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

Vol. 12, No. 8

Savage Love

New Column!

I, Anonymous


Keeping It Real

Eminem Becomes a Movie Star

De Palma His Hand—The Maestro Gets Back to Work in Femme Fatale

This Week on TV

My Hero, Toshiro

An Ode to Mifune (and Kurosawa)

Movie Review Revue

This Week's New Releases

Movie Times

Film Shorts


The Time Is Ripe....

For the Blood Brothers' Noisy Genius

All Ages Action

Weirdo War

Ian Svenonius Creams the Scene

Bio: Club

It's My Party

The Final Word on the Cobain Journals

Cincinnati's Finest

The Greenhornes Hit the Rocklight

Poster of the Week

Pound Me Senseless

Lovers of Sonic Brutality Rejoice!

On a Roll

Black Dice Come for Your Hearing

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

Mark Farina

Club Directory

DJ Listings


At the Northgate Music Theatre

Classical & Jazz

Patricia Barber

Up & Coming


More Up & Coming


On Stage

Three Shows We Love!

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Artist in a Bunny Suit

The Strange Undertow of James Martin

Bad Behavior

Visual Arts Listings



What the Fracas over Leonard Nimoy's New Book Is Really About

Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Now I Sort of Understand

Seattle Cooks!

You Know You Want It

Bio: Chow


Well Endowed

An excerpt from Stranger editor Dan Savage’s new book, Skipping Towards Gomorrah.

Monorail Pulls Ahead

Late Tuesday night, the monorail appeared to be headed for victory. The Stranger partied with monorail supporters and foes alike.

Radio Risks

Losing Mariners Spells Trouble for KIRO

Police Pretend

"Neighborhood Policing" Not So Community Oriented

Whittling the Constitution

Ujaama Hearings Setting Scary Precedent

In Other News

Police Beat

Forbidden Planet

Five to Four

The Haunted Budget

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

By the Power of Grayskull!

Celebrity I Saw U


Control Tower

S/M and D/S

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview