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Behind the scenes on Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Quick! Answer this question (multiple choice): Between oil, natural gas reserves and a growing economy, Russia's super-rich are raking it in. A new media outlet designed for the extremely wealthy will go by what title? Vodka and Caviar; The Blackest Square; Snob; No Red, No More. (Answer at the end of the column.)

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Suzanne Westenhoefer: Not just for the girls
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Suzanne Westenhoefer
July 11, 7:30 and 10 PM
The Triple Door


Suzanne Westenhoefer has appeared in many venues. She was considered to be the first open Lesbian comic at a time when influential television  such as Comedy Central, A&E, HBO or
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Black, Gay and bulimic Chad Goller-Sojourner relates to everyone
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Sitting in Circles with Rich White Girls: Memoirs of a Bulimic Black Boy
Written and performed by Chad Goller-Sojourner
Rainier Valley Cultural Center
July 11-20


Chad Goller-Sojourner is a Seattle poet, spoken-word performer and storyteller extrao
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Schwarz' Mahler drowns out Jane Eaglen
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Symphony Orchestra with Jane Eaglen
Benaroya Hall
Friday, June 27


Jane Eaglen gave a perfectly competent performance of Wagner's "Liebestod," from his opera 'Tristan und Isolde." This included some lovely soft singing. Indeed, there are few soprano
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Outdoor theater festival comes to Capitol Hill
Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival
July 12 and 13
Volunteer Park


In 2001, GreenStage, Theater Schmeater and Wooden O Theater created a cooperative theater festival in Seattle's Volunteer Park. Starting in 2008, GreenStage will be the presenter of SOTF, but you can still look forward to performances by all yo
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Will Smith brings fireworks and laughter for the 4th
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Hancock
Opening July 4


The last time I saw Will Smith in a movie that was primed to open for the 4th of July, I was with a sort-of good date, who had to leave early, making me watch the rest of the film alone.

Never did hear from,
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Bad Mother produces tears for Argento
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

The Mother of Tears
Opening July 4


There is something about Asia Argento. She's magnetic, almost too the point where it's impossible to take your eyes off of her. There is an unhinged, devil-may-care virtuosity to the woman, a somewhat skanky
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We Are Scientists continue to roll as a quartet
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

We Are Scientists
Wednesday, July 9 - 9 PM
Neumos


On the night We Are Scientists played their first headlining show in Seattle, a concert sponsored by Seattle Gay News at the The Crocodile Cafe in October 2005, a crowd of roughly 25 people witnessed th
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
ARIES (March 20 - April 19): Anything felt as a threat to your turf, family, or community may raise your ire beyond reason, or at least beyond strategic good sense. You may be wildly overreacting to unintended slights. Offer people a chance to explain before launching the missiles.

TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Everyone is bein
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