Arts & Entertainment

April 8, 2005

Volume 33,
Issue 14

Sat, Feb 27, 2016


Arts & Entertainment

Brent Hartinger’s new novel The Order of the Poison Oak promises to be a very fun read
Thursday, April 14

7:00 p.m. at Bailey-Coy Books

414 Broadway Ave. E.

Brent Hartinger, author of the 2003 Gay teen novel Geography Club, is so fed up with boring authors’ events that he’s offering a cash reward to anyone who thinks one of his events is boring.

“Some of these bookstore author events are pretty tedious,” Hartinger says. “So people quickl
Seattle’s own Oratrix Productions presents The Write Off Tour
picture main page Soul Childe; story page Amy Mahoney

The Write Off Tour

(a spoken word show)

Write Off Performers: Ivan E. Coyote, Tara Hardy, Lane Stroud, Katinka Kraft, Amy Mahoney, & SoulChilde

Special Guests: Kristie Fleming & Becky Guerra

Saturday, April 23. Doors 7:00 p.m., show at 8:00

Queen Latifah is clearly the star in wonderfully entertaining Beauty Shop
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

Beauty Shop

Directed by Bille Woodruff

Starring Queen Latifah, Alicia Silverstone, Mena Suvari, Andie MacDowell, Golden Brooks, Kevin Bacon, Djimon Hounsou, Alfre Woodard (and many more!)

Now playing

I guess it is time for a vacation when I totally forget to
Even allergies couldn’t stop me from enjoying this wonderful dance program
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

5 1/2

Second Stage Dance Theater

Broadway Performance Hall

March 25-April 2

Even with allergies attacking me like mad last weekend, I still managed to thoroughly enjoy the program of old and new dance pieces put on by one of my favorite dance groups, Second
Opening Friday at The Varsity: Schizo and Eros
by Derich Mantonela - SGN A&E Writer

Schizo — This little gem gets Kazakh exactly right

What’s the world’s largest landlocked (no seacoast) country (it’s nearly four times bigger than Texas)? The answer to that question—one of the toughest in all of trivia—Kazakh, is also the locale of Schizo, a gem of a film by first-time K
Many Voices, One Song concert creates a mosaic of music and humanity
by Rev. Debra Jarvis

Many Voices, One Song -

A Benefit for Multifaith Works

Thursday, April 21

7:00 p.m.

Seattle First Baptist Church -

1111 Harvard Ave., First Hill

Tickets $15 adv./$20 door

(kinds under 10 free)

Ticketline: (206) 324-1520

I get
Great Hideaways of the Pacific Northwest
by Andrew Collins

Whether you’re seeking an urbane getaway in Portland, Seattle, or Vancouver, or you’d rather a quieter and more secluded retreat - perhaps on British Columbia’s scenic Salt Spring Island or in Oregon’s lush Willamette Valley - you’ll have little trouble finding a distinctive, inviting, and Gay-friendly accommodation in
We Remember Selena (1971-1995)
The Seattle Gay News joins the Gay Latino community and fans all over the world in honoring the ten-year anniversary of Selena’s passing. She is remembered for her ambition, kindness, humbleness, inner and outer beauty and for always giving back to those who supported her. She will forever be looked up to and admired for what she achieved in such a more

Leslie Robinson

Madelyn Arnold