Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 20 - 26, 2006

Vol. 14, No. 45

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New Column!



La Femme Nubile

This Week on TV

Movie Times

On Screen

'Clerks II,' 'Once in a Lifetime: The Story of the New York Cosmos,' 'Wassup Rockers,' 'Lady in the Water,' 'Monster House'

Film Shorts



Pearl Jam—Love 'Em or Leave 'Em

All Ages Action

Live Music/DJ Listings

Meet the Brazilian Beatles (Again)

Os Mutantes' Amazon Grace

Classical, Jazz & Avant

Rocka Rolla

Under Pressure

The Bands Page Show

Listen to Local Bands Playing This Week

Blowout Comeback

Digable Planets' Rebirth

Up & Coming

Poster of the Week

The Score

Club Directory

Border Radio

Roots & Americana

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Data Breaker


Party Crasher

For Richer and Pourer

Heavy Breathing

Iron Lung Resuscitate Hardcore


Dripping with Condescension

Got It Covered

Grant-Lee Phillips Recasts '80s Rock


Just Like Candy

Chocolatey Improv, 48-Hour Sampler, and Sweet Cirque Noir

Theater Listings

Theater News

Everybody Have Fun Tonight

Visual Art


This Dyke Is Watching

The Cool Aesthetic Distance of Alison Bechdel

This Week's Literary Events

Poet in a Fanny Pack

Why I'm Going to Joseph Donahue's Reading


Fairy Tales

Food & Drink

Bar Exam

Dark Tower

Chow Bio

Josh and Roberto Abergel

Sunday in the Park with Gorge

On Artie B's Genius Architecture of Meat

Eatin' Out

Take It Outside


Ghost Riders in the Skyline

Looking Away from the World Trade Center

Needles, Corsets, and Melancholy

Considering Seattle's Distinguishing Features

Go East, Tall Buildings

An American Symbol of Greed Goes Global

Building on a Hill

What a Stack of Cement Bags Says About the Architectural Zeitgeist

The Dome and the Snaggletooth

The Strange Task of Planning the Two Leading Skylines in the Region

High Art

A Review of Seattle's Skyline (and What It's Becoming)

Everyone's a Size Queen

A Letter from the South Arrives

You Are Not Here

Why Skylines Feel So Unreal

Heads Up

We Can't Take for Granted the Benevolence of Our Developers


Immigrant Games

Ex-Construction Supervisor Questions Firm's Labor Practices

Police Beat

The Architecture of Power

Loose Ball

Sonics Sold to Out-of-State Ownership Group

Taking Back the Nightlife

Club Owners Challenge Nickels's Clampdown

In The Hall

Mixed Reviews

Counter Intel

Welcome to Seattle

Letters to the Editor


As Seen From The Sky

Last Days

The Week In Review


John Dean

Eugene Mirman, Michael Showalter, Leo Allen

Giant Tube Slide

'Mitzi's Abortion'

Maria de Barros

The Moaners

'Who Killed the Electric Car?'

'Kaleidoscope Eyes'

I Love Television

Do You Know Who I Am??

Celebrity I Saw U

Le Pissoir

Control Tower

Golden Ticket

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview