Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 27 - May. 3, 2000

Vol. 9, No. 32

Savage Love

Sticky Situations

New Column!


Josh Menard


Madness and Cinema

Sunset Boulevard, Where Billy Wilder Meets Vladimir Nabokov

An Entertaining Failure

Tom Tykwer, Before Run Lola Run

Only The Fakes Survive

The Sex Pistols Tell Their Own Story in The Filth and the Fury

Real Time

Form and Content Duke it out with Thrilling Results in Mike Figgis' Time Code

Film Shorts

This Week on TV

I, Anonymous



Lover in Exile

Gay Immigration Rights Come Under Fire in Tim Miller's Glory Box

Erotic Objects

When People Get a Little Too Close to Their Things

Theater Listings

Visual Art

North to Ballard!

Reports of the Demise of Cheap Studio Space Are Premature


Visual Arts Listings


The Hunger Artist

Chris Kraus' Razor-Sharp, Rhapsodizing Novel

Top 10 Bestsellers

Book Review Revue

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Vietnamese Sandwich Tour

Big Joy, Small Price


A Tale of Two Schools

At Garfield High School, the Education You Get Depends on Your Color

Just One Shot

When David Walker Went Skipping down the Street with a Gun, Where Was the SPD's Mental Health Team?

No Free Radio

Congress Snuffs Effort to Bolster Pirate Radio

That'll Teach 'Em

DOC Pays Black Guards $250,000

Highway to Hell

Grant Cogswell Investigates the GOP's Campaign to Make King County Look Like Los Angeles

In Other News...

Police Beat

April is the Cruelest Month

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

Culture Wars

I Love Television

The Big O

It's My Party

It's All True