Print Edition for the week of
May. 14 - 20, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 37
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Savage Love

Hookup Shook Up

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

The Opposite of Naturalism Is Truth

How Wes Anderson Went from a Fuckin' Innocent to a Civilized Wild Animal

Music

My Philosophy

Who Do You Love?

Fresh Edutainment

UW's Rainy Dawg Radio Secretly Rules

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Arrival of the Fittest

Survival Knife Fight Their Way Out of Nowhere

Poster of the Week

Underage

Theater

Improvising a Bad Marriage

An Improvised Hiphop Opera Needs Real Freestyle Spitters

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of May 14

Visual Art

The Man Behind Mark Tobey's Famous Breakthrough

Frye Art Museum Reveals Teng Baiye's Overlooked Influence on American Art

Books

When Kim-An Lieberman Died, We Lost a Great Seattle Poet

In Orbit Is Her Last Gift to Us

Food & Drink

Shift Drink

Seth Sempere Is a Sucker for the Sazeracs at Suite 410

Out of the Pizza Place

Caffe Delia in White Center Gets Its Own Digs

Features

Schnoz Célèbre

Macklemore’s Dabbling with a Dubious Jewish Stereotype Nearly Blew Up the Internet

Cinco de Mayo and Dressing Up Like "a Mexican"

The Controversy Over a Taco Contest and Tequila Pub Crawl in Seattle

News

Done Deal?

The Mayor's $15-Minimum-Wage Legislation Is "a House of Cards," and That May Be Its Greatest Strength

The Conservative Progressive Plan to Save Seattle's Bus Service

Mayor Ed Murray's Networked, Pugilistic Approach to Politics Is Winning

News Shorts

News, Gossip, and Hobbit Town

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

The 9 Percent Solution

Drunk of the Week

Suggests