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Elton: The Biography chronicles the highs, lows and all-around success of a legendary star
The Rocket Man turns 60 and his success is still orbiting after a 40-year career

CHICAGO: With over 250 million records sold and more than 50 Top 40 hits, Elton John is undeniably one of the most successful stars in the history of popular music. Known for his wild costumes, garish glasses and outspoken personality, the Rocket Man
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VILLAGE THEATRE: A national player in new musical theater development
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Village Theatre in Issaquah has become a nationally-recognized development organization for the nurturing of new musicals for theater. The program, Village Originals, has developed over 60 new musicals to date, including Making Tracks and The Ark which opened recently off-Broadway.

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Two funny comedies
Movies that will have you laughing so hard, you might piss your pants

by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Death at a Funeral Directed by Frank Oz
Starring Matthew McFayden. Peter Dinklage, Alan Tudyk,
Ewen Bremer Daisy Donovan, Keeley Hawes, Anday Nyman,
Jane Asher, Kris
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Win the complete 1st season of Ugly Betty on DVD!
Ugly just got pretty.

Seattle Gay News is giving away twelve copies of the entire first season of Ugly Betty, the Emmy Award-nominated series starring America Ferrera and Vanessa Williams.

All you have to do is drop by Purr Cocktail Lounge (1518 11th Avenue) or The Cuff (1533 13th Avenue) this weekend, August 24 t
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
With the success of 'Ally McBeal' under her wings, Vonda Shepard is ready to hit the jazz-pop jackpot all over again
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in   BITS & BYTES
Brooks' Young Frankenstein rocks Paramount with genuine laughter, Broadway bound show looks like a huge New York musical smash hit
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
Bumbershoot preview of gigantic proportions next week
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Out of Town - Philly Escapes: New Hope, the Brandywine Valley, and Winterthur
by Andrew Collins - SGN Contributing Writer

Because Philadelphia has become one of the great comeback cities of the Northeast, and it remains one of America's gay-friendliest destinations, it's worth thinking about some of the wonderful cultural attractions, charming towns, gay-friendly inns, and fine restaurants that lie withi
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Next week . . . Joss Stone - in the Music Lounge!
by Albert Rodriquez - SGN A&E Writer

She's beautiful. Has an impeccable voice. Has been nominated for multiple Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist. Gave an electrifying performance with Melissa Etheridge. Participated in the worldwide "Live 8" concerts. And, next weekend she performs in front of thousands and thousands
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Bumbershoot preview of gigantic proportions next week
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer The bad news is that we're not plugging any concerts this week. The good news is that we're saving our energy for a huge Bumbershoot preview next week, which includes a one-on-one interview with festival performer Joss Stone.

Lorelei Quenzer and I will highlight twelve not-to-miss perfo
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