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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
The OutField: The Locker Room Closet Opens Up
by Dan Woog - SGN A&E Writer

[Editor's Note: The SGN is pleased to introduces a new column about sports by Dan Woog, author the "Jocks" series of books on Gay male athletes.]

As last summer's dueling Gay Games and Outgames proved, Gay sports in the 21st century are more than skating (for the guys) and softball (for, you know...). Gay men play football a
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Seattle to play a large role in jazz conference in New York City
By E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN Contributing Writer

The International Association for Jazz Education, (www.iaje.org), will hold its 34th annual conference in N.Y.C., January 10th-13th, 2007 at the Hilton and Sheraton Hotels in midtown Manhattan. This event is a jazz lover's dream, with performances, workshops, panels, an industry tra
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The great Beethoven Ninth castrated Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

What WAS I thinking?! That's what a friend asked me as we were leaving for this concert? "Why would you want to subject yourself to that&again?" he said. I replied that I hoped it might be different this time, especially with Jane Eaglen, Greer Grimsley, and Nancy Maultsby as part of the quarte
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Hip, Gay-friendly hotel chains
by Andrew Collins - SGN A&E Writer

If the Gay travel market didn't necessarily create the nation's love affair with stylish boutique hotels, it certainly helped to propel it. A decade ago, you'd have been hard-pressed to find these intimate, design-driven hotels in more than two or three cities, with San Francisco the originat
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Best of 2006: Film, TV and DVD/Video next week
Believe it or not, SGN A & E writer Lorelei Quenzer is still attending advance screenings of heavy-buzzed films, including Letters from Iwo Jima and Notes on a Scandal. Did they make her Best of Film 2006 list? Youll know next week when the Seattle Gay News reveals its choices for last years best movies, television programming, and DVD/vide more
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Book Marks
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The Good Shephard may be long, but worthwhile - The best film about the inner workings of the White House thus far
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Good Shephard
Directed by Robert De Niro
Starring Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie, Robert DeNiro,
Alec Baldwin, William Hurt, Joe Pesci
Now playing


The complaint that I heard most after the screening of The Good Shephard, the film abo
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Grammy nominated folk legend Odetta visits The Triple Door
Where It's At: Grammy nominated folk legend Odetta visits The Triple Door by Richard Kennedy - SGN A&E Writer

Odetta
Tuesday, Jan 9 - 7:30pm
The Triple Door - $25-$30


Musicians are often lumped into a certain genre category that follows them through their entire career. Odetta is no excepti
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Expose yourself to new ideas, and you'll be amazed at how your own brain reacts with even more original notions. You will enjoy brilliant inspirations, perhaps through dreams. If you have any psychic ability, it will erupt surprisingly in the coming months.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Be daring and exper
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SGN X-Word

SGN Puzzle
January 8, 2007
"Just Desserts"

Across

1 Ejaculation from Sontag's _The Volcano Lover_?
5 _The Incredibly True Adventure ___ Girls in Love_
10 McKuen and his package?
14 "Uh-oh!" to Lord Byron
15 Queer historian Stryker
16 _La Traviata_ solo
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Sports Complex
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Now Playing

Now Playing
January 8, 2007

NEW THIS WEEK:

Children of Men

Not a child exists on the planet earth in 2027, 19 years after an epidemic of infertility swept the globe, but a young woman, Kee (Claire-Hope Ashitey), in now-fascist England is pregnant. One more

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