Issue Archive for the Week of
Aug 29 -
Vol. 21, No. 52
Mudhoney's Mark Arm Hurt His Left One Fulfilling Record Store Orders
An Interview with Skrillex's Haircut
Why Is That Gotye Song So Catchy?
It's a Little Discursive, But We Get There Eventually
Take This Quiz and Find Out!
The Head-Bending Pleasures of Cherdonna and Lou
A Brief History of the Band That Is Responsible for Everything
He Painted the City Where You Live
Robert "El Vez" Lopez and His Journey from Punker to Elvis Impersonator
A (Probably Partial) List of Corrigenda for How to Be a Person
Why Aren't Fishbone as Big as Red Hot Chili Peppers?
Opening the Throttle at Sandbox Radio Live!
Now Let's Get Them Back Together
The Promise Ring and I Finally Meet After Several Years Filled with Boys, Breakups, and Misunderstandings
Beauty Marks and Dirty Bath Mats: The Fashions of John Waters
What It’s Like to Be Trapped with 50,000 Republicans at the RNC
Is One Tim Eyman Campaign Secretly Funding Another?
A Catholic Bishop's Attempt to Fund an Anti-Gay Election PAC Goes Too Far, the State Says
Where the Best News Goes to See and Be Seen
Lose your serious chicken every night this week!
Samothrace Survive Drug Addiction and
Lineup Changes to Keep Reinventing Themselves
Art Vandelay's Breaking Bad Tribute, Eighty4 Fly, and More
Maga Bo, Amon Tobin's ISAM, Holy Other, Freaky Flow
Divine Fits, Yeasayer, Daughn Gibson
Solomon "Coco-Nips" Georgio Returns, One Night Only
For a Good Time, Call... Is Thelma
and Louise Without the Suicide Pact
Storytelling, Night Terrors,
and Sleepwalk with Me
Blood and Booze in John Hillcoat’s Lawless
Side by Side: The Never-Ending End of Cinema
ElvisElvis Green Orange Gold by Ron English
On display at Elvistravaganza at Bumbershoot, Sept 1–3. See more of Ron’s work at www.popaganda.com.
For the Week of August 29
Self-Induced Comas: Give 'Em a Chance!
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Gei Chan: Rickrack and Tambourines
HUMP! 2012: Call for Entries
Jonathan Wakuda Fischer's Shape-Shifting Digital Superstitions
Plus, the Epic Search for the 1962 Orange
Chinese Cadavers at Internment Sites, Street Fights, and Tiny Spaces
Nicholson Baker's Microscope Is Telescopic
Art vs. Nature: Round Six
Fat Ducks Offers One-Stop Shopping for Both These Things
New Places for Stuffing Faces