Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 13 - 19, 2005

Vol. 15, No. 5
Corianton Hale,

Savage Love


I, Anonymous


On Screen

This Week's New Releases

This Week on Television

Movie Times

Film Shorts


Cut to the Chase

Annie Wagner Talks to Ayad Akhtar and Tom Glynn

New Column!


All Ages Action

Date, Place, Time

Data Breaker

Beatseeking Missives

The Score


Poster of the Week


Against Me!

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

CD Reviews

Classical, Jazz & Avant Concerts

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Club Directory

Northwest Top 20

Last Man Standing

Legendary Jazz Pianist McCoy Tyner

Up & Coming

Pop on the Rocks

The Dead Science Subvert the Formula

Live Wire

Creature Comforts

Dos Dios

Hawthorne Band Stumbles the Second Time Around

The New Romantics

The Tough & Lovely's Wooing Powers

Rough Stuff

Time Machine Skip Sheen

Lightning Jolt

XBXRX's Stealth Strikes

No Bossing Around

The Constantines' Spartan Flair

Jailbreak Rock

31Knots Rattle the Stage

Live Music & DJ Listings


On Stage

Salamanders, Soulless Materialism, and Other Simple Joys

Theater News

From Vagina Beer to Socrates

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Visual Art Listings

Put a Lid on It

Cal Anderson Park, a Man-Made Nature Walk


Blue Collars and Martian Gods

Myth-Breaking on the Seventh Continent

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Tough Love

The Hurried Brilliance of a Bakeman's Lunch

Bar Exam

Above the Din

Eatin' Out


Police Beat

The Product of a Difficult Interview

Fatally Flawed

King County Knowingly Counted Hundreds of Ineligible Votes in 2004 Election


Mayor Sidran

In the Hall

Foregone Conclusions


City Internet Project Crashes

Scheme Nickels

Nickels Guilty of Ethics Violation

Table of Contents

Drunk of the Week

Toi Sennhauser


Control Tower

Control Tower & Kink Calendar

The A-Word

Celebrity I Saw U

One-Fifth Jewish

I Love Television

I ♥ Television

Nerds Love Sci-Fi

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Genius Awards

The Stranger's Third Annual Genius Awards

Visual Art: Ones to Watch

Literature: Rebecca Brown

An Underappreciated Writer of Masterpieces

Theater: Ones to Watch

Film: Michael Seiwerath

A Level-Headed Visionary with a Volunteer Army

Literature: Ones to Watch

Organization: Frye Art Museum

A Formerly Conservative Museum Reconsiders the R-Word

Film: Ones to Watch

Visual Art: Sutton Beres Culler

Three Artists in Pursuit of Unsuspecting Audiences

Organization: Ones to Watch

Theater: Gabriel Baron

His Instinct for Physical Comedyis Unerring