Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 22 - 28, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 45

Savage Love

Admit it Already

New Column!

Film

On Screen

This just in: Right-wing lunatics suck.

Blow Up

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

Last Words

Goodbye to Some Candy Talking

Ever Feel Cheated?

The West Memphis Three's Damien Echols Speaks from Death Row

21st Century Foxes

Scissor Sisters' Peerless Perv-Pop

The King Still Rules

Defending the Faith with Rob Halford

Mo' Wax or Mo' Wack?

James Lavelle Drops Some Psyence

Beatseeking Missives

GHOSTLY ART & ARTIFICE TOUR

CLASSICAL, JAZZ, & avant

ARTURO SANDOVAL

UNDERAGE

NOTHING YOU DON'T KNOW

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Live Wire

On the Road with Sufjan Stevens

Live Music/DJ Listings

Parties Listings

All Ages Action

Up & Coming

Club Directory

Concerts

More Up & Coming

Theater

On Stage

It's Finally Happened: Everything Sucks

Theater News

Intimate and Stoned

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Art News

Visual Arts Listings

Books

The Lottery

Or, How I Survived My West Coast Tour

The Side Man

A Good Valet Is Hard to Find

Nightstand

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Chaco Canyon Cafe

Food in the Raw

Joe Bar

The French Wrapper Done Right

Chow

News

The Contender

Next week, Seattle's Johnny Nighttrain heads to Finland to compete in the World Karaoke Championships. Is he some kind of Idiot?

Total Access

Tear it down, viaduct opponents say. And this time, the council's listening.

Radio Boobs

K-Rock Contestants Piss Off Local Rocker Girl

Nice Try, Guys

Republican Moderate Makeover Hits Stumbling Block: Abortion

Mother Teresa

Nothing More Than Feelings

The Stranger Department of Homeland Security

BUSH REELECTION ALERT

Counter Intel

We Have the Facts and...?

In Other News...

In The Hall

Monomaniacal

Police Beat

Jock Itch

Drunk of the Week

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Get the Amish Party Started!

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

2004 Capital Hill Block Party Schedule

Block Party Bands

This Is the Band

Smoosh Can Go Anywhere They Want, Yo

Too Young to Stay Quiet

The Underage Scene Keeps Seattle Music Strong

Teen Spirit Piano

Local Legend Howard Bulson Returns to Capitol Hill