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Elizabeth Stanley, Xanadu's muse, speaks with the SGN
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Lily Armani gets unTucked at Neighbours
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HOT TUESDAY NIGHTS:
Go-go and drag contests heat up the fun at R-Place

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Sixth Bowiemas celebration a glam rock triumph
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Dynamic Electra at Seattle Shakespeare
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14/48 the riskiest theater in town
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Mercy enjoys Pearl Django at Jazz Alley
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Byzantine Christmas music haunting and austere
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VIDEO MSNBC's Rachel Maddow - guests David Boies and Ted Olson as plaintiff's attorneys in Prop 8 trial
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Five-star tours fuel anticipation in 2010
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Preachy Book of Eli a disappointment
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Cera channels Belmondo in Youth in Revolt
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Talking with A Single Man's Nicholas Hoult
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Native Hawaiian artists, Phoenix and Kathy Griffin kick off 2010
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
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Phoenix, Ke$ha, Spoon, and Matthew Morrison
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Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
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Book Marks
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Bruckner performance shook the gates of Heaven
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Outrageous and dark Hunter Gatherers
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Tom Ford: A Single Man's other man
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Elizabeth Stanley, Xanadu's muse, speaks with the SGN
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Xanadu January 19-24 Paramount Theatre

Elizabeth Stanley is the kind of multitalented actress that Broadway is currently requiring. It is no longer enough to be a triple threat (singing, dancing and acting), and it seems that theatrical actors are being asked to express more of their talents. While
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Lily Armani gets unTucked at Neighbours
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Lily Armani unTucked
Fridays at 8:30 PM
Neighbours Nightclub


Lily Armani: unTucked has returned to Capitol Hill. The two-hour parade of drag comedy, performance and spontaneity - hosted by the show's namesake, the beautiful and oh-so-talented Lily Armani -
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HOT TUESDAY NIGHTS:
Go-go and drag contests heat up the fun at R-Place

by Shaun Knittel - SGN Staff Writer

Seattle's 'Next Top Go-Go Boy' and 'So You Think You Can Drag?' Tuesdays at 10 PM R Place

Lady Chablis is looking for a few good men. Whether you're the boy who thinks he is starring in his own Lady GaGa music video every time you go to the club or the guy who just c
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Sixth Bowiemas celebration a glam rock triumph
by James Whitely - SGN Contributing Writer

Bowiemas
January 8
The Warehouse


On January 8, the birthday of David Bowie, 200 people gathered at The Warehouse, 3310 Wallingford Ave. N., for the sixth annual Bowiemas, a celebration of Bowie, glam, and community in honor of the Thin White Duke. Fe
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Dynamic Electra at Seattle Shakespeare
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Electra
Seattle Shakespeare
Company
Through January 31


Frank McGuinness' adaptation of Sophocles' tragedy of the famous Greek myth Electra is a fast-moving story told in real time. A striking element of the play is that its characters are mostly women
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14/48 the riskiest theater in town
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

14/48
January 15-16, 8 and 10:30 PM
ACT Theatre


It's time again for the bi-annual world's quickest theater festival. 14/48 is the riskiest kind of theater in town. Seven scripts are written overnight based on a theme drawn from a plastic ice cream cone; actor
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Mercy enjoys Pearl Django at Jazz Alley
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Pearl Django
Mercy and Cuteness ate up Pearl Django's performance at Jazz Alley last week. As Cuteness said, it is music that just makes her happy.

The band members - Michael Gray on violin, Neil Andersson and Ryan Hoffman on guitar, Rick Leppanen on bas
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Byzantine Christmas music haunting and austere
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

A Byzantine Christmas with Cappella Romana
January 9
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church


Notes by guest reviewer Adam Ross: Attending a concert of music that one knows virtually nothing about is always a challenge; the ear listens, but doesn't necessarily know
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Five-star tours fuel anticipation in 2010
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

We're just getting started on 2010, and the anticipation for these upcoming tours is already building.

Lilith Fair
Lesbian-palooza - or Lilith Fair, as it's better known - is back. Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, who I had the privilege of speaking
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Preachy Book of Eli a disappointment
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

Eli (Denzel Washington) thinks he has been walking west for 30 years. It's been about that long since the war that destroyed the known world, and it wasn't too long after that that he started his dangerous trek.

Eli stumbles into a town of murderers and thieves con
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Cera channels Belmondo in Youth in Revolt
by Scott Rice - SGN Contributing Writer

Youth in Revolt
Opening January 8


Michael Cera is a terrific comedic actor with superb timing. He wields the pregnant pause like a samurai slices warm butter. And just when you think his career has been compromised beyond repair due to typecasting as the awkward
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Talking with A Single Man's Nicholas Hoult
by Gary M. Kramer - SGN Contributing Writer

In A Single Man, George (Colin Firth) is a man grieving for the loss of his lover Jim (Matthew Goode). On the day the film takes place, Kenny (Nicholas Hoult), a student of his, starts paying attention to George, chatting him up and eventually seeking him out at home, where the two men
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Native Hawaiian artists, Phoenix and Kathy Griffin kick off 2010
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

2010 has arrived, and so has a full slate of anticipated live performances. Here are my picks for January's best shows, including the already sold-out concert by French pop-rockers Phoenix. Amy Hanaiali'i / Willie K /
Henry Kapono
The Triple Door
January 10, 18 and
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Re-imagine the future. Be open to new possibilities. The knock of opportunity may sound like something very different. Trust your instincts and those of your friends to help you decipher the clues.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Your ambitions may need some clarification in the long run, but for now, fo
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Phoenix, Ke$ha, Spoon, and Matthew Morrison
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Phoenix is red hot. Not the city, silly, the Parisian foursome, who've landed on nearly every music critics' year-end list (mine, too) with 2009's pop-rock gem Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, not to mention a Grammy nomination and an already sold-out slate of concerts, including next weekend's pe
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig

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ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Re-imagine the future. Be open to new possibilities. The knock of opportunity may sound like something very different. Trust your instincts and those of your friends to help you decipher the clues.

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Deep Inside Hollywood - Romeo San Vicente
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Book Marks
by Richard Labonte SGN Contributing Writer

For a few years, memoirs have been the "it" book in literary Queer publishing, and the trend continues - several are included in this subjective list of my 10 "best" fiction and nonfiction titles of the year. Meanwhile, there's also been a boom in young adult titles; one outstanding repres
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Shortbus starts Seattle's Lesbian and Gay Film Festival with a bang, not a whimper -
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Re-imagine the future. Be open to new possibilities. The knock of opportunity may sound like something very different. Trust your instincts and those of your friends to help you decipher the clues.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Your ambitions may need some clarification in the long run, but for now, fo
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