Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 4 - 10, 2015

Vol. 24, No. 27
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Savage Love

Brief of Hearts

I, Anonymous

Music

You Need to Hear Seattle-Based Somali Rappers Malitia MaliMob's New Album. Umm, it's Called ISIS

The Coldbrew Collective Are Some Real Sons of Glitches

How Two Seattle Artists Make Beautiful, Unpredictable Images from Analog/Digital Collisions

Denny Laine of Wings and the Moody Blues Talks Rock 'n' Roll Longevity

"There Is No Formula. You Just Do It."

The High List: Recommended Events for Stoners

Chimurenga Renaissance, Chastity Belt, and Chappie

Data Breaker

Caribou's Blissful Dance Numbers, Mood Organ's Maleficent Synth Opuses

The Homosexual Agenda

The TRu-umphant RuTurn of RuPaul! Also: Mermaids

Poster of the Week

Poster by Tory Franklin

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of March 4

Food & Drink

Capitol Hill's New Single Shot Could Be So Great

If Only Its Food Was Less Fussy

Features

The Architect Who Wants to Redesign Being Dead

What if We Composted Our Bodies Instead of Burying or Cremating Them? The Revolutionary Idea Behind the Urban Death Project

A Stunning Overreach from the DEA Is Playing Out in Eastern Washington

In Federal Court, There’s No Such Thing as Medical Marijuana—So a Rural Family of Medical Marijuana Patients Is Being Treated Like Drug Traffickers

My Night with Jeffrey Dahmer

The "Woo Girls" Street Artist Is Not Hiding from Anyone

John Criscitello Explains His Anti-Gentrification Graffiti and How He's Turned Provocation into Collectible Art

News

What Happened to Bike Activism in Seattle?

With the Decline of Critical Mass and the Changes at Cascade Bicycle Club, It's Not Clear Who's Going to Stand Up for Cyclists

Last Days

Last Days: The Week in Review

Internet Freedom and the Fight for the Right to Suck Bloody Baby Wang

I Love Television

I, Cybercriminal

Drunk of the Week