Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 20 - 26, 2001

Vol. 11, No. 1

Savage Love

My Dumb Job

New Column!


Ghosts of Steel and Glass: The World Trade Center on Film

A Perfect Society

Positive Hippies + Working Class = Swedish Supremacy

This Week on TV

Film Shorts

Movie Times

I, Anonymous


The Coup's Bomb

MC Boots Riley and His Platform

Bio: Music

Rock and Roll Pulpit

Marcus Durant Tries His Hand

One-Night Stand

I Can't Get No Satisfaction

Up & Coming

NW Top Twenty

Live Music Listings

Club Directory

DJ Listings


More Up & Coming

More Music Listings

All Ages Action


Visual Art


Visual Arts Listings


Always Immigrants

A White Woman Picks Up an Arab

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Kabul Afghan Cuisine

Kebabs and Solidarity


Unmade in the USA

From our letters page to Celebrity I Saw U, the destruction of the World Trade Center is the only thing anyone can think—or write—about.

Look Who's Nervous Now

Grant Cogswell Makes an Impressive Showing on Primary Night

Going... Going... Gone

So Long, Paul Schell. It's Greg "Seattle Style" Nickels vs. Mark "Republican" Sidran This November

Embraceable You

Seattle Longs for Comforting Diversity

Drivers Unwanted

Police Reports Document Anti-Arab Harassment

Police Beat

Signs of the Times

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

The Return of… Mysterio!

I Found It!

Celebrity I Saw U

Justice & Revenge

Unmade in the USA

Welcome to Seattle

Frasier's Seattle is a Target, Too

Stars & Bars

The Week in New York

The Untold Story

A Horror That Can't Be Smothered in Sound Bites

Sound Judgment

Immediately Suspecting Islamic Radicals Doesn't Mean You're Racist–It Means You've Been Paying Attention

Who, US?

It Didn't Happen in a Vacuum

Wartime Unrealities

This is Not a Movie