Print Edition for the week of
Dec. 13 - 19, 2001

Vol. 11, No. 13

Savage Love

The Rape Ballet

New Column!


It's a Miserable Life

The Abiding Darkness of a Capra Classic

It's a Cynical Life

How the French Stole Christmas

Double Fantasy

Girl Trouble in the Company of Men

This Week on TV

Movie Times

Film Shorts


Strange Fascination

Aiko Shimada as Inscrutable Other

Outside the KUBE

United We Sing's Thoughtful Teenage Also-Rans

Bio: Music

One-Night Stand

I Like the Coffee that Doesn't Taste Like Shit

Live Music Listings

NW Top Twenty

CD Review Revue

Up & Coming

More Up & Coming

Out of Town

All Ages Action

DJ Listings

Club Directory



Theater Review Revue

Lesbos, Feminists, and the French

Theater Listings

Visual Art

Good Stories

Pleasure and Perception

Bio: Art

Visual Arts Listings

In Arts News



Readings Listings


The Disappearing Rich People

Will the current recession and our recent e-failures turn Seattle into a ghost town wracked with poverty? Emily White reports from the Elliott Grand Hyatt, Seattle's newest four-star hotel.

The Man Who Knew Too Much

Former Seattle Times Reporter Tracks Green River Killer for 20 Years

Obstacle Course

Ballard Skate Kids Frustrated by Latest Parks Department Monkey Wrench

Slipping Away

Fishers Accuse Port Commission of Fishy Gentrification Plot

Five to Four

In Other News...

Police Beat

Hell or Haven

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Fly into the Danger Zone!

It's My Party

Swollen Weight

I Found It!

Celebrity I Saw U


Control Tower

What's Best for Bondage?