Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 30 - Nov. 5, 2003

Vol. 13, No. 7

Savage Love

Gay Hating Gay

New Column!


An Unfortunate Cut

Meg Ryan Bares All in the Name of Bad Art

No Courtship

The Human Stain Is Lyrical, Anthony Hopkins Ain't Black

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Beyond Good and Evil

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous



The Sadness in Elliott Smith

It's Just Not the Same, Okay?

In Defense of Tracy + the Plastics

Obsessive Obesity

Akimbo Break the Heavy Scale

I'll Be Your Mirror

Iceland's Singapore Sling Pays Respect

CD Review Revue

Some Candy Talking

Return to Sender

Live Wire

New York Minutes


Vomiting Out My Heart For You

All Ages Action

Beatseeking Missives


Parties Listings

The Truth

The Hiphop Tip

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Earshot Jazz Fest (Part II)


Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory

Bio: Club


On Stage

Fluffy Dance, a Triumphant Vampire, Shaw's Slick Second Act, and Albee's Expired Allegory

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Pretty Things

Beauty and Desire and (Sort of) Uncomplicated Pleasure

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Being Devastated

The Funny and Disdainful (and, It Should Be Said, Undeserving) Winner of This Year's Booker Prize

Death Becomes Us

Or, What Becomes of Us When We Die


Bio: Books

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Big John's PFI

A Holiday Party Without Chips and Dip


Wednesday-Night Salty Treat

Eatin' Out


Death Farm

The Geography of Pig Farmer Robert Pickton, the Man Suspected of Having Killed Over 60 Vancouver, BC, Sex Workers

Anecdotes From The Crypt

True stories of brushes with serial killers and mass murderers.

Halloween Listings

The Big Picture

Electing Council Members by Districts Will Make the City Council Responsive and Relevant

Bush Bashers

U.S. Rep. Adam Smith Says Anger Alone Won't Win in 2004

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Negative Seattle

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

The Opposite of Jealousy

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Why Limeys Aren't Funny

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor