Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 28 - Sep. 3, 2003

Vol. 12, No. 50

Savage Love

Frothy Mix

New Column!



Thirteen Gets Teens Right


And Now Ladies & Gentlemen Doesn't Go Far Enough

On Screen

For Thurs August 28 - September 3

Erasing Hours

Blow Up

Movie Times

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

I, Anonymous


Creating the Perfect Pop Song

The New Amsterdams Work Out the Kinks

All Ages Action

Indie Imagination

Three Imaginary Girls Hype the Seattle Scene

Broken but Not Beaten

SunTzu Sound Try to Kick-Start Broken Beat in Seattle

Bio: Club

Live Wire

Some Candy Talking

Club Directory


Beatseeking Missives

Why?/Mush Live DVD

The Hiphop Tip

Maseo's the Man

More Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant


Live Music/DJ Listings


At the Brick House for the Last Time

Up & Coming

Poster of the Week


If They Can Make It There…

Checking In with This Year's Crop of NYC-Bound Theatermakers

Just Amazing

Wordless Extropia Gives Musical Comedies a Good Name


Theater Listings

Visual Art

Love & Rigorousness

Thinking about comfort and being comforted are not the same thing

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Slacker Utopia

Cory Doctorow Imagineers Our High-Tech Future


Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Waiting for Golmarvi

Steel Pig BBQ

Mmmmm, Saucy!


Bumbershoot Rx

The Stranger's Prescriptions for Medicines and Music

Flying High

Howard Dean has gone from nobody to the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. Now he's a political rock star, and he just went on a coast-to-coast tour to prove it. The Stranger tagged along for the ride.

The Unknown Interview

The bike-messenger Olympics are coming to town, and "scruffy-cute" local bike- messenger bigwig Nick Dale is gearing up for the event.

Bush's Welcome Wagon

Eastside Bushies Confront Protesters

Unpopular Pageler

Three-Term Council Incumbent Loses Democratic Party Support

Monorail Math Lesson

Monorail Supporters Confront Bad Numbers

Iffert's Effort

Broadway Developer Sy Iffert Wants to Raise Broadway Heights

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

Northwest Hiphop Rockets to the Top

Major Players Break Down the Scene

Other Breaking-Talent Hiphop Events of Note

The Meaning of Clothes

A Thread Runs from Fashion to Art

Huffing the Spoken Word

Choice Literary Inhalants

Dance Picks

Moody Movements

Theater Preview

Super Stagings

The Original Tripper

Donovan Sets the Tone for Narcotic Sonic

Look and Listen

Ben Rubin Gives Shape to Sound

The Impresario

Warren Etheredge Makes a Safe Haven for Film Fanatics

Shorty McShortersons

The 1 Reel Film Fest Puts On a Show


Blow Your Mind Wide Open

Expansive Hiphop from the New and Old Schools

Pharmaceutical Pop

The Dandy Warhols Bring It in Spades


Bobby Bare Jr.'s Advice on the Birds and the Beeyotches

All You Need to Know About the Ink Spot

But Were Too Confused to Ask--Plus, What to See and When

Hot or Snot?

The Deeper Question of Who's Hotter, Writers or Rock Stars?

Advice for Young People

From Musicians Who Know Better

Poet vs. Poet

Andrei Codrescu and Sheri-D Wilson square off in Bumbershoot's Heavyweight Poetry Bout


For Your Listening Pleasure and Pain


For Your Visual Pleasure (no pain)