Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 23 - 29, 2009

Vol. 18, No. 32

Savage Love

Hump! 5

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Film

Commie Pinko Jewfest

An Accidental Filmic Look at Alternatives to Capitalism

On Screen

Fighting: Root for the Underdog

On Screen

Crank 2: Electric Nipple Clamp Boogaloo

On Screen

Earth: Sucking the Dignity out of Animal Stories

On Screen

Examined Life: Love and Shit

Porn!

How to Live with a Huge Penis

Concessions

Baby Geniuses

Music

Panic on the Streets of Belltown

Why Local Rapper Fatal Lucciauno Was Booted from the New Crocodile's First Hiphop Show

New Column!

Reader's Choice

Yin-Yang Big Bang

Why My Bloody Valentine's Comeback Is a Huge Deal

My Philosophy

Dyme Def's New EP

Up & Coming

This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties

Album Review

Prefuse 73: Everything She Touched Turned Ampexian

Album Review

Black Lips: 200 Million Thousand

Album Review

Papercuts: You Can Have What You Want

Party Crasher

Mustache Rides: 10 Cents

Data Breaker

Three Shades of Party Music

It's a Hit

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Easy Star All-Stars, and Diego Bernal

Poster of the Week

The Score

Morning-to-Night Jazz

Underage

Dan Deacon and the OFH's Punk Rock Prom

Theater

True Grits

Stephen Hando Channels a Southern-Fried Barfly

Seurat the Dot

Sunday in the Park with George Gets a Fresh Coat of Paint

Visual Art

Indian Gifts

A Bunch of Artists Dealing with the Fact of Being Born into a World That Already Exists

Books

Myths and Legends

Columbine Isn't History

Food & Drink

Gabriel Claycamp's Barely Legal Meat

Seattle's Rogue Chef Goes Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire

Bar Exam

Monday Night Excess

The Happiest Hour

Seven Seas Cuisine of China

Features

What I Learned at the Pop Conference

On Pearl Jam, '70s Trivia, and the Sex Appeal of Music Geeks

News

Parasite Pastor

Why Is Gary Randall Really Opposing Gay Rights?

Cycle of Justice

UW Student Turns Craigslist Against Bike Thief

Man Behind the Curtain

What Led Child-Porn Investigators to a Seattle Children's Theatre Employee

Last Days

The Week in Review

Suggests

Mary Gaitskill

The Last Ever Club Pop

Foscil

'2062'

'Boogie Man'

My Bloody Valentine

'The Goonies'

'17 Again'

I Love Television

I Have Nothing to Say to You

Control Tower

Sensation vs. Spectacle

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Drunk of the Week

Ronald Reagan

Crossword Solution

Wrap Around (Apr. 23)

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Wrap Around (Apr. 23)

Illustrated Comment of the Week