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posted Friday, June 21, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 25
Endorsements roll in for Murray - Nine prominent former Burgess backers announce their support
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FRIDAY, JUNE 21
            Underwear Fashion Show – In conjunction with Run and Walk With Pride (June 23), benefits Seattle Area Support Groups and Social Outreach Seattle, R Place (619 E. Pine St.), 7 p.m. Info at www.seattlefrontrunners.org.
            “The New Legally Wed Game” – Remember The Newlywed Game? Well, here’s the Gay version, hosted by Raja, a past winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Watch nine couples compete to see how much they really know about each other. Benefits HRC’s marriage equality efforts nationwide. W Seattle Hotel (1112 4th Ave.), 7-9 p.m. Tickets at http://newlegallywed.eventbrite.com.
            Hairspray In ConcertFeaturing the Seattle Men’s Chorus, this Tony Award-winning show celebrates the 10th anniversary of its pre-Broadway premiere in Seattle at the 5th Avenue Theatre (1308 5th Ave.), through June 23. Chorus members perform the ensemble roles, singing all your favorite Hairspray numbers including “Good Morning Baltimore,” “Welcome to the ’60s,” and “You Can’t Stop the Beat.” Featuring Jinkx Monsoon as Velma von Tussle! Showtimes: 8 p.m. Fri.; 2 and 8 p.m. Sat.; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sun. Info and tickets at www.seattlemenschorus.org or www.5thavenue.org.

SATURDAY, JUNE 22
            Capital City Pride – Olympia’s annual Pride parade and festival begins at noon at State Capitol Building, march to downtown Sylvester Park for festival. Regional entertainers, food, arts & crafts, booths. Info at www.capitalcitypride.net.
            Rice Ball – Pride ASIA’s lunar event celebrating LGBTQA Asian/Pacific Islander communities, with food, fashion, dance, drag, and dim sum, New Hong Kong Restaurant, Pacific Rim Center (900 S. Jackson St.), 6-10 p.m. $10 cover; info at www.prideasia.org.
            ElektroPOP! – Pride party featuring Sugar Rush and Drag Race superstar Morgan McMichaels, with DJs Skiddle and Lightray, performances by Robbie Turner, the Markos Sisters, Mark “Mom” Finley, Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, Olivia LaGarce, and Cherry Sur Bete, along with whipped-cream wrestling, aerial artistry, go-go dancers, photo booth, cotton candy, and more. Fred Wildlife Refuge (127 Boylston Ave. E.), 9 p.m.-2 a.m., $15 advance, $20 at door, www.brownpapertickets.com/event/397323.
            “Let’s Hear It for the Boys” – Teatro ZinZanni’s late-night pre-Pride all-male revue, featuring Seattle’s best boylesque, drag, and circus talent, including Waxie Moon and Buckaroos USA, plus dance party with DJ Nark. Teatro ZinZanni (222 Mercer St.), 10:30 p.m.-1 a.m., $45 (includes $20 food/beverage credit). Info at (206) 802-0015 or www.dreams.zinzanni.org.
            Hairspray In Concert (See June 21.)

SUNDAY, JUNE 23
            Run and Walk With Pride – Lace up your sneakers, grab the jogging stroller, and run or walk with Pride at this annual event open to all ages, sponsored by Seattle FrontRunners. Choose from a 10k run, 4k run, or 4k walk, with prizes for top finishers of each. Costumes, drag, rainbow flags, etc., welcomed. Proceeds benefit Seattle Area Support Groups and Social Outreach Seattle. Begins at 10 a.m. in Seward Park (5895 Lake Washington Blvd. S.). Info at www.runwalkwithpride.org.
            Pride Asia Seattle – Live music and other entertainment, speakers, and community booths at this festival celebrating diversity and community pride. Hing Hay Park (Maynard Ave. S. & S. King St.), noon-8 p.m. Info at www.prideasiaseattle.com.
            “Nundemic” – The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abbey of St. Joan, present a Pride fundraiser for Camp Ten Trees, at OutWest (5401 California Ave. S.W.), 2-6 p.m. Details at www.theabbey.org.
            Fagtastic! A Queer Cabaret – EmpeROAR Fabulous!!! presents “a scintillating showcase of sass, sex, and insanity” featuring boylesque stars Waxie Moon and Paco Fish; drag queens Jackie Hell, Artstar, and Atasha Manila; and much more. Re-Bar (1114 Howell St.), 7:30 p.m. Tickets at http://fagtastic.brownpapertickets.com/ or at the door.
            Hairspray In Concert (See June 21.)

TUESDAY, JUNE 25
            Pride Mindfulness Gathering – Celebrate an enlightened Pride with Dharma Buddies, Lotus Sisters, and other LGBT mindfulness communities, in the Tateuchi Room of the Japanese Garden at Seattle Arboretum (2300 Arboretum Drive E.), starting with a garden tour at 6 p.m. ($6), followed by a talk and meditation at 7:30 (free) and a tea social at 8 (donation requested). RSVP to info@dharmabuddies.org.
            Out & In: A Pride Comedy Showcase – Gay City, Nick Sahoyah, and Billy Anderson showcase the best Queer and Queer-affiliated comedians and producers in the region, including Solomon Georgio, Derek Sheen, and many more. Neptune Theatre (1303 N.E. 45th St.), 7:30 p.m., free. Part of the Nights at the Neptune: A People’s Theater Joint series, sponsored by Seattle Theatre Group to give voice to emerging projects and underserved populations, and to encourage exploration of issues that include racial and social justice. More info at www.stgpresents.org.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26
            Pride Bonfire at Alki – Join your friends and neighbors and “light up the night” at Seattle’s annual Pride beach party, Alki Beach Park (1702 Alki Ave. S.W.), 6-9 p.m., free. Info at http://superchargedproductions.com.
            “Nundemic” – The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abbey of St. Joan, present a Pride fundraiser for Camp Ten Trees, at St. Dames (4525 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S.), 8-11 p.m. Details at www.theabbey.org.

THURSDAY, JUNE 27
            “Bearing Witness” – A Queer youth of color performance arts showcase, featuring Donte, Raven, Theo, si dåko’ta, Dani Long, and Chad Goller-Sojourner, presented by Quare Arts Project. Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (104 17th Ave. S.), 7 p.m., free. For more info contact Kriss at (206) 295-5218 or visit www.facebook.com/events/550208435022079.
            Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre – Bad@$$es: Are We Queer Enough for You?This year’s production by QTET asks, “When the hero you’re dreaming of never shows up, can you become your own superhero? Small-town oppression won’t stand a chance against these Queer youth bad@$$es!” Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium (517 E. Pike St.), 7:30 p.m. Info and tickets at http://qtet.org. (Also June 28-30.)
            Debauchery: For Queers of All Genders – Lily Devine Productions presents “Queers stripping for Queers in a hot, anti-oppressive space, raising money for organizations that serve the Queer community,” at Neighbours (1509 Broadway), 8 p.m. Info at www.lilydevine.com.
            Down ’N’ Dirty – Pride kickoff party with Jaxen Brown, Gabe Sanchez, Andrew Scott, Drew Paradisco, and Robbie Turner. Baltic Room (1207 Pine St.), 9 p.m., $5 cover.
            R Place Pride Weekend – Featuring Wendy Ho (6/27-28), Jujubee (6/27-29), and Latrice Royal (6/28-29). R Place (619 E. Pine St.), 9 p.m. Advance tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/399226.

FRIDAY, JUNE 28
            Trans Pride – Annual celebration of the Seattle-area Transgender community. Assemble in front of Seattle Central Community College on Broadway at 5 p.m.; march to Cal Anderson Park at 6 p.m.; speakers and music 7-10 p.m., featuring keynote address by Julia Serano, comedy by Ian Harvie, and music by Rae Spoon. Details at www.transprideseattle.org.
            Workplace Equality Conference – Out & Equal sponsors day-long summit featuring informative and educational workshops and talks on fostering LGBT equality in business, 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Hyatt at Olive 8 Hotel (1635 8th Ave.). Scheduled speakers include Alaska Airlines VP Glenn Johnson and Out & Equal Workplace Advocates CEO Selisse Berry. Advance registration required at http://nwrs.outandequalseattle.org.
            Pride Shabbat – a traditional Jewish celebration “where everyone can feel proud,” at Hillel UW (4745 17th Ave. N.E.), 6:30 p.m. (doors at 6), people of all faiths welcome. Co-sponsored by Seattle Gay News. Info at www.jconnectseattle.org.
            Seattle Storm Pride Night – The Storm takes on New York and the first 3,000 fans get a free Storm Rainbow Koozie! Buy three tickets, get a fourth one free. KeyArena, 7 p.m., tickets at www.stormbasketball.com.
            Youth Pride Dance – Music by Galvanized, Sarey Savy, and other special guests, sponsored by GLSEN-WA, for ages 20 and under (free). All Pilgrims Church (500 Broadway E.), 8-11 p.m.
            Gender Blender: A Queer Revolt and Benefit – All-night party at Neighbours Nightclub (1509 Broadway, Seattle), 8 p.m.-4 a.m., featuring Jinkx Monsoon, Mykki Blanco, Honey Mahogany, Alaska Thunderfuck, Amoania, Ben Delacreme, Aleksa Manila, and many more. Benefits Gay City Health Project and Siobhan’s (Rusty Nails) medical recovery. Sponsored by Nark Magazine. Info at www.narkmagazine.com.
            Cuff Pride Weekend – Featuring DJ/performer Lady Bunny (NYC), Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave.). Info at www.cuffcomplex.com.
            Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre – Bad@$$es: Are We Queer Enough for You?This year’s production by QTET asks, “When the hero you’re dreaming of never shows up, can you become your own superhero? Small-town oppression won’t stand a chance against these Queer youth bad@$$es!” Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium (517 E. Pike St.), 7:30 p.m. Info and tickets at http://qtet.org. (Also June 27 & 29-30.)
           Q Pride 2013: Seattle Pride Redefined – Q Capitol Hill (1426 Broadway) presents Rosabel, Wayne G, Mike Cruz, and DJ Escape, 9 p.m.-4 a.m. Tickets at www.purplepass.com. (Also June 29-30.)
            R Place Pride Weekend – Featuring Wendy Ho (6/27-28), Jujubee (6/27-29), and Latrice Royal (6/28-29). R Place (619 E. Pine St.), 9 p.m. Advance tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/399226.

SATURDAY, JUNE 29
            Dignity Seattle Pride Pancake Breakfast – Start your Pride weekend off the way mama said you should, at this 25th annual event at the Central Lutheran Church social hall (1710 11th Ave., across from Cal Anderson Park), 8 a.m.-noon. All you can eat for a $7 donation, plus raffle prizes and recycling drop-off for unwanted small electronics (cell phones, etc.). Benefits Rosehedge/Multifaith Works, Bailey-Boushay House, and Dignity Seattle. Info at www.dignityseattle.org.
            Capitol Hill Pride Festival – Celebrate Pride in Seattle’s Gayborhood at this annual street fair on Broadway from E. John St. to E. Roy St, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Live local music, food, and more than 100 booths featuring nonprofits, artists, and commercial vendors. Visit www.capitolhillpridefestival.info for details.
            Rainbow Women’s Health Fair – Sponsored by the YWCA and Swedish Hospital, this event features massage, nutrition education, mammograms (age 40+), pap tests, and safer-sex info. All Pilgrims Church (500 Broadway E.), noon-4 p.m. Tests given by appointment: (206) 461-4489. For info and volunteer opportunities, visit www.lbtqhealth-ywca.blogspot.com.
            Purr Pride Block Party – Featuring DJ Pavone, DJ Skiddle, and the Perry Twins from L.A., noon-2 a.m., $20 cover, at Purr (1518 11th Ave.). Info at www.purrseattle.com.
            PrideFest Family Day – Annual event sponsored by Seattle PrideFest, in Cal Anderson Park, noon-5 p.m., with lots of child-friendly activities including magic shows, bouncy houses, storytelling, free ice cream, and a concert with Recess Monkey. More information, when available, will be posted at www.seattlepridefest.org/family/.
            QYS Youth @ Pride 2013 Healing Space Queer Youth Space (911 E. Pike St.) hosts a drop-in day of healing opportunities for youth from noon-7 p.m., including HIV testing, Reiki, yoga class, guided meditation, personal fitness training, life coaching, nutritionist, haircuts & styling. www.queeryouthspace.org.
            Seattle Gay Social Events Pride Cruise – A sun-soaked (we hope) afternoon Pride party aboard an Argosy Cruises vessel (1101 Alaskan Way, Pier 55), boarding at noon, docking at 4 p.m. Join DonnaTella Howe and an entourage of Seattle’s finest queens who will christen the ship with just the right amount of sass in a series of scandalous drag shows. Featuring DJ Tony Burns and special guests Olivia LaGrace, Alessandra Hunt, Drew Paradisco, and Atasha Manila. Free prizes, cash bar. Info at www.facebook.com/SeattleGaySocialEvents.
            Pride Celebration Service – Join the Rev. Kari Lipke and the Diverse Harmony youth chorus in a multifaith church service “strengthening the commitment to love,” Seattle First Baptist Church (1111 Harvard Ave.), 1 p.m. Free parking, all welcome.
            Wildrose Block Party – Featuring DJ Ricki Leigh, Don’t Talk to the Cops, Glitterbang, Wishbeard, and more to be announced. The Wildrose (1021 E. Pike St.), 1 p.m.-2 a.m. Watch for more info at www.seattlepridefest.org or www.thewildrosebar.com.
            Prom Dress Rugby – Exhibition match between the Seattle Quake RFC (in drag) and the Breakers women’s team, benefiting the People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN). Bobby Morris Playfield at Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. & E. Olive St.), 2 p.m., free (donations will be solicited).
            Men at Sea Brunch Boat Cruise – Featuring Robbie “Queen of the Sea” Turner, Brian Maier, and Freddy King of Pants, brunch provided by Kitchen Sink Project. Board the Islander (1611 Fairview Ave. E.) at 2 p.m. Sponsored by Nark Magazine. Info at www.narkmagazine.com.
            Seattle Dyke March – Annual Lesbian/feminist rally and march event begins at 5 p.m. in the Seattle Central Community College courtyard (march steps off at 7). Information at www.seattledykemarch.com or on Facebook.
            Black Light Party – With DJs Bret Law and Richard J. Dalton, hosted by Drew Paradisco; also Pride Drag Show. Highline (210 Broadway E.), 8-10 p.m. $10 at the door.
            Queer Carnival Circus Burlesque – Stunts and shows by Ivy Winters, featuring Artstar, Cherdonna & Cher Cher Can Can Castaways, aerialists and more, at Fred Wildlife (127 Boylston Ave. E.), 9 p.m. Sponsored by Nark Magazine. Info at www.narkmagazine.com.
            Big Red – Annual men’s party sponsored by Seattle PrideFest, featuring music by Tony Moran and Phil B, and live performance by Abigail, at Neumos (925 E. Pike St.), 9 p.m.-5 a.m. tickets available online at www.seattlepridefest.org or at UnderU4Men (709 Broadway E.).
            Cuff Pride Weekend – Featuring DJ/producer John LePage (SF), Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave.). Info at www.cuffcomplex.com.
            Gay Pride Summer Soulstice – All-night party with DJ General Meow spinning soul and R&B faves from the ’60s and ’70s, with cocktails inspired by the era. The BottleNeck Lounge (2328 E. Madison St.), 9 p.m. on, no cover.
            Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre – Bad@$$es: Are We Queer Enough for You?This year’s production by QTET asks, “When the hero you’re dreaming of never shows up, can you become your own superhero? Small-town oppression won’t stand a chance against these Queer youth bad@$$es!” Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium (517 E. Pike St.), 7:30 p.m. Info and tickets at http://qtet.org. (Also June 27-28 & 30.)
                Neighbours Nightclub – Jessica Sutta, multi-platinum pussycat doll, Billboard dance chart topper and glamour icon with your fabulous Pride Weekend hostess Aleksa Manila, with Randy Blue models Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights.
            Q Pride 2013: Seattle Pride Redefined – Q Capitol Hill (1426 Broadway) with your special weekend hostess Miss Gaysha Starr presents Rosabel, Wayne G, Mike Cruz, and DJ Escape, 9 p.m.-4 a.m. Tickets at www.purplepass.com. (Also June 29-30.)
            R Place Pride Weekend – Featuring Wendy Ho (6/27-28), Jujubee (6/27-29), and Latrice Royal (6/28-29). R Place (619 E. Pine St.), 9 p.m. Advance tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/399226.

SUNDAY, JUNE 30
            Seattle Pride Brunch – Fuel up for the big day at the Palace Ballroom (2100 5th Ave.), starting at 8:30 a.m., $35 adults/$20 children. Tickets and info at www.seattlepride.org.
           Pride Service – Trinity Parish, an Open & Affirming congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, invites you to worship and then march with them in the Pride Parade. 609 8th Ave., 10:30 a.m.
            Seattle Pride Parade – “Equality: Passed, Present & Future” is the theme of this year’s parade, featuring grand marshals Jane Lighty, Pete-e Petersen, Sarah Toce, Zach Silk, Lacey All, and Guatam Raghavan. Parade begins at 11 a.m. at 4th Avenue and Union Street in downtown Seattle, proceeding north along 4th to Denny Way and ending at Seattle Center, home of PrideFest. Visit www.seattlepride.org for information.
            Seattle PrideFest – Live entertainment on four stages, food, vendor booths, arts & crafts, hands-on activities, lots of family fun. Seattle Center, noon-8 p.m. Info at www.seattlepridefest.org.
            Pride Karaoke Party – Sing your favorites and sip specially priced Bacardi daiquiris at the Hula Hula Lounge (106 1st Ave. N.), starting at noon (lounge opens at 11).
            Cuff Street Party – Guest host Lady Bunny, featuring Crystal Waters, Stacey Q, and DJ Dominic Pacifico, with special performance by The Sea & The Stars, Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave.), noon-8 p.m. Info at www.cufffcomplex.com.
            Post-Pride Movie Marathon – Mommie Dearest (5 p.m.), Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (7 p.m.), and The Rocky Horror Picture Show (10 p.m.), with martinis and black-truffle popcorn. The BottleNeck Lounge (2328 E. Madison St.), no cover.
            Purr Pride Party – Celebrate on the Hill at Purr’s annual no-cover event (1518 11th Ave.). Info at www.purrseattle.com.
         All Ages! Variety Show & Dance Party – The Vera Project (Seattle Center, Warren Ave. N. & Republican St., north of Key Arena) – Co-hosted by Queer Youth Space, Proud Out & Wonderful, and The Vera Project.
            Queer Teen Ensemble Theatre – Bad@$$es: Are We Queer Enough for You?This year’s production by QTET asks, “When the hero you’re dreaming of never shows up, can you become your own superhero? Small-town oppression won’t stand a chance against these Queer youth bad@$$es!” Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium (517 E. Pike St.), 7:30 p.m. Info and tickets at http://qtet.org. (Also June 27-29.)
            Q Pride 2013: Seattle Pride Redefined – Q Capitol Hill (1426 Broadway) and your Exclusive Hostess Gaysha Starr presents Rosabel, Wayne G, Mike Cruz, and DJ Escape, 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Tickets at www.purplepass.com. (Also June 29-30.)

TUESDAY, JULY 2
            David & Jonathan: A Modern Day Retelling of the Biblical Story Kathya Alexander and Brownbox Theatre present a new interpretation of the relationship between David and Jonathan detailed in the books of Samuel, set in a contemporary African-American church. Neptune Theatre (1303 N.E. 45th St.). Free. Part of the Nights at the Neptune: A People’s Theater Joint series, sponsored by Seattle Theatre Group. More info at www.stgpresents.org.

SATURDAY, JULY 13
            Out in the Park – Tacoma’s annual LGBTQA Pride Celebration, noon-5 p.m., Broadway between 9th and 11th streets. Entertainment, food, fun, and community at this family-friendly event. Watch for more info at www.rainbowcntr.org or http://tacomapride.org/out-in-the-park.

SUNDAY, JULY 21
            Kitsap Pride – “Pride 360” is this year’s theme for annual celebration in downtown Bremerton, noon to 5 p.m., Evergreen Park. Info at www.kitsappride.org.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
            Vancouver (B.C.) Pride Parade and Festival – Parade beings at Robson and Thurlow streets downtown at noon, proceeds to festival site at Sunset Beach. Sponsored by Vancouver Pride Society. Info at www.vancouverpride.ca.

ONGOING
            Portraits of Pride 2013Gay City’s annual visual arts installation, featuring self-portraits by local LGBT artists in a variety of media. Gay City is at 517 E. Pike St.
            Bearing Witness From Another Place: James Baldwin in TurkeyThe Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) honors the late Gay author with a photograph exhibit by Sedat Pakay that opens a private window into the life of Baldwin, whose influence still resonates 25 years after his death. Exhibit runs through Sept. 29. NAAM is at 2300 S. Massachusetts St., info at www.naamnw.org or (206) 518-6000.

 

 

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