Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 20 - 26, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 27

Savage Love

Beatin' and Cheatin'

New Column!


Boys' Life

Gus Van Sant, Matt Damon, and Casey Affleck's Masculine Tragedy

Chomsky Beat

The Celebrity of the Left Does His Usual Dance

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV


Austin Music Showdown

SXSW Is Heaven in Texas

All Ages Action

Under the Influence

Supergrass' Rock Nostalgia

Power Chaos

Wolf Eyes' Electronic Hate

Bio: Club

The Art of Commerce

Ikara Colt Scratches Below the Surface

Poster of the Week

Motor City's Burning—Again

Electric Six Start the Fire

Club Directory


Chris Cornell = Rock God

Audioslave Resurrects Buried Treasure

One-Night Stand

DJ Listings

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

Kid Koala

The Hiphop Tip

Props to Local Producers

More Up & Coming


At The Brick House

Up & Coming

Classical & Jazz

Aaron Copland


On Stage

Killer Dickens, Trite Twain, Nifty Neel, Limp Lonergan

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Comic Life

Jon Haddock's New Work Is Warmed by His Hands

Visual Arts Listings


Manhattan Transfer

Seattle Arts & Lectures' Matthew Brogan Says So Long

The Incidental Critic

Frankenstein and the Source of Malice


Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Cafe Zum Zum

War, History, Lunch


Don't Kill Yourself

The Stranger's arts writers tell you what's good now, and what there is to look forward to.

Going It Alone

The Half-Truths and Consequences of George W. Bush's War Speech

All Out Antiwar

Seattle Activists Shift into Rolling Protests

Saint Rachel

Antiwar activists were quick to claim Rachel Corrie as their patron saint. But do they have the guts to emulate her?

Vengeance Plan

The Mayor's Office Draws Up Its Anti-Council Battle Plan

In War News

Police Beat

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

It's My Party

I Love Television

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor