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posted Friday, August 26, 2011 - Volume 39 Issue 34

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Arts and Entertainment
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SGN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Telly Leung, Glee's other Warbler
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Most of America first met Telly Leung as Wes Montgomery, one of the Warblers who joined Glee (along with Darren Criss) last fall. The singer/dancer/actor was only supposed to appear in a few episodes, but he ended up doing seven of them. Leung is cute, talented, and a versatile performer - he's starred in Rent, Wicked, Pacifi
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SGN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Lorna Luft Her life, her career, and being the daughter of Judy Garland
Songs My Mother Taught Me
September 30
Washington Center, Olympia


Lorna Luft was born into a family of Hollywood royalty. Her father was the acclaimed film director Sid Luft, credited with the genius of the 1954 film A Star Is Born. Her mother was the legendary Judy Garland. Dealing with an often turbulent c
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Memorial art show honors Robert Thurman
by Kat Humphrey - Special to the SGN

The Robert Thurman Memorial Retrospective ends its run on August 31 at Art/Not Terminal Gallery. Thurman helped found the non-profit, artist-run gallery in 1988. After he came out the following year and was later diagnosed with AIDS, his focus shifted away from the gallery and exhibiting hi
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Deadmau5 turns Paramount into modern dance cathedral
by Jerry L. Peerson - Special to the SGN

Deadmau5
August 18
Paramount Theatre


I've always had a soft spot for great dance music, but until last Thursday, I'd never attended what so many rave about: a Deadmau5 concert.

Now that I've had the great fortune to do so, I can only as
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Weisz is Whistleblower's heart and soul
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN Contributing Writer

The Whistleblower
Now Playing


Kathryn Bolkovac (Rachel Weisz) is a single mother desperate to get partial custody of her kids. In order to make some good, honest money to help make this happen, she takes a job as a United Nations peacekeeper in pos
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Familiar Pygmalion succinct and clever
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Pygmalion
Center House
Theater
Through August 28


The classic musical My Fair Lady was inspired by a play by George Bernard Shaw. The witty, upper-crust, very British Shaw created an accessible and delightful play, Pygmalion, in 1912. Pygmalion is being pres
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Don't miss the culmination of Penguins
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Penguins 5: Mea Maxima Culpa, Baby
Annex Theatre
Through August 26


On August 26 at 11 p.m., you'll have the final opportunity to see the final episode in Scot Augustson's wacky, subversive church parody with gun-toting nuns squaring off against priests, and se
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John Mayall delivers a night of blues to remember
by Mercy Moosemuzzle = SGN Contributing Writer

John Mayall
Mercy's friend Jollyness joined her to hear John Mayall at Jazz Alley on August 17. Mercy found Mayall's voice soulful, his harmonica phenomenal, and his keyboards outstanding. She commented to Jollyness that the group, Greg Rzab (bass), Jay Davenport (dr
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OutWest Bar opens its doors in West Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

West Seattle's newest bar is open - very open.

OutWest Bar is the first Gay lounge, restaurant, or pub to descend upon this quiet, laid-back neighborhood since Guppy's shut down several years ago. The bar welcomed its first customers on August 11, serving drinks that night and
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Q-Scopes by Jack Fertig
 
MUSIC LOUNGE
Perry, Gaga, Adele battle on MTV VMAs
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