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

Vol. 12, No. 44

Savage Love

Elusive Release

New Column!

I, Anonymous


Return to Pseudo-Glory

Bad Boys II Is Pure Michael Bay, for Better or Worse


Basic Questions, Iffy Answers in Shelby Lee Adams' Appalachia


Garage Days is Nothing but Annoying Feedback

Erasing Hours

Blow Up

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV


Street Sounds

A.R.E. Weapons Bring NYC's Grit Back

All Ages Action

Heck or High Water

The Greatest Music Festival of All Time, Forever

The Shit's Hell of Rad

B.R.M.C.: S.F.'s Hometown Heroes

Bio: Club

Spacious Songs

Earlimart Stretch Into Pop

Poster of the Week

Club Directory

Beyond the Breaking Point

Ruins Keep Prog Punk Edgy

Live Wire


DJ Listings

Parties Listings

Live Music Listings

The Electronic Beat


The Hiphop Tip

The Bionic Bles One

More Up & Coming


And Indecisive

Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Festival Frenzy, Part One


On Stage

Four Good Reasons to Stay Home and Watch TV

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Hot in July

It's an Orange-Dot World

Visual Arts Listings


Proud Institute

Augusten Burroughs' Memoir Dry Enters Rehab

Me So Horny

A Writer Writes About a Writer Who Writes About War

Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Postmodern Vietnam

The Bait House Cafe

Lunch in Land's End


Trolley Folly

Mayor Greg Nickels has been hyping Portland's streetcar as Exhibit A in his case for a South Lake Union line. Amy Jenniges visited Portland to see if Nickels is making sense.


On Friendster, It's Not Who You Know, It's How Many

Home Wreckers

City Moves to Demolish Dilapidated House That Residents Call Home

Closed for Business

Private Biz Group Interviews Council Candidates

Attack of the Nicastro Campaign Volunteer

Nicastro Fan Apologizes After Weird Confrontation

Dean Machine

Upstart Presidential Candidate Howard Dean is No Outsider in Washington State

In Other News...

Five to Four

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