Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 7 - 13, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 47

Savage Love

Young Love

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Film

Free at Least

Buffalo Soldiers Is Finally Released

On Screen

For Thurs Aug 7-Wed Aug 13

The Realm of the Grapefruit

Claire Denis Packs the Streets of Paris

Erasing Hours

Blow Up

Movie Times

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Music

Great Big Love

Tindersticks' Broody Celebrations

All Ages Action

The New South

Drive-By Truckers Travel Rocky Roads

Bio: Club

Fucked Up & Retarded

New Mexicans Don't Suck

Club Directory

Some Candy Talking

CD Review Revue

Concerts

DJ Listings

Live Wire

Live Music Listings

THE ELECTRONIC BEAT

MOMUS & GOODBYE

The Hiphop TIP

WAR OF WITS

More Up & Coming

UNDERAGE

ON A SUGAR HIGH

Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Roden's Chamber Music

Theater

Live the Ride!

ACT Does Albee Right with the Greatest Play About Goat-Fucking You'll Ever See

Theater Listings

Visual Art

State of the Art

The Abstract Oregon Biennial

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings

Books

A Fan's Notes

Yeti's High and Low

Critically Acclaimed Critic

Lots of Masturbation in Lester Bangs Reader

Nightstand

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Osteria la Spiga

What's Been There All Along

News

Straight Outta Portland

Lifesavas Raise the Spirit of Northwest Hiphop

The Unknown Interview

When James "Babyteeth" Carbo moved to Seattle in 1974 there wasn't a punk rock scene to speak of. So he created one.

The Campaign Gossip

Liberal Seattle Times Gossip Columnist Challenges Nicastro

Godden's Last

Jean Godden's Final Column

The Lady to Beat

Gregoire's Five-City Kickoff Tour Cements Frontrunner Status in Governor's Race

Eluding the Cops

Council Cop Accountability Ordinance Circumvents Police Union

Eviction Depiction

Pioneer Square Artists Take on Landlord

Image Conscious

Licata Mindful of Monorail Backlash

In Other News...

Police Beat

Five to Four

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Celebrity I Saw U

Control Tower

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview