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Coming Up: Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival!

What's on tap for the 19th annual Fest, from the brightest stars to the best parties.
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Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! It’s Beatles Week in Seattle

Celebrating our city's own British invasion, fifty years later.
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Kay D. Ray Uncovers Musical History

'Lady Be Good: Instrumental Women in Jazz' was a 20-year labor of love for the filmmaker.
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‘Jimi: All Is By My Side’ Opens SIFF 2014

Get ready for this biopic of music legend and Seattle native Jimi Hendrix.
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A Drama of Desperation

'Bethany' at ACT Theatre zooms in on the foreclusure crisis.
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Dina Martina Opens Her Archives

The songstress's new show features her greatest, weirdest videos, including some never before seen on YouTube!
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Who’s the King? You Are!

It's a great knight out at the 5th Avenue's "Spamalot." The show is something of a love letter to Monty Python fans.
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Life Among the 99 Percent: ‘Oliver’ at the 5th Avenue Theatre

The popular musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' beloved novel hits the 5th Avenue Theatre, and is still disturbingly relevant.
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Margaret Cho: ‘Mother’ Knows Best

Seattle favorite Margaret Cho returns to the city this week with her latest show, 'Mother.' On one of her rare days off, she chatted with City Arts about motherhood, her hopes of being a co-host on 'The View,' being admired by a mass killer, and more.
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The 2013 Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

From Divine to ‘Grey Gardens,’ the films and live performances to look out for at the 18th annual Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.
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The Julie Ruin at Neumos

Kathleen Hanna, who helped kickstart the '90s riot grrrl movement in the band Bikini Kill, rocked the Seattle stage again last night with her current band The Julie Ruin.
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Courtney Love Returns to the Moore

Courtney Love returned to Seattle and played the Moore Theatre on July 23.