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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
Palestinians and Israelis working together to end bloodshed is the focus of Encounter Point
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Encounter Point
A documentary by Ronit Avni & Julia Bacha, Just Vision Films, U.S.A., 2006, 89 minutes
Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave., 206-267-5380, www.nwfilmforum.org
Playing: December 5-7, Tuesday-Thursday, 7 PM, Wednesday-Thursday also at 9:15 PM


The documentary Encounter Point fol
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Ingersoll Gender Center throws holiday bash, fundraiser
Ingersoll Gender Center presents SnowBall, a sparkling evening of music, dinner, dancing and auction all in an Ice Palace fit for a Queen, King& or otherwise on Saturday, December 9th!

SnowBall is a celebration of the blizzard of Transgender, gender variant and genderqueer people for the whole TLGB communities! This is an event that
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The Beales of Grey Gardens
Peering Again into the Lives of Jackie O.'s Eccentric Relatives The Beales of Grey Gardens
A Film by Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Ian Markiewicz
U.S.A. 2006, 90 minutes
Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave., (206) 267-5380, www.nwfilmforum.org
December 1-3, Friday-Sunday at 7 & 9 pm

By E. Joy
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Book: The Modern Amazons, Warrior Women On-Screen satisfies on many levels
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Modern Amazons, Warrior Women
On-Screen
Compiled by Dominique Mainon and James Ursini
Limelight Editions
2006 softcover


Whether you're a trekker, into 'Stargate-SG1', or your taste runs more toward the femmes in martial arts films, or those man
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Pork Filled Players to return with more great performances
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writers

Go East Young Ham
Richard Hugo House
Closed November 10th

The skit about a 'truckstop waitress' squaring off with a 'geisha' was definitely worth going by myself to see. The recently closed laugh-fest, 'Go East, Young Ham', put on by one of my favorite local com
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Book Marks
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Garrick Ohlsson: How a fine pianist can hit and miss in the same recital
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Garrick Ohlsson has impressed me in the past as a technical wizard, at least when it comes to playing all the notes very fast. His artistry is, however, another matter. Sometimes his taste is suited to a piece so that the performance comes off very well. Sometimes he misses badly.

Such wa
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The Hidden Cameras bounce to UW campus; The All-American Rejects move along to WaMu Theater; The End's 'Deck The Hall Ball' rolls into Key Arena
By: Albert Rodriguez and Jessica Browning - SGN A & E Writers

The Hidden Cameras w/ Born Ruffians
Saturday, December 2 - 8pm
UW HUB building - $12 / www.ticketswest.com


At one point, it seemed like a brilliant and untapped handle to call a band such as The Hidden Cameras "gay church music". But the asso
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Embrace new adventures like your life depends on it. The quality of your life depends on a catalytic change; familiar pleasures aren't cutting it. Don't be afraid of a challenge. There's more to fear if you don't go for a big one!

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Review your mortgage or debts to see if you can g
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SGN X-Word

SGN Puzzle
December 4, 2006
"P's on Earth"

Across
1 Cut
5 Pears or Paige
10 Leather pokers
14 Nobel prize winner John
15 Body build
16 Hold one's horses
17 Welk's upbeat
18 Senate house, to Caesar
19 Butch's part in a choir
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Sports Complex
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Now Playing

Now Playing

December 4, 2006

 

NEW THIS WEEK:

 

Deck the Halls

 

Suburban optometrist Steve Finch (Matthew Broderick) loves Christmas, but his Yuletide spirit deflates when his new neighbor, Buddy Hall (Danny DeVi more

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