February 23, 2007
Volume 35
Issue 08
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Arts and Entertainment
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Academy Awards: A guide to Oscar's golden night
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

The 79th Annual Academy Awards are two days away, and they're sure to be Gaylicious. Oh, I don't mean Brokeback-licious. There's nothing as good - or as controversial - as Brokeback Mountain nominated this year, and the closest thing to a Gay character is that the guy from The Crying Game is nominated for playing Idi Amin. Gay icon El
You're invited to a fabulous Oscar party!
What: 2007 Academy Award Party

Where: Purr Cocktail Lounge, 1518 11th Avenue

Date and Time: Sunday, February 25 - 4pm start

The scene: Glittery cocktails, four-star nibbles, starry setting, A-list crowd, rolled-out red carpet, mounted TV screens to watch celebrity arrivals and Oscars ceremony.

Inlaws & Outlaws comes to Olympia for Equality Day
Preview screening of award-winning documentary rounds out important day of lobbying for LGBT equality

The Seattle film "Inlaws & Outlaws," winner of the deadCENTER Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize, will be screened in Olympia to cap off Equality Day on Monday, February 26th at 6:30 pm at the Capitol Theatre in Olympia. Ticke
The Shins 'wince' to diehards at two sold out Paramount concerts
by Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writer

The Shins w/ Viva Voce
February 18 @ Paramount Theatre

It's not the fault of The Shins that they accidentally became the poster child for indie rock romantics when Natalie Portman said, "This band will change your life", in Garden State.

It's also not their
Anti-war film makes for stimulating evening
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

The Ground Truth
The Center for Social Justice
February 16th
Sponsored by International Socialist Organization

Last Friday, while some folks were out enjoying early Mardi Gras celebrations, myself and a small group of socially conscious anti-war activ
Jason Aldean interview next week; Virgin Festival in Vancouver enlists The Killers and Muse; Kenny Chesney publicly denies Gay rumors; Bjork and Beastie Boys on Sasquatch lineup
French cabaret continues at Crepe de Paris, beautifully restored Becket opens at Varsity, Egypt at Portland Art Museum, Seattle Opera
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Book Marks
by Richard Labonte more
A deliciously upbeat telling of one of the greatest musical tragedies enlivens the 5th Avenue Theatre
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story
Directed by David Bennett
Starring: Billy Joe Huels, Mike Daugherty, Jennifer Paz, Matt Weiner
Peter A. Jacobs, Peter Crook, Angie Louise, Kelly Van Camp
Brandon O'Neil
February 13-March 4th

In 1956, the Korean
Night of FantAsia returns for eighth year
The number eight is considered a good number in the Asian culture and Seattle's long running GLBT Asian night "Night FantAsia" turns eight this year. Night FantAsia - Anniversary Eight comes to Nijo Sushi Bar and Grill, near the Seattle waterfront, Saturday the 24th of February 2007.

Nijo Sushi Bar was chosen this year, for numer
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