Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 19 - 25, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 49

Savage Love

Bread Basket Case

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Film

On Screen

Blow Up

Curiously Local

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

The Big Payback

Seattle's Old-School Funk & Soul Scene Finally Gets Its Due

Animal Magnetism

Black Dice Psych You Out

A Deeper Well

Rogue Wave Draws On

Back in Black

The Cure Return to Haunt Music Present

All Ages Action

Club Directory

Concerts

Beatseeking Missives

MURCOF

Up & Coming

Parties Listings

Live Music/DJ Listings

Live Wire

Spinning the Slang

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Underage

Pris & Marlo

CLASSICAL, JAZZ, & AVANT

UNTITLED

Theater

The Exceptional Defines Us

Playwright Craig Lucas and His Many Problems

On Stage

Mundane Junkies and Exotic Corpses

Theater News

Rumors and Innuendos

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Books

Soviet Envy

Yuri Olesha Is Back, and Only Slightly Less Funny

Nightstand

A Little More Murder

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Lola

Go Greek; Get the Goat

21 Union Cafe

My New Love Affair

Eatin' Out

News

The Salesman

If you think an extremely conservative Republican can't become governor of Washington state, you haven't met Dino Rossi yet.

ROAD TRIP: Mazama

In this week's installment of The Stranger's summer road trip series, DAVID SCHMADER travels to Mazama, Washington, where he finds astonishing nature, free-range firemen, and a new respect for Pamela Anderson.

Monorail Routs Opponents

Judge Calls Bullshit on Anti-Monorail Campaign, Bans "Monorail Recall" From Ballot

Sommers' Reign

Veteran State House Rep Forced to Defend Record

Kerry's to Lose

It's the Polling Numbers, Stupid

The Stranger Department of Homeland Security

BUSH REELECTION ALERT

Counter Intel

Civil Unions Suck

In The Hall

Well-Heeled

In Other News...

Police Beat

The War on Women

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Go for the Gold!

Celebrity I Saw U

Drunk of the Week

Jock Itch