Print Edition for the week of
Nov. 21 - 27, 2012

Vol. 22, No. 12

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by Jasmine Iona Brown
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The Lying Disease

Why Would Someone Want to Fake a Serious Illness on the Internet?


Elephants in Donkey Costumes?

How Two Men Elected as Democrats Could Hand Washington State to the Republicans

Sources Say

Fresh, Penis-Free News


Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Nov 21

Drunk of the Week

Lava Lounge 4-Ever!

Worn Out

Cock Rock and Fashion



Savage Love


I, Anonymous

Barley Deserves Better

Last Days

The Week in Review

New Column!

Winners of HUMP! 2012

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

I Love Television

Let's Have a Liz & Dick Thanksgiving! (Eww.)


Record Store Day

Black Friday Edition

The History and Future of a Local Hiphop Label

Sportn' Life Records Celebrates 10 Years of Strictly Business

Up & Coming

Lose your Garcia-esque mellifluousness every night this week!

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Dads

Sound Check

Thanksgiving with Dethklok and He Whose Ox Is Gored

Data Breaker

Voltage Control, Skynet, the Insiders, Post Terrestrial

My Philosophy

Sportn' Life Records: 10 Years of Seattle Hiphop Greatness


Math the Band, Reignwolf

The Homosexual Agenda

Skankin' Up the Giving; A Legend Returns, Xmess-Style

Poster of the Week

Poster by Dax Anderson


Tolstoy 2.0

Anna Karenina Is Like an Episode of Bad Girls Club with Half the Vodka

Rise of the Guardians: It Rises… and Falls

Magical Thinking

Jennifer Lawrence Is the Best Thing About the Very Good Silver Linings Playbook

Pretty, Vacant

Life of Pi Is a Dumb and Gorgeous Thing

Art House

The Best Film Ever About a House DJ

Red Dawn: Total Garbage!

A Royal Affair: A Sad, Lush Tale with Great Acting


The Universal Absorbent

ChuMinh Tofu & Veggie Deli Is a No-Frills Vegan Delight

Chow Bio

Raygun Lounge Brings Gamers Out of the Closet

The Happiest Hour

Ridge Pizza on Phinney Ridge


Loose Lips

Does Steven Spielberg Want More Out of Life?


Assume Nothing

An Anthology That Points the Way for the Future of Writing