Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 21 - 27, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 23

Savage Love


New Column!


Role of a Lifetime

John Barrymore Goes Screwball

That ' 70s Play

Scottish Play Meets the Me Decade


Poverty, Jamaican-Style

This Week on TV

Movie Times

Film Shorts



Seattle's Music "Family" Turns a Deaf Ear

Existential Bitch Slaps

The Dismemberment Plan Follows Through

Bio: Music

NW Top Twenty

Live Music Listings

Club Directory

Up & Coming

DJ Listings

More Up & Coming

All Ages Action


at EMP


Visual Art


Books: Review

Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Old Prejudices Fall to Perfectly Cooked Lamb


Harm's Way

John Roderick headed up Western State Hurricanes, a local band that almost got famous. Then the Hurricanes imploded. Roderick fled Seattle and walked across Europe. Here's how a 33-year-old born-again nobody came back to make the best '90s album of 2000.

Class Act

Vice Detectives Pose as Both Hooker and John to Sting Cheap Motels

Hot Sauce

Meet the Fiery New Police Guild President

Hunger Pains

North End Sees First New Seattle Food Bank in 20 Years

In Other News...

Five to Four

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

What Would Jared Do?

It's My Party

People Pleasers

Celebrity I Saw U

More Fucking Gossip


Control Tower

Playing With Pain