Print Edition for the week of
Jan. 17 - 23, 2002

Vol. 11, No. 18

Savage Love

Poor Man's Bidet

New Column!



Whoa, Nelly!

A Tête-à-Tête with Nelly Furtado

Bio: Music

Memories Inc.

Looking for Sylvain Sylvain

CD Review Revue

Live Music Listings

Up & Coming

Club Directory

All Ages Action


At the Paradox Theater

More Up & Coming

DJ Listings


Visual Art

New Sound of Freedom

Boeing and the New Frontier of History

In Arts News

Visual Arts Listings


Seattle Pulp

G.M. Ford Starts a New Mystery Series

Readings Listings

Food & Drink

Olive Garden

Wallowing in un Fiume di Crema


Yes Logo!

Corporations are here to stay. So why not give in to them? We here at The Stranger did. In fact, we've devoted an entire issue to them.


Forget Antitrust, Think Microsoft Xbox

Real Partnership

Hitachi, Moxi Digital, NEC, Philips Semiconductor, STMicroelectronics, and TiVo Adopt RealNetworks' RealOne Player for Widespread Market Deployment in Consumer Electronics Devices

Furry Friends

Shelter Animals Get New Toys and Treats

Cool Card

Starbucks Deals Customers Winning Hand

Quality Development

New QFC Will Bring Greater Convenience to Denny Triangle

Meow Mix

Washington Mutual Offers New Insurance Plans

Police Beat

Heterosexual Kaleidoscope

"Is Amazon Enron?"

Creepy similarities may unnerve Amazon stockholders.

Five to Four

Letters to the Editor

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Human Suffering: I'm All For It!

It's My Party

I Found It!

Celebrity I Saw U

Control Tower

Strap-On 101

Yes Logo!

For Want of an Answer

An Interview with Christopher Hitchens

Long Live Britney Spears

Authenticity is Meaningless

The Kinder, Gentler Sweatshop

Moral Fabric and Complex Economies

The Myth of Corporate Giving

Trickle-Down Economics Worldwide