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Volume 35
Issue 23
 
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Smokey Joes Café,coming to Jazz Alley!
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley is getting ready to do some magic: morphing into Smokey Joe's Café from June 12 to 17. In Smokey Joe's Café, New York singers will serenade you during dinner with songs from your life. Remember the first time you heard "Hound Dog" or "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" or "Stand By Me." Go back to the beginnings of rock and roll and R&B, and get introduced to a couple of t more
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WEST SIDE STORY - A musical that'll make you cry, but leave you singing, and a play that'll tickle your funny bone
by Rajket Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

West Side Story
Directed by Bill Berry
Starring Louis Hobson, Maegan McConnell, Manolly Farrell, Miguel A. Romero, Jeremy Lucas,
Daniel Cruz, Jr., Jim Gall, Allen Galli, Sean G. Griffin, Chad Jennings Michael D. Jablonski
May 26-June 17th
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Evening explores dreams, history, hopes and the wisdom of living
Seattle gala premiere at SIFF on June 16th at the Neptune Theater

by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Evening
Focus Features
Starring Vanessa Redgrave, Claire Danes, Mamie Gummer, Hugh Dancy, Natasha Richardson,
Toni Collette, Patrick Wilson, Meryl Streep, Eileen Atkins an
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Inlaws & Outlaws restores Gay cinema
by Herb Krohn - SGN A&E Writer

"Inlaws & Outlaws" originally premiered at SIFF 2005 and has been on a cross-country odyssey ever since, winning festival awards and playing to enthusiastic audiences in unexpected places like churches in Oklahoma City. This new and final cut of the film is having its Seattle theatrical premie
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SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

More film gems ahead at 33rd annual festival

            The Bubble
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Book Marks
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Evening explores dreams, history, hopes and the wisdom of living
Seattle gala premiere at SIFF on June 16th at the Neptune Theater by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Evening
Focus Features
Starring Vanessa Redgrave, Claire Danes, Mamie Gummer, Hugh Dancy,
Natasha Richardson, Toni Collette, Patrick Wilson, Meryl Streep, Eileen Atkins and Glenn Close.
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Greg Kucera Gallery to feature works of notable artists
DEBORAH OROPALLO
Guise: Recent Prints
June 7 - June 30, 2007

As part of our PRINT FOCUS SERIES, Greg Kucera Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent digital prints by San Francisco artist Deborah Oropallo.

The exhibition will feature 10 large-scale digital prints from the artist's 2007 ser
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A musical that'll make you cry, but leave you singing, and a play that'll tickle your funny bone
by Rajket Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

West Side Story
Directed by Bill Berry
Starring Louis Hobson, Maegan McConnell,
Manolly Farrell, Miguel A. Romero, Jeremy Lucas,
Daniel Cruz, Jr., Jim Gall, Allen Galli, Sean G. Griffin, Chad Jennings
Michael D. Jablonski
May 26-Jun
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OUTBOUND: Portland - Rose City Pride parade, a weekend road trip, always fun
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

Portland officially kicks off the Northwest's Gay pride festivities with a sparkly parade and a weekend-packed roster for the GLBT community on June 16-17. The "Rose City" is currently undergoing a makeover, evidenced by a number of closed or ripped up streets in downtown, but this won't aff
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The Still-Great Philadelphia Orchestra at Benaroya Hall
Back when I was a teenager, I used to wonder why my Columbia LP's of the NY Phil didn't sound as terrific as those by The Philadelphia Orchestra. Same recording engineers, yet the NY players sounded thin in comparison.

That was before I came to know first-hand that orchestras differ greatly in their overall sound. Seattlites go
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The still-great Philadelphia Orchestra at Benaroya Hall
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Back when I was a teenager, I used to wonder why my Columbia LP's of the NY Phil didn't sound as terrific as those by The Philadelphia Orchestra. Same recording engineers, yet the NY players sounded thin in comparison.

That was before I came to know first-hand that orchestras diff
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White Rabbits at The Crocodile Cafe, The Pipettes fine tune at Chop Suey
by Albert Rodriguez and Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writers

White Rabbits w/ opening acts
Friday, June 8 - 9pm
The Crocodile Café - $7

I'm not sure how to describe the White Rabbits. There's so much happening in every song, it's like a carnival for the ears. The six-piece Brooklyn ensemble have crea
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): It's hard to resist following your impulses. Good, long walks and conversation with friends will help you see what those urges are about and where they may lead.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): You like to move with slow, careful deliberation, but now is the time to act on impulse, even while shopping. Trust
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Seattle Symphony's love affair with Central Europe
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Once in a while Music Director Gerard Schwarz demonstrates why he is in the position he occupies at the Seattle Symphony, and last week's program of its 'Central Europe Music Festival' was one of those occasions. Indeed, I cannot remember a more rewarding evening at Benaroya Hall.

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