Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 18 - 24, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 31


9/11 as Muse

Local Rappers Respond with Posturing, Poetry

All Ages Action

Let's Not Belong

In Isolation, Paul Westerberg Finds Himself

Bio: Music

One-Night Stand

Loud, Messy, Excellent

NW Top Twenty

Club Directory

CD Review Revue

DJ Listings

Live Music Listings

More Up & Coming

Up & Coming


At City Hall

Speaker Freak

Meets Mark E. Quark

Parties Listings


Theater Review Revue

Madness, Shakespearean and Short

Theater Listings

Food & Drink

A Star Is Gone

What's Next in Pacific Place Dining?


Unlimited Lobster and a Sushi Machine

Bio: Chow


The Abuse Excuse

In 1996, Wanda Moats took her daughter and fled what she claims was an abusive relationship. Years later, authorities caught up with her. The question is, was she really a victim?

Guitar Wars

American Music Struggles Against Retail Giant Guitar Center

Freshman Flush?

Republicans Line Up for National Money and Rick Larsen's Seat

Teenage Shutdown

Peter Steinbrueck Tries to Silence Teens

Pageler Unethical

City Doesn't Agree

Silence = Mess

Gay Rights Protest at Emerald Ridge High School Brings Counterprotest

Peace Talks

Emergency Meeting Calms Cops and Campus

Mean Streets

Beloved Street Activist Murdered in Wallingford

Five to Four

In Other News...

Police Beat

Organizing Crime

Visual Art


The Flow of Desire

Seductive, Evasive Heather McHugh

Lust and Marriage

Peter Bagge Goes Domestic, with a Twist

Readings Listings