Issue Archive for the Week of
Aug 21 -
Vol. 12, No. 49
Mad cow disease has killed more than a hundred people in Great Britain and may kill many more. The circumstances that created that epidemic exist right here. An infected cow was recently discovered in Canada--but not until after it entered the food supply
A red-light district in Seattle will create new jobs, improve the effectiveness of the police, and clean up Seattle's neighborhoods. Bring on the broads, Mayor Nickels.
Seattle's 15-Year Ban on New Strip Clubs Remains in Place Thanks to Faulty Assumptions, Campaign Cash, and an Uptight City Council. Oh, and It May Be Illegal.
A Guide to Heckling W. Around the Sound
Sea-Tac Arrests Highlight ACLU Lawsuit Over Airport Security Tactics
Where to find the only really good pornographic literature being produced in the Pacific Northwest
An Interview with Northern State's MC Hesta Prynn
Friends Forever Kick Out (In) the Van
All Paths Lead to the Dead Meadow
Joe Jackson Reigns, Stink-Eye and All
American Splendor Blurs the Profile
For Thurs Aug 21-Wed Aug 27
Meg Shiffler has curated some of the coolest, weirdest, and best art shows in Seattle. Now she's moving on. We will miss her; you will, too.
Sandra Bullock's Ideal Happiness Is Bad News for Author Douglas Glover
Former Bassist for Belle and Sebastian Pens a Scatological Novel