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Arts and Entertainment
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Albert Hammond, Jr. makes it short and sweet at The Crocodile Café
by Jessica Browning - SGN A&E Writer

Albert Hammond, Jr. w/ The Mooney Suzuki
March 2 @ The Crocodile Café

Albert Hammond, Jr. isn't just another pedigreed member of hugely popular rock heroes The Strokes. He's got his own plans and talent in spades, and a hot new solo release hitting stores this week. Not to mention that he's charmi
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Kate Clinton produces non-stop laughs at the Moore Theater
By E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Kate Clinton strode onto the stage at the Moore Theater, looking sleek in a well-tailored black suit, short haircut and hip, geometric glasses, with a giant, beautiful, warm smile and a charming, relaxed and confident presence that had her audience instantly with her and ready to be entert
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Frank Miller's 300: Abs of steel, gore galore
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

300 Directed by Zack Snyder
Starring Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, Dominic West and David Wenham
Opens March 9


300 is a shot-by-shot homage to Frank Miller's graphic retelling of the Battle of Thermopylae. If your ancient Greek is a little rusty, do
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A timely play about AIDS, race and family - Inspired acting, perfect staging brings Before It Hits Home to life
by Jacob Clark - SGN A&E Writer

Before It Hits Home, Cheryl West's searing play about a Bisexual who dies of AIDS, is still surprisingly timely, in BROWNBOX Theatre's production at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center. The play, which was originally work-shopped by the Seattle Group Theatre in 1989, is plumbed for emotional d
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Girls and Gods, or Prometheus Unwed disappoints - Good premise, poor execution
by Jacob Clark - SGN Contributing Writer

Printer's Devil Theater is presenting Scot Auguston's new play at the Capitol Hill Arts Center. Some sections of the piece are lost beneath densely packed dialogue. It isn't helped by Carys Kresny's stylized direction, or the actors' overarching performances.

Girls an
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Patty Griffin interview next week; Linkin Park ready 'midnight' release; Arctic Monkeys get nightmarish on second album; Silversun Pickups sell out Neumos show in minutes
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in   BITS & BYTES
Oregon Shakespeare Festival opens 72nd season with three classic titles and modern Rabbit Hole, Oregon Cabaret delights with fun Men On Ice
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
Bloc Party launches North American tour at Paramount Theatre, Brett Dennen returns for sold out gig at Chop Suey
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Book Marks
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Fire On The Mountain: A rousing musical tribute to the salt of the earth folks
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Fire On The Mountain
Directed by Randal Myler
Starring Molly Andrews, 'Mississippi' Charles Bevel, Margaret Bowman
Tommy Fleming, Tony Marcus, Lee Morgan, Mike Regan, Ed Snodderly, Dan
Wheetman and Trevor Wheetman
Seattle Repertory Theatre<
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