Issue Number 11 August/September 1994
- Doug Wood of Fox Island is designing solar dishes that work, but is anyone paying attention at all?
- by Eric Nelson
- cover and story photos by Mike Blain
- Seattle's innovative Lettuce Link program gets the produce to the people.
- by Holly Borba
- Sports slogans masquerade as public policy and all the while the police state grows.
- by Paul Wright
- Jonathon Blank, Director of Sex, Drugs and Democracy, talks with the Free Press about his film, Amsterdam, and the quest for social tolerance in America.
- interview by Julia Eaton
- Participate by not participating!
- The political left is cornered and on the defensive. But effective campaigns and the adoption of new strategies by progressives may turn the tide.
- by Mark Gardner
- The Free Press does away with the humor column. Or does it?
- humor by Mark Gardner
Actual letters from actual readers.
A sampling of groundbreaking news stories.
Updates of past WFP stories.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
Regional writers in review.
literary review by Helen Wheatley.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Matt Robesch and Mark Worth.
The Northwest in numbers.
Photography by Mike Blain
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