Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 18 - 24, 2003

Vol. 13, No. 1

Savage Love

Dog Days

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

One for the Mummy

Elvis, JFK, and Bruce Campbell: Together at Last!

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Kayfabe

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

The Musical Revolution Was Computerized

Crime and File-Swapping on the Internet

Pop Delicacies

The Clientele Comfort Your Down Syndromes

Birds of a Feather

The Quails Collectively Rock

Strangers in Their Own Town

The Walkabouts Come Home

Some Candy Talking

Call Me

Live Wire

Baby Kitties, Brawny Metal

NW Top Twenty

The Truth

The Hiphop Tip: Turf! Tough

Underage

Happy Birthday Old Fire House

All Ages Action

Beatseeking Missives

Dabrye

Parties Listings

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Paul Galbraith

Concerts

Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory

Bio: Club

Theater

On Stage

The Calm Before the Fringe

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Sideways Sliding World

Dan Webb’s Insomnia Machine

In Arts News

Geniuses, and More

Visual Arts Listings

Books

Oh, Introverted World

A Boy Grows in Brooklyn

Going Postal

J. Robert Lennon's Mailman Fails to, Um, Deliver

Nightstand

Raban's Wager

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Carnegie's

Calling the Old Folks Back to Ballard

Celtic Bayou

Dreamy Little Suckers

News

No Flow

The FDA just approved a new birth control pill that will allow women to have periods only four times a year--just as nature intended.

Primary Election Wrap-Up

by The Stranger Election Bowling League

Sour Note

Record Industry Lawsuits Generate Local Backlash

Seattle Skid Marks

Boston Bike Messenger Delivers the Bad News

Too Little, Too Late

City Already Blew Its Chance to Weigh In on Sex Offender Housing

Czar Wars

The White House Lectures Seattle on Pot Initiative

In Other News...

Five to Four

Primary Sources

Police Beat

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

You've Got "Pork-a-bility"

Celebrity I Saw U

Walk a Mile

Control Tower

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Drunk of the Week