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posted Friday, October 29, 2010 - Volume 38 Issue 44

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City Arts Fest brings big names to Seattle venues
by Jessica Price - SGN Contributing Writer

City Arts Fest
October 20-23


The first annual City Arts Festival (aka the Heineken City Arts Fest) launched this year, with 21 venues hosting more than 50 events over four days. Though the festival was not immune to logistical problems, the organizers at up-and-coming monthly City Arts set the bar h
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Picasso: Brilliant exhibit at SAM
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN Contributing Writer

Pablo Picasso is arguably one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. His life 'like his artwork 'is filled with changes of style and appearance, and all of it is reflected in his life achievements. Like Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso didnt stay with one art form, but branc
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Lieutenant of Inishmore a bloody, over-the-top farce
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Lieutenant of Inishmore
ACT Theatre
Through November 14


ACT Theatre gets bloody for the Halloween season with The Lieutenant of Inishmore, a black (and red) comedy by Martin McDonagh. This is for the Scream lovers, the Quentin Tarantino lovers, and the Hallo
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A fun example of how Money Changes Everything
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Money Changes Everything
Annex Theatre
Through November 20


Doesn't everyone wonder what would happen if they won the lottery or something similarly outrageous and they had all the money they wanted? Rachel Atkins and Daniel Morris found a true-crime story about
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Blue Ball World Tour packs the Cuff
by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

On October 23, patrons with one thing in mind packed the Cuff (1533 13th Ave.) for the Blue Ball World Tour, a traveling party featuring Gay porn stars Reese Rideout, Landon Conrad, and Chris Rockway. The Blue Ball World Tour is a marketing device used to promote BoiJoy, a new natural male enha
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A Dyke About Town: Meklit Hadero, Toshi Reagon, and Manhattan Transfer
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Meklit Hadero and
Toshi Reagon


Meklit Hadero and her band opened for Toshi Reagon at the Triple Door on October 19. She has a nice, clear voice. Her bass player, Evan Flory Barnes, earned applause, and Mercy agreed. Ahamfule Olua's clarinet and trumpet rocke
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Hidden musical treasure in Seattle
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Baroque Orchestra
October 23
Town Hall


Once upon a time, when I lived in NYC, I stopped taking the Sunday Times because it pained me to see all the many wonderful musical events I would be missing for lack of money or time. There was simply too much going on! I
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Battlestar Galactica: The Exhibition now at Seattle's EMP|SFM
by Scott Rice - SGN Contributing Writer

Philosophical tomes, academic essays, webisodes, inter-season movies, spin-offs, and oodles of merchandise from T-shirts to full-on replica costumes: Battlestar Galactica has spawned it all. While I have thus far resisted the urge to throw down $249.95 for an authentic Colonial Warrior Blas
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Entre Hermanos' 15th anniversary event
Entre Hermanos' 15th anniversary event, held at the Yesler Community Center on Saturday, October 23. Entre Hermanos turned 15 this year and celebrated with a QuinceaƱera. A wonderful time was had by all. The program included some words from one of Entre Hermanos founders, Agnes Figueroa, some yummy food from La Cocina in Capitol Hill, and, of cours more
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Lee Konitz New Quartet the ultimate in satisfaction
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Lee Konitz New Quartet
October 5
Triple Door


Legendary jazz alto saxophonist/composer Lee Konitz brought his New Quartet to Seattle for one show on October 5 at the Triple Door as part of the 2010 Earshot Jazz Festival.

Konitz, who turned 83 o
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Manhattan Transfer joyful at The Jazz Alley
by E. Joyce Glasgow - SGN A&E Writer

Manhattan Transfer
October 21-23
Dimitrious Jazz Alley


The multiple Grammy Award winning vocal quartet The Manhattan Transfer (founded in 1969) has been performing in their current configuration of Janis Siegel, Cheryl Bentyne, Alan Paul, and Tim Hauser,
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Spencer Day engaging, mellow at the Jazz Alley
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Spencer Day
October 27
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley


If it wasn't for Spencer Day's charm - and he has loads of it - I might have fallen asleep at the Jazz Alley on Wednesday night. It's not that his performance wasn't entertaining, but in contrast to his previous
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
MUSIC LOUNGE
Duffy, N*E*R*D, Jingle Bell Bash
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WHERE IT'S AT
Usher and Robyn storming through Seattle in November
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Inside Job an infuriating indictment
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British jazz vocalist Anita Wardell a joyful singer
by E. Joyce Glasgow- SGN A&E Writer

Anita Wardell
October 17
Camano Island
British jazz vocalist Anita Wardell has loved singing jazz tunes since she was a teenager, and has been performing since age 19. Her ease with  and love of  music comes forth in a joyful outpouring in performance. A
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