Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 12 - 18, 2000

Vol. 10, No. 4

Savage Love

Three's Company

I, Anonymous


Love Made Visible, or, Why Rififi Is a Perfect Film

Trust Guest

An Excellent, Improvised Comedy

Video Review Revue

Pompous, but Good

This Week on TV

A Piece of Shit

Awful "Broken Hearts Club", Great Pâtisserie

Fragments of Goodness

"One" Strains Against Itself to Become a Good Film

Movie Times

Film Shorts


The Ballad of Ballard

Punk Rockers Drop Anchor

Up & Coming

Watching the Sufferer

Daniel Johnston Is Still Very Sad

Bored and Boring

Radiohead Loves Radiohead

Live Music Listings

CD Review Revue

More Up & Coming

Club Directory

All Ages Action

DJ Listings


More Music Listings


More Clowns, Less Art!

Strong Show Would Be Stronger with Less

Disturbing Sentimentality

This Old Play Still Works

Not So Perfect

Lucid Moments, Murky Whole

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Albert the Terrible

Despite His Many Years in the Public Eye, Al Gore Remains an Unknown Quantity to Most People. Lucky for Him.

Female Flesh

Our Bodies, Our Selves, Our Blobs

Visual Arts Listings


In Arts News


King of the World

Neal Pollack Kicks Big Publishing

Top 10 Bestsellers

Book Review Revue

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Le Pichet

A Clean, Well-Lighted Place


He's Not Locke

Dan Savage on the Appeal of John Carlson

Rebate Rip-Off

Costco Goes to Court, Accused of Duping Consumers

The Nine Amendments

Lefty Council Members Rewrite Racial-Profiling Resolution

Psyched Out

Mentally Ill Pose Tough Problems for the Local Courts

Surplus Bondage

Housing Advocates Demand More of City's Cash Surplus

In Other News...

Police Beat

A Gallery of Rogues

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

The Smell of Fear

It's My Party

$5,000 o' Fun!

I Bet You Didn't Know...

City of Paris

Bootsy's Beach

Rick Levin Courtside