Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 15 - 21, 2005

Vol. 15, No. 1
“Cell phones #2, Atlanta 2005” by Chris Jordan, showing at Photographic Center Northwest through October 1

Savage Love

Nut Cases


Blow Up

Film Shorts

Moldy Dystopia

Andrew Niccol's Rogue Creation

Movie Times

On Screen

This Week on Television


Time Warp

Oh, the Horror

The Making of 'Cthulhu'


Data Breaker


Well Well Well

RIP R. L. Burnside

'Anniemal' Instinct

Norway's Pop Royalty

Poster of the Week

Party Crasher

Kicked by Bucket

All Ages Action

Uncontrollable Urges

Cripples and Pulses Tighten Up

Pop Pageantry

Wolf Parade Are Ready to Pounce

CD Reviews

Up & Coming

The Score

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

Bloody Bin

The Hospitals' Radical Ear Surgery

Hell Comes in Spurts

Punk Icon's Newest Works

Explosions of the Mind

Mono Lay It on Thick


Vera's New Director

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Suede Makeover

The Purrs Recline into Britpop

Parties Listings

Live Music & DJ Listings


Theater News


Theater Listings

On Stage

Wet Actors, a Widow, and Weather Balloons

Visual Art

Visual Art Listings

Artistic Directions

Questions for Corey Pearlstein, the New Head of Consolidated Works

Redacting Capital

The Post-Global Art of Stephanie Syjuco


Better Than Robbing a Bank

Man Oh Man, We Didn't Expect This

Readings Listings


For Drunks, By Drunks

820 Pages on John Irving’s Penis

And Other Horrors

Food & Drink

Bar Exam

Flatlining in Ballard

Eatin' Out

Time Warp

Despite a Revamp, Mitchelli's Remains Stuck in the '70s


Mourning in America

Lynn Bradach lost her son in Iraq—a son she believes died for a lie. Now, she’s headed to Washington, D.C., to join Cindy Sheehan and others for what is being billed as a huge, war-stopping march on September 24.

Comfort of Strangers

Cuddle Parties Have Arrived in Seattle. No Dry Humping, but Kissing and Stroking Are Allowed with Permission


Poetic Patchwork

CocoRosie Spin Golden Yarns

Leaked Document!

Michael Brown, the outgoing head of FEMA, forgot to remove the first draft of his resignation letter from his office's laser printer. A disgruntled federal employee discovered Michael Brown's resignation letter and faxed it to me.

Breaking News!

The Stranger Election Control Board Live-Slogs Tonight's Primary

The Stranger's Election Control Board

The Stranger Election Control Board cracked down on the candidates this year—busting them for weak answers, fake records of accomplishment, and lame positions on everything from strip clubs to the viaduct.

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

I ♥ Television

No "Butts" About It!

Celebrity I Saw U

Katrina and the Waves

Control Tower

Drunk of the Week

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