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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
Truth, red carpets and banana skins - SGN talks to out actor/writer Rupert Everett about his new autobiography
by Mark Segal - Special to the SGN

Rupert Everett, known for his rent boy early years, his movies with Madonna and Julia Roberts and as the voice of Prince Charming in Shrek 2, strolled into a Chelsea restaurant looking like a man who had just finished his morning workout, unshaven and sans a stylish outfit, unexpected from a product of Hollywood. Without handlers
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Please, Oscar, remember these!
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

The polls closed last Saturday at 5:00 pm, and the Oscar nominations will be announced early Tuesday, January 23rd. There's no one left to listen who can do anything about it, but here are ten individuals (well, eleven, really) who, I submit, deserve more kudos.

Robert Altman,
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The OutField: Slamming the door on negative recruiting
by Dan Woog - SGN A&E Writer

It's hard being a Lesbian athlete or coach. You're never sure what's being said behind your back - or when. In the college ranks, verbal Gay-bashing takes many forms. One of the most insidious is "negative recruiting": trying to deter a high school prospect from attending a rival school by insinuat
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Rustycon rocked-on, despite Mother Nature's wrath
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Rustycon 24
January 12-14
Sea-Tac Holiday Inn


The theme was pirates and believe me, there were lots of examples of 'comely wenches' and noble, as well as not so noble buccaneers of the high seas to be seen around the environs of the Sea-Tac Holiday
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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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Book Marks
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Pan's Labyrinth: A fairytale for adults that carries the whimsy of a child's vision
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Pan's Labyrinth Directed by Guillermo Del Toro
Starring Ivana Baquero, Sergi Lopez, Doug Jones, Alex Angulo,
Manolo Solo, Cesar Vea, Roger Casamajor, Ariadna Gil
Opened January 12th



One of the things I thought of when I watched the d
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Out of Town: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Out of Town: Buenos Aires, Argentina by Andrew Collins - SGN A&E Writer

With progressive attitudes on social issues and a spirited, chic style that evokes Paris, Rome, and New York City, buoyant Buenos Aires has become the GLBT capital of Latin America. In this distinctly European-feeling city, the worlds of high fashion, haute
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The ladies suffer in Seattle Opera's new Don Giovanni
by Rod Parke - SGN A&W Writer

Because opera can be the most complex of all art forms, it possesses the most possibilities both for success and for disappointment. When the successes sufficiently outweigh the failures, I get very excited. Such was the case with the Metropolitan Opera's two latest live satellite relays to local
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Where It's At: Emily Haines headlines at The Crocodile Café; Joan Rivers mouths off at Skagit Valley Casino Resort; Grammy-nominated Ladysmith Black Mambazo harmonizes at Nordstrom Recital Hall
by Albert Rodriquez, Richard Kennedy, and Jessica Browning SGN A&E Writers

Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton, plus guests
Saturday, January 20 - 9:30pm
The Crocodile Café- $15

Emily Haines isn't just another flirty alternative darling teetering around in her heels and short skirt. Although, when I saw he
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Political passions are riding high, and politics arouses even more passions. What was that line about "odd bedfellows"? One way or the other, whatever motions you make are sure to be carried. Do think about the consequences!

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Charm and flirtation can get you ahead - if they do
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SGN X-Word

SGN Puzzle
January 22, 2007
"Oral Sect"

Across
 1 Cathedral of Hope collection
 5 Strip a fruit
 9 Singer k.d.
13 "Do Not Enter," with "out"
14 Baldwin's The Corner
15 The Gay Caballero star Romero
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Sports Complex
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Now Playing

Now Playing
January 15, 2007

NEW THIS WEEK:

Code Name: The Cleaner

Jake Rodgers (Cedric the Entertainer) wakes up in a hotel room to find a dead FBI agent and a briefcase containing $250,000. He also has amnesia, although he is convinced that he is an more

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