Print Edition for the week of
May. 22 - 28, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 36

Savage Love

Sex and Drugs

New Column!

Film

A SIFF Skip-Over

Guy Maddin's Dracula Speaks to Film Lovers

Because I Know It: A Four-Year-Old Explains Pokemon

Erasing Hours: A Column About Killing Time

Blow Up

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

Music

Goodbye to an All-Ages Activist

Kate Becker Conquered the Local Underage Doldrums

All Ages Action

Dark Beauty

Silas Blak's Murky Hiphop

Bio: Club

Deafen the Old Folks!

PLP: Portland's Sexiest Nerds

Tumblin' Dice

The Riverboat Gamblers Strike Gold

Club Directory

Live Wire

Concerts

DJ Listings

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

DJ Rap

The Hiphop Tip

The Monkees Get Massive

More Up & Coming

Underage

Everywhere

Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

John Cage

Theater

Shakespeare & 'Caddyshack'

Why You Should Go See Local Modern Dance

Theater Listings

Visual Art

On Exhibit

Yoder's World, Free Speech, and the Old School

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings

Books

How to Die Well

In Heaven with Rebecca Brown

Nightstand

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Boat Street Blues

Beloved Restaurant Set for Demolition

News

Busted

The U.S. "Drug Czar" sent some anti-drug warriors to Seattle to talk to local reporters about the dangers of marijuana. The Stranger sent a pot-smoking, marijuana-legalization activist to the meeting.

Playing the Numbers

Nickels' South Lake Union Job Prophecy Doesn't Add Up

Not Fit to Print

Seattle Times Goes Easy on Paper's Publisher

Moxie Matters

Onetime Upstart Dominates Seattle's Political Consulting Scene

Broadway Brawl

Massive Rumble Breaks Out on Broadway

Back to Business

Steinbrueck Faces Formidable Challenger

Dean Scene

Candidate Draws Full House for Town Hall Speech

High School Neglect

N-Word Flap Misses the Point

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

It's My Party

I Love Television

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats