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American Idols Live! on sale

SECRET TICKET CODE TM = Ticketmaster, 253.627.TIXS, www.ticketmaster.com TW = TicketsWest, 800.325.SEAT, www.ticketswest.com TWEB = Ticketweb, 866.468.7623, www.ticketweb.com On sale now Marshall Crenshaw Seattle. June 10 7:30 pm. $18-$21 (Triple Door, 206.838.4333). Andre Feriante, Eric Fridrich Seattle. June 17 7:30 pm. $18-$20 (Triple Door, 206.838.4333).

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Ask Amy

A medium-rare and wonderful thing I'm 32, and deeply in love with this 24-year-old girl. I've never had trouble attracting women, but there was chemistry between us I didn't know was possible. There was a complication: She's engaged to and lives with a disabled man. She said she didn't love

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Ask Amy

A medium-rare and wonderful thing I'm 32, and deeply in love with this 24-year-old girl. I've never had trouble attracting women, but there was chemistry between us I didn't know was possible. There was a complication: She's engaged to and lives with a disabled man. She said she didn't love him

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Billy Ray Cyrus and all-mail voting

The text message came in frantic, and at first I didn’t understand it. “Dude, sit down. Billy Ray Cyrus has a womb broom,” it read. A day later when I got to work, the sender — Weekly Volcano staff writer Michael Swan — cleared things up. “Billy Ray Cyrus has a womb broom,

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Billy Ray Cyrus and all-mail voting

The text message came in frantic, and at first I didn’t understand it. “Dude, sit down. Billy Ray Cyrus has a womb broom,” it read. A day later when I got to work, the sender — Weekly Volcano staff writer Michael Swan — cleared things up. “Billy Ray Cyrus has a womb broom,

Boldly going nowhere

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Boldly going nowhere

Roger Ebert’s review of Star Trek ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. Ebert’s peeps will now allow us to run the review online. To read his review online, visit Ebert’s Web site. Star Trek Score: Two and a half out of four stars Stars: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Leonard

Boldly going nowhere

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Boldly going nowhere

Roger Ebert’s review of Star Trek ran in the print version of the Weekly Volcano. Ebert’s peeps will now allow us to run the review online. To read his review online, visit Ebert’s Web site. Star Trek Score: Two and a half out of four stars Stars: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Leonard

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Bruce Wadel

Nestled in Tacoma’s North End stands an old converted gas station that now houses prime cuts of steak, fresh-from-the-boat fish, and ready-to-bake meals made by the men at Dave’s Meats & Produce. Also housed within this family-friendly, open-air market are frozen take-home dinners from local restaurants, beautiful produce, and a

Cabaret Night

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Cabaret Night

Most of what I know about the word “Cabaret” comes from a memory: Me, in my babysitter, Mrs. Hathaway’s teal-blue, shag-carpeted living room with a wall-sized photomural of a madrona tree and built-in benches, watching TV as a song, “bye-bye, mein liebe herr” etches itself into my brain. The lady

Cabaret Night

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Cabaret Night

Most of what I know about the word “Cabaret” comes from a memory: Me, in my babysitter, Mrs. Hathaway’s teal-blue, shag-carpeted living room with a wall-sized photomural of a madrona tree and built-in benches, watching TV as a song, “bye-bye, mein liebe herr” etches itself into my brain. The lady

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Crash

If I followed my mother’s adage of not saying anything if I can’t say something nice, this would be a short column. Well actually, there were some high points in Harlequin Productions’ The American Pilot. But not many. Scott C. Brown, Elliot Weiner and Amy Hill delivered solid performances. No surprise

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Crash

If I followed my mother’s adage of not saying anything if I can’t say something nice, this would be a short column. Well actually, there were some high points in Harlequin Productions’ The American Pilot. But not many. Scott C. Brown, Elliot Weiner and Amy Hill delivered solid performances. No surprise

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Expired

Last week — as I’m sure you’ll recall from media reports — we all died of swine flu. It was pure, raging, apocalyptic madness. Babies ate babies and no one was safe. Every time another person coughed, and angel turned to bacon. It was the scariest thing ever. Sure am

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Expired

Last week — as I’m sure you’ll recall from media reports — we all died of swine flu. It was pure, raging, apocalyptic madness. Babies ate babies and no one was safe. Every time another person coughed, and angel turned to bacon. It was the scariest thing ever. Sure am

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New machine

There’s a lot of talk about hope and change these days. And let’s be honest, things are changing faster than most of us can follow. Alvin Toffler called it future shock — the inability to cope with the pace of change that’s emerged in response to technological and social evolution.

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Frasca and Gumaelius

The current show at Childhood’s End Gallery is one of the better shows they’ve had in a long time. Featured artists are Robin and John Gumaelius, ceramic and mixed media, and Marilyn Frasca, pastel on monotype. Frasca’s drawings are wonderful. They picture fantasy people (some borrowed from Renaissance and medieval art)

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Frasca and Gumaelius

The current show at Childhood’s End Gallery is one of the better shows they’ve had in a long time. Featured artists are Robin and John Gumaelius, ceramic and mixed media, and Marilyn Frasca, pastel on monotype. Frasca’s drawings are wonderful. They picture fantasy people (some borrowed from Renaissance and medieval art)

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Fridays Uncorked

BENEFIT A wine tasting to benefit the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center featuring 12 Washington wineries will be held Saturday, May 9 beginning at noon, at the Heritage & Art Center on the north side of the Puyallup Fairgrounds. The entry fee is $5. Taste tickets are $1. For

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Fridays Uncorked

BENEFIT A wine tasting to benefit the Fred Oldfield Western Heritage & Art Center featuring 12 Washington wineries will be held Saturday, May 9 beginning at noon, at the Heritage & Art Center on the north side of the Puyallup Fairgrounds. The entry fee is $5. Taste tickets are $1. For

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Get ready for hell

As my phone rang and a number with a 666 area code popped up, I wasn’t surprised when it turned out to be my conference call with Victory Records’ artist Aiden. A post-hardcore band with strong goth tones — vampires, death, and anything slightly macabre are often associated with Aiden

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