Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 26 - Nov. 1, 2000

Vol. 10, No. 6

Savage Love

Cheaters' Bill of Rights

I, Anonymous


Bad Movie Project

Documentary Director Sells His Soul

Lost on Television

"Stardom" Fails to Capture the Magic of the Boob Tube

An Interpretive Palaver

The Brothers Quay Confuse Two Haughty Film Critics

Seeing Susie

Miranda July Is a Dancing, Laughing Lunatic

Brothers from Another Planet

The Children of Kurdistan

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Movie Times


Shiny Happy Polly

The Gen-X Hendrix Reborn as a 50-Foot Softy

Up & Coming

Change Is Good

Elliott Comes in Late and Takes Over the Joint

Live Music Listings

Cinerama Makes Good

David Gedge Is a Lovely Fellow

All Ages Action

Club Directory

More Up & Coming

DJ Listings


More Music Listings


Deliciously Oppressive

The Essence of Norway Found at Sand Point

Theatrical Resistance

Volatile Play Gives Flesh to Disturbing Ideas

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Death: The Next Step for CoCA?


Abstract and Disunited

Lost in Time in a New Show of Abstractions

Visual Arts Listings


In Arts News


All the Beast

Adam Parfrey Takes Our Culture to the Dark Side, Again

Book Review Revue

Top 10 Bestsellers

Readings Listings

Food & Drink


Orchestral Machinations in the Fish Tank

Where To Eat, What To Eat


The Dead

Corpse cleanup, burial methods, the road to Hell, the King County Medical Examiner... The Stranger devotes its love to Seattle's least-productive citizens.

Sumo On My Mind

The 500-Pound Divertissement

The Latest Lie

Sound Transit's Fine Print Guts Promises to Voters

Unchartered Territory

Charter Schools Offer a Necessary Alternative Editorial

Loaded on Campus

UW Campus Police Want Spiffy New Semi-Automatics

Unclear Nuclear

Nuke Production May Reopen Hanford

Cheap Rent

Neighbors Demand More Housing Inspections

Police Beat

Cop World

In Other News...

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Ode to TV's Hunkiest Beefcakes

It's My Party

West Seattle Rocks!

I Bet You Didn't Know...

Rick Levin Courtside

paul is smart

The Dead

Exquisite Corpses

The Practice of Everyday Death in Seattle

so, you're going to hell

A Sinner's Guide to the Future

what if the dead owe you money?

Frank's Funeral

Disposing of the Body

It Doesn't Have to Be a Nuisance

burn them all

Vaporizing the Dead in a Fremont Crematorium

A Month in the Death of Seattle

Seattleites Who Died Between September 1 and October 1, 2000

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A Medical Examiner Identifies Those Who Don't Want to Be Identified

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