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The Rolling Stones give Key Arena crowd every 'bang' for its buck
By Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

The Rolling Stones

October 30 @ Key Arena

Tickets to see The Rolling Stones in concert at Key Arena last weekend weren't cheap. For those in the main floor and lower bowl sections, the price easily equaled a monthly car payment or round-trip airfare to anywhere along the West Coast.

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Seattle Gay News announces Madonna listening party at Purr
By Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

Seattle Gay News, Easy Street Records and Warner Bros./Maverick Records present a Madonna listening party for Confessions on a Dance Floor

Monday, November 14 - 9:00 pm start

Purr Cocktail Lounge - DJs to spin new and old Madonna hits, midnight purchase of new album and 1
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TOUCHED BY A 'GOD' An interview with Greer Grimsley
By Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

As Wotan, the chief god in Wagner's epic RING cycle of four long operas, Greer Grimsley wowed audiences for three straight weeks last August. He also wowed my 17-year-old friend Ashalyn Sims and me when he met with us for an hour at Seattle Opera's offices. Grimsley is tall, dark, more than a little sexy,
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Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival announces winners
'Bachelor Farmer' named Best Local Film; 'Inlaws & Outlaws' takes Favorite Local Film prize

Three Dollar Bill Cinema announced the winners of the Audience Favorite Awards and the Juried Awards for the 10th Annual Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (October 14 - 23, 2005).

Audiences voted for their favorite films during the
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Dieux Du Stade's 2006 calendar sure to please French Rugby team poses naked
By Robert Raketty - SGN A&E Writer

The calendar of Dieux Du Stade (Gods of the Stadium), the champion rugby team of Paris, France, has been a hit in Europe, and, now, is available here in the colonies for us Yankee's to enjoy. This stunning collection of elegant black and white nude and semi-nude photographs is both stylish and alluring.
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Little Women charms at Paramount, MOR plans emotional Holocaust concert, Jazz Alley hosts Reinhardt Festival
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Seattle band wins Stonewall Society's Pride In The Arts Award
Seattle based band, 669, received high honors in this year's Pride In The Arts Awards sponsored by the Stonewall Society. Fans from around the globe selected the band's debut release, Touch The Sky, as Favorite CD/Album of 2005.

Rock-pop quartet, 669, represents the best of out Queer-straight musical collaboration in the Pacific Northwest.
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Seattle Gay News invites you to 'Walk the Line' at Cowgirls Inc. for free movie passes of new Joaquin Phoenix/Reese With
Is Walk the Line, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon, on your list of upcoming films to see? We hope so. Because the Seattle Gay News has free movie passes for a special advance screening of the Johnny Cash biopic. We'll be giving away these passes during a "Johnny Cash Happy Hour" at Cowgirls Inc. (421 1st Avenue South) in Pioneer S more
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Authors of Lives of Lesbian Elders to hold reading at Bailey/Coy Books
On Thursday, November 17th at 7 pm, local authors, activists and scholars Pat A. Freeman and D. Merilee Clunis will read from Lives of Lesbian Elders at Bailey/Coy Books.

Pat A. Freeman, PhD, is actively involved with the Northwest LGBT History Project. He has done numerous presentations on Gay/Lesbian history for high schools, universiti
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