Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 25 - 31, 2005

Vol. 14, No. 50
“Skip the Madness” by Andy Kehoe
www.andykehoe.com

Film

This Week on Television

Movie Times

Point of No Return

Terry Gilliam’s Latest Is a Ghastly Mess

Film Shorts

DVD Review

Substance-Free

Blow Up

Hobo Cinema

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Seattle Got Humped!

Our First Annual Amateur-Porn Contest Was a Big, Hot, Sweaty, Throbbing Success

Music

Live Wire

Good News in Triplicate

Oh, the Inhumanity!

The Juan Maclean’s Robot-Rock

The Past and the Futurist

Q&A with Shellac’s Steve Albini

Concerts

Party Crasher

Data Breaker

Beatseeking Missives Son of Rose

CD Reviews

Underage

Poetry, Goodbyes, And Birthdays

Fun Fun Fun?

The Dark Side of the Beach Boys

All in the Animal Kingdom

Fruit Bats Respect Their Furry Friends

Up & Coming

Poster of the Week

Northwest Top 20

All Ages Action

Club Directory

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Hey, Ho, Don't Go

Farewell to the Stanwood Hotel

The Score

Classical, Jazz, & Avant: Phillip Arnautoff

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

Date Place Time

Parties Listings

Live Music/DJ Listings

Theater

My Reign of Terror Is Over

I’m Sure Going to Miss the Piñatas

Poor Meta Rich Girl

‘Princesses’ Is a Musical for the Dust Heap

Theatre News

Death and Taxes

Food & Drink

Class & Convenience

One of the Nation's Best Chefs—So Says 'Food and Wine'—Serves Up Tremendous Chow at the W Hotel

Bar Exam

Summer Supper

Eatin' Out

News

Club Crackdown

City Task Force Targets Downtown Nightclubs

Sound Bite

Redesign

Counter Intel

Gregoire Inquiry

Police Beat

Learning from Tacoma

Monorail Meshugaas

Jews Divided Over Fate of Monorail

In The Hall

Desperate Measures

Visual Art

Moments in Time

The Life-Sensitive Art of William Cumming

Visual Arts Listings

Books

Bravado and Butterfingers

What Americans Have that Canadians Don’t

Nightstand

Mrs. Bezos

Readings Listings

Features

Dis-Enchanted Forest

The Amusement Park at Seattle Center is the Emptiest Place on Earth.

Road Trip - Yakima

Charles Mudede Travels to Yakima, Where He Sips Wine, and Is Refused Access to a Vault.