Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 7 - 13, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 25

Savage Love

Asking & Telling

New Column!


Culture Wars

India Wrestles with the Modern Age

Hey Mr. DJ

The True Hero of Hiphop

Swamp Story

A Messy Family Portrait

This Week on TV

Movie Times

Film Shorts


The Language of Languish

David Kilgour's Lazy, Modest Charm

Bio: Music

Fer Real

Acid Mothers Temple: Yea

Fer Shit

Acid Mothers Temple: Nay

I Walk the Line

Swearing at Motorists Leaves a Lasting Impression

Live Music Listings

House Party III

Talking to the Kings of Seattle House Parties

Up & Coming

Club Directory

One-Night Stand

Come to Daddy

NW Top Twenty

All Ages Action


at Theater Off Jackson

More Up & Coming

DJ Listings


Theater Review Revue

Donuts, Dykes, and More More More!

Theater Listings

Visual Art

African Nightmares

The Colonialism of Looking

Visual Arts Listings


Rite On, Reagan

Our Literary Two-Term President

Books: Review

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Let's Go Dim Sum!

The Brunch of My People

The Shanty Cafe

A Well-Oiled Griddle at the Foot of Fancy Queen Anne

Bio: Chow


Third Place

The Ave is the spiritual home of thousands of students, academics, aging hippies, homeless kids, street musicians, and crackpot philosophers. It's also something of a shithole—and Seattle needs to keep it that way.

Couches on Porches in the U-District

Change to Spare

How D'Ya Talk About Drugs With Your Kid?

Resign, Margaret

Margaret Pageler's Secret Job Hunt Was Unethical

November Is Sooner Than You...

It's Time for the ETC to Get Serious

Charles In Charge

Edsonya Charles, the City's New Point Person on Police Reform

New Economy

A Handy To-Do List for Newly Empowered Tenants


A Tale of Two Cities

Police Beat

The Employed

Five to Four

Web Scam

In Other News...

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television


It's My Party

Cinema Courtney

Celebrity I Saw U

Just Kidding!


Control Tower