Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 22 - 28, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 32

Savage Love

The Crying Game

New Column!


Strangers with Candy

Two Euro Thrillers Take On Kidnapping

On Screen

Chicks on Flicks

Blow Up

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous


Tour de Force

Kraftwerk's Well-Oiled Machinery

White Shadows

Kraftwerk: The Fatherland of Hiphop

History of Great Hooks

The Roots of stellastarr*'s Propulsive Sound

CD Review Revue

Nice to Know You

Mike Viola's Big Squeeze

Beats 'n' Brains

Scream Club's Riot Grrrl Hiphop

Live Wire

Lost and Found

Some Candy Talking

Head On

Beatseeking Missives

Savath & Savalas

Parties Listings


Suffering and the Hideous Thieves

All Ages Action

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Lang Lang & Petrushka


The Hiphop Tip

Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

NW Top Twenty

Club Directory


On Stage

Chasms Yawn Betwixt Plays and Performances

Theater News

Theater Listings

Visual Art

The Artist, the Princess, the Wolf

Mandy Greer's Fairy Tale

Art News

Visual Arts Listings


Why Didn't I Ever

A Belated Review, an Apology, and an Homage to Why Did I Ever by Mary Robison ($23, Counterpoint, $7 on the Remainder Table)


Readings Listings

Food & Drink

La Medusa

New Owners for Columbia City Restaurant

The Wellington

Refine Your Soul

Eatin' Out


101 Favorite Restrooms

Showcase 2004

Town & Country

It takes a special sort of person to bring people together across the vast cultural divide that is Lake Washington. Give George W. Bush his due. He really is a uniter, not a divider.

Take Me to Your Leader

Lacking Leadership, Gay Rights Groups Waste Valuable Time

There's a Dubya in 'Weekly'

Seattle Weekly Parent Company Is on Bush's All-Time Top Supporter List

Calling All Contenders

Neighborhoods Rally the Troops Against Popular Incumbent Nickels

Position of Strength?

Gregoire Holds Commanding Lead in Gubernatorial Race, but Support Is Soft

In Other News...

Five to Four

Police Beat

Jock Itch

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Snap, Wag, "What-EVAH!"

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor