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Arts and Entertainment
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Grammy Awards: A guide to music's biggest night
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Music's biggest night, the Grammy Awards on Sunday, will pit Mary J. Blige against the Dixie Chicks, Madonna against Goldfrapp, Justin Timberlake against James Blunt, The Killers against Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Death Cab for Cutie against The Black Eyed Peas. Speaking of DCFC, I sent best wishes to the Seattle-based group via one of
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Don't want to watch the Oscars alone?
You don't have to. Seattle Gay News invites you to an Academy Awards party, on February 25, with everything you need to enjoy the big, golden night at Purr Cocktail Lounge (1518 11th Avenue).

Rolled-out red carpet, glamorous cocktails, star-worthy nibbles, A-list prizes, and of course, flat screens positioned throughout the bar to watch
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Ideas to make 'V' day that are fun, erotic or just plain memorable
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Okay, you people out there who keep pooh poohing the idea of a day celebrating love (and lust, because let's face it, lust is what most of us are really celebrating), get over yourselves. Whether you have a sweetie and have been partnered for years or have recently suffered a devastating
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A moving documentary about 'the lost boys' that will have people talking
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

God Grew Tired of Us
Christopher Dillon Quinn & Tommy Walker
Opened February 2nd


I was so moved by the documentary put out by National Geographic and Newmarket Films, that details the struggles and triumphs of four 'lost boys' (the young men who, because of
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Composer Gian-Carlo Menotti, Dead at 95
by Paul Varnell - SGN Contributing Writer

Opera and concert music composer Gian-Carlo Menotti died February 1 in Monaco. He was 95.

It is a striking fact that at least half of the dozen most important American composers of the twentieth century have been gay.

They include Charles Griffes, Samuel Barber, Aaro
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Valentine's eye candy: Joshua Radin isn't just selling out concerts across the country because of his looks
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in   BITS & BYTES
Arnaldo! prepares to wow New York, Enchanting Swan Lake soars at PNB, God Committee scores at Taproot
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
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Book Marks
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Out of Town: Great Budget Getaways
by Andrew Collins - SGN A&E Writer

People often tell me they haven't gone on a vacation in the past six months or year - sometimes longer - because they can't afford to travel. This is especially true of singles, who anticipate higher costs without a partner to share expenses. True enough, there are a number of cities out there with
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