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Dept. of Beefcake Appreciation

I Regret The Stranger's Position on Male Body Hair

Department of Satanic Reversals

The Only Thing The Stranger News Team Regrets About Endorsing Mark Sidran for Attorney General Is that It Didn't Help Him Win

Stranger Dept. of Corrections

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Dept. of Naive Patriotism

Getting So Emotionally Invested in the Kerry Campaign Was, in Retrospect, Regrettable

Dept. of Orthography

Which Is Just a Fancy Word for "Spelling" and Isn't Something We're Very Good At

Dept. of Towering Blunders

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Fake It

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Hurt It

A Little Cruelty Can Enliven Your Feast

End It

Last Suppers For A Holiday Suicide

The Last Monorail Campaign

Seattle's last chance to build a rapid transit system may go down thanks to one rich developer, a handful of angry Hummer drivers, and timid politicians.

Follow the Money

Controversial real Estate Developer Martin Selig is funding the anti-monorail campaign -- but what's in it for him?

Death, the Seattle Way

Seattle Is the Only Home I've Ever Known. If It Doesn't Build the Monorail, It Can Go to Hell.

Just Build It

So You Want to Run a Monorail Campaign

Weapons of Mass Obstruction

Anti-Monorail Campaign Relies on Red Herrings to Undermine Monorail

Cleaning Up After Sex

Tips for Dirty Boys and Girls

Being Gay Is Not (Necessarily) a Mess

Tips for Collegiate Queers

Black Aquaman

Doin' the Wash, Yo!

Clean Up After Yourself

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