Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 1 - 7, 2007

Vol. 16, No. 25

Savage Love

Wrong & Right

I, Anonymous


On Screen

This Week's New Releases


Marginally Better


Let 'Lovework' Rule

Gabriel Teodros's Solo Joint Is Aggressively Feminist

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

The Score

Philharmonia Northwest

Poster of the Week

Fucking in the Streets

Seriously All Ages


For Years Blue

Party Crasher

Chinese Fun-ocracy

Data Breaker


Come Sail Away

Aqueduct Goes Yacht Rock

Bang the Drum, Holy

Charles Gocher, 1952—2007

The Funky Precedent

Examining the Clinton Party Line

Up & Coming

This Week's Notable Shows and Parties


Yawn at the Devil

A Talk Show, a Slasher Movie, and Tennessee Williams's Juvenilia

Theater News

More than a Festival

Visual Art


The New Leipzig Painters Re-Present Representation

In Art News

Northwest by Northwest


Drunk Diver

A Trip to the Swimming Pool That Killed Theodore Roethke

Food & Drink

A Better World

Tavolàta Is Possibly the Best Thing to Happen to Seattle at Night Ever

Chow Bio

Heather Moe

Bar Exam

Natural Habitat

Eat & Tell

Southside, Yo

The Happiest Hour

CHAC Lounge


The Forgotten

A Family Reclaims the Right to Grieve for a Son Shot by Police

Opinions on the Viaduct Are Like Assholes—Everyone Has One

Readers React to the Call for a Double-No Viaduct Vote

Through the Past, Brightly

A Glimpse at Mary Henry's Vivid Visions and Her Last Painting


At Large

Steinbrueck Will Leave Office to Campaign for Waterfront

Foul Shot

Storm Co-Owners Bankroll Anti-Gay-Marriage Group

In the Hall

Hazard Zones

Uphill Battle

New Capitol Hill Club Brings Culture Clash and Violence

Pressing Standards

Student Journalist Schools Administration Censors

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review


'Make Your Own Scene'

Lyrics Born, the Coup

Art Spiegelman

'The Earrings of Madame de...'


Nina Hartley

Dr. John

'The Aura'


I Love Television

The Spice Dolls

Control Tower

Control Tower & Kink Calendar

Word to the Wise

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Get Your War On