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

Vol. 13, No. 14

Savage Love

Sour Kraut

New Column!


The End of All Things

Lord of the Rings Trilogy's Multiple Climax

Secret Language

Mona Lisa Smile Is Cannily Aware

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous


Breakers in Global Space

Seattle's New Wave of B-Boys

Goodbye to BSI

The Northwest's Premiere Dub Label Folds

Who Cares Wins

The Divorce Happily Wait Their Turn

Metal Magicians

The Abodox Grind, Wail, and Grow

CD Review Revue


The Return of Waxwing

All Ages Action

Live Wire

Sci-Fi Invasion

Beatseeking Missives

DJ Ryno

Parties Listings

The Hiphop Tip

Live Music/DJ Listings


Up & Coming

Classical, Jazz, & Avant


NW Top Twenty

Bio: Club

Club Directory


Canned in Kennewick

Consolidated Works Brings a Banned Breakfast Club to Seattle

Theater News

An Open Letter

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Chasing Girls

Ambiguous Lives of Women

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Shirley Hazzard Is Ignoring Us

And Thank God For That

On Page

Hurricanes and Savages


Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Araya's Vegetarian Place

Vegan for Everybody

The Globe

Vegan for Some People

Eatin' Out


As Bad as It Comes, as Good as It Gets

Canning Fish in Alaska

The War Comes Home

During a tumultuous few weeks in Iraq and at home, a mother and son on opposite sides of a growing political divide pour their hearts out to each other via e-mail.

Strangercrombie 2003 Final Results

Thank You Holiday Shoppers!

Help Us Find Seattle's Sex Bombs!

Take It to the Streets

City Promotes Streetwalking by Clamping Down on Escorts

A Closer Look

Garden of Eden Tipster Involved in Adult Entertainment Biz Himself

Moving Forward?

Slew of New Monorail Plans Raise Hopes and Questions

Lightning Rod

City Light Nominee Carrasco Has Controversial Past

Five to Four

Police Beat

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

I'm Tom Skerritt!

I Love Television

I Can't Always Get What I Want

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor