Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 19 - 25, 2000

Vol. 10, No. 5

Savage Love

Nader-Baiting

I, Anonymous

Film

Love Potion Number Five

Gay Film Fest Is Not So Gay This Year

Crouch and Deliver

"Bamboozled" Derails the Hardline Black Aesthetic

Dashed Hopes

"Orfeu" Can't Escape the Shadow of its Classic Predecessor

Short & Sweet

A New Take on Noir Keeps It Simple

This Week on TV

Kick Him in the Teeth!

Cute Li'l Haley Joel Osment Goes Ugly

Video Review Revue

We Were Wrong!!!

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

Earshot Makes Good

Jazz Is Not Dead, It's Just Hiding

Up & Coming

Live Music Listings

Second Skin

The Gits Rewrite History by Knowing How to Live with It

CD Review Revue

All Ages Action

More Up & Coming

Club Directory

DJ Listings

Karaoke

More Music Listings

Theater

Love It!

Let Kevin Kling Be Your Ethical Dreamboat!

Hate It!

Mamet's Ode to Modern Love Sucks!

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Is Permanence Best?

A New Model of Art Collecting

Visual Arts Listings

Diversions

In Arts News

Food & Drink

Pacific Inn Pub

A Tale of Arrest, Near-Delivery, and Really Good Grease

Where To Eat, What To Eat

News

SWALLOWING NARRATIVE

Stranger Fall Books Supplement

Freedom Rider

Metro Drives Bus Rider to Get Car

Tag Sale Tagged

SPD Cracks Down on Unruly Thrifters

Thin Blue Line

Safety Ambassadors Move in with Cops

Unfare

Making Buses Free Won't Make Them Effective

In Other News...

Police Beat

The Police Department, the Coast Guard, and the United States Army

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Dark Humpy

It's My Party

Vedder Beware!

I Bet You Didn't Know...

Rick Levin Courtside

payton's place

Book Supplement

THE THRILL OF GRIEF

How Memoirs Embrace Us with Calculated Difficulty

NO END TO TRYING

Gilbert Sorrentino's Novel Novels

MEET THE NARRATEMES

The Death of Narrative Gives Life to a New Form

LIGHTNING ON PAPER

Poetry Is the Drug of Choice

THE JIMINY CRICKET INSIDE ME

Chu T'ien-wen's "Notes of a Desolate Man"

FALL BOOKS

Reviews

IN PRAISE OF BLURRINESS

David Shields Is His Own First Person

NUTRITIOUS LITERATURE

Not Just for Reading Anymore