Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 24 - 30, 2000

Vol. 9, No. 49

Savage Love

Sleazy Meetings

Film

The Politics of Fertility

Richard Gere as Antidote for Upper-Class Birthrate Decline

Madadayo, Oyakata

What We Lost When We Lost Kurosawa

Out of the Cave

The Convoluted, Lousy Appeal of François Ozon

Kidnapped by Aliens

Wits Behind The Onion Make a Feature Film of the Comedy Sort

Love on the Black Market

Aimée and Jaguar Is a Must-See for History Buffs and Lesbians Alike

This Week on TV

Movie Times

Film Shorts

Music

Straight outta East L.A.

Made in Mexico Owner James Morelos Is One Tasty Dish

Up & Coming

City Without Shadows

Urban Development and the Impending Demise of the 700 Club

Live Music Listings

CD Review Revue

More Up & Coming

DJ Listings

Club Directory

All Ages Action

More Music Listings

Theater

Destination: Issaquah

Magical Fun Overcomes Jaded Critic's Urban Prejudice

Theater Review Revue

Stale Secrets, Dusty Chairs, and a Hot Shower

Theater Listings

Visual Art

All That and a Moustache

John Waters on the Changing Film Industry, Cecil B. Demented, and Punk Manicures

It's Funny

Childhood Art for More Than Children

Visual Arts Listings

Diversions

Books

The Working Life

Who Needs It?

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Korean Food

The Slow-Moving Revolution

Where To Eat, What To Eat

News

FALL ARTS: ACT YOUR AGE! PULLOUT!

Seattle's art scene: Cranky old man or blooming adolescent? The Stranger's annual guide to film, books, art, music, and theater for the upcoming season.

HELLO FROM THE DNC!

Los Angeles Ain't No Protestor's Paradise

Unions. ?Sí o No?

Labor Movement Wrestles with Problems Organizing New Immigrants

Let the Children Boogie

City Council Down with the All-Ages Dance Ordinance

Going Private

Downtown Businesses Hire Their Own Police

Kicked to the Curb

Rainier Valley Demands Sidewalks

In Other News...

Police Beat

The Crime of the Century

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Why the Caged Hump Sings

It's My Party

Apologies of a Drugged Asshole

I Bet You Didn't Know...

It's All True

Fall Arts: Act Your Age!

ACT YOUR AGE!

Seattle's Adolescent Arts

Regression Therapy

Seattle Film Has an Identity Crisis

Q&A: FILM

Reed O'Beirne

FALL ARTS PREVIEW: FILM

Q&A: FILM

Steve Creson and Jon Behrens

Our Inferiority Complex

Seattle Needs Some Theater Therapy

Q&A: THEATER

Jeff Steitzer

Q&A: THEATER

Freya Wormus

FALL ARTS PREVIEW: THEATER

Q&A: THEATER

Jerry Lloyd

The Bratty, Catty Reading Series

Smaller Institutions Come of Age

FALL ARTS PREVIEW: READINGS

No Sulking

Or I'll Send You to Your Room

FALL ARTS PREVIEW: VISUAL ART

Q&A: BOOKS

Frances McCue

Shaving at 13

Looking Back at Grunge

FALL ARTS PREVIEW: MUSIC

Q&A: MUSIC

Ursula Android

Q&A: MUSIC

Julian Priester