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posted Friday, July 13 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 28

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Arts and Entertainment
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Soul survivors
Remembering the '90s with a little help from my friends

by Aiden Klein - SGN A&E Writer

BOYZ II MEN/EN VOGUE/SALT-N-PEPA
TULALIP AMPHITHEATRE
July 7


I can't help but smile whenever I think about growing up in the 1990s. That is the decade I graduated high school and became a man. It was in those years that I first kissed a boy and felt the joy and heartache that comes with fallin
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Frank Ocean makes waves
Hip-hop sensation's story of same-sex love causes a stir

by Dru Dinero - Special to the SGN

July 3, 10:06 p.m. In the wake of his official coming-out - one of the most anticipated (and unsurprising) admissions of Gay sexual orientation ever - Anderson Cooper is overshadowed by a 24-year-old sharing his own story about his first love, a same-sex relationship. This young man came out
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Emmys 2012: And the nominees will be...
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

When the Emmy nominations for primetime TV are announced on July 19, the list of deserving no-shows could overwhelm those who do make the cut. I'm confident the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which doles out the awards yearly for the small screen's best programming, will include the
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Bookmarks: Melissa Scott mixes whodunit, Gay love, fantasy, and speculative fiction
by Richard Labonte - SGN Contributing Writer

SPREADEAGLE
KEVIN KILLIAN

Two decades in the writing, this pop-culture-peppered novel manages to reference the February 11, 2012, death of Whitney Houston. (Score one for on-demand, one-book-at-a-time publishing.) Part One centers on Danny Isham, author of
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Breaking Bad star makes pro-marriage video
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Not only does Bryan Cranston play TV's coolest badass, turning a spiritless high school teacher into an unremorseful villain on Breaking Bad, but now he's also displaying some coolness off-screen.

The three-time Emmy champ, a shoo-in for another Outstanding Lead Actor (Dram
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SPT's silly summer comedy offers irresistible delight
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

It's summer in the city and, as usual, 'free' is this scribe's favorite word. Combine 'silly' and 'summer' and 'comedy' with 'free' and 'free parking,' and Seattle theater fans have an irresistible combination. It's simply too much fun to miss.

The world premiere productio
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Visually audacious Beasts wildly uneven
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New DVDs highlight Channing Tatum, Sarah Silverman, Whoopi, Madonna
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Fourth Ice Age saga is frozenly mundane
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A Dyke About Town
k.d. lang creates constant craving

by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Chamber Music Festival
Reality and Clarity joined Mercy for Seattle Chamber Music Festival opening night, July 2, at Benaroya Hall. The pre-recital involved Marc-Andre Hamelin playing piano on a theme and variations he had composed. Mercy thought it was delicious. C
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Frank Ocean review in next week's issue
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

An unlikely star has emerged from the hip-hop world - one Gay music fans can feel comfortable embracing. New Orleans newcomer Frank Ocean made jaws drop nationwide when he admitted to once falling in love with a man. Although he hasn't declared himself Gay, the revelation was enough to dr
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