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Arts and Entertainment
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DIFFA 'GLAM' event returns in style
by David Luc Nguyen (Teriyaki Temple) - SGN Contributing Writer

The Seattle chapter of DIFFA (Design Industries Foundation Fights AIDS) rolled out the red carpet for the 2nd Annual "GLAM" event at Masins in Pioneer Square. More than 300 people attended the event billed as an evening of celebration in high style. The evening consisted of a silent auction, a fashion
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Movies and mai tais:Seattle Gay News heads to Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival
Last year, Seattle Gay News brought you exclusive coverage of Vancouver, BC's queer film and video festival. This time, we're grabbing our snorkeling gear and jetting to the island of Oahu for the Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival. Arts & Entertainment writer Ron Anders (The Reel Spin) will attend all four nights of the festival, now in its eigh more
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Portland Hosts First Queer Documentary Film Festival In the Nation

Portland, Oregon  Portlands First Annual QDoc will be held June 1-3, 2007 at the Clinton Street Theater. This will be the first festival of its kind in the United States, and only the second in the world devoted exclusively to documentaries with a queer content. QDoc gives a boost to Portlands burgeoning re more
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Why another 'Boheme' at Seattle Opera?
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

"I'm not going," said one of my opera friends. He'd seen too many 'Bohémes.' I'm glad I'm not quite THAT saturated with seeing performances of Puccini's La Bohéme, for Seattle Opera's latest presentation of this super-popular opera had much to recommend it. Called by conductor Sir Thomas Beecham,
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Nickel Creek's Farewell (for now) show leaves audience clamoring for reunion
by Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A&E Writer

Nickel Creek with Jon Brion
May 10 @ McCaw Hall


Cue the melancholy music: this is Nickel Creek's "Farewell (For Now) Tour." It seems like only yesterday the twenty-somethings were setting the bluegrass world alight with their Grammy-winning album, This Side. O
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Chris Cornell goes one-on-one with SGN; Rufus Wainwright returning to Seattle; Kelly Clarkson, Linkin Park, Michael Buble all coming to town this summer; Blake Lewis 'Idol' mania
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in   BITS & BYTES
New, expanded SAM triumphs in every detail, Portland hosts Rembrandt & Dutch Golden Age, Linda Davidson scores with Turn Of Mind show
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in   WHERE IT'S AT
Where It's At: Virgin Festival in Vancouver, BC welcomes The Killers, AFI, My Chemical Romance, Metric and 40 other great acts
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Book Marks
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Langston Hughes to spotlight openly Gay choreographer Kabby Mitchell
by Ron Anders - SGN A&E Writer It starts with a view of a computer-animated Statue of Liberty - then zooms into the heart of New York City. We whoosh into windows of various buildings - witnessing a Gay man giving himself a yoga-enhanced blow job (observed by a handsome young voyeur in an adjacent building), a heterosexual couple fucking t more
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