Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 1 - 7, 2014

Vol. 24, No. 5
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Savage Love

Friend in Need

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

Why Gone Girl's 2,000 Plot Twists Don't Matter

David Fincher's Latest Is About Something More Meaningful Than Ben Affleck's Creepy Smile

Pacific Aggression: Addicted to Social Networking

The Liberator: The Rise and Fall of Simón Bolívar

Advanced Style: Independent and Stylish Older Women

The Equalizer: Best Home Depot Commercial Ever!

Kelly & Cal: Ex-Rocker Trapped in Suburbia

Annabelle: Scares the Willing

Pump: What to Do About Our Dependency on Cars?

Festive

Seattle Polish Film Festival

Music

Ballard's Macefield Music Festival Hits a Growth Spurt

Seven Bands You Should Not Miss

Aphex Twin's Syro Blurs the Lines of High and Low Culture

Richard D. James is at Home Between the Profane and the Profound

Scene and Heard

Music News from the 206 and Beyond

On Natalie Merchant's Motherland Album Cover (Again)

Charles Mudede Uses 823 Words to Talk About the Album Cover to an Album He Has Never Listened To

DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist Spin the Story of Hiphop Using Afrika Bambaataa's Sacred Vinyl Collection

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

My Philosophy

Two New Local Signings and a Bunch of Bullshit

Poster of the Week

Underage

Theater

Love During Wartime in Mary's Wedding

John Langs Directs a Teary WWI Romance Without Stooping to Sappiness

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Oct 1

Visual Art

Art in a Cage

How Can Artists Make Work About Prison?

Books

You're Never Normal When You're in Love

The Joy and Heartbreak of Intertwining Memoirs by Transgender Teenagers

Food & Drink

Renee Erickson Says Hello

An Interview on the Occasion of the Release of Her Adorable Book

Malay Satay Hut Is Closed, Plus Six Openings and More

This Week's Eater's Digest

Chow Bio

Meet Colonel Custard at Mae James Coffee

Features

The Egyptian Movie Theater Reopens This Weekend!

So let's take a moment to look back at its past, its ghosts, and its men's room. Plus, an interview with a former Egyptian popcorn seller.

The Best Movies Playing at SIFF Cinema Egyptian in October, According to Us

News

How Many Police Officers Is “Enough”?

Mayor Murray Says He Wants to Hire 100 More Police Officers, but Saying It Is the Easy Part

Last Days

Looking Up the Butts of 1,000 Doves

Last Days: The Week in Review

I Love Television

The Flash: Not So Grumpy!

Drunk of the Week

This Is War!

Suggests

‘Nas: Time Is Illmatic’

Green Plate Special Garden Gala

The 12th Annual Stranger Genius Awards

Tonstartssbandht

Ease Your Hangover

‘Arturo Artorez: Drawing Numbers’

‘The Vaudevillians’

‘Cherdonna: Worth My Salt’