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The park doesn't give you a picture of Cal Anderson the man, so we want your remembrances,anecdotes and stories to give
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

I wasn't there for the opening ceremonies to welcome the public into the newly opened Cal Anderson Park, but my editor was, and George and I decided that that ceremony left something out. That something was the essence of who Anderson was, who we remembered when we looked back. So, this story, mine, kicks off what I hope will be a s
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Green Day pumps serious energy into the Tacoma Dome
By Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

Green Day w/ Jimmy Eat World

September 26 @ the Tacoma Dome

There are two words that best describe a Green Day concert. Loud and spectacular.

The award-winning punk trio returned to the Northwest on September 26 for a roof-blowing performance at the Tacoma Dome in supp
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French farce Cote D'Azur Lampoons sexuality; family
By Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opens Friday at the Varsity

Like the previous films of Gay French director/writer team Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau ("The Adventrues Of Felix," "Jeanne And The Perfect Guy"), their latest, "Cote D'Azur" (original title "Crustaces Et Coquillages" which roughly translates as "Seafood"
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Waiting will try your patience
By Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Opens Friday, Everywhere

"Waiting," its raunchy TV ads guaranteeing a hefty opening-weekend box office haul, deserves to quickly sink in its own slime after that.

This is Lion's Gate's contribution to a growing line of gross-out film "comedies" dedicated to body-functions "humor," ai
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Disappointing opening performance for On The Boards' season
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Sarah Michelson

On the Boards

October 5-9th

Back in 1985 (or so), I got a wild hair up my bum to go and see the Twyla Tharpe dance troupe perform new choreography to the songs of Frank Sinatra, decked out in Yves St. Laurent outfits. This was in Chicago, and it was 8
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Tower of Power pulls out the funk, the Dead Kenny G's turn in a psychotic jam session at Jazz Alley
By Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Mild-mannered Jazz Alley was transformed into a rocking disco when Tower of Power rolled into town for four days, then into a raucous jam session for a one-night, ones-set show by the Dead Kenny G's. Two more different acts could not be imagined.

All of the seats were filled for Tower of Power
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Rousing discussion, coffee and camaraderie make for a stimulating evening
At Radical Women's open mic coffeehouse

By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

I know I've been mad as the seventh level below hell (the one reserved for bus drivers who on purposely hit small, wild animals) every since I heard about the Katrina hurricane fiasco took over the airwaves, causing George Bush's ratings to finall
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STONE SOUP THEATRE PRESENTS: The Real Inspector Hound"
A play set within a play, The Real Inspector Hound, by Tom Stoppard blurs the lines between the world both onstage and off. "It is a comedy satire of delightful quality and great fun&" Richard Watts, New York Post. Directed by Michelle Gillette, Inspector Hound runs Thursdays through Saturdays from October 27 through November 19. (Preview perfo more

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