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Arts and Entertainment
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Clockwork Orange: Remixed Rocks!
Open Circle Theater brings their playful postmodern version to the stage

by Jacob Clark - SGN A&E Writer

We live in dangerous times. We're saddled with an Administration in D.C. that seems to take its inspiration from a Nazi playbook: pre-emptive war; "shock and awe" blitzkriegs; propaganda in the guise of network news; disregard for human rights, consti
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BIFF! POW! BITCH! - Bad Actor's Super Females battle evil in the Pike-Pine corridor
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

Super heroes are Gay. Every last one of them, from Superhomo to BatFag to Wonder Lesbo to the Bionic Dyke. No sublimination, no symbolism, no pseudo-Freudian theory, they're all Gay. From the crotch-hugging spandex to the obsession with combating oppression and injustice, the whole damn genre
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Multi-level play speaks to the African and African-American Experience, yesteryear and now
Multi-level play speaks to the African and African-American Experience, yesteryear and now by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Blue Door
Directed by Leigh Silverman
Starring Reg E. Cathey and Hubert Point Du-Jour
Seattle Repertory Theatre
February 1-March 4th


Using the tradition
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Five one-acts by Tennessee Williams to be performed - One tale is a timely story for LGBT community
Stone Soup Theatre (4035 Stone Way N., Seattle) presents the west coast premiere of a remarkable collection of one-act plays by Tennessee Williams, none of which were staged until 2004. The five plays were written in the late 1930's through the mid 1950's, and provide a fascinating insight into the developing voice of one of America's greatest more
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OUTBOUND: San Francisco, still Gay after all these years
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

Need a place to spend that holiday bonus? A city to shop for new threads? Maybe a weekend getaway for good food, or to self-indulge? Well, there's always San Francisco. The city became an international Gay mecca in the 70s and 80s, and today it's still one of the most open-minded havens any
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
The Police include Key Arena show in reunion tour; Grammy high and lowlights; Jason Aldean interviews with Seattle Gay News
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in   BITS & BYTES
New Legally Blonde highlights, San Francisco's theater scene, Ballet X 2, ACT's Hedda score
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
sorry, not in this week's edition
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Book Marks
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Dyke Community Activists to screen Hand on the Pulse
Film documents the life of Joan Nestle

by Tina Gianoulis - Special to the SGN

The entry page of Joan Nestle's "At-Home With Joan" website opens with the caveat: "You are on the verge of entering the home of a 66-year-old fem Lesbian woman. If you find explicit words about love, lust, play, creativity, illness and social
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Academy Awards preview next week in the Seattle Gay News
Will Jennifer Hudson walk away with an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress? Could Peter O'Toole upset Forest Whitaker for Best Actor? Is this the year Martin Scorsese finally earns the title "Academy Award-winning director"? Those questions will be answered on February 25 when the Oscars are handed out live at Hollywood's Kodak Theatre. Seattle more
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