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Emmy Awards boast tight races, Gay emcee
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

American television is at its zenith; never before have we had such a stellar collection of programs, both comedic and dramatic, to choose from. Simply put, if you aren't watching TV, there's something wrong with you. From Bayou vampires (True Blood) to schoolkids singing their hearts out (Glee), from polygamists in hiding (Big Lo
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Hedda Lettuce sure to be delicious at Julia's
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Hedda Lettuce
in EAT ME!
September 24, 9 PM
Julia's on Broadway


New York City's premiere drag queen, Hedda Lettuce, is bringing her one-woman comedic tour de force, EAT ME!, to Julia's on Broadway September 24. The show will be a first for the gree
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Arthur Miller's Creation done right at The Schmee
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Creation
of the World
and Other Business
Theater Schmeater
Through October 10


It's a story as old as Adam and Eve. In fact, it is the story of Adam and Eve, and Satan/Lucifer, and God. The premise of Arthur Miller's play, The Creation of the W
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Confusing Cell Phone still brings the laughs
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Dead Man's Cell Phone
ArtsWest
Through October 3


Say that you're sitting at a café and someone's cell phone rings and he just won't answer it. And it rings again. And again. And again. And you start asking him to please answer it. And he ignores you. So, f
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Stage productions to enjoy this weekend
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Leaves are falling and turning those colors I love to emulate with clothing and tights, and there's that chill that tells even the most die-hard "summer's not over yet" fan that, yes, my season is upon us. Don't despair, Bunky; there's also another episode of Seattle's longest-runnin
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
MUSIC LOUNGE
SGN Exclusive Interview: Mason Jennings writes music from inside out
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BITS & BYTES

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OUTBOUND

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WHERE IT'S AT
COMING IN SEPTEMBER: Pink, Pet Shop Boys, and Seattle's own Pearl Jam
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Bright Star a sumptuous banquet
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One and Only '50s family melodrama a mixed bag
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Characters undefined in visually rapturous 9
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
Haynes and Winslet bring Mildred Pierce back to life
One thing you can definitely say about visionary Gay filmmaker Todd Haynes is that he's unpredictable, bouncing from the chillingly unsettling acclaimed '90s drama Safe to the Douglas Sirk homage Far From Heaven to the Dylan biopic fantasia I'm Not There. Now he's tackling an old
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BOOK MARKS
Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN Contributing Writer

The Show That Smells
by Derek McCormack
(Akashic Books/Little House
on the Bowery, $15.95)

This 10th title in a sublime literary imprint, curated smartly by Dennis Cooper for Akashic, is a creepy gem that's both grotesquely horrific and terrifically
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Get inside the housing bubble in SUBPRIME!
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

SUBPRIME! Inside the Heart of the Mortgage Meltdown
VoxBox, 1205 Pike
Through September 19


A former subprime loan officer and past and current actor, Norman Bell wants to help you understand how this economic meltdown happened. To do that, he's created a one
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A Dyke About Town: From Patsy Cline to Dave Brubeck
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Sweet Dreams Mercy and Cuteness particularly enjoyed the 77th birthday tribute to Patsy Cline at the Triple Door because they are enthusiasts for her music.

Star Anna and her Band of Laughing Dogs opened with a nice rendition of "Strange." Her "Two Cigarettes in an
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Town hall rudeness and good times with my slave
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

I don't like boxes. I am human. Boxes make me feel confined and not able to be my true self. I don't like people who like boxes, because they're usually uninteresting and have little imagination. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it. And, speaking of boxes and the people who like the
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