Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 6 - 12, 2007

Vol. 16, No. 52

Savage Love

Straight at Last


On Screen

This Week's New Releases




Bye Bye Belladonna

I, Anonymous

I Anonymous

Hints for Hussies in Hot Pants


Poster of the Week

The Documents at the High Dive

It's a Hit

Singles, Remixes & MP3s

There's More to Life Than Line Out

The Best Seattle Music Blogs You Might Not Know



My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

The Score

Jazz Icons

Bug in the Bassbin

The Last Days of Summer

Northwest Top Ten

Bestsellers at Local Independent Record Stores for the Week of August 30

Road Trip

Musicfest NW

Party Crasher

Beach Blanket Bogey

The Hard Grind

Grayskul Tunes Into Bloody Radio

Doing Damaged

Dirty Projectors Send Up Black Flag and Kill the Concept Album

Album Reviews

Fucking in the Streets

Good Weekend

Up & Coming


Yes and Yes and More and Yes and Why

Implied Violence Is Experimental Theater You Actually Want to Watch

Visual Art

The Other Half

A Crack House and a Luxury Tower Walk into a Room

Ingenious Alternatives

A Jeopardized Work of Earth Art

In Art News

Red on Pink


Entertained to Death

The Mini-Mall Macabre of George Saunders


July in September

Food & Drink

Living Large

Luxury on the Half Shell at Oceanaire

Bar Exam

To Your Health

Chow Bio

Chris Marshall

Eat & Tell

Jookin' Good

The Happiest Hour

Shallots in Belltown


Beauty Is Truth

Six years after 9/11, more than a third of Americans believe the attacks were an inside job. Are 9/11 Truth groups a convenient harbor for conspiracy theorists, crackpots, and lizard-man chasing coincidence-hunters, or are they actually onto something?


Challenged Challenger

City Council Hopeful Tim Burgess Worked for Christian Right

In the Hall

Everywhere, Signs


Got Protest?

In Other News

Police Beat

From Out of Town

Enter Fred Thompson

From Stage Right, the Republican Lopes into the Spotlight

Tag Team

Seattle Graffiti Gang 3A: Artists or Assholes?

Get Your War On

Dear Science

Crossword Solution

Pencils Are For Chumps (September 6)

Photo of the Week


Seattle Center

Drunk of the Week

Eric B.

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

Control Tower & Kink Calendar

Pour Some Sugar on Me

I Love Television

Your Doomed Marriage

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor


'Nothing to Lose'

LSD and Other Drug Scare Films

Dinosaur Jr., Band of Horses

Dirty Projectors, YACHT

'3:10 to Yuma'

Sketchfest Seattle

'Czech Dream'

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Pencils Are For Chumps (September 6)