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Two New Burke Museum Exhibits Focus on Plateau Arts and Culture
Peoples of the Plateau:
The Indian Photographs of Lee Moorhouse, 1891-1915

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Reflections of Home
Burke Museum
January 26 - June 8, 2008


Seattle - This winter the Burke Museum presents two significant exhibitions on the historical and contemporary Native cultures of the Plateau regi
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Hike in the winter? You bet!
by Martin Fight - SGN Contributing Writer

It may be wintertime in the Northwest, but that should not dampen your desire to get out of the house, condo or apartment and spend a day outdoors among the natural wonders of Puget Sound - and meet some other Gay guys, too. "Hike in the winter?" you ask. Ya sure, ya betcha! It's the perfe
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Videophile closing it's doors after 25 years
by Rod Parke - SGN A& E Writer

One of Seattle's oldest Gay-owned businesses is closing. After 25 years of providing the best formats available, Videophile is selling its entire inventory at 50% or more off (cash and checks only), before its doors close for good on January 20th.

Far from your usual video store, Vi
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What's CHAC?
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Maybe you've been there for Pilates class. Maybe you've eaten at the trendy, upscale Crave restaurant. Maybe you've gone down the long driveway to visit the bar at the bottom, which displays purchasable art on the walls. Maybe you've attended a musical event or a New Year's celebration. All the
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Sanctimonious Bucket List a cinematic cancer
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

Edward Cole (Jack Nicholson) is an egocentric billionaire who made his fortune turning the health care system into his own corporate piggy bank. "We run hospitals not health spas," he says proudly, not caring that downsizing staff and sticking two people in every room doesn't ex
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Swansong: Seattle Shakespeare 'In Repertory'
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

SWANSONG
WRITTEN BY PATRICK PAGE
DIRECTED BY STEPHANIE SHINE
STARRING TIM GOURAN,
BRANDON WHITEHEAD, IAN BELL
SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
JANUARY 7-23
SEATTLE CENTER HOUSE THEATER


January is Seattle Shakespeare Company's "Cou
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Vigorous Caesar shakes Seattle Center
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

CHAMBER JULIUS CAESAR
DIRECTED BY GREGG LOUGHRIDGE
SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
THROUGH JANUARY 27
SEATTLE CENTER HOUSE THEATER


A "chamber" Shakespeare is slightly edited, sometimes for time, sometimes for numbers of characters. This Se
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The new Elite bar - relocated and transformed
by Ed Depicolzuane - SGN Contributing Writer

Patrons to the old Elite bar at the north end of Broadway knew it as a cozy neighborhood hang-out where the close quarters made it easy to meet other patrons, and they missed it when it was gone, as other businesses in the block also closed.

The good news for the night
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The Esoterics announce 15th anniversary season
The Esoterics' highly anticipated 2008 season features nearly 40 a cappella choral works, including the American premiere of Arvo Pärt's Kanon pokajanen, three centennial celebrations, six world premieres, and a new concert-length opera for a cappella voices by Eric Banks.

PLUS! The Esoterics welcomes their all-male counterpart,
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WEST COAST DEBUT Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War at MOHAI
A provocative exhibit from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia - Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War - will have its West Coast debut at the Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI) on January 19. The show focuses on three key constitutional crises faced by President Lincoln as he struggled to save the Union : secession, slaver more
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Concentration camp composers' artistic resistance fuels Music of Remembrance's free concert on January 19


Israeli Composer Betty Olivero's Dance Suite Recalls Tales of Prague Golem

On Saturday, January 19, at 2:30 p.m., Seattle's Music of Remembrance (MOR) presents "Legacy" - the second program in their concert-with-commentary "Sparks of Glory Musical Witness" outreach series. The concert will be held at the Seattl
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Something fun and mind stirring to start the new year, Rustycon 25 will offer something for all ages
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN Staff Writer

RUSTYCON 25
SEATAC HOLIDAY INN
JANUARY 11-13


I'm always glad when the holidays are over and the new year's started (and not just because my birthday's this month!). This means new science fiction cons to go to, and this weekend starts that ball roll
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
January 14, 2008

"Ask for advice, Virgo!" Mercury in Aquarius is aspecting Uranus in Pisces, creating weird little short circuits in everyone's brains. This can lead to powerful intuitive flashes, or daring leaps of faith. Still, look before you leap!

ARIES (March 20 - April 19): ESP isn't
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Provocative play on the aftermath of hurricane Katrina opens Rep's winter season
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN Staff Writer

THE BREACH
DIRECTED BY DAVID ESBJORNSON
SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE
JANUARY 10-FEBRUARY 9TH


On the heels of devastating storms in the Northwest, many are remembering the horror of hurricane Katrina, and the loss of life, mishandling by the c
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Sweet Honey In The Rock
The Paramount , 901 Pine, Seattle
Saturday Feb 9, 2008 8pm
Tickets:TICKETMASTER OUTLETS, TICKETMASTER.COM
AND THE Paramount Box-office or by phone (206) 628-0888
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