Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 17 - 23, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 31

Savage Love

Dumb Kids

New Column!


Killing Babies

An Interview with Christopher Guest and Company

That's All Folks

Obscure Satire Is Blowing in the Wind

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

I, Anonymous


The Glee Club

The Polyphonic Spree Spread the Good Word on Orchestral Pop

All Ages Action

Absolutely Fabulous

Fischerspooner Celebrate Celebrity

Bio: Club

Emotional Solipsism

Cursive Call BS on Everyone

Mouth to Mouth

The Exploding Hearts Revive Pop

Club Directory


Blah, Blah, Blag

Don't Give Up the Dwarves

DJ Listings

Live Wire

CD Review Revue

NW Top Twenty

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

Triple Threat

The Hiphop Tip

Old Crush, New Releases

More Up & Coming


At The Old Fire House

Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Bach Around The Clock


On Stage

Clits, Hicks, and Lefties

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Aleph to Zervas

What's More Degraded: Technology or Memory?

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Down with Boys

Susan Powter was a 1990s self-help weight-loss guru. She now hopes to reinvent herself as a--well, it's hard to say.


Readings Listings


Vive le France!

The Stranger's Postwar Food Issue

Protest Props

Protesters who marched against the war carrying pictures of innocent Iraqis need to keep marching after the war ends--that is, if they really care about Iraqis

Witness in Gaza

Rachel Corrie Ally Critically Wounded by Israelis

Out of Toon

P-I's Horsey Wins Second Pulitzer as Times Fails to Land Big Talent

Plea for Help

Feds Drop al Qaeda Conspiracy Charge After Ujaama Agrees to Testify

Postwar Maneuver

Lefty County Council Member Tries to Lead Peace Troops


Lefties Need to Love, Love, Love the White Working Class

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

It's My Party

I Love Television

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

The Stranger's Postwar Food Issue

À la Carte

A Quick Guide to French Menu Terms

A Day in Paris

The Boulangerie, the Brasserie, and the Marche Rungis

The Opposite of Shortcut

Building a Staircase to Haute Cuisine

Against the French

But for Creme Brulee

Que Prenez-Vous?

Sci-Fi Potatoes, Recovering Vegetarians, and the Truth of the French

Les Hypocrites

Chiracs Faux Peace Position