Issue Archive for the Week of
Jun 30 -
Vol. 14, No. 42
Seattle Needs Elevated Rapid Transit. But we don’t need to pay $11 billion for it. Scrap the finance plan, fire the agency heads, and face the voters one last time.
A Majority of Americans Now Oppose George Bush’s War. It’s a Bitter Victory for Those Who Opposed the War All Along.
New Justice Department Internet Regulations
Eastside Public School Violates Separation of Church and State, Issues Religious Commandments to Preschoolers
South Park Residents Inaugurate Happy Hour Protest
Christians Rationalize Bigotry at “Love Won Out”
Scout Niblett’s Gentle Magic
Newcastle’s Next Big Buzz
The Portland Band’s Gleaming Pop Finish
‘Rebound’ Has Two Funny Lines
Miranda July’s Terrifically Awkward Universe
Nathaniel Welch, from Spring Broke, available from powerHouse Books.
Letourneau! IKEA! Salute!
Red, White, and Bobby Brown
Robert Wilson’s Loud Genius Usurps Isamu Noguchi’s Quiet Creations
Matt Briggs Follows His Daring ‘Misplaced Alice’ with a Sloppy and Uneven Collection
A Political Comedy Light on Politics
Local Indie Baker Fights the Good Fight