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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
Queen City Cruise celebrates its 25th anniversary
by Willie Freitas - SGN Contributing Writer



[Editor's Note: The 6 hour Queen City Cruise departed from the Seattle waterfront and traveled through the Ballard Locks to Lake Washington and back again.]

Throwing ex-boyfriends overboard will not be tolerated warned co-hostess Marina Dennis as the Queen City Cruise departed from downtown Seattle's Pier 55 during
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Circus Contraption intrigues and entertains with its dark and delightful creativity
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle's own local, human "one ring circus", Circus Contraption, performed their eclectic carnival/cabaret/vaudeville show "Grand American Traveling Dime Museum" at Magnuson Park in July, in preparation for their second annual tour to New York City. They were a big hit last year in New York, with gre
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Vancouver's 'Out On Screen' gives film fans another reason to cross the border
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Out On Screen Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

August 17-27 - evening screenings

Various locations in Vancouver, BC - Tix at www.ticketstonight.ca / $8 (US) per film or $90 (US) festival pass

Are you slapping yourself because you missed Vancouver's Pride events last we
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She Kissed Me - meet the woman who wrote the book all of you will love
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

I have to confess that after picking up 'She Kissed Me', the result of a six and half year project by author Alison Dubois, and delighting in the marvelously sensuous imagery of women from every stripe of the Lesbian rainbow kissing, I was sorry it took me so long to interview the author. And h
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Wolf Parade marches to The Showbox, 80s rockers Styx play at Chateau Ste. Michelle
by Lorelei Quenzer and Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writers

Wolf Parade w/ Frog Eyes

Monday, August 21 - 9pm

The Showbox - Tix at www.ticketswest.com / $15

Everything about Wolf Parade gives the impression of being ramshackle, off-kilter, lopsided. A lovely and thrilling kind of off-kilter, at that. Th
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig


ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Your playful urges are opening doors you didn't know existed. Those doors could lead you to strange new places, some of which could be ugly or dangerous. Keep your eyes open, and think ahead!



TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Plans to improve your home life look rosy. But even with the adjustments
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