Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 11 - 17, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 43

Savage Love

Dan Loves Paul


Ryan Gosling is Stunning as—Wait For It— a Jewish Nazi in The Believer, a Powerful Thought Experiment of a Film

The Lie of Truth

An Interview with Henry Bean


Perdition Rules!


Spirals Obsess Kurozu-cho!

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

Movie Times

New Column!


DIY Murder

The Kills Keep Rock Bloody, Raw

All Ages Action

Candy Land

PuffyAmiYumi's Pop Confections

The Roots Reunion

The Disappearing Act Comes Back

Club Directory


That Inescapable Seattle "Sound"


CD Review Revue

DJ Listings

NW Top Twenty

Live Music Listings

More Up & Coming

Parties Listings

Up & Coming


The Score

Speaker Freak

Visual Art

In and Out of Context

The Secret Life of Tschotkes

In Arts News

On Not Buying Anything

Visual Arts Listings


Punk Life

In the World with Al Burian

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Green Cat Cafe

In with the Old

S.U.B.S. Sandwiches

A Pavlovian Problem

Bio: Chow


Where Are They NoW

In the late '90s, Seattle voters were fed up with a city council that was too cozy with downtown retailers and developers. A slew of reform-minded candidates were elected to the city council as a result. Years later, what the hell happened to Seattle's pr

Art Is the Destination

Sand Point offers Seattle artists space, venues, views and studios. But is that enough?

Capitol Hill Block Party

Program Guide

Industrial-Strength Politics

Georgetown's Industrial Coffee Hosts Political Campaign Kickoff

'Times' Warp

Undercover Activists Spoof the Seattle Times with Satirical Seattle Crimes

The Bicycle Thief

Bike Enthusiast Combs Town for Her Beloved Beach Cruiser

Negative Sign

Cops Remove Activists' Political Yard Signs

D.C. Eleven

Five to Four

Police Beat

In Other News...

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Not Dissing Chris

It's My Party

Bummers and Booty Calls

Celebrity I Saw U


Street Eats

The Bands

In Alphabetical Order

The Schedule