Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 30 - Oct. 6, 2004

Vol. 14, No. 3

Savage Love

Vocabulary Lesson

New Column!

Film

Pre-Revolutionary

'The Motorcycle Diaries' Is Pure Wanderlust

Wonderfulrishikle!

Mr. Show's Best Season at Last

Fishy Morals

'Shark Tale' Preaches the Blues

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

About Us

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous

Music

Behind the Bars

Kicking It with Visqueen

Global Japan

DJ Krush Spans the Pulse of the Planet

Higher Ground

Ghost And Six Organs' Odd Folk Trips

Sad Songs

Earlimart and Elliott Smith Intertwined

Free Radicals

Mouse on Mars' Otherworldly Pop

BEATSEEKING MISSIVES

JUNIOR BOYS

Parties Listings

Live Wire

This Is the End

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Underage

Catheters Countdown

All Ages Action

CLASSICAL, JAZZ, & AVANT

SEVEN STEPS OF MILES DAVIS

Concerts

Up & Coming

Party Crasher

Never Too Old to Beer Bong

CD Review Revue

Poster of the Week

Theater

On Stage

Headzapoppin'!

Theater News

Seattle Dramatists Q & A

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Animals and Anatomy

Platform's Wildlife

Visual Arts Listings

Books

Tears of a Clown

T. C. Boyle's Tragicomic Terrain

'Family' Value

Kelley's Bush Bio Is Better Than Therapy

Nightstand

Postcard from New York

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Grace's Kitchen

Really Good Airplane Food

The Market Grill

Hell Can Be Fun

Eatin' Out

News

No Sale

Rossi's Rags-to-Riches Story Includes a Convicted Felon

Bike Patrol

Guerrilla Pranksters Slap Leschi Bike Elite

Debate Prep

What Kerry Needs to Do to Win His Debate

In The Hall

Firing Line

Counter Intel

The Conniving Choice

In Other News...

Police Beat

Society of Backpacks

Jock Itch

Drunk of the Week

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Bring Out the Nut Bags!

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

The Last Monorail Campaign

Seattle's last chance to build a rapid transit system may go down thanks to one rich developer, a handful of angry Hummer drivers, and timid politicians.

Follow the Money

Controversial real Estate Developer Martin Selig is funding the anti-monorail campaign -- but what's in it for him?

Death, the Seattle Way

Seattle Is the Only Home I've Ever Known. If It Doesn't Build the Monorail, It Can Go to Hell.

Just Build It

So You Want to Run a Monorail Campaign

Weapons of Mass Obstruction

Anti-Monorail Campaign Relies on Red Herrings to Undermine Monorail