Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 4 - 10, 2012

Vol. 21, No. 44

Savage Love

Unintelligent Design

Film

Arachno-Crap

The Latest Spider-Man Is a Deflated Bag of Clichés

Le Chat Noir

A Genre-Hopping Cartoon About a Crime-Solving Cat

I Love Television

The Veronica Mars Hangover Cure

Art House

100% Off: A Recession-Era Romance: A Small Budget Hurts Shaun Scott's New Film

I, Anonymous

K-Fed Up

Music

Floating into the Void

Three Songs That Revolutionized My Mind

1970s Farm-Boy Soul

The Improbable Resurrection of the Emersons' Dreamin' Wild

Up & Coming

Lose your idiotic orange alcoholics every night this week!

My Philosophy

"Hip-Hop on Trial" and Bitching About "Bitches"

Sound Check

Slowcore Legends Codeine Convey Details in the Distance

Subversive Sacraments and Immense Dirges

The Body's Transcendental End-of-the-World Music

The Homosexual Agenda

Fly Moon Royalty Serenade the Needle, J/K Pop Invades the Hill

Underage

Jason Anderson: Every Song's a Poetic Celebration

Data Breaker

Mood Organ, Particle Being Ensemble, Cadence Weapon, Logic Probe

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of July 4

Visual Art

Artists and Engineers Solve the World's Problems

(Or at Least They Try)

Books

Church and Surveillance State

Alif the Unseen Is an Islamic Conversion Story Disguised as Fiction

Features

RIP, America

Obamacare, the Supreme Court Decision, and the End of Freedom as We Know It

Fly Moon Royalty

A Day in the Life of a Working Band

News

Divided Court

Understanding the Fight Over Building a New Arena to Bring Back the Sonics

Stop the Press

Attorney General Illegally Bars Reporter from Attending Press Conference

Text From South Lake Union

Fun with Fireworks

Drunk of the Week

Freedom Cakes!

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

Last Days

The Week in Review

Podcasts

Savage Love Episode 299

Suggests

Andrew Dadson

Chuck Palahniuk

Paseo Caribbean Roast Sandwich

The Intelligence

The Bouncing Souls

‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’

Capitol Hill Block Party

Master Pancake Theatre vs. ‘Twilight’