Print Edition for the week of
Jan. 25 - 31, 2001

Vol. 10, No. 19

Savage Love

Eat It Right!


Biting Satire

Director Steps in the Shadow of Hollywood

Day of Perplexment

Ups and Downs on the Golan Heights

Live-Action Anime

Korean Thriller Has Style to Spare

This Week on TV

Movie Times

Film Shorts

I, Anonymous


The Death of Rap Rock

Chester Bennington's Bathos is Embarrassing

Bio: DJ

Behold Me

Superdrag Doesn't Need Your Sympathy

Bio: Music

Up & Coming

Live Music Listings

All Ages Action

More Up & Coming

DJ Listings


More Music Listings


Disquieting 'Monster'

Dael Orlandersmith Will Kick Your Butt All Over Town

Theater Review Revue

A Rare Seattle Feat: Multiple Plays About Race and Politics

Bio: Theater

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Things Never Meet

A Handy Explication from the Sublimely Weird Jim Woodring

Bio: Art

Red Light District

The Sex Workers Art Show Exposes More Than Just Flesh

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings



Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Ezell's Fried Chicken

Authentic Seattle 101


Seattle's Pragmatic Populist

Two years ago, Judy Nicastro was a pissed-off renter who couldn't name a single Seattle City Council member. Today, Nicastro is Seattle's most effective council member--regularly pissing off landlords, Jan Drago, and occasionally her own allies. Tomorrow?


Raising Rents and Tempers in Rainier Valley

Viva Vera!

City-Funded All-Ages Club Kicks Off

The Pergola Precedent

Can We 'Accidentally' Get Rid of the Convention Center Canopy?

Police Beat

Crime and the City

In Other News...

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Hump Will Smash!!

It's My Party

TV Fantasies and Mudhoney

Rick Levin Courtside

A Modest Proposal