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posted Friday, December 7, 2012 - Volume 40 Issue 49
All Arts and Entertainment Stories
Homo for the Holidays
DeLouRues yummy yuletide treat returns (now with VIP tables!)

by Daniel Hanks - SGN Contributing Writer

The air is cooler, the leaves have turned in color, and the holiday season is upon us. In recent years one show has set itself apart to become a Seattle tradition: Homo for the Holidays.

Building on the success of last year'
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Seattle Men's Chorus heats up the holidays
& by Milton W. Hamlin - SGN A&E Writer

BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE
SEATTLE MEN'S CHORUS
Through December 22


The Seattle Men's Chorus opened the holiday season for 2012 with an incredible concert, titled Baby, It's Cold Outside, which literally heated up Emerald City music fans of all ages, all
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Katy Perry honored as a Trevor Hero
by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

The Trevor Project honored international superstar Katy Perry with the Trevor Hero Award at a December 2 ceremony, held at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

Audi of America also was recognized at the 'Trevor Live' benefit gala, with the Trevor 2020 Award.
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Deep Inside Hollywood: Tina Fey, Fortune Feimster star in new work
by Romeo San Vicente - SGN Contributing Writer

ADMISSION
Every smarty-pants Lesbian we know loves Tina Fey, even though she plays for the other team. And when Admission, her latest film, opens next spring, that audience will get the added bonus of actual Lesbian Lily Tomlin as a co-star. The story revolves around
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A Christmas Carol for musical theater fans
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

SCROOGE: THE MUSICAL
SEATTLE MUSICAL THEATRE
Through December 9


Scrooge: The Musical, now playing at Seattle Musical Theatre, is a sweet and completely unchallenging musical version of A Christmas Carol. Leslie Bricusse wrote the entire thing - book, music, a
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An 'old-fashioned' holiday
SRT mainstay Inspecting Carol is still funny but showing its age

by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

INSPECTING CAROL
SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE
Through December 23


The current production of Seattle Rep's Inspecting Carol still has a lot of laughs, which is great. It'
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Bayreuth in Blu-ray
A Ring cycle from 1992 gets a marvelous video update

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

WAGNER: DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN
BAYREUTH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Kultur Video


Back in the early '90s, a group of friends and I rented LaserDiscs (the predecessor of DVDs) from Scarecrow Vid
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Justice - at last
The passage of R-74 has righted a historic wrong

by Jean Godden - Special to the SGN

To be honest, I never dreamed I would be fortunate enough to see the day when same-sex marriage became legal. But the people of this state voted. And, thanks be, I did get to see the day when equal rights prevailed thro
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Teresa Guajardo and Tina Roose
Teresa Guajardo and Tina Roose want to get married. It's been 14 years since they met at a PFLAG picnic, in the wonderfully supportive company of Parents, Friends, and Families of Lesbians and Gays. After 13 years together, they want to get legally married, legally committed as next of kin, in sickness and in health, partners for life.
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Game over
Overly earnest Playing for Keeps fails to score

by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

PLAYING FOR KEEPS
Opens December 7

Retired Scottish soccer sensation George Dryer (Gerard Butler) isn't at his best. He's moved to a Virginia suburb to be close to his ex-wife Stacie (
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Lost at sea
North Sea Texas has its charms but ultimately disappoints

by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

NORTH SEA TEXAS
Opens December 7


Pim (Jelle Florizoone) isn't happy. Lonely and introverted, the teen feels neglected by his gadabout single mother, Yvette (Eva van der Guch
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Making a Gayby
Stars of acclaimed indie film talk about Gay-straight sex

by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

There are lots of ways to have a baby if you're a Gay man with a platonic girlfriend. Surrogacy is one option. You could adopt. Maybe even go the donor insemination route.

Or... you could
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Frank Ocean nabs six Grammy nominations
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

A big year for Frank Ocean climaxed December 5 with six Grammy Award nominations, including nods for Album and Record of the Year (artist and producer), Best New Artist, Best Urban Contemporary Album, and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. The R&B breakout star, who earlier this year admitted
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Northwest News
compiled by Rick McKinnon - SGN Staff Writer

HOLIDAY TREE SALE
The Seattle Area Support Groups & Community Center's annual holiday tree sale will be held November 23-December 23, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., at SASGCC (303 17th Ave. E., at E. Thomas St.).

SEATTLE MEN'S CHORUS - 'BABY, IT'S COLD OUTSIDE' <
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A match made in... Arizona
Finally, it's real wedding bells for Seattle couple Stephen Lloyd and Scott Shurtleff

by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Guy places ad in newspaper. Another guy reads it, then responds. They meet, fall in love, and live happily ever after. This is the story of Stephen Lloyd and Scott Shurtleff, who met
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Teresa Guajardo and Tina Roose
Teresa Guajardo and Tina Roose want to get married. It's been 14 years since they met at a PFLAG picnic, in the wonderfully supportive company of Parents, Friends, and Families of Lesbians and Gays. After 13 years together, they want to get legally married, legally committed as next of kin, in sickness and in health, partners for life.
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Margaret Witt and Laurie Johnson
When, where, and how did you first meet?
In 2001 at Spokane Schools. 'I first met Margie when she was riding a giant red special-needs trike down the hallway of our workplace,' says Laurie. 'She was racing with my boss, Nancy. I wondered, who was that?!'

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Lynn Grotsky and Lisa Brodoff
Lynn had just moved to Seattle for graduate school. Lisa had recently moved from the Northeast and was hunkering down to study for the Washington State Bar. It was 1980. How to meet new people? Holly Near, the iconic feminist Women's Music folksinger, was coming to town. Lynn looked at the other social-work students to determine who might be i more
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