Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 21 - 27, 2012

Vol. 21, No. 29
THEESatisfaction photos by David Belisle

Film

A Boy Named Boy

A Harsh Kiwi Childhood, Illuminated by Optimistic Pop

Art House

Rabies

Like Snickers, It Satisfies

The Deep Pleasures of The Hunger Games

I Love Television

I'm Gonna Wiki That

Music

The Lonely Planet

Ben Von Wildenhaus Watches the World from a Cramped, Neurotic Apartment in Queens

Queens Supreme

Nine Writers on THEESatisfaction’s awE naturalE

The World We Live In

An Interview with THEESatisfaction

Up & Coming

Lose your job promoting Red Bull every night this week!

High Priest

Basking in Sun Araw's Sanctified Solar Dub Jams

Sound Check

Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes and the Beautiful Thing About Interpretation

My Philosophy

Get Heard out of the Hood

Data Breaker

Skream and Benga Attempt to Redeem "Dubstep"

Chuckletown, USA

Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction: Mind-Fucking Kermit the Frog and Fingering Golden Girl Bea Arthur

The Homosexual Agenda

Brown Derby Does Xanadu and the Cuff Does 19 Years

Underage

Why Bad for Jazz Is Good

Poster of the Week

Poster by Frida Clements

Theater

Overflowing with Emptiness

A Play About a Woman Stuck on the Toilet

Food & Drink

Happiest Hour

Ba Bar

Capitol Hill Burger Madness

Three New Places to Get a Patty on a Bun

News

Pissed Off

Pioneer Square Neighbors Have a Problem with Public Urination

Meet Sahar Fathi

She Wants to Be the First Iranian American Woman to Serve in a State Legislature

The Million-Dollar Question

Is the Anti-Gay-Marriage Campaign Obfuscating Its Finances or Just Disorganized?

Sources Say

Seattle's Hottest Gossip Column About Utility Bills

Visual Art

Throbbing Color

You Wish Your Robe Looked Like This

Features

Does Jay Inslee Exist?

The Democrat Running for Governor Is Mostly Absent 
from the Airwaves and Trailing in the Polls

Books

You Can't Handle the Truth

The Lifespan of a Fact Ignores the Big Questions About Writing Nonfiction