Sept 30, 2005
Volume 33
Issue 39

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Past Out by Liz Highleyman

MARC My Words to appear at Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
On October 15, 2005, the short film "MARC My Words" will premiere at the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival - at the Cinerama (2100 4th Ave, Seattle) at 12:00 pm, as part of the "Local Shorts" program.

The 11-minute short documentary profiles the activities and attitudes of the group MARC - the Multifaith Alliance of Reconciling Communities, an association of multifaith GLB
The Pulp Vixens bring their unique comedic style to Seattle
By Tom Bennett - SGN A&E Writer br>
The Pulp Vixens have been entertaining Seattle audiences for almost a decade with their unique style of Lesbian comedy. They return to Theatre Off Jackson later this month with a double bill of "Hung by the Chimney" and "A Fistful of Lesbians."

The Vixens started nine years ago when Aha! Theatre a
10th Anniversary of Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival looks like a very choice experience
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

October 14th-23rd

As I mull over the fact that September (it is when I'm writing this), is not only the month of my first girl/girl kiss, my first girlfriend, and the continuation of my senior high school coming out
AIDS is Knocking: A multimedia project to raise funds and awareness of African orphans
VIVEZA Art Gallery

Saturday, October 1, 2005

5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Through video, art installations, sound and photographs, the viewer will be transported to Rabuor Village, Western Kenya. You will come to know Caxton, age 15, head of household, one of 14 million orphans in Africa who have lost their parents to HIV/
Antony and the Johnsons fill The Triple Door to standing room only
By Richard Kennedy - SGN A & E Writer

Antony and the Johnsons

September 17 @ The Triple Door

"My lady story / Is one of annihilation /My lady story / Is one of breast amputation&.." So began the set list by Antony and the Johnsons Saturday night at The Triple Door. Antony's voice in person is even more captivating t
Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN A&E Writer

Wounded, by Percival Everett. Graywolf Press, 207 pages, $23 hardcover.

The novel Wounded whispers of Matthew Shepard: it opens with news of the brutal murder of a young Gay man in the rugged high desert of Wyoming. But the truly haunting voice of this sorrowful story is rancher and
Provocative Feiffer's People, written in the late '60's, just as timely today
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Feiffer's People

Directed by Anthony Curry

Starring: Don McKinney, Christopher Kapsalis, Tiziana Aliosi, Tina Tricoli,

Joanna Doolittle. Northwest Actors Studio. September 16th-October 1st

In a distant memory, I can recall reading a few of Jules Feif
Hurricane Katrina benefit to feature BeauSoleil
"We have joined together with three other Northwest presenters from Bellingham, Longview and Portland to sponsor this special benefit tour of BeauSoleil, a band synonymous with New Orleans Cajun music, to raise funds for victims of the hurricane," said Kirkland Performance Center Executive Director Steve Lerian.

To provide much needed
Local theatre companies host Hurricane benefit at Town Hall - Anne Galjour to perform
Award winning playwright and performer Anne Galjour will perform her one-woman show Hurricane on Wednesday, October 5, at 7:30 pm at Town Hall as a benefit for relief efforts for hurricane's Katrina and Rita. Tickets are $20, and all proceeds will go to support Mercy Corps' work in the Gulf region devastated by these two powerful storms. Hurrican more
Robert Cray Band rocks the Triple Door
By Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

The Robert Cray Band

The Triple Door, September 22 & 23

Robert Cray and his bandmates helped the Triple Door celebrate their second anniversary - and the inauguration of their Young Artist Fund - in great style. Cray performed last Thursday and Friday nights, packing the hous
How to Welcome Friends and Influence Neighbors
Ever wonder whatís the secret to a warm, welcoming entry way? Wonder no more. Use these design tips from notable experts to best package your front door for a first impression that not only says welcome, but wow!

Noted home and style designer Stephen Saint-Onge says the entry door is a major first impression for the rest of the home. "The
Authors to read from new anthology about female icons
Local poets Shira Hassen-Shchiff, Tara Hardy, and Amy Mahoney to open the show; documentary to be taped

Tongue Lashing: A Spoken Word Show

Tuesday October 25

Re-bar 1114 Howell St. Doors at 7:30, Show at 8PM. Cost: $7

Join Oratrix Productions and Arsenal Pulp Press for Tongue Lashing, an electrifying e
Franz Ferdinand boogieing down two nights at the Paramount Theatre; Tracy Chapman brings new tour and music to Seattle
By Albert Rodriguez and Richard Kennedy - SGN A & E Writers


Saturday and Sunday, October 1-2 - 7:30 pm. Paramount Theatre - Tix through Ticketmaster / $30

Have I mentioned a band to you by the name of Franz Ferdinand? Okay, so we love them here at t
Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig

ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Relax and enjoy the company of the one you love, or audition candidates for that role. Explore any sexual desires you've been shy about expressing, and talk dreamily about your ideals and hopes for the future.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): If you have any problems with co-workers, this is an ex

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