Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 2 - 8, 2009

Vol. 18, No. 42

Savage Love

Take a Hike

I, Anonymous

Music

Lens Crafters

For Dirty Projectors, the Medium Is the Message

Do You Believe in Black Magic?

The Evil Chemistry Experiments of Are You a Cat?

Lucky Number 11

The Peripatetic Career of Jason Webley

Not Guilty!

Crimes for Which Mad Rad Have Been Acquitted: A Comprehensive List

Life in the Void

Tiny Vipers' New Album, Life on Earth

Data Breaker

Acid-Techno Wiz Armani and Tectonic Plates

It's a Hit

Party Crasher

Nirvana Postponed

My Philosophy

The Physics, Shabazz Palaces, and Mos Def

Poster of the Week

The Score

UW School of Music, Anew

Up & Coming

This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties

Underage

A Review of the Bend-It Festival

Theater

Couples in Trouble

Young Love, Old Love, Gay Love, Straight Love

Visual Art

Sometimes Water Is Deep

The Art Melts at Western Bridge

Books

The Church of Hate

A New Book About White Supremacists Explains Why You Should Worry

Something Completely Different

You Will Be Thrizzled

Two British Writers Murder Batman and Superman

Food & Drink

Bar Exam

Awesomest Soccer Bars

Ballroom Dining

Upstairs at Odd Fellows Hall: The Tin Table

The Happiest Hour

The Dray

Features

Paul Constant Reviews Twitter

Has Twitter changed the world? Has it changed journalism? Has it changed writing? Is it necessary? Is it ever going to stop?

News

The Beginning of the End for the City Attorney

Are Tom Carr's Days Numbered?

Is the Recession Driving Up Crime?

A Closer Look at the "40-Year-Low Crime Rate" Touted Once Again by the Mayor Earlier This Week

Crime Scene

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

America: Why I Love Her (More!)

Control Tower

Hell Hath No Fury

Public Editor

Drunk of the Week

My Mom

Crossword Solution

Power Grid (July 2)

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Power Grid (July 2)

Illustrated Comment of the Week