Print Edition for the week of
May. 28 - Jun. 3, 2009

Vol. 18, No. 37
Cover art by Atticus Jackson To see more, go to www.atticusjackson.com.

Film

The Fantastical Weirdness of Up

You Will Cry

Concessions

SIFFless IN SEATTLE

DVD Review: Sprawling from Grace

Cars Are Bad 101

Music

Life Experience

Shooting the Shit with Olympia Punk Band Gun Outfit

Tongues and Tales

The Phases of Jenny Lewis

Trash Talk

An Interview with Chain and the Gang

Wind It Up Already

The Prodigy Must Die

Fucking in the Streets

Overheard at Sasquatch!

Funky Dialectic

The Pack's Sneaker-Anthem Synthesis

Up & Coming

This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties

Data Breaker

Prince Charming and Son of Rose: Gone but Not Forgotten

It's a Hit

New Singles from Tommy Sparks, Lily Allen, Cobblestone Jazz, and the

Party Crasher

Glitallica

My Philosophy

J Dilla's Jay Stay Paid

Poster of the Week

Trevor Basset

The Score

Going Waco

Underage

The Hive Dwellers

Food & Drink

Taking It to the Streets

Can Seattle Finally Become a Decent Street-Food City?

Bar Exam

Hot for Teacher: Mary Kay Letourneau at Fuel

The Happiest Hour

The Buck

News

The Rub

Inside the Alleged Eastlake Brothel

State of the Start-ups

It's Not Easy Being Online-Only

Books

My Year of Hitler

Six Things I Learned from Reading 8,000 Pages About the Nazis

Features

Text Message from a Toxic-Waste Site

How do you build luxury condos on top of a Superfund site? Inside one of the most audacious, complicated, and controversial real-estate projects in the state.