Issue Archive for the Week of
Aug 14 -
Vol. 12, No. 48
Nine years ago a high-school dropout and daily pot smoker attended his first Hempfest. That teenager, Dominic Holden, got involved and helped turn a backwater hippie smoke-out into the largest marijuana-law reform rally in the world. So how come Holden is
R.E.M.'s Peter Buck interviews one of his musical heroes, the Zombies' Rod Argent, on the brink of the British musician's historical Seattle stop.
Two South End Cops Facing a Potential Lawsuit over Alleged Harassment
Why Was Gay City's Fred Swanson Shocked to Learn That HIV Infection Rates Were Rising?
Bush's Policies Mimic '80s Reaganomics. Anti-Bush Activists Hope to Mimic '80s Punk Rock Tactics.
Monorail Agency Faces Multimillion-Dollar Shortfall
Strip Clubs, Jean Godden, and What Judy Will Do If She Gets Reelected
Senator Spins Herself as Indie Democrat
Hypatia Lake's Fictions and Fantasies
Helio Sequence Broaden Rock's Boundaries
Joel R. L. Phelps' Blackbird Deserves Another Listen
?uestlove brings the beats
John + John + Movie = Gigantic!
Maya Deren Documentary Mostly Succeeds
New Releases for the Week of August 14-20
Mark Mothersbaugh Can't Turn His Brain Off
You Must Allow Novelist Norman Rush a Few Extra Pages
Other Takes on the Lazy Left
What's Going Down at Seattle's Most Talked-About Performance Venue
Schmeater's Amusing Gargoyle and Three Other Shows We Wished We Liked More
Taking a Seat at the Market