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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
The pink triangle comes alive at holocaust remembrance concert
Music of Remembrance, founded in 1998 by Seattleite Mina Miller, is "dedicated to the preservation, understanding and performance of music related to the Holocaust." From its beginning, Miller has wanted to find a way to recognize in its musical presentations the stories of how homosexuals suffered during and after this disaster. Three years ago, she found a way when openly Gay compos more
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Morrissey in excellent form at the Paramount Theatre
by Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writer

Morrissey
May 6 @ Paramount Theatre

I have said it before, but it still rings true. Every time Morrissey comes to Seattle it feels like a very special privilege indeed. The British pop icon visited the Paramount Theatre last Sunday, and all day I felt the pull
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Intiman Theatre fails to reinvent Skin of Our Teeth
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN Arts & Entertainment Writer

Skin of Our Teeth Through June 2nd
Intiman Theatre


The Skin of Our Teeth won playwright, Thornton Wilder, the Pulitzer Prize in 1943 and, not having been there myself, I'm assuming that it probably addressed the issues of that era in a
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Jordi Savall at Town Hall: Elegance and passion in unlikely places
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Anyone who knows the world of early music knows the reputation of Jordi Savall. Thus, every possible seat in Town Hall was full of expectant listeners as Savall, with harpsichordist Pierre Hantai and Theorbo player Xavier Diaz-Latorre, took the stage. This audience was not going to be disappoin
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LCD Soundsystem simply mindblowing at The Showbox
by Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writer

LCD Soundsystem May 2 @ The Showbox

James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem, has hands down been the most talked about electro-rock prodigy of the last few years. As if the 2005 Grammy-nominated debut album wasn't enough, a much-hyped headlining tour left legions o
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Arctic Monkeys live up to superstar status with top notch show
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Arctic Monkeys May 3 @ The Showbox

We've come to expect great things from the Arctic Monkeys. And judging by the band's impressive, sharply executed performance at The Showbox a week ago, they hold themselves accountable to these same expectations.
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Stories, song and cheers celebrate the labor movement on Cinco De Mayo at New Freeway Hall
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Starting with a delicious dinner of herb-roasted pork loin, and accompanying buffet (including a vegetarian option), the celebration of both Cinco de Mayo and May Day kicked off last weekend (May 5th), at New Freeway Hall. And dressed in the colors that have come to be associated
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28 Weeks Later: A scary view of the future that'll get under your skin
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

28 Weeks Later Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Starring Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Imogen Poots, Mackintosh Muggleton,
Jeremy Renner, Catherine McCormack
Opens April 11th


From the calm opening, (which references the events of
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Attention Scandi-Gay-vians! Syttende Gay is back!
After a successful launch in 2006, Syttende Gay returns to Café Metropolitain, 1701 E. Olive Way, near Starbucks on Capitol Hill, Thursday, 17 May 2007 at 9 p.m.

As a refresher or to those who are not familiar with what the term "Syttende" means, it's the Scandinavian term for the seventeenth of. In the context of which we are
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Deborah Voigt at Benaroya Hall: Pretty notes not enough
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Singing a song recital requires very different skills from singing opera. In some ways, a recital is the more difficult task. The singer has no costumes to hide behind, no sets or props to play with, no sumptuous orchestral sound to ride like a magic carpet, and no other singers to share the lo
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Dayton Contemporary Dance Company's 'color-ography, n. the dances of Jacob Lawrence' is a brilliant and moving tribute to the artist
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, (DCDC), brought their brilliant and moving tribute to late Seattle artist, Jacob Lawrence, to Meany Hall's "World Series" on May 3rd-5th. "Color-ography, n. the dances of Jacob Lawrence", featured four pieces by invited choreographers; Donald Byrd, Re
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Fergie and Lily Allen set for KISS 106.1's 'Girls Night Out' at Everett Events Center, Dina Martina does B-sides at Rebat
by Richard Kennedy - SGN A&E Writer

"Girls Night Out" featuring Fergie, Lily Allen, Hilary Duff and Katherine McPhee
Sunday, May 13 - 7pm
Everett Events Center - $37, $47, $108


It's "girls, girls, girls!" at the Everett Events Center this weekend! After spending Mother's Day listenin
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Some recent frantic fogginess is clearing up. The time for outward direct action is coming, but is not here yet. In the meantime, exercise - preferably martial arts or dancing - will help shake out the cobwebs. Dreams tell you where to direct your energy soon.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): All your good
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Cynthia Hopkins with 'Gloria Deluxe' in Must Don't Whip 'Um at On the Boards
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Must Don't Whip 'Um
May 3rd-6th
On the Boards


Cynthia Hopkins has found a clever, playful and entertaining vehicle to showcase her original music and band "Gloria Deluxe" in her multimedia performance piece "Must Don't Whip 'Um". She was inspired by
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