Issue Archive for the Week of
Oct 7 -
Vol. 9, No. 3
Quasi's Emotional Food Chain
I Was Tweaking When I Wrote This...
With rents on Capitol Hill going through the roof, it's time to start a new gay neighborhood. But where should it be? The Stranger investigates.
In the shadowy warehouses of Georgetown lie the objects of Mr Mark's obsession
New Noise Ordinance Set to Ignite More Neighborhood Battles
Should King County Be in the Business of Scaring Voters?
Anatomy of a Coffee Crime
Tricky Sucks Without Martina
Japanese Punks Guitar Wolf Would Be Bad If They Weren't So Good
Emo-Core Bands Get Touchy
Through the Years with Tori Amos
Terence Stamp Walks Tall as the Limey
'90s Filmmaking with a '60s Sensibility
More Underground Than Independent
Casual Kisses and a Likable Cast
Seattle's New Arts Center Dreams Big
What Happened to the Self-Portrait?
Charles Johnson Expands the Black Repertoire
Intiman's Ode to the Good Old Days
Thugs Needs a Good whacking
Poetically Perfect Fare from The Good Earth