Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 26 - Mar. 4, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 26
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Savage Love

Anger Issues

I, Anonymous

Film

Festive

The Chosen Festival

Reservation Time

Winter in the Blood Is a Film That Moves Like No Other

Music

Get Raucous at Balkan Night Northwest

Scare Away the Evils of Winter with Dazzling Costumes, Boisterous Music, and All-Inclusive Dancing

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Baby Oil

Sound Check

Kinski's Cosy Moments and Pure Volume

Data Breaker

Magma Festival's Subterranean Weirdness

Highlights of the Seventh Year of Hollow Earth Radio's Monthlong Music Adventure

The Homosexual Agenda

My Philosophy

You Might Think You Can Rap—But Can You Help?

Poster of the Week

Underage

Theater

Bureaucrats and Gunmen

The Shattering Relevance of Seattle Opera's The Consul

The Curtain and the Monster

The Two Best Things About Book-It's Frankenstein; Or, the Modern Prometheus

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Feb 26

Visual Art

Echoes and Loss

The Visceral Vibrations of Two New Exhibits

Food & Drink

Chow Bio

Whiskey and Boxty Cakes at Shawn O'Donnell's

Tallulah's Best-of-the-'70s Chic

Linda Derschang's Latest Is Different

Shift Drink

Anu Apte's Belltown Hangout

Features

Guide to AWP for People Who Don't Know What an AWP Is

It Stands for Association of Writers & Writing Programs— Just Say "Book Nerd Fest"—and It's in Seattle This Weekend

Guide to Seattle for AWPers Who've Never Been to Seattle Before

Hey, You. Yeah, You. Book Nerd. Forget the Literary Conference You Came to Town for and Spend Your Time Exploring the Most Literary City in the United Goddamned States of America Instead.

News

Mayor Murray's Very Bad Week with the Cops

Murray and His Chief Are Letting Officers Off the Hook for Misconduct

Seattle Teachers Vow to Boycott a New Standardized Test

But Can They Beat Back the Obama Administration?

News Shorts

News So Short, It Fits in Print

Kill the Medical Marijuana Bill

Music Community Backlash at Mayor

Despite Message of Inclusivity, Ed Murray Ignored Key Players and Fired a Popular Music Office Director

Last Days

The Week in Review

Slog

Youth Pastor Watch

I Love Television

I Don't Kill Anybody

Drunk of the Week

Suggests

Pictures of Gentrification

“The Lover, the Sufi, and the Friend”

Seattle: City of Literature

Jeru the Damaja, Porter Ray

‘Queen Shmooquan: I Own Me’

Pettirosso

‘Leprechaun’ in HeckleVision

Nils Frahm

‘Heaven and Earth Magic’

Worn Out