Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 6 - 12, 2013

Vol. 22, No. 23
Car Crash 9 by Nicola Verlato (nicolaverlato.com)
Courtesy of Roq la Rue Gallery (roqlarue.com).

Savage Love

Cuck You

Film

Older, Ornerier, More Honest

Michael Apted's Great Documentary Opus Continues

The Ultimate Colonial Crime

The Personal Folds into the Political in Tabu

Art House

We Don't Care About Music Anyway

Prescription for a Mindfuck

A Pharmacological Thriller from Steven Soderbergh

I, Anonymous

Nightclubbed

Music

The Best of Everything

So Much to Like at This Upcoming Show

The Return of the Return

The 10th Anniversary of Specs One's Classic

Up & Coming

Lose your pineapple-flavored tropi-pop every night this week!

The Young Ones

Meet This Year's Sound Off! Semifinalists

My Philosophy

Cam'ron and Nacho Picasso

Never Heard of 'Em

Operation Ivy

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Puke

Data Breaker

Psychemagik, Bankie Phones, Airport, Matt Carlson, Panabrite

Sound Check

UUVVWWZ Are Open to Signs and Mud

Underage

Ghost Mice, Red Liquid, and Matt Carlson

Poster of the Week

Poster by Darin Shuler

The Homosexual Agenda

Gays and Their Wads, Masters and Servants

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Feb 6

Visual Art

The Protest Artist

Richard Correll Was Endearing, but His Prints Are Fierce

Loose Lips

Arts Gossip

Ghost Buildings

Art in the Fourth Dimension

Books

Scientology Exposed

The Exhaustively Researched Tell-All the World's Been Waiting For

Dear Diarists

Heroines Sees a Bright Future for the Forgotten Literary Woman

Food & Drink

Now Open

New Places for Stuffing Faces

A Guilty Pleasure, Heavy on the Guilt

Sometimes I Like Going to The Rock Wood-Fired Pizza & Spirits

Features

The Twilight of Yesler Terrace

The End of the Ghetto That Wasn't

News

Should Taxpayers Pay Politicians to Run for Office?

City Officials Consider Ballot Measure to Publicly Fund Campaigns

Paying More for a Drip

Local Coffee Chain Owner Adds Surcharge for Paid Sick Leave

They Say They're Not NIMBYs

Meet the Residents of South Lake Union Fighting Taller Buildings

We're Number One at Taxing the Poor

Study Finds Washington State Maintains Nation's Most Regressive Tax System

Sources Say

News That's Even Easier to Ignore Than County Politics

Drunk of the Week

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

I Love Television

A Tale of Two Biebers

Last Days

The Week in Review

Podcasts

Savage Love Episode 329

Suggests

‘Tabu’

‘Vivian Maier: Out of the Shadows’

‘Side Effects’

Double Duchess, Glitterbang, Hoot N Howl

Caffe Torino

Karen Finneyfrock

Rakim

Camper Van Beethoven

Fiction

Dear Eddie