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Clipper Vacations Killer Whale Watching Daytrip in the San Juan Islands an exceptional treat
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Sun sets on The Days of Anna Madrigal
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Seattle Musical Theatre kicks off new season liberated from ugly past
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Jack White looks and sounds sexy at the Paramount
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Capturing a musical monster - Mahler's 8th Symphony
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Captain Smartypants gets 'Starstruck' at The Triple Door
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Five acts to check out at Bumbershoot
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How to write a novel in one easy lesson
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IN MEMORIAM - Robin Williams, et al.
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Divine's estate belongs to her cousins, federal court rules
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Northwest News
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LETTERS
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Bob Dylan kicking off tour in Seattle
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Brosnan's Man an extraordinary spy trapped in an ordinary thriller
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Clipper Vacations Killer Whale Watching Daytrip in the San Juan Islands an exceptional treat
by Victor Bogatko - SGN Contributing Writer

CLIPPER VACATIONS
WHALE WATCHING DAYTRIP
Through September 28


Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, whale watching in the famed San Juan Islands has always seemed like an exciting backyard excursion. To my surprise and delight, it proved to be an even more spectacular adventure that is
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Sun sets on The Days of Anna Madrigal
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

THE DAYS OF ANNA MADRIGAL
BY ARMISTEAD MAUPIN


Anna Madrigal has become one of the most cherished characters of literature. The beloved former owner of 28 Barbary Lane infamy is more than a landlady to those who lived in her boarding house; she is a living Ear
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Seattle Musical Theatre kicks off new season liberated from ugly past
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Seattle Musical Theatre is launching their 37th season in two weeks. Theyre starting with Man of La Mancha and the lead role of Cervantes/Don Quixote will be played by Jeff Church. In many ways that signifies enormous positive change for the somewhere-between-high-school-and-community-and-pro
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Jack White looks and sounds sexy at the Paramount
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

JACK WHITE
PARAMOUNT THEATRE
August 26


I probably shouldn't compare Jack White to Michelangelo, and I won't. But there's no doubt that his Tuesday night performance at the Paramount Theatre, the second of two sold out concerts in Seattle, was a stroke
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Capturing a musical monster - Mahler's 8th Symphony
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

I feel a kind of divine madness has come over me: after decades of trying to appreciate the first part of Mahler's Eighth Symphony, I finally get it. With the help of Gustavo Dudamel , well over a thousand players and singers, and especially the utterly thrilling sound on this new Blu-ray fro
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Captain Smartypants gets 'Starstruck' at The Triple Door
CAPTAIN SMARTYPANTS
'STARSTRUCK'
THE TRIPLE DOOR
September 13 & 20 8 p.m.
September 21 7 p.m.


For three performances only the 'Starstruck' crew of nine movie-loving Gay men shine the spotlight - in a way that only Captain Smartypants can - on the movies and stars they adore. The outr
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Five acts to check out at Bumbershoot
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

BUMBERSHOOT
SEATTLE CENTER
August 30-September 1


If you're staying put this Labor Day Weekend, take note that Bumbershoot is happening three days and nights at Seattle Center with musical acts, comedians, authors, filmmakers, performance artists, a
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How to write a novel in one easy lesson
by Sugie - SGN Contributing Writer

Here I sit with a blank faced computer in front of me. It is almost taunting me to spill the china beans on my latest literary project - writing the great American novel! The idea grew slowly in my mental land, when a good friend of mine was reaping the bushels of fruits by writing her
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LETTERS
Thank you Shaun Knittel

Good day:

I happened to notice the online link to the story of the capture of Ali Muhammed Brown, a horrific cautionary tale in so many ways, which I've been following since becoming aware of these vicious murders. As a print journalist for half a century, I've witnessed the erosion
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Bob Dylan kicking off tour in Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The legendary Bob Dylan has selected Seattle as the launch pad for his upcoming fall North American tour. The iconic folk-rock artist will begin a three-month itinerary with a trio of performances at the Paramount Theatre, October 17-19. He's previously played Key Arena and Memorial St
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Brosnan's Man an extraordinary spy trapped in an ordinary thriller
by Sara Michelle Fetters - SGN A&E Writer

THE NOVEMBER MAN
Now playing


While a success as far as the CIA was concerned, the last mission ace spy Peter Devereaux (Pierce Brosnan) was a part of left a bad taste in his mouth, leading him to take an early retirement, marred only by the memories of
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