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Volume 35
Issue 22
 
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Arts and Entertainment
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ACT's Souvenir:Charming and Funny and Better than Broadway
by E. Joyce Glasgow- SGN A&E Writer

Souvenir, by Stephen Temperley
A Contemporary Theatre (ACT)
Runs through June 10th


Florence Foster Jenkins was a wealthy, New York socialite, who began giving formal concerts in 1912 and during the 1930's and 1940's gave a number of operatic recitals, with her piano accompanist, Cosme Mc
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Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival: first Korean Gay movie, new Kate Clinton work, cast of 'Dante's Cove', and true aloha spirit
by Ron Anders - SGN A&E Writer

The Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, one of Hawaii's premier Gay and Lesbian events, was great fun for this viewer and first-time Hawaii traveler. The first two nights of the festival (now in its 18th year) were at the Doris Duke Theater at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. The excitement ramped up
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Singing the Praises of Once
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

The glorious thing about the new independent alt-rock musical Once is that it speaks equally to all types of people whether they be straight, Gay, Trans, black, blue or bright neon green. Sitting down with writer-director John Carney and actors Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová at the
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Arcade Fire 'bible'-thump their way to exalting, first rate performance
By: Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

Arcade Fire
May 27 @ Arlene Schnitzer Hall (Portland, OR)


I've been baptized into the fellowship of Arcade Fire. And I'm a new man as a result of it.

The twice-Grammy nominated ensemble gave an exuberant two-hour performance Sunday nigh
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Visiting Mr. Green: A play in Burien with a timely message
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Visiting Mr. Green
Burien Little Theatre
May 18th-June 10th


With Pride around the corner, most of us are focused on events that are going on in Seattle and around Seattle, but there's a play featuring a Gay character you should make time for
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in   the MUSIC LOUNGE
Rock icon Chris Cornell speaks openly about new album, having multi-lingual kids, and missing his Seattle hometown
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in   BITS & BYTES
McCormick & Schmicks hosts salmon dinner; ACT continues thoroughly charming Souvenir; GLBT short films highlight first week of SIFF
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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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SIFF continues with LGBT film gems

Reviews by Herb Krohn
SGN A&E Writer

            The Seattle Gay News returns with reviews of several of the films of interest to a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender audience at this year’s 33rd Seattle International Film Festiv more
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Folklife Festival was pure magic this year
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Northwest Folklife Festival
Seattle Center
Memorial Day Weekend


By yesterdays end (that being last Monday, Memorial Day), my cowboy booted feet were sore, but I was a happy camper, having danced, munched and schmoozed my way through this year
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