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Vol 11 No. 13, Dec 13 - Dec 19 2001


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FEATURE
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.
by Emily White


NEWS
THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH
Former Seattle Times Reporter Tracks Green River Killer for 20 Years
by Amy Jenniges

ALSO: Obstacle Course: Ballard Skate Kids Frustrated by Latest Parks Department Monkey Wrench, Slipping Away: Fishers Accuse Port Commission of Fishy Gentrification Plot

PLUS: Five to Four, In Other News..., Police Beat


COLUMNS
Last Days, I Love Television, Celebrity I Saw U, Savage Love, I Found It!, I, Anonymous, It's My Party, In Arts News, Letters to the Editor, *PORN*SEX*XXX*, Control Tower


THE STRANGER SUGGESTS
Recommended Events


CALENDAR
Bio: Art, Bio: Music, Live Music, Up & Coming, Theater, Readings, Visual Arts, Diversions, Out of Town, All Ages Action, DJ Listings, Club Directory, Karaoke, Movie Times, Film Shorts


FILM
IT'S A MISERABLE LIFE
The Abiding Darkness of a Capra Classic
by Sean Nelson

ALSO: It's a Cynical Life: How the French Stole Christmas, Double Fantasy: Girl Trouble in the Company of Men


THEATER
Theater Review Revue


BOOKS
STRAIGHT TO THE MOON
Chuck Kinder's Honeymooners
by Nate Lippens


VISUAL ART
GOOD STORIES
Pleasure and Perception
by Emily Hall


MUSIC
STRANGE FASCINATION
Aiko Shimada as Inscrutable Other
by Nathan Thornburgh

ALSO: Outside the KUBE: United We Sing's Thoughtful Teenage Also-Rans

PLUS: One-Night Stand, CD Review Revue


The Stranger's Music For A Holy War Holiday



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