Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 10 - 16, 2012

Vol. 22, No. 6
Photo by Kelly O


A-Plus Knockoff

Seven Psychopaths Does Off-Brand Tarantino Right

Almost Legal

The Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Turns 17

Hostage Heist

Ben Affleck Rubs Up Against History in Argo

Art House

I Stand Corrected: Jennifer Leitham and the New Spirit of Jazz


The World Is Jazz

Earshot Jazz Festival Is Open to Every Possibility

"Fearless, Totally Ready to Look Ugly"

40-Plus Years On, Faust Are Still Keeping Krautrock Weird

Up & Coming

Lose your flag of brutality every night this week!

Sound Check

Karen Thomas: Conductor, Composer, Badass

My Philosophy

Macklemore, Kendrick Lamar, Das Racist, Mikey Rocks

Never Heard of 'Em

Terry Riley

Data Breaker

Com Truise, Grimes, Elite Gymnastics, Motor 3 with Patternmaster


Mount Eerie, JEFF the Brotherhood

Poster of the Week

Poster by David Bratton

The Homosexual Agenda

Fashion Goes Cabaret for Women, Elvira's Boobs Pose with You


Punch-Drunk Love

Pullman Porter Blues at Seattle Rep and Superior Donuts at Seattle Public Theater

Food & Drink

Chow Bio

"Candy" Randy's Edible Rainbow

Barbecue with Valet Parking

Eatin' and Thinkin' at Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen in Ballard


Guerrrilla Army

City Hall Is Frowning on the People Who Are Painting Seattle Pink

Sources Say

Gossip About Nasty Gays, Filthy Beggars, and Big Bird

Visual Art

Instant History

A Shop on Capitol Hill Where the Polaroid Rises Again

Too Much Information

Pussy Riot, Trayvon Martin, and a Show That Isn't About Anything

Loose Lips

Arts Gossip


Dean Young Cares About You

Old People, Irony, and Maintaining Your Spirit in Benaroya Hall

Nixon's Heart

A. M. Homes Argues That Even Creeps and Broken Families Deserve Love