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SGN EXCLUSIVE - MADONNA'S MUSIC BRINGS THE PEOPLE TOGETHER AT SAN JOSE'S HP PAVILION
by Richard Kennedy - SGN A&E Writer

Madonna's "Confessions Tour" 2006

May 30 @ HP Pavilion, San Jose

If Madonna doesn't come to you, then you go to her.

That's exactly what I did last week when I took off to San Jose to see the one and only Queen of Pop at the HP Pavilion. I remember recording "Like A V
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PORTLAND PRIDE - A guide to eating, cocktailing, shopping and sleeping well for Portland Gay Pride
by Richard Kennedy SGN A&E Writer

Portland Gay Pride 2006

Saturday-Sunday, June 17-18

There was a time when locals here referred to Portland as a mini-Seattle. Well, Portland has more than come into its own. It has certainly created its own charm and distinct
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SIFF 2006 - SIFF enters its last nine days with many films of LGBT interest yet to screen
by Herb Krohn SGN A&E Writer

C.R.A.Z.Y.

Rating: Excellent

Canada - Subtitled

(Québécois French)

Friday June 16th - 9:00 PM -

Egyptian Theatre

Sunday June 18th - 1:15 PM -

Egyptian Theatre

A coming of age family drama told over a long time period,
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The Drowsy Chaperone, The Pajama Game and city of Seattle set to shine at this year's Tony Awards
by Spencer Fairbanks - Special to the SGN

60th Annual Tony Awards

Sunday, June 11 - 8:00 PM

CBS stations - visit www.tonyawards.com for more information

It's time for the best and brightest to shine at the 60th Annual Tony Awards. The American Theatre Wing will hand out its coveted medallions Sunday nigh
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BARELY LEGAL - A LOVE STORY - A theatrical work not based on the porn magazine at The Spitfire
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

Truthfully, I came to this show not intending to review it, but to relax and escape the ninth circle of Hades that is the week before the SGN's Pride issue, but after my second Jack Daniels & coke, and a cattle stampede performed in slo-mo to the accompaniment of The Flower Song from Lakme, I was odd
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in the MUSIC LOUNGE
Joshua Radin interview coming next week; Scissor Sisters announce new CD title and release date; contest details for James Blunt autographed poster
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in Bits & Bytes
Prairie Home Companion charms & delights, Balanchine's 3-part Jewels a winner for PNB, SIFF continues salute to Gay, Lesbian films
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A DYKE TO WATCH OUT FOR - Alison Bechdel at The UW Bookstore & The Wildrose, June 16 & 17
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

You don't have to be a dyke to be familiar with Alison Bechdel's work, but Goddess knows it helps. Her best-known creation, the comic strip Dykes To Watch Out For has appeared in darn near every magazine, weekly, and anthology geared towards Queerness since 1983. By no means a separatist universe, DT
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Sistah 2 Sistah presents a tribute to Nina Simone at Seattle Asian Art Museum
Sistah 2 Sistah is pleased to present Strange FRUIT: A Tribute to Nina Simone featuring vocalist Mercedes Nicole and her band, Saturday, June 24, 2006, 2 PM at Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park (1400 East Prospect Street Avenue, Seattle).

Strange FRUIT tells the story of Nina Simone, Honorary Doctor in Musicology and Humanities.
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