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posted Friday, May 27, 2011 - Volume 39 Issue 21

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U2's mega June concert descends on Seattle
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

U2 360-degree Tour
June 4
Qwest Field


Rain or shine, rock royalty is coming to Seattle. Get ready for traffic, mayhem, and 60,000 people downtown next weekend.

Let's face it: U2 is the biggest band in the world. You can make a case for the Rolling Stones, Metallica, Radiohead,
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La Femme Magnifique Washington Pageant
(l to r) Jada Starr, Lady Chablis, Athena Kiss, and Celys St. James.

Over 150 people celebrated the 30-year anniversary of the La Femme Magnifique Washington Pageant last Sunday at Neighbours Nightclub. 1994 La Femme Magnifique International and Pageant producer Gaysha Starr hosted the event, which reunited 16 former La Femme winners,
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Where It's At: Adele, Mars, Van Dyk lead busy June
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

The coolest spot to show off that summer tan is indoors in the month of June. Yes, this is the month that Bono and the gang finally take over Qwest Field with their giant claw, after last year's disappointing cancellation (for more info, check out our U2 article in this week's SGN). Another U.K.
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A Dyke About Town: Rachelle Ferrell phenomenal at Jazz Alley
by Mercy Moosemuzzle - SGN Contributing Writer

Rachelle Ferrell
Cuteness turned Mercy on to Rachelle Ferrell and Mercy was happy she had gone to the May 19 performance at Jazz Alley. Cuteness had been right that Ferrell had an amazing voice. 'I love it when she goes into her low register,' she said. Mercy was al
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Guys and Dolls keeps its winning ways
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Guys and Dolls
5th Avenue
Through June 5


The Frank Loesser musical Guys and Dolls is one of the best of its generation, with songs that have become part of America's music lexicon: 'Luck, be a lady tonight!' you might sing, or maybe 'I love you, a bushel and a
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Brownie Points' exploration of race pointedly appropriate
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Brownie Points
Taproot Theatre
Through June 18


Janece Shaffer's comedy Brownie Points has a warm-hearted, beautifully done production going at Taproot Theatre. Five moms on a trip with 14 (unseen) first-graders confront issues of race, class, economics, mari
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Dive into Reservoir Dolls' bloody fun
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

Reservoir Dolls
Theater Schmeater
Through June 18


So there's this bloody, profane movie from Quentin Tarantino called Reservoir Dogs. What if the sexes were flipped and all the men were women? That's the basis for Reservoir Dolls, now open at Theater Schmeater,
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Tenor Jonas Kaufmann spectacular in Tosca DVD
by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

The main reason to see this generally better-than-competent Tosca DVD is the singing and acting of tenor Jonas Kaufmann. Beyond his movie-star looks, Kaufmann is simply the best lyric/dramatic tenor singing today. His utterly smooth use of the entire range of dynamics is unique among modern tenors
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MUSIC LOUNGE
Bumbershoot announces full lineup on June 1
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MOVIE REVIEWS

The Gay films of SIFF 2011
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Second Hangover impossible to recover from
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Becoming a work of art at the Seattle Erotic Art Festival
by Nate Gowdy - SGN Contributing Writer

I've long dreamed of a 'pleasure activist,' preferably one with an accent, asking me to get naked. This past weekend I got my wish, but it wasn't exactly what I had in mind.

It all started when James Beard Award-winning chef and self-described 'pleasure activist' Tiberio
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