Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 10 - 16, 2015

Vol. 24, No. 41
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Savage Love

Transitions

New Column!

Music

Sufjan Stevens Returns to His Orderly Ways for Carrie & Lowell, but I Still Prefer The Age of Adz

Kinski's New Album 7 (or 8) Gets Straight to the Point

Frontman Chris Martin Talks About How the Band Stopped Worrying About Success and Focused on Making Music

OCnotes, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Music

The High List: Recommended Events for Stoners

The Finest of Theater, Dance, Painting, and Air Guitar Championships

Steve Fisk, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Music

Chastity Belt, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominees in Music

Anatomy of a Backlash

Pickwick's Pockets of Latent Anger

Frontman Galen Disston Talks Anger, Masculinity, and Autobiographical Writing

The Homosexual Agenda

Screaming Pixies at Pony, Ben Brings Us Boylesque, Karen Carpenter's Prayers

Data Breaker

Sea and Cake's Prekop Makes a Wonky Electronic Detour, Rock Drummer Meridian Arc Turns Darkly Cinematic on Synths

Poster of the Week

Poster for Songs in the Key of D

Theater

Cherdonna, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Performance

Matt Smucker, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Performance

Charles Leggett, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Performance

Show Us Your Dressing Room, Quinn Franzen

Backstage at ACT Theatre's Production of Threesome

On the Spectrum

How the FCC Is About to Cost Small Theaters a Fortune

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of June 10

Books

Yussef El Guindi, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Literature

Maria Semple, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Literature

Ann Pancake, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Literature

The City Was Taking a Deep Breath Before It Screamed for 20 Years

A List of Things That Didn't Kill Me: Author Jason Schmidt on Seattle's Transformations

Food & Drink

There's No Place in Seattle Like Song Phang Kong

One Woman, Four Tables, and Delicious Laotian Food

Features

The 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominees

And the Rest of the Summer Issue of Seattle Art and Performance

Camming Is Not Like Any Other Kind of Sex Work

Live, Interactive, and Relationship-Based, Camming Is Changing Sex on the Internet

News

City Officials Reject Creating a Municipal Broadband Network to Compete with Comcast

But Activists Say They'll Keep Fighting for Public Utility–Run Broadband

Last Days

Last Days: The Week in Review

Transgender Visibility, Incriminating Spit, and More Troubling Duggar Fuckery

I Love Television

I Love TV

Amnesiacs in Spaaaaace!

Drunk of the Week

Look, a Drunk Cock!