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posted Friday, March 15, 2013 - Volume 41 Issue 11

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Hometown hero(ine) - Jinkx Monsoon hosts Drag Race at Julia's
by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

On Monday, March 11, Julia's on Broadway was filled to capacity by RuPaul's Drag Race fans eager to watch the new episode featuring Jinkx Monsoon, the first Seattle performer to compete for the title of 'America's Next Drag Superstar.' Alongside local queen and burlesque sensation Ben DeLaCreme, Monsoon played host for screenings
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Dido thanks you
The British songbird talks about her new album - and which of her tunes she doesn't want played at your wedding

by Chris Azzopardi - SGN Contributing Writer

It would be easy to mistake Dido as being as mellow as her music - but don't.

In our chat, the British singer-songwriter - promoting
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'Well, well, well!' - Leslie Jordan proves great things come in small packages
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

DANCING QUEEN: THE MUSIC OF ABBA
SEATTLE MEN'S CHORUS WITH LESLIE JORDAN
McCAW HALL
April 6-7


Leslie Jordan can talk. A lot. The lady can chatter like no one's business. But what intrigued me most during our lengthy conversation was how earnest
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Boys! Bois! Boyz! The boylesque phenomenon (pt. 2)
by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

Last week, SGN's James Whitely went behind the scenes at Boys! Bois! Boyz!, a showcase of local 'boylesque' talent held March 1 at the Oddfellows Building on Capitol Hill. We left him at intermission.

The flashing of house lights beckons people back to their seats. Once a
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Singles scene - The Solo Performance Festival is a solitary pleasure
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

SOLO PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL #7
THEATER OFF JACKSON
Through March 23


We're in the midst of this year's Solo Performance Festival, a celebration of the one-person show. This year, several prominent female theater performers have been booked to perform their s
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The last resort - Cliffhouse takes the audience on a mysterious vacation
by Miryam Gordon - SGN A&E Writer

CLIFFHOUSE
MACHA MONKEY (at Richard Hugo House)
Through March 30


Playwright Allison Gregory is allowing Macha Monkey to present her newest play as a world premiere. Cliffhouse is a mystery that starts out like a lighthearted comedy and gradually transit
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Austin - The shining star of Texas
by Andrew Collins - SGN Contributing Writer

Austin isn't just liberal by Texas standards - it's one of the nation's most progressive cities, as well as a luminary in live music venues, cutting-edge restaurants and bars, indie retail, and outdoor recreation. It's routinely cited as one of the coolest and most livable cities in t
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The Big Island - A road-tested guide to Hawai'i
by Jessica Price - SGN Travel Writer

Of all the distinct versions of paradise found in the Hawaiian Islands, none offer the wide range of experience or incredible diversity of the Big Island. Hawai'i (as it is traditionally spelled) is the youngest and largest of the main islands, about the size of Connecticut. The terrain and
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Uniqueness of place - For one boutique Washington winemaker, it's all about the land
by David Hirning - Special to the SGN

Considering the subject, it's no surprise that when winemakers need a word that captures how the land itself influences the fruits of their labor, they turn to French: terroir.

According to the online glossary of the publication Wine Spectator, the word alludes to 'the int
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A Gay Wine Weekend in Sonoma
Celebrate the grape in California's fabled wine country by James Whitely - SGN Staff Writer

Out in the Vineyard (OITV), a California wine country travel company that caters to LGBT travelers, is gearing up for its 2013 'Gay Wine Weekend' in Sonoma County, California, about 45 minutes north of San Francisco. The luxu
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The evolution of Tom Ridge - Another member of the Bush team comes out for equality
by Mark Segal - Philly.com

Tom Ridge, former Secretary of Homeland Security under George W. Bush as well as Pennsylvania's former governor, supports marriage equality. So does former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman. Ridge was opposed to any nondiscrimination legislation while Governor. He's come a long way and we in th
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A Blu-ray disc with no video?
Meet the latest development in audiophile recording

by Rod Parke - SGN A&E Writer

THE VOIE TRIOMPHALE
STAFF BAND OF THE NORWEGIAN ARMED FORCES
2-L (Blu-ray Audio)


You most likely have never read a review of the latest contender for the hearts and ears of audiophiles
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Make your wedding truly unique
The Alternative Wedding Show will help you go way beyond the ordinary

by Joshua Ryan - Special to the SGN

THE ALTERNATIVE WEDDING SHOW
ZAHN EVENT CENTER, EVERETT
March 16


The Alternative Wedding Show takes place this Saturday, March 16, at The Zahn Event Center at The
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Dublin: full of good ol' Irish charm
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN Travel Writer

Dublin might appear to be a typical European city at first glance - brick buildings, old cathedrals, cobblestone streets. But when you explore its quiet neighborhoods, famed pubs, lush parks, laid-back pace, and persistent quirkiness, you'll find it possesses an individual charm and chara
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Be inspired! - Seattle's 2013-14 theater season offers unexpected delights
by Eric Andrews-Katz - SGN A&E Writer

Last week, every Seattle theater geek started to quiver. Bets were made, breath was held, prayers were prayed - and the city's three main theaters announced their upcoming seasons. The Paramount (Broadway Across America), The 5th Avenue Theatre, and the Village Theatre all are offering sh
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La Capital - Historic times await in Mexico City
by Andrew Collins - SGN Contributing Writer

Few places in North America are more misunderstood by U.S. travelers - and to a certain extent by travelers worldwide - than Mexico City, a dynamic and unquestionably enormous metropolis that's incredibly rich in history, abundant with culture, blessed with chic restaurants and Gay-fr
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Arizona dreamin' - Have fun in the sun in Phoenix and Tempe
by Albert Rodriguez - SGN A&E Writer

Arizona has become a favorite destination for Northwesterners to flock to during the cold months. Besides the obvious - sunshine, warm temps - it boasts one of the most exciting food scenes in the country, plus national landmarks, premier golf courses, and peaceful resorts. The cities of P
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