Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 3 - 9, 2002

Vol. 12, No. 3

News

Drink the Kool-Aid

On November 5, voters in Seattle will decide the fate of the ETC's Ballard-downtown-West Seattle Green Line, the first phase of a proposed city-wide monorail system.

Fact Check

Debunking the Seattle Weekly's Monorail Hit Piece

The Chicago El

It's big, it's loud, it's dirty, and it's dark--so how come everyone in Chicago loves it?

The Imam of Union Street

An Interview with Mustafa Ujaama

Hands on the Bad One

Showbox Nabs Suspected Molester at Sleater-Kinney Show

Hip Hope

Cops Annoy New South End All-Ages Hangout, Owners Say

Silence Is Not Golden

Police Beat

The Impossible City

In Other News...

Film

Grand Old Men and Deep-Fried Twinkies

SUFF at Four Years Old

Getting Together

When Independent Media Converge

Movie Review Revue

This Week's New Releases

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Theater

Bull's Eye

Printer's Devil Scores a Hit with 21 Shots

Theater Review Revue

Sharp Hooligans, an Ebullient Musical, and Cruddy Meers

Theater Listings

Books

Naked With Both Doors Open

The Hugo House's Annual Inquiry Wants You to See Everything!

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Meridian Restaurant and Bar

Good Food in a Parallel Universe

Twilight Exit

Twilight Food

Bio: Chow

Music

Racing Past Monotony

Dillinger Escape Plan Shred and Shit on Stage

Detroit Booty Call

Rump-Shaking Rhythms from the Motor City

All Ages Action

Sweet, Cold, & Thick

As in, It's Me Who's Thick

Biograph

An Open Letter About the Age of Dylan

ONE-NIGHT STAND

Return to Glory

Parties Listings

CD Review Revue

Live Music Listings

NW Top Twenty

THE ELECTRONIC BEAT

POLYGRAPHIC

Club Directory

DJ Listings

More Up & Coming

UNDERAGE

AT THE LOCAL SHOW

Up & Coming

Bio: Club

Classical & Jazz

Daniel Menche/Inboil

Concerts

Visual Art

Gorgeous Information

Playboy, the Golem, and Other Fresh Abstractions

Visual Arts Listings

In Arts News

Pie for Everyone