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posted Friday, March 8, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 10

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Arts and Entertainment
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Boys! Bois! Boyz!!! Boylesque comes into its own as an art form
by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

On Friday, March 1, at the Oddfellows building on Capitol Hill, local boylesque artists in partnership with the Academy of Burlesque presented 'Boys! Bois! Boyz!' a showcase of local boylesque talent headlined by the Chicago-based Jett Adore.

When I came across the press release in my inbox, I knew I wanted to do
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'This is who I am!' - Yossi director Eytan Fox explains why he revisited the character
by Gary M. Kramer - SGN A&E Writer

Ten years ago Eytan Fox's Yossi and Jagger told a heartbreaking Queer love story between two male soldiers in the Israeli military. Now, with Yossi, the openly Gay director offers a sequel to his 2002 classic. Familiarity with the original film is not essential for seeing Yossi - the backstory
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'Tina is my everything' - Jack Mozie's new single benefits Project Neon
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Local singer-songwriter Jack Mozie has released a new single on ReverbNation.com from his upcoming album Iron Fist, and he plans to donate a portion of the proceeds to Seattle Counseling Service's Project NEON.

The song, 'Tina,' is about crystal meth (Tina is a nickname
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A semi-wonderful wizard - Sam Raimi's Oz is big on visuals but short on magic
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL
Opens March 8


It's been a while since Hollywood attempted to bring the world of L. Frank Baum to the big screen. The last endeavor, Disney's 1985 fantasy Return to Oz, wasn't exactly a success, and while I personally find that ra
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Deep Inside Hollywood: A gleeful turn on Broadway for Jane Lynch
by Romeo San Vicente - SGN Contributing Writer

THE SUN'LL COME OUT ...
And that sun will stay out for exactly eight weeks. That's how long Glee's mercurial Sue Sylvester, aka Jane Lynch, will star as fearsome orphanage meanie Miss Hannigan in the ongoing Broadway revival of Annie. She'll take the boards begin
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Passion Pit delivers spirited Seattle set
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

PASSION PIT
PARAMOUNT THEATRE
March 5


Like a big Spring Break party or a fun prom dance, Passion Pit swept into town and got all the kids sweaty and excited. The pop band, touring 2012's Gossamer release, has frequently played Seattle in the past five
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Pink Martini books summer show in Redmond
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The evolution of Tom Ridge - Another member of the Bush team comes out for equality
by Mark Segal - Philly.com

Tom Ridge, former Secretary of Homeland Security under George W. Bush as well as Pennsylvania's former governor, supports marriage equality. So does former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman. Ridge was opposed to any nondiscrimination legislation while Governor. He's come a long way and we in th
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Wild thing - Satori's first show in their new space is hard to quantify
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

reWilding
SATORI GROUP
Through March 17


Satori Group, a collaborative ensemble of theater artists who bonded in school and have continued a commitment to ensemble-generated work, premiered their newest production in their new space at INScape (815 Seattle B
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