktail, eat, shop, and be merry. For more information on the list of Pride activities, visit www.vancouv
Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN Contributing Writer

Mama's Boy, Preacher's Son, by Kevin Jennings. Beacon Press, 288 pages, $24.95 hardcover.

There are pages in this memoir that will make readers cry. Jennings, founder and executive director of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), grew up white Southern tras
Summer Camp for LGBT adults celebrates its 10th season
'Camp' Camp, the country's only summer camp catering exclusively to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender adults will operate its tenth season this summer.

Located in the heart of rural Maine, 'Camp' Camp's primary mission is to give GLBT adults an opportunity to recapture their youth in a rustic setting. Camp is structured just like the
The Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas announces another season of contemporary African-American cultural programs
The Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas, Seattle's premier organization for African-American art and culture announces our 2006-2007 season.

This season is dedicated to bringing even more challenging and engaging performing arts, readings, lectures/discussions, youth programs, and special events that explore the diversity and complexit
Ganging up on a really cool band: Ryan Miller, lead vocalist and guitarist of Guster, releases his inner music geek to Seattle Gay News
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Deep Inside Hollywood
Johnny Depp will sing, slaughter for Tim Burton

Stephen Sondheim's legendary musical Sweeney Todd is enjoying a successful revival on Broadway, although the show - about a barber who gets vengeance on his enemies by cutting their throats and selling the corpses for meat-pie filling - has had a difficult road to the big screen. (Rome
2006 Gay Games will open with song in tribute to Greek 'Army of Lovers' - 'Beotia' celebrates ancient Gay history as lived by the Sacred Band of Thebes
CHICAGO , IL- Singer Matt Alber will open the 2006 Gay Games in Chicago performing "Beotia," an original song that celebrates the love of ancient Greece's Sacred Band of Thebes. The song is from "Nonchalant," the forthcoming debut album by Alber, an out Gay singer and former member of the multi-Grammy winning choral ensemble, Chanticleer.

Lambert House offers youth GLBT film series - Films will be shown Mondays or Wednesdays until September 4th
by Brandon Knox - Special to the SGN

Lambert House, the Northwest's largest happily thriving GLBTQ youth center, is hosting a free gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) film series for youth this summer. Films will be shown weekly on either Monday or Wednesday through September 4th. The schedule is below.

A dynamic lineup i

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