Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 1 - 7, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 29

Savage Love

Touching and Stuff

New Column!


Buying the Bullshit

Why Hollywood Can't Make Good Superhero Movies

On Screen

Take These Broken Wings...

Blow Up

Film Shorts

Movie Times



Mia Zapata's Killer Convicted

The Business of Hiphop

Quannum Stays Sharp

Nietzsche to Niche

Electrelane's Diversity Runs Deep

Live Wire

Gettin' Hitched

Some Candy Talking

Cocksucker Blues

Beatseaking Missives

The Hiphop Tip

Classical, Jazz, & Avant




The Kite-Eating Tree

All Ages Action

Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory


Lost Paradises

Dreams, Puzzles, and Television All Yearn for the Past

Theater News

Theater Listings

Visual Art

May I Suggest

The Strings of Lead Pencil Studio

Visual Arts Listings


All the President's Mistakes

Blowing the Whistle on a Boring Book


Readings Listings

Food & Drink


The Return of the Rolling Kitchen

Bleu Bistro

Even Better Than the Real Thing

Eatin' Out


Save the Monorail!

The Man Who Would Be General

Sidran Shakes Up Attorney General Race

What You Don't Know...

Will Hurt You, Especially If You Are Poor

Defining Bush

Hit from the Right by Richard Clarke, the Implosion of the Bush Myth Has Begun

Five to Four

Police Beat

Jock Itch

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

I Like to Hit People in the Face

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

Build It

Seattle Needs--and May Finally Get--a Truly Rapid Transit System

Change is Good

Monorail Agency Alters Route Nearly 20 Times to Accommodate Neighborhood Concerns. So Why Does Richard Conlin Have a Problem with That?

Money Matters

Monorail Finance Director Jonathan Buchter Answers the Tough Questions

End Game

Second Avenue Property Owners Have the Clout to Crush the Monorail

Station Innovation

Pike Street Plan Shows Smart Thinking on Second Avenue

Rapid Transit, Rapid Response

Pro-Monorail Rejoinders to Anti-Monorail Bullshit