Print Edition for the week of
May. 11 - 17, 2006

Vol. 15, No. 35

Savage Love

Salad Tossers

New Column!


This Week on TV

On Screen

Movie Times

Film Shorts


Obscenity Charge

The Big Muddy

Poseidon Is a Disaster, Pretty Much


Data Breaker

Beatseeking Missives

Classical, Jazz & Avant

Club Directory

Funkateers of a Clown

P-Funk and Digital Underground Get Their Freak On

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop


Live Music/DJ Listings

CD Reviews

Straight Outta Left Field

Edan Flashes Back to the Future

The Score

Made in America Part 2

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

Poster of the week


Volunteer Roll Call

Kanye Digs Him

The Irresistible Rise of DJ A-Trak

Party Crasher

Cthulhu de Mayo

Up & Coming

Rocka Rolla

Pet Sounds

Being Sucked in Again

The Lowdown on Wire's First Three Classics

Multiply and Conquer

Mute Math's Ruling Equation


Theater Listings

Suck Face

Paige Barnes's Molt Ends With a Lip-Locked Duet

On Stage

Singing Shakespeare, Hobo Willy, and a Gratuitous Shakespeare Reference

Theater News

On the Boards: Fuck Yeah!

Visual Art

Visual Art Listings

In Art News

Trash, Art, and the Movies

Out of Context

Maya Lin Is an Environmental Artist, Not a Sculptor


Readings Listings

Eight Stories

Jonathan Lethem, Dale Peck, Gary Lutz, and Five Other Writers Review the Short Stories in Charles D'Ambrosio's Long-Awaited New Book

Food & Drink

Food Fight

Shiro vs. Saito's, Tom Douglas vs. Kathy Casey—It's a Chow Battle Royale!

Count the Monte Cristos

Decoding the Rosetta Stone of Sandwiches

Cookbook Cook-Off

Tom Douglas vs. Kathy Casey in My Kitchen

Sushi Thrifti

Going Raw Without Going Broke

Raw War

An Annotated Guide to Seattle's Best Sushi

Dueling Donuts

Tatiana Becker

Owner, Trabant Chai Lounge


The Rise of the South

Can a Promising Upsurge in Local Talent and an Ambitious All-Ages Scene Help Tacoma Start Rocking for Real?


In the Hall

No Restraint

Firing Line

Dismissal of Popular Manager Has Consequences for Broadway Cafe

In Other News

Counter Intel

The Questions

Sherman's March

The Race for the 43rd—It's in the Numbers

Police Beat

Poor City

Market Crash

Nonviolent Neighbor Named Rambo Fights Crime in Highland Park

Contraception Emergency

Gregoire MIA on Plan B Debate

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review



'La Mujer de Mi Hermano'

George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic

Art School

Greenwood-Phinney Artwalk

'Classe Tous Risques'

Charles D'Ambrosio

Marco Bailey

I Love Television

I Love TV

Get Back to Work!

Celebrity I Saw U

Muggles Most Strange

Control Tower

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview