Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 3 - 9, 2015

Vol. 24, No. 40
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Savage Love

The Affairs

New Column!

One Hulk's Opinion: Meet Hulk Daughter... Lisa Hulk!

Meet Hulk Daughter... Lisa Hulk!

I, Anonymous

Music

Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker Approach Adulthood on Girlpool's Debut Album, Before the World Was Big

Data Breaker

Pole and Shifted at Kremwerk, Rone and Lusine (featuring Trent Moorman) at Crocodile

Bully's Alicia Bognanno on the Hard Work of Keeping Things Simple

The Homosexual Agenda

SIFF Gives Gay-La, Bleep Bloop and Yhetti Get Shamed, Riff-Raff's Night Crush

My Philosophy

New Music from Chance the Rapper and Sax G

Stranglers Founder and Solo Artist Hugh Cornwell Remembers His Late Drummer and Friend Darius Minwalla

Poster of the Week

Seattle Mini Maker Faire

The High List: Recommended Events for Stoners

Yes to Equal Rights, No to Shrimp Chips

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of June 3

Food & Drink

Why Is Herring So Hard to Find?

A Movement Is Under Way to Bring Back the Bony Fish—Once a Staple of the Seattle Diet and Plentiful in Puget Sound

Features

None of the 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates Care Much About Climate Change

Distressingly, Most Voters Across the Country Don't Either

What Seattle Will Look Like After 2050 If We Don't Get Real About Climate Change

Here's What the Data Tell Us

News

Seattle Finally Hired Someone to Enforce Its New Minimum-Wage Law

Intriguingly, Even After Business and Labor Agreed on Four Finalists for the Job, the Mayor Picked Someone Else

Last Days

Last Days: The Week in Review

Deadly Weather, Stabby Swordfish, and the GOP's Molestation Problem

I Love Television

I Love TV

Hannibal The Cannibal

Drunk of the Week