Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 27 - Mar. 5, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 24

Savage Love

Hit Me

New Column!

I, Anonymous


Going Global

African Film Fest Wrestles with Modernity

Vive La France!

Rare Noir Delivers Parisian Fantasy

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV


Hero Worship

Ted Leo as the New Power-Pop Poster Boy

All Ages Action

Caustic Avengers

The Locust Spew Sonic Venom

Bio: Club

Danse Macabre

Milemarker's Synth-Punk Moves

Man-Child Charm

Sondre Lerche's Gifts of Innocence

Poster of the Week

Club Directory

Spastic Backflips!

The Red Light Sting's Sonic Freakouts


CD Review Revue

NW Top Twenty

DJ Listings

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

Adam F

More Up & Coming


At Ground Zero

Up & Coming

Classical & Jazz

Daniels and the SRJO


On Stage

Lady Pirates, Wounded Faces, Silly Stalkers, and a Big Old Mess

ACT Update

A week after ACT's would-be death date, the theater struggles on. But is it on the right track?

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Sort Me

The World, Organized

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Good Criticism

Read This in Remembrance of Me


Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Intellectual Food

Mojito Cafe

Wipe Your Nose, Eat Some Chicken


The Shooter

One of the nation’s first school shootings took place at Seattle’s Garfield High. Two students were shot after a Martin Luther King Day assembly. How come no one remembers?

Relevant Contradictions

In defense of humor, irony, satire, and a Native American perspective on the coming war on Iraq

Highway to Hell

Aurora Avenue Merchants Fight Mayor's Bus Plan

Copps on the Beat

FCC Commissioner Promotes Seattle Hearing on Media Concentration

Learning Experience

Experience Music Project Drops Public Programming Director in Big Layoffs

Free the Fremont Market!

Fremont Sunday Market Wins Court Ruling

'Weekly' Reality Check

Seattle Weekly's Publisher Snows Credulous Business Journal

In Other News...

Police Beat

Five to Four

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

It's My Party

Celebrity I Saw U

Control Tower

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview