Issue Number 2 May 1993
- Sprung by Soviet dissolution, thousands of Russian families have come to the melting pot of the Northwest. Like all newcomers, they have one foot in their new surroundings and another still implanted in their ethnic traditions.
- photos and story by Neal Herbert
- On the defensive over its selling of Chateau Ste. Michelle wines, Puget Consumer's Co-op faces a membership referendum over its boycott policy.
- by Andrea Helm
- Are you fearing the trip to loathsome Las Vegas for the upcoming Grateful Dead shows? One dose of our travel guide and you'll be all set.
- by A.R. Kettle
- Why go to a therapist when any laywer can tell you how much you're life is worth? They have formulas and everything.
- by Mark Worth
- Here's a culinary topic you'll never see on The Frugal Gourmet: The do's and dont's of buying and preparing pet food - for yourself.
- by Michael Hood
The First Word
Ideas that cut through the BS.
Dufus of the Month
Where losers are the winners.
Actual letters from actual readers.
Updates of previous stories.
Opinions we couldn't keep to ourselves.
Small stories about big news.
Local groups to the rescue.
A sampling of groundbreaking news stories.
News and ideas that scream for modulation.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Mark Worth and FP Staff.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick.
The Northwest in numbers.
Quotes of the Month
Things people said.
Joe Bob Briggs
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