Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 12 - 18, 2004

Vol. 13, No. 48

Savage Love

New Cocksuckers

New Column!

Film/TV

You Can't Go Home Again, Again

Garden State Resists Your Inner Cynic

Hella Cool

The Metalhead/Technofetish Orgy of Doom 3

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Blow Up

Home Movies

Film Shorts

Movie Times

Music

Biting the Big Apple

Two Seattle music scene frontrunners, the Turn-Ons and the Divorce, take their shots in New York, the current music capital of the country. Stranger reporter Hannah Levin goes along for the ride.

The Rock 'n' Roll AV Club

Live Eye TV Brings Local Music to the Small Screen

Live Wire

Giampino Time

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

UNDERAGE

HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHUNK!

Data Breaker

Paul Edwards

CLASSICAL, JAZZ, & avant

LOHENGRIN

All Ages Action

Live Music/DJ Listings

Club Directory

Up & Coming

Concerts

Theater

On Stage

The Resistible Red Stops

Theater News

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Books

Rules Were Made

The 9/11 Report Is Scarier Than You Think

Nightstand

Postcard from Portland

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Pair

Pared-Down and Comfortable

Ocean City Restaurant

Ducks Are Beautiful

Eatin' Out

News

Road Trip: Soap Lake

The Stranger's Summer Road Trip continues: Jennifer Maerz travels to Soap Lake where she meets war vets on motorcycles, meets the father of a teenage murder suspect, and swims in a lake of healing water.

Bidder End

Loss of Contracting Team Jolts Monorail

Fare Game

Peeved Cabbie Challenges Passenger in "Tour de Fremont"

It's Iraq, Stupid

Our Man in Baghdad

In The Hall

Emotional Opposition

Counter Intel

Taxing the Democrats

In Other News...

The Stranger Department of Homeland Security

BUSH REELECTION ALERT

Jock Itch

Drunk of the Week

Celebrity I Saw U

I Love Television

Oh, You Fickle Teenagers

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Street Eats

Sexual Real Estate

Houses, Apartments, and Businesses that Provoke Fond Sex Memories and Mortifying Regrets

LAY OF THE LAND: Fremont

Home to: Artsy free spirits, crafty kooks, non-homeless hippies

LAY OF THE LAND: Ballard

Home to: Aging hipsters with alt-country sympathies, homesick Norwegians

LAY OF THE LAND: Queen Anne

Home to: Young professionals turned off by the hype and noise of Belltown, professional artsy types drawn into the arts vortex (Intiman, Seattle Rep, opera, ballet, On the Boards, EMP)

LAY OF THE LAND: Capitol Hill

Home to: Gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendereds; artsy straights who don't mind being sexual minorities (or at least equals)

LAY OF THE LAND: Downtown

Home To: Out-of-towners, noisy street revelers, colorful hobos

LAY OF THE LAND: Belltown

Home To: Sexy upper-income city folk, and the sexy hipster workforce staffing their cafes and boutiques

LAY OF THE LAND: U-District

Home To: The young and horny; the aged and predatory

STDs, Babies, and Rape

Where to Turn When Things Go Wrong