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November 10, 2006
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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
Gay Seattle Pageant, the longest running Gay city title in the country, celebrates new firsts
by David Luc Nguyen (Teriyaki Temple) - SGN A&E Writer

History was made when the country's longest running Gay city title pageant crowned a new Mr. and Miss Gay Seattle this past weekend. More than 200 people crammed into the Best Western Executive Inn ballroom to bid farewell to last year's Mr. Gay Seattle Nick and Miss Gay Seattle Gia and elect their successors. more
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Youth-led benefit for Lambert House to be held November 10th
On November 10th at 8 PM, the Lambert House and American Friends Service Committee youth are throwing the first youth-organized, youth-led, youth-coordinated Queertastic Benefit Xtravaganza at the Cascade People's Center (309 Pontius Ave N).

The event is an all-ages benefit supporting youth leadership. The coordinators have organized an
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Short Van Morrison set satisfies Seattle fans at new venue
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Van Morrison
Saturday, November 4, 7:30 pm
WaMu Theater, Qwest Events Center


I know it's a cliché but I can't help myself, even with all of the rain we've suffered through this week: Van Morrison's concert was a "marvelous night for a moondance!" There may not have bee
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After a 20-year wait, Seattle finally welcomes Pet Shop Boys with open arms
by Richard Kennedy - SGN A&E Writer

Pet Shop Boys November 4 @ Paramount Theatre

"Thank you Seattle!" vocalist Neil Tennant shouted over the screams. "We've waited 21 years to say that!" And, Seattle concertgoers were more than thrilled to hear those words last week when the Pet Shop Boys made their first ever vi
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Out of Town - 10 Days in Costa Rica
by Andrew Collins - SGN A&E Writer

Verdant, mountainous, and unspeakably beautiful, Costa Rica might just be the Gay-friendliest nation in Latin America. In fact, Costa Ricans are resolutely cheerful and helpful toward all visitors. This small tropical country, which lies about 1,300 miles due south of the Florida panhandle, makes fo
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Book Marks
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Opera from the Heavens!
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

When I was a kid growing up on Queen Anne Hill, I used to ride my bike on Saturday afternoons. The point of these excursions was to escape the offensive sounds coming from the radio, as my older brother listened to the regular Saturday matinee broadcasts from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera in New Y
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Cowboy vs. Samurai - A grandly wonderful distraction
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Cowboy vs Samurai
Directed by Miko Premo
Starring: Travis Myers, Jose Abaoag, Ray Tagavilla, David Hsieh, Khanh Doan
Richard Hugo House
October 20-November 18th


Okay, it was my mood and the fact that the lead actor (or one of them), reminded me of s
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70's Sondheim musical, Company still has zing with a new audience
by Rajkhet Dizhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Company
Directed by David Armstrong
Starring: Hugh Panaro, Kendra Kessebaum, Anne Allgood, Bobbi Kotula
Susannah Mars, Daniel C. Levine, David Drummond, David Quicksall
Timothy McCuen Piggee, Lisa Estridge, Anna Lauris, Billie Wildrick
Laurence Ballard and She
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Where It's At: Dixie Chicks take the hard line for free speech at Tacoma Dome; Hot Chip gets sweaty at Neumo's
by Lorelei Quenzer and Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writers

Dixie Chicks: The Accidents and Accusations Tour
Saturday, November 11 - 8pm
Tacoma Dome - $39.50-65 / www.ticketmaster.com


Multiple Grammy-Award winners the Dixie Chicks are the best-selling all-girl group in history. That means ever, not just in
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig

ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Rising to a challenge can be fun. Better yet, challenge yourself to excel in something you enjoy. It doesn't have to be sexual, but the effort - whether at work, sports, or a hobby - will make you look very sexy.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Every couple has its little po more

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Native Son plucks at the very roots of the legacy left by slavery
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Native Son
Directed by Kent Gash
Starring: Earl Alexander, Kimberly King, Carl Roscoe, Chic Street Man
Ato Essandoh, Ricard Kline, Lukas Shadair, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Ken Grantham
Felicia V. Loud, MJ Sieber
Intiman Playhouse
October 20-November 18

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SGN X-Word

"... There Is a Season"

Across
 1 Junior Vasquez is this kind of jockey
 5 Circles over Mary and Peter
10 Type of appeal
14 Guy into bottoms?
15 Able to bend over
16 Like Albee's three women
17 He cruised for 40 days straight
18 One who comes s more

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Sports Complex

by Jim Provenzano

Roll Bounce: An Author's Obsession with Roller Derby

Tim Patten has been obsessed with roller derby for as long as he can recall. The first time he watched games on TV, he wanted to be a part of it, and took up roller skating soon after. Whenever roller derby tournaments toured near his c more

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