Print Edition for the week of
May. 2 - 8, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 33

Film

The Great American Comic

Why Spider-Man Will Not Be Amazing

Total Farce

Woody Allen Returns to Form

Schlockmeister

So Much Talent, So Few Laughs

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

Open Letter to a Cokehead

You're No Mick Jagger, Buddy

Punks Go New Wave

Get in Line for Numbers

Live Music Listings

The Exhibitionists

Sleepytime Gorilla Museum's Art-Rock Freak Show

Up & Coming

NW Top Twenty

One-Night Stand

YEEEEAH, HUUUUUAH

CD Review Revue

More Up & Coming

The BAND!

Neb! Takes the Witness Stand

DJ Listings

Club Directory

All Ages Action

Parties Listings

Underage

AT THE SHOWBOX

Speaker Freak

AT THE SOCIAL

Theater

Theater Review Revue

Hair Metal and Mongol Hordes

Theater Listings

Food & Drink

Stumbling Goat Bistro

There's No Place Like Home

Nellie's Place

Good Sense and Good Soul Return to Jefferson Street

Bio: Chow

News

Thug Life

The Thug in Rap

The Hunted

A New Sport Takes on the "Tyranny of Comfort"

Dance Missteps

Teen Dance Ordinance Stronger Than Ever, Thanks to JAMPAC's Greed and Steinbrueck's Ego

Friends of Greg

A Close Look at Mayor Nickels' Appointment Book

Tension Rising

Fenix Liquor License Highlights Ongoing Battle in Pioneer Square

Freeway Freakout

Eastlake Neighbors Concerned Over Proposed I-5 Expansion

The Real McCoys

The city paid big bucks, and now the state Liquor Control Board is paying the price. The McCoys take the money and grin—it's the end of the Oscar's II saga.

In Other News...

D.C. Eleven

Five to Four

Visual Art

In Spite of Text

Matthew Ritchie's Visual Language

Visual Arts Listings

Books

Seattle Review

Novelist Ben Marcus Reviews the Audience of His Recent Seattle Reading

Readings: Event

Novel Gone Insane

Seattle Author Reviews Marcus' American Women

Readings Listings