Issue Number 14 February/March 1995
- Campaign contributions and lucrative city deals often coincide.
- by Doug Collins
- cover art by Jenny Schmid
- Part-time jobs may be flexible, but they make workers even more expendable.
- by Andy Bauck
- Hanford clean-up is in danger of becoming a Clinton compromise.
- by Eric Nelson
- Will Seattle finally be getting a light rail system? That's up to us.
- by Brian King and Mark Gardner
- A talk with David Barsamian, founder of Alternative Radio.
- interviewed by Colin Wright
- But there will be plenty of free doughnuts.
- by Jenny Schmid, Free Press Midwest Special Correspondent
- Two Seattle citizens groups and their plans for reform.
- by Brian King
The First Word
Ideas that cut through the bullshit
by Mike Blain
How humans treat their surroundings, each other, themselves.
Of and relating to labor.
reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Matt Robesch and Mark Gardner.
plus: KCMU 90.3 Mind Over Matters Schedule for February
music reviews by Lance Davis.
Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick and Jeff Jacobson
Your guide to experimental film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
This Week's Astrological Forecast
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