Sept 9, 2005
Volume 33
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Sunday Bumbershoot mixes cold rain and hot performers for warm fuzzy feeling
By Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A & E Writer

It just goes to show: a day at Bumbershoot is always worth the price of admission. I have to admit, my first read-through the weekend schedule had left me decidedly indifferent. Garbage was playing Friday night, making it impossible for me to line up for the token needed to get in to the main stage show (some of us work, ya know), and al
BUMBERSHOOT 2005: Who rocked, what sucked and why on earth was everything so expensive?
By Albert Rodriguez - SGN A & E Writer

picture - Shirley Manson of Garbage

My feet are sore as I write this. And my stomach is saying "gimme some real food!" But I had a good time at Bumbershoot this year, despite running into several disappointing shows that should have been on the money. Th
The Flight That Fought Back: An interview with Producer PHIL CRAIG
Q: What research was used in creating this documentary?

A: The Flight That Fought Back incorporates the best possible research available, including actual voice recordings from passengers and crew members; information from the official 9/11 Commission Report; eyewitness accounts; and interviews with family members, who describe wh
GLAAD releases study of primetime diversity
LGBT characters represent less than 2 percent of broadcast landscape

After a promising network pilot season that saw many new shows developed with Gay and Lesbian characters, the actual number of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) representations on the six major broadcast networks will comprise less than 2% of all characters on
Joyfully dark and delicious; Brothers Grimm hits all the right notes
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A & E Writer


Directed by Terry Gilliam. Starring: Matt Damon, Heath Ledger, Lena Headey, Jonathan Pryce, Deborah Hyde, Monica Bellucci, Peter Stormare. Now playing

As long as I can remember, I've always loved a good fairytale, especially the undertone of darkn
A joyful, wild and woolly time was had by all at Cascadiacon
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A & E Writer


Sea-Tac Hilton

Labor Day Weekend

Even as I was laughing myself silly with friends I'd met at Norwescon, earlier this year, and cruising some new redheads, I couldn't help but be stirred and appalled by the footage on television screens around th
Fall tune-up tips for your home will ensure comfort all winter long
Homeowners are creatures of comfort, and with colder days ahead, now is the time to ensure your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are in tip-top shape to provide a comfortable indoor environment all winter long.

Ongoing maintenance and simple tune-ups can ensure your system runs properly and efficiently, helping to
Cruising with RSVP to Alaska

By Rod Parke - SGN A & E Writer

[Editors Note: What follows is log enteries of the writers experiences aboard RSVP's first cruise from Seattle to Alaska.]


Okay, I admit I'm a cruise virgin. My partner, Dale, and I have been on only one cruise before,
San Francisco's famous LGBT street fairs approach
Two of San Francisco's biggest events for the LGBT community and visitors started as humble street fairs in two different neighborhoods. Today, the Folsom Street Fair and the Castro Street Fair act as proverbial "bookends" for a community that plays hard and raises money for local charity with events that run from September 18 to October 2nd. more
A kickass film, that also has heart and little moments reflecting the complex
By Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A & E Writer


Directed by Luc Besson. Starring: Jason Sratham, Alessandro Gassman, Amber Valletta, Kate Nauta, Matthew Modine, Jason Flemyng, Raymond Tong. Now playing

When I mentioned to my two straight friends that what I enjoyed most about Luc Besson's wonderful
Back to Basics: FISTING
It's back-to-school time, so let's get down to basics. While you might not expect to find fisting in the Lesbian Sex 101 curriculum, what could be more basic than putting your fingers in your partner's vagina? Or in this case, your whole hand.

Contrary to its name, in fisting the balled-up hand isn't forced past the vaginal (or anal) openi
Quote/Unquote by Rex Wockner
"I may not agree with the [Gay] lifestyle. And I don't. But that has nothing to do with the civil rights of that member of our - that part of our constituency. ... Housing and employment are not special rights. ... I think the right to live somewhere and to live where you please or to work where you please, as long as you're not bothering anybody e more
Kelly Clarkson and Patti LaBelle bring two kinds of diva to The Puyallup Fair; David Sanborn saxes things up at the Jazz
ByAlbert Rodriguez, Richard Kennedy & Lorelei Quenzer - SGN A & E Writers


Tuesday, September 13  7:00 pm

Puyallup Fairgrounds-Tix through Ticketmaster or$51.50 - $56.50

" Win tickets for this show at R Place on September 10

Did y
Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig

ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Money troubles seem to come from all directions. Advice, both spiritual and pragmatic, especially from your partner, will be helpful, but you won't like it. Simple financial housekeeping is a necessary first step, however Herculean the task may seem.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Some serious

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