Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 15 - 21, 2014

Vol. 24, No. 7
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Savage Love

Polyproblema

New Column!

Returning Column!

One Hulk’s Opinion

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

Stations of the Elevated: Earshot Jazz Festival Features a Beautiful Documentary Scored by Charles Mingus

A Documentary That Fawns Over a Podcaster

Dan Harmon Is a Cruel Drunk

Fury Can't Decide if Killing Nazis Is a Metaphor or Not

Brad Pitt's World War II Tank Movie Is Tense, but Not Quite Smart Enough

Fishing Without Nets: Yet Another Film About Africans Going Apeshit with Machine Guns

Africa Is for AK-47 Rifles

Rudderless: Sad Dad Times and Punk Rock

Social Justice Film Festival

Music

Scene and Heard

Music News from the 206 and Beyond

Prince's Excellent New Album (and Other New Album)

Upper-Echelon Groove Trumps Perfunctory Rock in the Double Return of the King

Album Reviews

New Releases from Earth, Mecca Normal, and Kane West

Data Breaker

Sharlese Metcalf, Northwest Audio Authority

KEXP's Audioasis Host Discusses Her Favorite Music and Tries to Work it Out With Her Dysfunctional Cat

The Homosexual Agenda

Poster of the Week

My Philosophy

The '90s Will Never Die, We Should Be So Lucky

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Oct 15

Food & Drink

Lunchtime!

Giving Lunch Some Respect

The View at À La Bonne Franquette Is Amazing

And the Food at Mount Baker's Favorite Bistro Is Pretty Good, Too

Bill the Butcher Closes, Grim's Gets Bought, and Single Shot Opens

This Week's Eater's Digest

Shift Drink

Drinking Fun Shots at Re:public

Suggests

Wally Shoup

Decades Cover Night

I Love Television

Zombies: Oh, Die Already!

Drunk of the Week

Kelley and the King

Last Days

Instant History for Forgetful Stoners

The Week in Review

Celebri-Days

The Week in Famousness