Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 17 - 23, 2005

Vol. 14, No. 27

Savage Love

Kids Today


Bringing on the Bling

Danny Boyle's Latest Is a Wonder


Saving Private Xbox

German Zydeco

'Schultze' Explores the New World

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Petty Differences

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous



Graham Coxon Comes into Focus

The Other World Music

Sublime Frequencies' Far-Flung Fantasias

Poster of the Week


Skinny Productions

All Ages Action

Beatseaking Missives

Live Music/DJ Listings

Live Wire

Bonni's New Best Friends

Club Directory

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Up & Coming




Date, Place, Time

Party Crasher

Save the Taxi!

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

New Column!


On Stage

Adultery, Manipulation, and Newlywed Squabbles

Theater News

Good News & Dog Shit

Theater Listings


The Uncynical Citizen

Paul Rogat Loeb's Book Hopes for the Best

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Getting Your Irish Out

An Evening with the Gaelic Gays

Innovations in Barbecue

Get It While It's Hot

Eatin' Out


The Fabulist Sounds of the Pacific Northwest

The Decemberists' triumphant new record, Picaresque, looks like it might propel the band to dizzying heights of acclaim. The mystery that surrounds this merry band of beloved, anti-cool Portlandites who sing clever theatrical songs about Pirates,

Debtors Revolt!

The Time to Fight Credit Card Companies, Corporate Profits, and Abusive Banks is Now.

Naked City

Entrepreneur Challenges City's Longstanding Strip-Club Moratorium

In Other News...

In The Hall

Alarming Signs

Brewing Storm

Espresso Entrepreneurs Declare War in Magnolia

In Other Neighborhoods

Police Beat

I Keep Falling

Sound Bite

Time for a New County Executive

Sunday Schooled

Shaky 'Seattle Times' Editorial Backs Blue Laws

Capitol Offense

Drunk of the Week

Control Tower

Special Treatment

Celebrity I Saw U

Merely Panties

I Love Television

Worst... Job... Ever

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Kink Calendar