Print Edition for the week of
May. 6 - 12, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 34

Savage Love

Completely Stoned

New Column!


Genre Swapping

'The Trilogy' Transcends Its Gimmick

On Screen

Husky Brand Jeans

Blow Up

Movie Times


Drama Kings

Muse Become the Reigning Heads of Operatic Rock

Pissed-Off Penance

The Icarus Line's Seedy Soiree

Heart Felt

My Morning Jacket Tug Strings

Rerun Rerun Rerun

RX3's Past Present

Seattle Noise!

This Ain't Your Mama's Band Camp

Some Candy Talking

Musings on the Grandiose

Live Wire

Beatseeking Missives


Parties Listings


In Praise Of Folly

All Ages Action

Classical, Jazz, & Avant

Greta Matassa


CD Review Revue

Up & Coming

Live Music/DJ Listings

NW Top Twenty

Club Directory


On Stage

Daddy Dearest: A Festival of Father Issues

Theater News

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Disaster by Association

Lori Nix's Ominous Narratives

Art News

Visual Arts Listings


Use Once, Remember Fondly

Navigating The Razor's Edge, 60 Years Late


Readings Listings

Food & Drink

A Thousand in One

A Remarkable Unremarkable Box in the International District

Eatin' Out


Satan Lite

Tom Carr got elected by decrying controversial former City Attorney Mark Sidran's record, policies, and style. Once in office Carr quickly embraced Sidran's "civility" laws, nixed reforms, and vocally opposed two progressive initiatives. So how come the

Tits & Giggles

How the Seattle City Council can resolve the strip-club issue and bring about world peace at the same time. An immodest proposal by Dan Savage

A Star Is Born

Michael McAfoose Organizes a Counterprotest and Launches into a New Leadership Position

The Monorail Gets Centered

City Council Hands Monorail One Victory, One Seeming Setback in First Big Vote

The Best Laid Plans...

John Kerry's Iraq Problem

The Stranger Department of Homeland Security Bush Reelection Alert

In Other News...

In The Hall

Five to Four

Police Beat

Control Tower

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

I Hate Boston Rob. I Love Boston Rob!

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Jock Itch