Print Edition for the week of
Nov. 6 - 12, 2003

Vol. 13, No. 8

Savage Love


New Column!


Teens & Ammo

Gus Van Sant's Own Private Columbine

The Matrix Concluded

Things Are Finally Revealed, For Those Who Still Care

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Being and Nothingness

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous


Covering New Ground

Firewater Give Old Songs New Sheen

Holy Hiphop!

The Scratch Tour Gets That Itch

Weird Science

Themselves Nerd Up Hiphop

The Bad and the Good

Spiritualized Get Lost in Translation

Some Candy Talking

Time for Friends

Live Wire

California Dreamin'


Jason's Dead

All Ages Action

The Hiphop Tip

The Hiphop Tip

Beatseeking Missives

Out Hud

Parties Listings

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Francois Houle


Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory

Bio: Club


On Stage

Daisey's Dynamic Dog, Sartre's Smart Hell, sCarrie's Cluttered Camp, and ACT's Troubled Tree

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Big Drawers

Sometimes a Bookcase Is Just a Bookcase. Not Here.

In Arts News

On a List

Visual Arts Listings


Snow Falling on Bullshit

Nature, Nasal Drip, and So Forth

The War Against Chile

National Security and Its Fabrications


Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Essential Baking Company

From Paris, Las Vegas, With Love

La Botana

Viva Las Tortas!

Eatin' Out



Elections breed not just winners, but losers as well. Here are some of those losers, and why they lost.

Judy Goes Down

At Press Time: Nicastro Out, Districts Fading, Wills Losing, Pageler Implodes

Taking Back the Initiative

Tim Eyman Talks about I-776, Ron Sims, and the Juggernaut That Is Sound Transit

Busted Open

Defender Association Wants Police Arrest Stats Made Public

In Other News...

Five to Four

Ron's Going Down

Police Beat

Autumn Monogatari

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

November 6, 2003 - VOL. 13, NO. 08

Control Tower

E-mail Applications

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

What Was He Thinking?

He launched the monorail and promised to bring big ideas and a bold vision to a city council that lacks both--but he didn't even make it through the primary. Failed city council candidate Dick Falkenbury looks back in anger.

Seattle's Lamest Loser


This Year's Biggest Loser


Everybody's Favorite Loser