Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 26 - Oct. 2, 2002

Vol. 12, No. 2

Film

Artificial by Design

An Interview with 8 Women Director François Ozon

Girls, Uninterrupted

Unbuttoned Emotions and Sisterly Support in 8 Women

Movie Times

Trash

Suck Home Alasucka is More Like It

Power Lust

Secretary's Delicious Domination

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Music

Slam Your Head on the Hard Rock

25 Suaves, Bulb Records, and the Good Shit

Double Duty

Double Trouble's DIY Shows

Two Turntables and a Saxophone

Jazz Samplers Koop

Go, Homo, Go!

Because the Gays Need Another Festival

Parties Listings

A Thermals Star Is Born...

... In Six Shows or Less

Live Music Listings

The BAND!

Don't Be a Tool

Speaker Freak

MING & FS

Sleater-Kinney's Grammar of Faith

How One Song on One Beat Reveals the Powerful Vulnerability of the Fiercest Band

NW Top Twenty

DJ Listings

More Up & Coming

CD Review Revue

All Ages Action

Bio: Club

ADOBO TACO LOUNGE

Classical and Jazz

JOHN MORAN AND EVA MÜLLER

Poster of the Week

Club Directory

Underage

AT ROCKETSTAR RECORDINGS' CD RELEASE

Up & Coming

Concerts

Theater

Fringe Fest Review Revue

The Good, the Bad, and the Crappy

Theater Listings

Food & Drink

Culinary Arts

In Defense of a Cooking Degree

Bio: Chow

News

Welcome to Seattle

Pull this page out of the back to school guide, rotate it, and tack it up on the wall. You'll be glad you did.

Truth or D.A.R.E.

The father whose own son turned him in for growing pot in his garage goes on the record for the first time about his son, his arrest, his drug use, and his treatment at the hands of the media.

Fighting for Your Right to Party

Ravers Get Politicized, Take On Drug Bill

Meet Mustafa

Ujaama's Brother Foils Stereotypes

Post-Renaissance

Columbia City Shrugs Off Gentrification

Uzbekistan Beckons Seattle

Trade Delegation Visits Chamber of Commerce

In Other News...

Five to Four

Budget Conditions

Visual Art

A Tale of Two Cities

An Unanswerable Question

Visual Arts Listings

In Arts News

Books