August 11, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 32
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Arts and Entertainment
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Take a walk and enjoy some art, on the Hill and off

by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid
SGN A&E Writer

Some may call this time in August—past July 4th, before school starts, for most people—‘the dog days’, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have fun in the sun.  Or, you can go inside and see some art, and if you’re new in town, or just don’t know more

CAMP comes out
Q-Squared, a new Seattle-based non-profit organization for sexual minority men, announced that it will host this year's annual CAMP, a retreat for Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (GBT) men during the Labor Day weekend at the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southwest Washington State. Celebrating its 11th year, CAMP provides camp-goers (called CAM more
At last, a fine Rosenkavalier at Seattle Opera
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

When in 1997 Seattle Opera last presented Richard Strauss' 'Der Rosenkavalier,' it was pretty deadly. Leaden conducting by Gerard Schwarz and a lead soprano (Nadine Secunde) who looked and sounded way past her prime doomed the event beyond redemption. It didn't help that the Baron Ochs that year was a ciph
'Scissor Sisters Central': Tickets on sale August 12
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Gay News is your one-stop information source for all things Sisters Sisters. Look for our "Scissor Sisters Central" heading and that's where we'll post information on tickets, new CD, giveaways, pre or post show parties, or anything related to the much-loved glam-pop band.

Tickets fo
World Trade Center tells personal stories of first responders and families
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

World Trade Center

Directed by Oliver Stone

Starring Nicholas Cage, Michael Peña, Maria Bello, Maggie Gyllenhaal

Playing now, various theaters

The trailers have it right: the destruction of the World Trade Center is the episode that will forever anchor the l
Get closer to Joshua Radin: Star-bound artist once saw the Jackson 5 in concert, dislikes Arizona and is running low on boxer briefs
in Bits & Bytes
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels delights Seattle, Seattle Opera plans Wagner competition, Megan Cole charms at Intiman series
Seattle Gay News seeks Arts & Entertainment Writer: Style & Trends
Seattle Gay News is seeking a Style & Trends writer for an existing column in our weekly Arts & Entertainment section. This is a non-paid position, however it does entitle the selectee to benefits within our publication and the opportunity to work directly with clothing retailers, travel and hospitality representatives, restaurant and bar-lounge m more
Capitol Hill businesses revive Art Walk!
The Capitol Hill Art Walk has been revived by local businesses along the Pike/Pine Corridor. On the 2nd Tuesday of each month city goers, scenesters and art lovers will be treated to an energizing night of art, music, dance, food and revelry. This new monthly event, cleverly nicknamed the 2Tue: Capitol Hill Art Walk, kicks off on August 8th, 2006 more
Deep Inside Hollywood
Nicolas Cage Tickles the Ivories as Liberace

Oscar-winning actor Nicolas Cage has never been afraid to play flamboyant characters on the big screen, so perhaps it's no surprise that the star has announced that he'll play bejeweled Gay pianist Liberace in an upcoming film. Cage says he also wants to direct the film, which will explor

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