Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 24 - 30, 2012

Vol. 22, No. 8
NoNo Ono of the band Ononos
Photo by Kelly O


The Two Faces of Gael Tarleton

The President of Seattle's Port Commission Wants to Go to Olympia—Which Makes Her Former Supporters Nervous


Romney's Obama Mask Doesn't Fit

Sexist Sergeant?

John Urquhart May Be a Shitty Manager, But He's No Misogynist

Sources Say

News So Slanted the Words Slide Off


Haunting Memory

The Ghosts in Turn of the Screw and Kwaidan Are Memories Without Bodies

Food & Drink

Be Afraid—Be Very, Very Afraid

We Tasted All the New Halloween Candy So That You Don't Have To

The Happiest Hour

Cutters Crabhouse


Ononos Must Be Seen to Be Believed

Seattle's Spookiest Band, Ononos, Are Out of This World

Dan Deacon

On America and America

Seven Scary Album Reviews

That Don't Have Anything to Do with Halloween

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Puke

Never Heard of 'Em

Siouxsie and the Banshees

Up & Coming

Lose your Ramones-themed bedspread every night this week!

Sound Check

The Other Lives of Others Lives

Data Breaker

Crystal Castles, Manifold Motion, Laptop Battle, Slugabed

My Philosophy

Halloween Biz, Blue Sky Black Death, Bambu

The Homosexual Agenda

Ghostly Terrors, Kooks, and Big Brass Bands

Poster of the Week

Poster by Chelsea Wirtz


White Coward, Casy & Brian, No Babies, Dan Deacon

Visual Art

So Close, So Far Away

An Artist and Her Unknown Homeland

Loose Lips

The End of an Era, the Loudest Band in Seattle, and the Room the Girl Was Murdered In

Scare the Audience

How Do You Say "Fuck You" to Bullshit Art?


It's Not About the Stoners

People Will Give You a Lot of Reasons to Vote to Legalize Pot on November 6, but You're Not Going to Hear Much About the One That Matters Most

Halloween 2012

All the Halloween Parties, Concerts, and Events, in Seattle!