Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 15 - 21, 2012

Vol. 21, No. 50
Two Juggalo Friends at Hempfest by ALICE WHEELER

Savage Love

Girl Power


Murder for Hire and Sight Gags

Matthew McConaughey Is Actually Good in Killer Joe

Paths That Cross

Personal Intrigue on a Global Scale in 360

Art House

A Film That Stars a Prince and Princesses of Cinema

I Love Television

Bullets of Joy

I, Anonymous

Crazy Sorry


Do You Know Who Pussy Riot Is? You Should.

Everything You Need to Know About Vladimir Putin's Least Favorite Feminists

The Beats of Summer

New Albums by Dark Time Sunshine, J.Pinder, and the Flavr Blue

Up & Coming

Lose your real kittens every night this week!

Sound Check

Love Battery Recharged

Never Heard of 'Em

Hüsker Dü's Zen Arcade


All Delighted People: Local Musicians Play Sufjan Stevens

My Philosophy

Fleeta Partee, Black Stax, Marcus D's Melancholy Hopeful, and New School Noise at Neumos

The Homosexual Agenda

A Porn God Gets His Dick Slapped

Data Breaker

L.I.E.S. Showcase, the Revenge, Airport, Mood Organ, Andy C

Poster of the Week

Poster by Jim Nadorozny

New Column!


"Multiple Pukings"

Seattle's Most Exciting Theater Festival Goes Kamikaze

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of August 15

Visual Art

The Beautiful Awesomeness of Civic Discourse

Seattle Activist Photography Occupies M.I.A. Gallery

Underclass Zoo

Noah Davis Paints the Jerry Springer and Maury Povich Shows

Loose Lips

Robbing the Museum, Remembering the King Cat, and Inventing Civilization


Adventure Time

Sierra Nelson Takes You by the Hand and Walks You Through Her Book

Food & Drink

Chow Bio

Bar Food Unplugged at Blu Grouse

Seattle Summertime

Eating on the Waterfront, Because: Why Not?

Happiest Hour

The Crosswalk


The Stoner Olympics

Because Navigating the World While Baked Takes Guts, Focus, and Lungs of Steel

Romney Loves Ryan

What Mitt Sees in His New Beau

The Most Disturbing Thing About the Case Against Bradley Manning

No Mercy in Sight for the Iraq War Whistle-Blower


Why Is This Man Leaving the Housing Authority?

Yusuf Cabdi Says an Ambitious Effort to Rebuild a Housing Project on First Hill Will Result in "Shipping Poor People to South Seattle"

Voting While Prejudiced

The Disgraceful Results of the State Supreme Court Race Between Bruce Danielson and Justice Steve Gonzalez

The Other Mike

Despite Strong Ties to the Beleaguered Mayor, Council Member Mike O'Brien Is Racking Up Victories

Meet Kshama Sawant

This Brassy Socialist Could Switch Races to Challenge the Most Powerful Legislator in Olympia

Drunk of the Week

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

Last Days

The Week in Review


Savage Love Episode 304

Worn Out