Issue Archive for the Week of
Oct 23 -
Vol. 13, No. 6
Capitol Hill is nearing rock bottom, plagued by public drug use and drug dealing, a problematic park, a dearth of social services, a short-staffed police precinct, and a mayor who apparently couldn't care less.
Photographer Charles Peterson Froze Sweat and Time in Seattle's Rock History
(and Mudhoney's Steve Turner was there)
Community leaders, gay and straight, are calling on gay men to act responsibly. Meanwhile, Gay City's leader refuses to sign a community health manifesto--and continues to defend the indefensible "Murder."
Hey Junkies! Looking to Kick? Ellen Forney Shows You How!
Vote on Tuesday November 4!
British Sea Power's Bright Visions
Seattle's Smallest Electronica Mag Folds
Beans, Four Tet, Prefuse 73
Earshot Jazz Fest (Part I)
Angelina Jolie Tries to Save World, Falls in Love
Robot-Controlling Monkey Brains
Jason Puccinelli's Shallow World
Jonathan Raban's Poetic, Portent-Heavy History
Outcast's Warm, Pissy Bliss, the World's Most Depressing Fern, and ACT's Dazzling Dinner Party
Where the Ocean Blue Meets the Fryer Deep