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posted Friday, January 24 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 04

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Arts and Entertainment
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DO NOT MISS THIS PRODUCTION of The Normal Heart!
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

THE NORMAL HEART
STRAWBERRY THEATRE WORKSHOP
ERICKSON THEATRE OFF BROADWAY
Through February 15


AIDS and HIV are still here! The war against this pernicious and awful virus continues with no cure in sight! Do you realize that if you are not sick? It seems way too easy to forget how devas
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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? An interview with writer/director Arvin Chen
by Gary M. Kramer - SGN Contributing Writer

A sweet and bittersweet romantic comedy-drama, the wonderful Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? features a handful of Gay and straight characters in modern Taipei, who are unhappy in their lives and relationships. Writer/director Arvin Chen may be straight, but he displays a real sensit
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Close races, big performances highlight Grammy Awards
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

How many Grammys will Macklemore and Ryan Lewis win on Sunday night? Of the 7 they're nominated for, perhaps just 1 or 2.

The Seattle duo faces stiff competition and an usually un-hip Recording Academy, making for a very tough road to the podium. Still, the hip-hop superstars
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Nothing invisible about this particular woman
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

THE INVISIBLE WOMAN
Now playing


Nelly Wharton Robinson (Felicity Jones) is not everything she appears to be. The loving wife and inspirational teacher is directing a production of No Thoroughfare: A Drama in Five Acts, a play written by the late Charles D
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And the 2013 winners are ... Congratulations, Gypsy winners!
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

The Seattle Theater Writers announced nominations for the 2013 Gypsy Rose Lee Awards a couple of weeks ago. The wait is over and the winners' list is below.

We hope that you will look at the list of nominees and/or winners and realize how much great theater is produced in this
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Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute celebrates Black History Month
SEATTLE - Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) will celebrate Black History Month, starting with their annual Birthday Bash kick off on February 1. 'A Salute to the '60s and Motown' will wrap up the month on February 28. LHPAI is located at 104 17th Ave. S. (at E. Yesler), 206-684-4757, www.langstoninstitute.org

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Justin Timberlake gives fans an unforgettable experience
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE
KEY ARENA
January 17


The only thing Justin Timberlake didn't do last weekend at Key Arena was magic tricks. The mega pop star delivered a near three-hour concert to a sold out audience that included all of his major hits, sharp chore
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Foster the People pumps up The Crocodile
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

FOSTER THE PEOPLE
THE CROCODILE
January 19


Where in the world did Foster the People go? Well, for the last year, they've been nowhere, except holed up in a recording studio putting together a new record. The California pop-rock trio only performed one
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Vocal ecstasy: Angela Meade in recital
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

How would you describe ecstasy? What for you can cause a state of ecstasy? Music does it most often for me. It's rare, unpredictable, and intoxicating; I'm not safe to drive until I've calmed down a bit afterwards. Otherwise, I think it's good for your health (like laughter). But where can it b
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Here comes a new drama queen
by Sugie - SGN Contributing Writer

What a chance for me to pursue my dream, albeit late in life! I am a fifty-niner, once a forty-niner; now all I have to do is 'act' on it! There is really no punch line there; I signed up for beginning acting techniques at North Seattle Community College. Yes, I already have myself a Bachelo
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