Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 13 - 19, 2000

Vol. 9, No. 43

Savage Love

Coup Français

New Column!


The Uncanny Suspects

X-Men Never Completely Grows Up


Angela Bassett Clearly Should Have Been Cast as Storm

Young Suds

Independent Chinese Film Comes Clean

This Week on TV

Divided and Conquered

The Coen Brothers as Date Bait

Past Judgment

A Rave Documentary Eludes Review

Film Shorts

Movie Times


Pirates Walk the Plank

Against All Odds, Courtney Love Makes a Good Point in the Debate over Napster

Live Music Listings

Pissing on the Embers

Rents Go Up, Music Goes Down

Club Directory

Compressed Packages

Napster, Like Self-Stimulation, Is a Pure Pleasure

Fork It Over

Getting Free Stuff from a Store Is Called Shoplifting, So Why Is Napster Different?

DJ Guide

DJ Listings

All Ages Action

Up & Coming

More Up & Coming

More Music Listings


Theater Review Revue

Sex, Torture, and Roller Coasters

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Concrete Innuendo

An Erotic Map of Seattle Architecture


Visual Arts Listings


The Written, Writing Self

John Fante, Laid Bare on the Page

Book Review Revue

Top 10 Bestsellers

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Dixie's BBQ

Who Do You Love?



We want the Monorail, dammit! The Stranger debunks all the ridiculous arguments against it.

What's Wrong with These People?

Stranger Exposes Warts on City's Police Chief Candidates

In Full Swing

Mariners PR Campaign Aimed at Scoring More Public Cash

Licata Loses Again

Lefty Council Member Licata Is Way Cool, but Is He Effective? We Asked Him

Police Beat

A Luxurious Beat

In Other News...

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

Culture Wars

Death and Banishment

I Love Television

Iron Chef Rules!

It's My Party


I Bet You Didn't Know...

It's All True


Monorail Guide


Your Guide to Supporting the Monorail

lie #1: There's No Private Funding

lie #2: The Technology Won't Work

lie #3: No One Will Want to Live Near the Monorail

Ugly Beauty

The Aesthetics of Working Machines

Enemies & Allies

Light Rail is a Bad Idea

And It's Getting Worse All the Time