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Spandex's crime-fighting Gay heroes
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Spandex, a new comic magazine featuring a gang of Gay superheroes, has taken the United Kingdom by storm. Based in Brighton, the gang is led by glamorous transvestite Liberty and is the first of its kind in Great Britain. While other comics have featured Gay characters, the country has never had a Gay crime-fighting team.
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Kelly Clarkson adorable - and loud - at WaMu
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Kelly Clarkson
November 24
WaMu Theater


How many musicians can Kelly Clarkson fit on a stage? A lot - and she used every one of them during her 90-minute set Tuesday night at WaMu Theater.

The two-time Grammy winner opened her show with
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Jazz vocalist Kenny Washington's house concerts
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Bay-area jazz vocalist Kenny Washington has been making waves lately. His high-profile appearances with top jazz vibraphonist Joe Locke at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in New York have given him a great forum to display his talent. They were performing the songs of Henry Mancini off Locke's recent
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Adept actors anchor scintillating Equivocation
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Equivocation
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Through December 13


A fascinating new play opened at Seattle Rep last week, imported from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Equivocation is a sophisticated fictional history. It supposes what might have happened if King
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Dyke About Town: Enjoying the sounds at Jazz Alley, Triple Door
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Mose Allison
Mercy and Cuteness enjoyed Mose Allison at Jazz Alley very much. His band, with Phil Sparks on bass and Michael Peterson on drums, communicated with each other well. The group opened with "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," one of Allison's nicely comic crea
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Music for the holidays never loses its cool
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The gift that's always hip is music, and there are hundreds of new titles this holiday season ready to be downloaded online or purchased at your nearest record store. CDs and live concert DVDs make fun, cool presents that don't take much time to wrap - you can send them by e-mail with an e-ca
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Grammy noms likely for GaGa, Beyoncé, Swift, Houston
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Ninja brings buckets of blood to the holidays
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Wes Anderson unleashes a fantastic Mr. Fox
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The Road a bleak, challenging stunner
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INSIDE HOLLYWOOD
Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
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Project Pie to benefit Lifelong AIDS Alliance
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Project Pie, the Lifelong AIDS Alliance holiday bake sale, was a resounding success this year as dozens of Northwest bakers, chefs and caterers donated 1,200 pies to the cause. The bakers lent their time, talent and resources to provide pies, with proceeds benefiting clients of Chicken Soup
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Seattle Gay News takes early leap to Gay Games 2010
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The race for that shiny gold medal - or that tall, blue-eyed German standing by the doorway with his shirt off - begins right here. Seattle Gay News kicks off exclusive coverage of Gay Games 2010 in the coming months with vital information to start your trip planning for Cologne.
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