Print Edition for the week of
May. 3 - 9, 2001

Vol. 10, No. 33

Savage Love

Straight Boys

New Column!

Film

Screw the Purists

Nabokov Adaptation a Luzhin Proposition

Heartbreaking Documentary George Humanizes the Complexity of Autism

The Body Politic(s)

Skinny-Dipping in the Open Well of Modern Africa

This Week on TV

Shriven

Formula One Flick Gets it up, but Not Off

Movie Times

Film Shorts

Music

Heart to Hart

An Old Flame Burns Brightly

Bio: DJ

Spring Fever

Highs, Lows, and a First Slap from the Standard

True Pop

Of Montreal is a Brilliant Throwback

CD Review Revue

Up & Coming

Live Music Listings

All Ages Action

More Up & Coming

Club Directory

DJ Listings

Karaoke

More Music Listings

Theater

New Seattle Dance

Amii LeGendre Stands at the Center of a Movement

Bio: Theater

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Offend Me, Please

Kara Walker's Harsh Emotional Truths

Visual Arts Listings

In Arts News

Diversions

Books

Space Race

Black Science Fiction Writers Explore Future Worlds

Bio: Readings

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Sanmi Sushi

Not Just Fresh, But Good

News

Road Bloc

Seattle's Black Bloc Fights its Way into Canada

Student Writes

Former SCCC News Editor Battles Faculty Advisor over Nixed Story

What Have You Done for Me Lately?

Greg Nickels' Underwhelming Record

Microsoft Sell

Microsoft Gets a Free Ride and Free Advertising in The Seattle Times

Let's Talk About It

Chief Cop Gil Kerlikowske Agrees with Watchdog Call for Mediation

Wrong Profile

Racial Profiling Task Force's Youth Representative Turns Out to be 30-Year-Old White Woman

In Other News...

Police Beat

Real Coffee Crimes

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

A Fuming Letter of Impotent Rage

It's My Party

I Found It!

Celebrity I Saw U

Northwest News Sluts