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Arts and Entertainment
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Markus Groh makes the most out of a new Steinway
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Markus Groh is a handsome pianist - tall and slender, about 30, long auburn hair pulled straight back into a long ponytail - and his playing was handsome indeed. His manner in walking across the stage was stiff and timid; he almost never smiled. Yet, when he sat at the piano, lovely poetry flowed from his graceful hands.

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Best of Television 2006: Entourage, The Office, Weeds among the standouts
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Besides all the music I listen to, I'm a TV addict. Good, bad, or downright ugly, I'll watch it. In a year in which the big networks delivered one disappointing new series after another, and in which McDreamy faced McSteamy in a Battle o' the Studs, here's what I chose for 2006's best. more
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Best of Film 2006: Babel, The Queen, Dreamgirls make the list
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

The hardest part of a best-of list is whittling it down. Honestly, I go to movies really, really wanting to like them, and I'm usually pretty happy. (See my list of disappointments for the major exceptions of 2006.) So I finally got my list down to 30 when I stalled trying to place them in a
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The World of Opera: Forever changed!
Modern technology takes us to the Met

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

I have never before been as excited to report on an opera performance as I am this time. Allow me to try to describe what was so special about this experience.

As we entered the Regal Auburn Stadium 17 cineplex almost an hour before
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Rustycon: A weekend with the wild and wacky geeks of the sci-fi realm
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Rustycon
January 12-14
Sea-Tac Holiday Inn


Well, the year progresses-heck it's almost time for my birthday at the end of this month, the 26th to be specific-and once again there's a whole new slew of adventures to be had 'out there'. One of the ones
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Modest Mouse release hot new single; Bloc Party kicks off spring tour in Seattle; Celine Dion ending Las Vegas run; The Arcade Fire announce 'Bible' tracks
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in   BITS & BYTES
Musical Spelling Bee charms at Paramount, Mirror Stage salutes Martin Luther King, Crepe de Paris hosts three new cabarets,
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
Fringe theater is alive and well on Capitol Hill
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Book Marks
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Not so best films of 2006: The disappointments
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Wow. Maybe I'm just a meanie, but this list was wa-a-a-y easier to compile than my top 10. I'm usually a big fan - especially of numbers 1-3 - so rest assured, these flops haven't turned me off of movies yet. Just be careful in 2007, okay?

1. For Your Consideration (Directed
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Not so best television of 2006: The stinkers
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Television's worst shows out numbered the best by a large margin in 2006. Here's the bottom of the barrel in whatever order you'd like to put them in.

1. The View
We love Ellen Degeneres, but Rosie O'Donnell is a different story. Her addition to this already-lam
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