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posted Friday, April 5, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 14

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Arts and Entertainment
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One of us - Joan Osborne brings blues, pop, folk, and gospel to Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

JOAN OSBORNE
DIMITRIOU'S JAZZ ALLEY
April 18 - 21


A list of women who rock would most definitely have to include Joan Osborne. A soulful vocalist with the range to cover blues, pop, rock, folk, and a whole lot in between, her catalog stretches from 1995's widely acclaimed Relish to last yea
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SPT hits the bulls-eye with Edith
SPT hits the bull's-eye with Edith by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

EDITH CAN SHOOT THINGS AND HIT THEM
SEATTLE PUBLIC THEATER
Through April 21


Seattle Public Theater has thrilled this reviewer at least once every season. This season, it's been several times! This really is "the little th
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Sara Gilbert moonlights with Bad Teacher
A look at upcoming film and TV projects

by Romeo San Vicente - SGN Contributing Writer

Success breeds success. As a child star on Roseanne, Sara Gilbert won over the coveted sullen teen demographic with her portrayal of the smartass Darlene, and now she's got daytime TV-watching moms on board for Th
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Searing Fugard at West of Lenin
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

MASTER HAROLD ... AND THE BOYS
WEST OF LENIN
Through April 21


A masterful production of a now-classic Athol Fugard play is being produced at West of Lenin, in Fremont. Ex-Seattleite and founding artistic director of the ever-missed Empty Space Theater, M. B
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Phoenix marvelously entertains Seattle fans
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

PHOENIX
PARAMOUNT THEATRE
March 29


It's hard to believe Phoenix only surfaced four years ago with the album Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix. They'd made great albums leading up to it, but few noticed. Then word got out, and now throngs of fans race each other
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MOVIE REVIEWS

Tangled forest - Unsettling Pines is an ambitious epic of family and fate
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Room 237: a Kubrickian mind game
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The Sapphires sings an unabashedly happy tune
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Rihanna doesn't quite shine at Seattle's Key Arena
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

RIHANNA
KEY ARENA
April 3


Though I'd like to give Rihanna's performance Wednesday night a passing grade - at the very least, an 'A' for effort - I simply have to call the girl out. She fizzled, rather than sparkled.

For starters, she did
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Good golly! - Molly Ringwald to debut her new CD at Jazz Alley
by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

MOLLY RINGWALD
DIMITRIOU'S JAZZ ALLEY
April 15


What is for most of us the most dreaded day of the year - April 15 - will be one of the most anticipated for Seattle music fans. That's the day the 'ever young' Molly Ringwald arrives at Seattle's nationall
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Sexy is back - again! Justin Timberlake, Kacey Musgraves highlight new CD releases
by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE

Yes, sexy's back, but not like you remember it: After seven long, hard, long years without Justin Timberlake at the pop-scene forefront, the creative chameleon finally gives acting a break and gets back behind the mic on
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A night of burlesque royalty
Pay homage to the King and Queen ?at a one-night-only appearance

by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

IMOGEN KELLY
& RUSSELL BRUNER
ODDFELLOWS HALL
May 9


Kitten LaRue (producer of internationally celebrated burlesque supertroupe The Atomic Bombshells) presents
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