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Eatin' Outdoors

Heavy Metal Hot Dog

In the Trenches with One of Seattle's Favorite Purveyors of Street Food

Loco for Tacos

The Hunt for Al Pastor

Takin' It to the Streets

Outdoor Eating Makes a City Feel Like a City

Favorite Things

Seattle Chefs Tell Us About Street Food They Love from Around the World and Close to Home

Obstacle Course

Why Seattle Doesn't Have More Street Food

Dept. of Beefcake Appreciation

I Regret The Stranger's Position on Male Body Hair

Dept. of Naive Patriotism

Getting So Emotionally Invested in the Kerry Campaign Was, in Retrospect, Regrettable

Department of Satanic Reversals

The Only Thing The Stranger News Team Regrets About Endorsing Mark Sidran for Attorney General Is that It Didn't Help Him Win

Dept. of Orthography

Which Is Just a Fancy Word for "Spelling" and Isn't Something We're Very Good At

Dept. of Towering Blunders

The Errors that Almost Sunk the Urban Archipelago

Stranger Dept. of Corrections

We Regret These Errors:

Hurt It

A Little Cruelty Can Enliven Your Feast

End It

Last Suppers For A Holiday Suicide

Make It

Holiday Recipes

Fake It

How to Phone It In

Weapons of Mass Obstruction

Anti-Monorail Campaign Relies on Red Herrings to Undermine Monorail

Follow the Money

Controversial real Estate Developer Martin Selig is funding the anti-monorail campaign -- but what's in it for him?

Death, the Seattle Way

Seattle Is the Only Home I've Ever Known. If It Doesn't Build the Monorail, It Can Go to Hell.

Just Build It

So You Want to Run a Monorail Campaign

The Last Monorail Campaign

Seattle's last chance to build a rapid transit system may go down thanks to one rich developer, a handful of angry Hummer drivers, and timid politicians.

Cleaning Up After Sex

Tips for Dirty Boys and Girls

Clean Up After Yourself

The Stranger's 2004 Back to School ANNUAL

Being Gay Is Not (Necessarily) a Mess

Tips for Collegiate Queers

Who Cleans Up Your Mess?

A Revealing Look Inside the World of the College Custodian

Black Aquaman

Doin' the Wash, Yo!

How to Identify a Mess Before It Happens

Common Problems for College Freshmen... and What to Do About Them

Shut Them Down

A History of Public Enemy vs. the System

Short Films vs. You

The 1 Reel Film Festival

On Being Jonathan Raban

Or, Jonathan Raban vs. Humbert Humbert

Bring on the Gut-Busts

Nancy Sinatra vs. Her Past

The Cool Chanteuse Remains in Style

The Stranger vs. Bumbershoot

Constantly Framed

Juniper Shuey vs. Juniper Shuey

The Future Is Here

Clear Cut Press vs. Daylight Hours

Laugh a Minute

Tomorrow's Superstars Today!

Meet the Contestants for Pizzazz! 2004

The Pixies vs. Fan Expectations

Everyone Has Their Own Reasons for Loving the Pixies

Who, When, Where

A Day-by-Day Comprehensive Rundown of Bumbershoot Oddities, Obstacles, and Outstanding Performances

Screw the System

Indie Comics vs. Respectability

The Only Thing That Can Save You

My Event with John Hodgman vs. Everything Else at Bumbershoot

Fericito vs. Saddam Hussein

Fred Armisen Is Always Kidding

STDs, Babies, and Rape

Where to Turn When Things Go Wrong

LAY OF THE LAND: Downtown

Home To: Out-of-towners, noisy street revelers, colorful hobos

LAY OF THE LAND: Ballard

Home to: Aging hipsters with alt-country sympathies, homesick Norwegians

LAY OF THE LAND: Belltown

Home To: Sexy upper-income city folk, and the sexy hipster workforce staffing their cafes and boutiques

LAY OF THE LAND: Queen Anne

Home to: Young professionals turned off by the hype and noise of Belltown, professional artsy types drawn into the arts vortex (Intiman, Seattle Rep, opera, ballet, On the Boards, EMP)

Sexual Real Estate

Houses, Apartments, and Businesses that Provoke Fond Sex Memories and Mortifying Regrets

LAY OF THE LAND: U-District

Home To: The young and horny; the aged and predatory

LAY OF THE LAND: Capitol Hill

Home to: Gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendereds; artsy straights who don't mind being sexual minorities (or at least equals)
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