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Mar. 2 - 8, 2016

Vol. 25, No. 27
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Savage Love

Four Word Limit

New Column!

Guest Editorial: Every Tuesday Is Super Tuesday!

I, Anonymous

Go Get 'Em, Gay Tiger!

Music

Theater

What's in Your Dressing Room, Robbie Turner?

We're Not Just Rooting for Robbie Turner to Win the New Season of RuPaul's Drag Race Because She's Our Local Girl—We're Rooting for Her Because She Is So Damn Talented

Do Presidential Assassins Have a Right to Be Happy?

There has never been a better time to stage Assassins, the Sondheim musical about presidential shooters, delusions of grandeur, and the ugly side of the American dream.

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of March 2

We Saw You

Visual Art

In the Fight for an Affordable Seattle, Which Side Is the Frye Art Museum On?

Anatomy of a Painting

Brenna Youngblood’s Wild

Wagner's Operas Saved My Uncle's Life and Reordered the Tectonics of His Psyche

He was a Painter Who Showed Me the Beauty and Dangers of Being an Other

Books

Claudia Rankine's Citizen Will Take You Two Hours to Read, but It Will Stay with You for the Rest of Your Life

If You Can't Get in to Her Sold-Out Seattle Arts & Lectures Talk, Just Stay Home and Read Citizen

Don Mee Choi's New Book, Hardly War, Is Challenging but Powerful Political Poetry

Her Book of Poems Might Be Too Academic for Some Readers, but You Must Watch Her Perform It

Ghosts of Seattle Past Creates Art Out of Seattle's Favorite Pastime: Talking About What Used to Be Here

Oh Yeah, and They're Throwing an Irish Wake for the City on Saint Patrick's Day

Food & Drink

The Story of Queen Anne Beerhall

The building was constructed in 1949, there are 25 beers on tap, and entrées here are very generous—likely more than one person can eat.

Features

Person of Interest

Jana Brevick: Artist and Experimental Interactionist

News

The Weed Delivery Bill in Olympia Is Effectively Dead

And Other Marijuana News

Pioneer Square Residents Just Blocked an Apartment Building They Say Is "Out of Scale" with Their Neighborhood

But for Seattle to Grow—and Address Its Housing Crisis—Bigger Buildings Must Go Somewhere

What Will It Take for Washington State to Put a Price on Carbon?

A Controversial Carbon Tax Is Going on the November Ballot—But Critics Say Hard Conversations About Race and Social Justice Need to Happen First