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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
The 2006 Moisture Festival continues with all new performances through April 9
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

The Moisture Festival continues its laugh-a-minute, one of a kind, "new" vaudeville performances at Hale's Brewery Palladium, in Ballard through April 9.

Featuring some of the most creative and entertaining performers around, the eclectic variety of acts guarantees that no two performances are ever the same.

On Sunday, Mar
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Exploring Southern Connecticut
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

PART ONE OF TWO:

The towns and cities of southern Connecticut have a lot to offer. Many towns line Long Island Sound with its sandy beaches and are easily accessible from New York City by railroad or car.

BRIDGEPORT, CT

Bridgeport, CT, like New Haven, is ha
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JONESING Stoned: The Original Rolling Stone
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

Traditionally, there are but 2 variations of the musical biopic, especially those dealing with Rock musicians: Rise-Fall-Rise, and Rise-Fall-Dead. Stephen Wooley's Stoned fits the latter category, a sort-of tribute to one of the great What-If stories in popular music: Brian Jones, the driving force
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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club revs up The Showbox with solid performance
by Lee Arthurs - SGN A&E Writer

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club w/ Elefant and The Morning After Girls

March 20 @ The Showbox

Hands down, the best show I've witnessed this year was last week's Black Rebel Motorcycle Club show at The Showbox. Hardly a band that needs to impress; it's all I could help but feel. more
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The music of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, the artistry of the Thistle Theatre puppeteers comes to Meany Hall
Frog Lake

Sunday, April 2, 3:00 pm

Meany Hall. Tickets/Info.:

206-5266878;www.seattlephil.com

What's green, proves that swans are for the birds, and promises a hopping good time for the whole family? It can only be the world premiere of Frog Lake, a delightfully amphibious assault on Tchaikovsky's Swan
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Oxford Blues meets Beautiful Thing in German Summer Storm
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Summer Storm

Rated R

German with English subtitles

Directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner

Starring Robert Stadlober

and Kostja Ullmann

Opens today at Harvard Exit

What if Rob Lowe had been interested in Julian Sands instead of Amanda P
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Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar slide to Town Hall; James Blunt and The Strokes perform sold out concerts at the Paramount Theatre; Taylor Eigsti releases new CD and Chris Botti jams at Jazz Alley; Matt Costa gets busy at The Crocodile Café
by Albert Rodriguez, Lorelei Quenzer and Lee Arthurs SGN A&E Writers

Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar featuring George Kahumoku, Cyril Pahinui and Dennis Kamakahi

Friday, March 31 - 7:30 p.m.

Town Hall - Tickets through

www.kbcs.fm, $22 more
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig - sorry, not in this weeks edition
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