Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 22 - 28, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 49

Savage Love

Furry Fury

New Column!


CD Review Revue

Saint Flash

The Grandmaster of Hiphop

All Ages Action

Illusions of Complexity

Erase Errata's Artistic Streak

"Inauthentic" and "Irrelevant"

Q & A with L.A. Punk Impresario Brendan Mullen

Bio: Club

NW Top Twenty

Bio: Music

Club Directory


DJ Listings


More Up & Coming

Classical & Jazz

Eric Alexander



Up & Coming


At the Vera Project

Live Music Listings


Emotionally Gory

ReAct Gets Admirably Close to Closer

Smack & Crab Cakes

Old Lady Day Shines at Crepe de Paris

Theater Listings

Visual Art


Artists Poke at What Artists Do

Visual Arts Listings


The Civic Book of the Dead

In Honor of J. G. Ballard

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Bio: Chow


Pork Schnitzel and Designer Bread

Hattie's Hat

Home Away from Home


Topography of Terror

Seattle's Freeway Park is a garden of earthly delights—for the city's crazed murderers and inhuman rapists! A sprawling maze of dark corners, towering

Topography of Terror II

Downtown Seattle's Rainier Plaza offers a sense of isolation rarely found in the center of the city--and it's fucking creepy.

Sex and Seattle

Times, P-I Ban Art Film Ads

Divided Choice

NARAL Splinters Over a Political Endorsement

Get Out of Georgetown

Neighbors Determined to Oust Auto Shop

The Truth About 9/11

New Age Conspiracy Theory Finds Seattle Audience

D.C. Eleven

Bush Comes to Port of Seattle

Five to Four

Jan Drago... Rocks!?!

Police Beat

The Job Market

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Bet American

It's My Party

Celebrity I Saw U

Peach Partners


Control Tower

FTM 101

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview