Issue Archive for the Week of
Sep 5 -
Vol. 22, No. 1
The heat this summer was our generation’s Hiroshima. Wake up, people! If you’re not terrified about the future, you’re an idiot.
Council Member Bruce Harrell Wants
to Help 40,000 Ex-Cons Get Jobs in Seattle
Three Commissioners Raise Concerns
About the Port CEO's Lucrative Second Job
Your RDA of Sniping, Infighting, and Rumors
Fifteen Bullets, a 17-Year Sentence, and a New Hiphop Career
Lose your death sax every night this week!
Silversun Pickups on the Late-Night TV Rounds
Purity Ring, Evian Christ, Nite Jewel
New A$AP Mob Album, Starr Spazzin, Rogers Thriftway
Chastity Belt and This Bike Is a Pipe Bomb
Collide-O-Scope, Stoned in the Disney Vaults
Everything Happening in Classical Music and Opera This Season
What I'm Most Looking Forward to This Season
The Bad Girls of Bachelorette
An Interview with the West Memphis Three's Jason Baldwin
Julie Delpy’s Aggressively Unfun 2 Days in New York
Everything Happening in Film This Season
The Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Is (Awesome) Living History
The Ambassador: Africa Is Not for Borat
For the Week of September 5
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Modesty: Dirty Parts and Dry Ice
It's 1:37 a.m. Is this girl being squashed on the corner of Pine and Broadway because...
I'm Going to Steal Your Boyfriend
C'mon! Let's (Feign Some) EXCITEMENT!!
Ask Becca & Trish, Two Teenagers Texting in a Movie Theater
A Guided Tour of The Celestial Chariot
With Glass-Bottomed Pools, Submarine Shuttles, Mini Forests, Lights for Scared Fish, and Arches Made of Viaduct Ruins
One Man, One Window, One Hilarious Obsession
(It's a Weekly Half-Hour TV Show Devoted to Seattle's Art Scene)
A Morbid Quarterly Column of Unbridled Praise
Photographer Sedat Pakay's Images of a Writer in Exile
Everything Happening in Art This Season
If You Don't Already Have a Bottle, It's Too Late
Galya Diment's Book on an Unknown Member of the Bloomsbury Set
Everything Happening in Readings and Lectures This Season
Ira Glass Shows How Your This American Life Sausage Is Made and Then Battles Dan Savage on the Decks
Interviews with Choreographers, Artists, a Deputy Director, and a Video,
A bunch of anarchist-hearted artists set out to make an opera about WTO. What could possibly go wrong?
Everything Happening in Theater and Dance This Season
Two Directors, Two Playwrights, Two Years in the Making
Should a food critic always be undercover? Is it important—or even possible—anymore?
One Vegan, Two Vegetarians, and One Carnivore Review the Brand-New Veggie Grill
Outlander's Sexy Furniture and Peanut Butter Beer