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Heart's thrilling performance blows away hometown crowd
by Richard Kennedy - SGN A&E Writer

Heart August 23 @ WaMu Theater Great performances are even better with an exciting crowd. Heart at WaMu Theater was certainly proof positive of that notion.

The moment the lights went down and the musicians made their way on stage, the crowd rushed to the front. The two leads hadn't even entered the spotlight ye
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QArts presents Matt Wencl in Sept. show
QArts presents Matt Wencl in Sept. show After large back to back group shows featuring a wide variety of talented local LGBTQ artists, QArts, the arts committee of the Seattle LGBT Community Center, is pleased to present the work of noted local artist Matt Wencl in a show of mixed media pieces that combine his photography and other techniques in more
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Exploring the Yukon Territory, wonderful Whitehorse
by Rev. Barbara Allen, CMP - SGN Contributing Writer

Most of us know little about Canada's Yukon Territory (YT), beyond that it may be cold, remote, somehow part of the Klondike Gold Rush, and might have been a place where Royal Canadian Mounted Police used horses and/or dog sleds. The Yukon is full of pleasant surprises, includi
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Women's Rights Day celebrated by timely and stirring Radical Women forum
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Starting off with a marvelously varied dinner of summery salads (who knew Radical Women/Freedom Socialist Party alum had a tasty chicken salad recipe?), things were lively and exciting at New Freeway Hall, last Saturday, August 25th. The event, which brought out a capacity crowd of polit
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Obscure Roman Polanski film emerges from the sands of time
1970s project, A Day At The Beach, opens Friday for one week at the Grand Illusion

by Derich Mantonela - SGN Arts & Entertainment Writer

Literally emerging from the sands of time is a previously "lost" little gem from major director Roman Polanski, A Day At The Beach, playing for one week only at the Grand Illusi
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Joss Stone gives high praise to Melissa Etheridge, prefers hanging out at Gay bars, and appears on Bumbershoot's main stage this weekend
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in   BITS & BYTES
Joanne Klein & Marc Smason extended at Amore, Pianist Ruby Bishop charms on Mondays at Martin's, Seattle's Arnaldo! readies New York cabaret at Crepe
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Twelve performances worth checking out at Bumbershoot
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