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Dream duo - Admission stars Tina Fey and Paul Rudd talk about the film's acceptance theme (and shower scene)
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Grunge match - These Streets is a tribute to Seattle's unsung rock heroines
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Bloomin' delightful - Jeeves in Bloom will get you in the mood for summer
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Two La Bohèmes to remember
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In the Mood swings back to Seattle
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Alicia Keys launches tour March 7 in Seattle
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Bros B4 Ho's - Groundbreaking drag-king troupe takes aim at South African social ills
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Honeymooners' paradise - Orcas Island is a little slice of heaven in Seattle's backyard
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Honeymoon away! - Three exotic places to celebrate your union
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Jack the Giant Slayer: More than just a hill of beans
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An Oscar night to forget
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Cabaret finally gets its due
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Pink Martini books summer show in Redmond
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Letters
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Marriage: a Gay man's fourth journey
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The rebirth of elegance - LGBT-friendly Renaissance Seattle Hotel is ready to host your wedding
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... And baby makes three
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Profile in commitment: Que and Vivian,
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Getting marriage right
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Dream duo - Admission stars Tina Fey and Paul Rudd talk about the film's acceptance theme (and shower scene)
by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

They say dreams come true, and you know the one where Tina Fey and Paul Rudd act (and shower) together on the big screen? It's really happening. Two of the most charismatic, Gay-loved actors team up for Admission, about a college admissions officer (Fey) and her could-be-biological son, whom she meets through an old classm
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Grunge match - These Streets is a tribute to Seattle's unsung rock heroines
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

THESE STREETS
HARLEY RUDINOFF PRODUCTIONS
(at ACT Theatre)
Through March 10


If you lived in the Capitol Hill area in the early '90s, or went there a lot for your nightlife, you probably experienced many of the small grunge-rock bands that prolife
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Bloomin' delightful - Jeeves in Bloom will get you in the mood for summer
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

JEEVES IN BLOOM
TAPROOT THEATRE
Through March 2


Taproot is presenting what might seem like a summer confection in the middle of winter - suitable for a breezy laugh, a raised pinky finger, and all-things-British farce. Jeeves in Bloom is based on a classi
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Two La Bohèmes to remember
Fabiano, Caballero shine in current Seattle Opera production

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

LA BOHÈME
SEATTLE OPERA
Through March 10


For anyone's first opera experience, he or she could hardly do better than the near-perfect La Bohème currently at Seattle Opera. And
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In the Mood swings back to Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

IN THE MOOD: A 1940s MUSICAL REVUE
BENAROYA HALL
March 10


In the Mood is getting back into the swing of things. America's premier 1940s big-band musical revue, a touring production of song and dance numbers filled with music by the likes of Tommy Dorse
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Alicia Keys launches tour March 7 in Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Since debuting strongly with 'Fallin',' the leadoff single from 2001's Songs in A Minor, this girl has undeniably been on fire. Alicia Keys has racked up 14 Grammy Awards, sold more than 35 million albums worldwide and an additional 30 million singles, made numerous high-profile appearance
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Bros B4 Ho's - Groundbreaking drag-king troupe takes aim at South African social ills
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

In South Africa, a diverse troupe of drag kings titled Bros B4 Ho's is challenging misogyny, homophobia, and gender norms in their country through their original numbers and renditions of popular songs, while entertaining their community.

According to the Huffington Post
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Honeymooners' paradise - Orcas Island is a little slice of heaven in Seattle's backyard
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Travel Writer

The Pacific Northwest has some of the most beautiful scenery our country offers. The San Juan Islands are not only scenic but are highly accessible to Seattle-area residents. While San Juan itself is probably better known, Orcas Island is a wonderful destination for a wedding, honeymoon,
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Honeymoon away! - Three exotic places to celebrate your union
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN Travel Writer

Honeymoons can be romantic, or they can just be an escape. If the intent is to go somewhere exotic, consider this trio of international destinations for your newlywed bliss.

CÔTE D'AZUR, FRANCE
Picturesque scenery and warm temperatures are two reasons to stee
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Jack the Giant Slayer: More than just a hill of beans
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

JACK THE GIANT SLAYER
Opens March 1


To steal a line from Disney, it's a tale as old as time. Young kid - farmer's son - forced to go into town to sell the family's favorite horse, comes back with a handful of 'magic' beans instead of cash, gets berated fo
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An Oscar night to forget
Argo takes center stage in lackluster ceremony

by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

THE 85TH ACADEMY AWARDS February 24

I'm having a hard time coming up with anything of note to write in regards to Sunday's Academy Awards. Argo was obviously the big winner, taking home three
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Cabaret finally gets its due
New Blu-ray release features interviews with Liza Minnelli, Michael York

by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER
First-time director Stephen Chbosky sensitively explores high school self-discovery and outsider hardships in his bighearted teen drama abo
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Pink Martini books summer show in Redmond
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Jazz-pop-swing band Pink Martini has announced a summer performance at Marymoor Park, currently the site of Cirque du Soleil's Amaluna. The Portland-based ensemble, led by openly Gay musician Thomas Lauderdale and featuring vocalist China Forbes, will play the Redmond outdoor venue on August
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R PLACE PRESENTS RUPAUL DRAG RACE MARCH DRAGNESS
This month, R Place (619 E. Pine St), brings four RuPaul Drag Race alumni to Seattle for four weekends of March Dragness. The schedule: Latrice Royale, March 1 & 2; Shangela, March 7, 8 & 9; Detox Icunt March 15 & 16; Lineysha Sparx, March 28, 29 & 30. 206-322-8828; www.rplaceseattle
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Marriage: a Gay man's fourth journey
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

December 6, 2012, was a monumental day in Washington state history. It was the first day that LGBT couples could legally apply for, and obtain, a marriage license. By 10 a.m., lines had reached several hours' wait. A river of beaming faces waited in line for their licenses that would enab
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The rebirth of elegance - LGBT-friendly Renaissance Seattle Hotel is ready to host your wedding
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The rebirth of elegance - LGBT-friendly Renaissance Seattle Hotel is ready to host your wedding
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN Travel Writer

If your wedding day calls for a ceremony and reception, you'll likely save money by having it at a hotel. Most hotels are staffed with event planners who can do everything wedding planners can do, though usually without an extra fee.

The Renaissance Seattle Hotel
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... And baby makes three
What same-sex couples should know about fertility treatment

by Shaun Kelly - Overlake Reproductive Health

The country is changing rapidly, and same-sex couples are becoming more mainstream all the time - and are increasingly more visible in the general population as well as in the media. The desire for
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Profile in commitment: Que and Vivian,
pt. 2

by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

Que Areste and Vivian Robb have been very busy. When we last left the couple who have kissed in every elevator they've ever been in (see SGN, Nov. 30, 2012), they were still trying to come up with a last name the two of them could share, and they hadn't yet set a date. But amidst all the exten
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Getting marriage right
New guidebook walks Gay men through planning their dream wedding

by Jeremy Behrens - SGN Contributing Writer

THE GAY COUPLE'S GUIDE TO WEDDING PLANNING
DAVID TOUSSAINT
(Sellers Publishing; 160 pp)


Ahh, spring. It's right around the corner according to Punxsutawn
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