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All Arts and Entertainment Stories
'I'M A GAY-AMERICAN': PART TWO
Former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey's speaks about his life, new book

"My persona was Irish, Catholic, straight. I would work hard never to let down that mask."

by Mark Segal - Special to the SGN

If you think Jim McGreevey revealed all during recent interviews with media powerhouses Larry King and Oprah, think again.

In an in-depth interview,
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Shortbus starts Seattle's Lesbian and Gay Film Festival with a bang, not a whimper
Our suggestions for your festival viewing

by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Which is more critical - achieving the big O, or achieving intimacy with your partner? And can you have one without the other? Those are the questions asked in John Cameron Mitchell's Shortbus, which kicks off the 11th Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Fest
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Climb Every Mountain: Exploring the wilderness
by Jim Provenzano - SGN A&E Writer

If you're looking for an outdoor camping or hiking adventure, you're not alone. Lesbian and Gay climbing and hiking groups have been getting the big picture from mountain peaks in the United States, South America, and Europe.

Novice climbers need equipment for serious climbs. Sometimes, ropes a
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BLOOD AND GUTS IN HIGH SCHOOL - Bad Actor Productions rulz!
by Maggie Bloodstone - SGN A&E Writer

If you're reading this paper, chances are excellent you're a Big Fag. If you're a Big Fag, it's a safe bet you were a Freak in high school. If you were a Freak in high school, no doubt you were in theater. Bad Actor Productions of Seattle, Washington, is comprised of those very fags, freaks, and thea
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Fall is the season Oscar hopefuls begin to show their colors
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

With apologies to Andy Williams, this is the most wonderful time of the year: the time Oscar hopefuls emerge from the summer doldrums. Here are previews of a few of the films I'm looking forward to this fall.

October 13: Infamous

Infamous is that other movie about Truman Cap
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Book Marks
by Richard Labonte - SGN A&E Writer

Gay Power: An American Revolution, by David Eisenbach, Carroll & Graf, 400 pages, $27 hardcover.

Gay Power began as an academic dissertation theorizing that a series of "media triggers" - from news of the first Gay student group at Columbia in 1966, to the Stonewall riots, to Rock Hu
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Where It's At: We Are Scientists banging at Neumo's; The Stills revving up The Showbox
by Albert Rodriguez and Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writers

We Are Scientists w/ Art Brut

Saturday, October 7 - 8pm

Neumo's - $13 / www.ticketswest.com


Coolest band of 2006? Too early to say, but a pair of strong contenders are Wolfmother and We Are Scientists. We'll talk about Wolfmother in December,
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig


ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Taking your playfulness - and especially your sexuality -more seriously could lead to higher standards and skillfulness. If things seem a bit dry, let your partner take the lead. Of course, you will rise to the occasion - and then some!



TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Give in to your partner on a
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