Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 10 - 16, 2014

Vol. 24, No. 2
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Savage Love

Quick and Dirty

New Column!

Returning Column!

Dear God: Sometimes I Feel Like a Childless DILF

I, Anonymous

Music

What Would Katy Perry Do?

Scenarios Where Katy Perry Is Your Super-Fun (But Also Kind of Horrible) Best Friend

Major Scores and Sci-Fi Revisionism

Puget Soundtracks Seeks to Reimagine Film Music

An Intimate Conversation with Yanni

One of the Greatest Composers of Our Time Discusses Jet Lag, Freestyle Swimming, and Not Getting Struck by Lightning

Scene and Heard

Music News from the 206 and Beyond

Some of That Jazz

What I'm Most Looking Forward to This Season

Never Heard of 'Em

De La Soul

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

My Philosophy

Real Names Be Proof

Poster of the Week

Underage

Theater

Thirteen Ways of Looking at Samuel Beckett

The Staging of the Invisible

How Do You Pronounce “Godot,” Anyway?

Seattle Shakespeare’s Faithful but Lively Production of Waiting for Godot, the Play That Taught Me About Adulthood

Seattle's First Samuel Beckett Theater Festival Is Under Way

Here's the Schedule

Part Two of Angels in America Is Better Than Part One

If Millennium Approaches Was a Fever Dream, Perestroika Is a Kaleidoscopic Seizure

The Inexplicable, Fascinating Cherdonna Shinatra, the Drag Queen Who's Not a Drag Queen

But She's Definitely a Star—Twinkling... Hard to Reach...

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Sept 10

Visual Art

MadArt Storefront in South Lake Union

Hey, What Is This Place?

Susan Robb Is Going from Mexico to Canada Like No Artist Has Gone Before

On her five-month walk along the Pacific Crest Trail, the artist is Instagramming nature, replicating rocks, and Facebooking the sublime. Why on earth would someone go out into the wild to blog?

Books

Neil deGrasse Tyson Is Made of Star Stuff, but His Books Are Black Holes

Like Cosmos, Only in Print and Kind of Dull

Food & Drink

In Food News: Four New Pioneer Square Places, Good-Bye to the Erotic Bakery, and Tons More

Openings, Closings, and Eater's Digest

Carmine's Place, Old and New

A Seattle Classic and Its Brand-New Little Sister

Chow Bio

Beloved Cassis, Now at the Beach

Features

Northwest African American Museum Just Became a Lot More Relevant

How Did a Historical Institution Get with the Current Moment So Quickly?

Artist Makes a Feminist Dating App and Calls It Siren

Susie Lee's Interactive Public Art About Sex, Power, and Meeting People

The Fall Is Hard—Just Look at All the Art That's Been Made About It

This is the season of Frank Sinatra and Neil Young and Beat Happening and Herman Melville and Percy and Mary Shelley and Adam and Eve and you.

Welcome to Fall A&P

Table of Contents

News

Young Blood on the Aging City Council?

26-Year-Old Halei Watkins Thinks New Rules for Local Elections Give Her a Chance to Win

Why a Seattle Cop's "Embarrassing Facebook Rant" Matters

West Precinct Sergeant Sounds Off on Race, Ferguson, and Police Militarization

Why Won't the City Council Back Up Bike-Safety Plans with Adequate Funding?

Records Show a Major Bill Had All Financial Pledges Removed

I Love Television

Peter Pansexual

Drunk of the Week

Drunk of the Week / In Memoriam

Eat a Dick, Kelly

Suggests

Samantha Scherer + Chris Crites

Eat Out on Capitol Hill

Decibel Festival

Metal Skate Night

Robert Reich

Mimosas with Mama

Haunted Horses

Astronomy Enthusiasts