Issue Archive for the Week of
Mar 28 -
Vol. 21, No. 30
Full spring season! Plus, new pieces by Sherman Alexie, Rebecca Brown, and the staff of The Stranger
High-Quality Early Education Pays for Itself. So Why Won't Lawmakers Fund It?
Derek Erdman Interviews Four Buskers and a Security Guard
A Short Story by Sherman Alexie
Can a Staffer for an Anti-Gay Senator Get Elected in Seattle?
I’m Not a Faggot, I Swear!
He Wants to Be the First Democrat to Capture the Secretary of State's Office Since 1956
A Head-Kicking Cop Gets Off the Hook and the Cop Union Scores a Political Victory
One Hundred Punks Protest Demolition of Their Favorite Bar
How an Anti-Gay Group Made Coffee Lovers of Us All
Raise an FX Pedal (or Two)
to Swervedriver's Fuzzed-Out Rock Maelstrom
Lose your modernized take on the genre every night this week!
The Ting Tings' Stripped-Down, Club-Sparked Sound
The Search for the Saddest Notes in the Requiem, Western Music's Morbid Masterpiece
Trayvon Martin, Hiphop, and America
Comedian Neil Hamburger Talks Internet Dating, Bow Wow Wow, and Retirement
Yuksek, X-Bit 1 Chiptune Showcase, Caspa, Emancipator
Phyllis Stein and the Broadway Grill
Why Doesn't Anyone Write Murder Ballads Anymore?
Babysitter Watch Over Smoldering Ennui, Rodrigo y Gabriela Joined By 13-Piece Orchestra
Jazz Pianist McCoy Tyner Answers
Everything Happening in Classical Music and Opera This Season
A Guide to Jazz Clubs in Seattle
What I'm Most Looking Forward to This Spring
Even If You Hate Sushi,
You Must See Jiro Dreams of Sushi
The Raid: Redemption: Is a Run-on Sentence of a Kung Fu Movie
There’s a Bike-Ridin’ Kid in The Kid with a Bike!
Everything Happening in Film This Season
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Two Years Later, Thank You
Vote for the Winner of Drunk Animal Month
Jimmy John's Delivers Pickles
The Yum and the Yuck Bump Uglies in Alwyn O'Brien's New Show
The Five Decades of Alden Mason
A Guided Tour of Cranach the Elder's The Judgment of Paris
Forty years after the rise of feminist art, Seattle artist Lynn Schirmer discovers something shocking.
The Walrus Heads on the Arctic Building
Everything Happening in Art This Season
Elizabeth Ellen Breaks Herself Up Into Sharp Pieces in Fast Machine
Everything Happening in Readings and Lectures This Season
A Bitter New Play About Seattle
Interviews with a Ballerina, a Modern-Dance B-Boy, and the New Director of Velocity
The History of Puccini's Madame Butterfly Is
the History of Sex Tourists Being Scumwads
A Morbid Way of Praising Amazing Artists
Everything Happening in Theater and Dance This Season
The Weird and Wonderful Regent
If You Possibly Can, You Should Go to Le Gourmand Before It Closes Forever
Rich Fox and Allen Macleod, Managers, Macleod's Scottish Pub