Issue Archive for the Week of
Apr 2 -
Vol. 18, No. 29
City Targets Lake City Bar for Drugs and Violence
A Final Strategy to Stop a Mall in Rainier Valley
City Attorney Opponent's Staffer Bolts—to City Attorney's Campaign
Bank Protesters Take It to the Streets
South End Residents Fight to Keep Their Grocery Store
Twenty-five Years of Mecca Normal
Breezy Does It for Okie Blues Brother JJ Cale
Why Don't I Love Mirah's New Album as Much as I Want To?
The Unbearable Niceness of U.S.E
This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties
Gui Boratto: Take My Breath Away
Peter Bjorn and John: Living Thing
Kelly Clarkson's "I Do Not Hook Up" and K'naan's "T.I.A."
Logics and Avatar Young Blaze
Lyrical Beatdown: Merle Haggard vs. Lily Allen
Alien Trespass: Expensive Junk
Tokyo!: The Greatness of Michel Gondry
Adventureland: Horny Twentysomethings in Love
Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before. AGAIN.
Skills Like This: A Scrappy Little Indie Odyssey
Moscow, Belgium: Belgians—They're Just Like Us!
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Escape from Eden of the Chimps
A Didjaknow™ Guide to Emerald City Comicon
High People Just Wanna Chill, You Dumbass
What the New Director of EMP—and Art Itself—Never Recovered From
Young American Goes to China, Finds Rockers, Slackers, and Drugs
The Local News: Teenage Abduction and Other Annoyances
Last Days: Murder in a Cult of Self-Mutilating Monks
Toward 2012 puts the "T.M.I." in "end times."
Three Reviews and One Tragic Preview
One Very Bad Day and Two Great Ones at Elliott Bay
Cafe Racer's Genuine Accumulation