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SIFF's FIRST WEEK: GLBT cinema
by Herb Krohn - SGN Contributing Writer

For a full list of LGBT SIFF films visit www.siff.net or www.sgn.org.

Baby Love
France (subtitled)
Comedy
Rating: Good

This clever comedy features a pediatrician who has determined he wants to have a child, which causes a breakup with his longtime partner. First he atte
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Upcoming SIFF films of LGBT interest

2009 Film Fest's Gay highlights
by Herb Krohn
SGN Contributing Writer

The Seattle International Film Festival opens on May 21 with the gala screening of the political satire In the Loop at 7:00 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre. One of the Seattle’s largest public parties of the year follows immediately afte more

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Show Boat a triumph
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Show Boat
Village Theatre
Through July 3


The Village Theatre in Issaquah has done up another fabulous production with its presentation of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein's Show Boat. The amped-up presentation includes an incredible steamboat set which b
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Oddwoman: Professional acting for free
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Oddwoman of Pioneer Square
ACT Theatre
Through May 31


Even professional actors like to take classes in acting. They're referred to as "master classes," since, presumably, the actors have mastered acting and just want to keep working at getting better. Ac
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Captain Smartypants goes native in Air Smarty
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Air Smarty
Columbia City Theater
Through June 7


Captain Smartypants, an offshoot group of performers from Seattle Men's Chorus, will perform Air Smarty through June 7 at the Columbia City Theater.

The musical comedy, directed by Eric Lane B
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Wedding Story intimate and touching
Wedding Story intimate and touching by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

A Wedding Story
Seattle Public Theater
Through June 7


Fresh French bread is great when it has a slightly crisp, chewy crust, and delicate, soft insides. There's that satisfaction of grabbing a hunk of it and pulling with y
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Anthony Bourdain, the Mick Jagger of food and travel
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Anthony Bourdain
w/ Mario Batali
May 30 - 8pm
Paramount Theatre
$45-$175


I love food and I love to travel - combined with a killer mixtape, it's the ultimate nirvana. Unsurprisingly, I'm a huge fan of Anthony Bourdain. I've spent many hou
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RuPaul's Champion pure magic
by Boy Mike - Special to the SGN

RuPaul is the fiercest and most recognized drag queen superstar the world has ever known. Champion is by far the best album the disco diva has ever released. People seem to forget that it was the music that started his career and he is back, baby, back to let the legendary children have it on
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Bare Bones' eerie and fun dancing
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Bare Bones
May 23
Annex Theatre


My first thought upon watching the two dancers in the first piece of the evening - part of the Bare Bones performance/fundraiser last weekend - was that Aiko Kinoshita looked a lot like Alice Krige, the first wor
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New Terminator offers little salvation
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

Terminator Salvation
Now Playing


Judgment Day has come and gone, the war against the machines raging for close to a decade. John Connor (Christian Bale) is exhausted and exasperated, as nothing is happening the way his mother Sarah (Linda Hamil
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): You don't need to respond to everything people say. A simple retort could drag you into a tedious, time-consuming battle. The right intonation - "Oh, really?" or "That's very interesting" - can be far more devastatingly dismissive than any argument.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): You may be too eager
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Dyketown: Cruises, quartets and a Lesbian author
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Marian Anderson String Quartet
Mercy and Cuteness were thrilled to hear the Marian Anderson String Quartet at the UW Chamber Music Series. The group includes Marianne Henry, lead violin, Nicole Cherry, second violin, Diedra Lawrence, viola, and Prudence McDaniel, c
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Around the World a summer treat
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Around the World in 80 Days
Taproot Theatre
Through June 20


The title, Around the World in 80 Days, tells you almost everything you need to know about the current production at Taproot Theatre. It's a fun, fast adaptation of the book by Jules Verne, done by
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Lo Cor De La Plana celebrates Occitan language and culture
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Lo Cor De La Plana
March 27
Seattle City Hall


Lo Cor De La Plana is a six-member polyphonic male accapella singing group, formed in 2001, who sing in their native, ancient Occitan language and combine tradition and heritage with the influences of 21st
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