Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 6 - 12, 2012

Vol. 21, No. 40
Cover art by Mike Force
www.autotone.net

Film

Next Time ’Round

Time Travel, Colin Trevorrow, and Safety Not Guaranteed

A Peaceable Kingdom

Wes Anderson Makes a Saving Private Ryan for People Who Hate War Movies

Deep Thought Meets Popped Corn

Ridley Scott's Space-Exploring Prometheus Is Smart Until It's Not

Art House

Boring Detroit, Fascinating Dubai

I Love Television

Ode to My Thong

Music

Taking Your Dome into the Cosmos

Translinguistic Other's Lofty Psychedelic Agenda

Up & Coming

Lose your Freakatorium every night this week!

Sound Check

A Place to Bury Strangers Worship the Beauty of Dissonance

My Philosophy

NACHO PICASSO ANNacho Picasso and Blue Sky Black Death's ExaltedD BLUE SKY BLACK DEATH'S EXALTED

Never Heard of 'Em

Public Image Ltd.

Chuckletown, USA

Comedy Starring the Next Best Asshole (Could It Be You?!)

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Getting Faux Real with Fauxnique; Nordo Does Dinner, or Does It?

Poster of the Week

Poster by Tessa Hulls

Into the Woods

Every weekend, there's a long line to get into a forest-themed nightclub above the Butterfly Lounge above Grim's. What is going on up there?

Underage

Noise for the Needy, Shana Cleveland & the Sandcastles

Sounds of Yesterday and Today

PUD

Theater

Facsimiles of Sex, Death, and Danger

New Shows by Marya Sea Kaminski and Stephanie Timm

Food & Drink

Now Open

New Places for Stuffing Faces

Ferryland

Across the Water at Restaurant Marché

Happiest Hour

Montana on Capitol Hill

News

Let's Take Another Shot

Why Seattle Should Appeal the State's Decision to Block Later Bar Hours

Our Long Unconstitutional Nightmare May Almost Be Over

Democrats Win the First Battle in a Wonky Lawsuit That Could Break the Conservative Stranglehold on State Politics

Visual Art

Buzzing, Glorious World

You Must See the Amazing Cosmology at SAM

Books

I Don't Even Know Who You Are Anymore

The Newlyweds Is a Jane Austen Novel for Post-9/11 America