Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 10 - 16, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 43

Savage Love

Mr. Wrong

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

Nice Pirates

Disney Devours Itself

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Erasing Hours

Blow Up

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

Music

Marilyn and Me

How Mr. Manson Became This Metalhead's Obsession

All Ages Action

Could It Be So Wrong?

Joe Pernice's Happy Kind of Sad

Some Candy Talking

Bio: Club

Live Wire

Poster of the Week

CD Review Revue

Club Directory

Concerts

NW Top Twenty

DJ Listings

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat

Kaskade

More Up & Coming

Underage

At Studio Seven (Not at the Block Party)

Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Lou Rawls

The Hiphop Tip

The Big B-Boy Summit

Theater

On Stage

Final-Weekend Fiesta: See These Shows Now Now NOW!

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Cremaster Master

A Matthew Barney Interview

Lubricant du Jour

How to Watch The Cremaster Cycle

The Cremaster Cycle

Persistence of a Vision

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings

Books

Kook Beat

Jim Knipfel's Disoriented First Novel

Dickhead

Marianne Wiggins' Whale of a Book

Nightstand

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Vivanda

Northwest Connections

Kabab House

It's About the Bread

Varsity Inn

Hash Browns with Hope

News

Merch Guy's View

A Pretty Girls Make Graves Tour Diary

We're Not Getting Serious

The new HIV/AIDS prevention campaign from Lifelong AIDS Alliance continues to miss the mark.

Walking the Talk

Block by Block, King County Council Candidate Ferguson Works to Build a Base

Tough Contender

Darryl Smith Stands Out in Crowded Council Race

Paper Chase

ACLU Sues City for Police Union Negotiation Documents

Strike Threat

With Strike Vote, Janitors Up Pressure in Contract Negotiations

Private Sessions

Monorail Agency Closes Doors on Secret "Brainstorming" Meetings

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Celebrity I Saw U

Control Tower

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview