Issue Archive for the Week of
Apr 18 -
Vol. 21, No. 33
How The Sound of Music Made Me Gay
One of Seattle’s best blocks is on the chopping block. And it’s within the Pike/Pine conservation district. How did that happen? What can be done?
Smart New Legislation Would Bring Corner Stores Right to Your Doorstep
Dick Shots and Other Giant Mistakes
Can Inslee Get a Fair Shake from Journalists Convinced He's Going to Lose?
Law Enforcement Lines Up to Oppose Later Bar Hours in Washington
But the Reaction from the Survivor of the South Park Attacks—the Subject of the Winning Story—Means a Lot More to Us
Seattle's Catholic Churches Are Rejecting the R-74 Campaign, Calling It "Hurtful and Divisive"
The Mixed Blessings of DJ Shadow's Creative Restlessness
Lady Rizo at Fred Wildlife Refuge
Thanks to Nik Christofferson, Seattle's Music Scene Is Heavy Again
Get Brained by Dog Shredder's Prog Metal
Surprisingly Gritty and Girthy Rock
Lose your sonic narcotic every night this week!
Perfume Genius: One Long Emotion
Lee Coombs, Derek Plaslaiko, Enter Shikari
Candy Basket Comedy Showcase and Laff Hole
Japandemonium with Japanther
The Cinerama's Science Fiction Film Festival:
Say Good-Bye to Your Next Two Weeks
Form on Plinth, 2011, by Brion Nuda Rosch
Courtesy of Greg Kucera Gallery
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Meg Schmitt: Baseball Pants and Medical Donuts
Is Rolling Rock the New Pabst?
A Rat in South Lake Union
Fox Network: 25 Years of Stinko!
Predictions for the Coming Week
An Economist Explains How to Make America Fair Again
Woodnote Is an Expansive Conversation with Nature and the Dead
Kyle Abraham at On the Boards; The Blue Room by the Schoolyard
Ballard's New Barbecue Joint
Heather Allard, Co-owner of Rookies Sports Bar and Grill