Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 3 - 9, 2011

Vol. 20, No. 28

Savage Love

Had to Get Away

I, Anonymous

Three the Hard Way

Film

Another Earth: There's Another You Somewhere, and They're Just as Depressed

Art House

Fantasia Is Fucking Racist

Rise of the Planet of the Apes: You Will Not Die of Boredom

I Love Television

Animals Can Hurt!

The Devil's Double: All Hail Dominic Fucking Cooper!

The Man Who Fell to Earth: Boring, Ballsy, Bowie

Concessions

THE CHANGE-UP

Music

Still Alive Undead

My Life as a Slayer Discography

LA, Vermont, Detroit, and Seattle

King Tuff Discusses Cities, the Doughnut Robot, and Peanut Butter

Sound Check

Jesse Sykes & the Sweet Hereafter: Marble Son, Wrangled Chaos

Break Open the Crust

Skarp Can't Keep a Good Thing Off the Burner

What Color Are Your Fingernails Right Now?

Pictureplane Discusses Trance, Aliens, and Occultism

Up & Coming

Lose your white mold every night this week!

My Philosophy

The Physics' Love Is a Business

Data Breaker

Digitalism, Dntel, Jam Jam

Underage

All-Ages Shows

The Homosexual Agenda

An Ugly Rumor About Pony

Chuckletown, USA

Questions and Answers with Comedian Brett Hamil

Poster of the Week

Poster by Andrew Saeger

Theater

African Laughter vs. European Dread

Charles Mudede Finally Attends the Opera That Has Haunted His Music Collection for as Long as He Can Remember

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of August 3

Visual Art

This Gay Show

A Revolution at Tacoma Art Museum

In Art News

The Queen

Books

Suicide by Pastry

To Protest Privilege, a Privileged Girl Eats Herself to A Sweet Death

Nightstand

My New Favorite Newspaper

Food & Drink

The Economic Theory of Sandwiches

Chelsea Deli Kicks Corporate Ass

Happiest Hour

Back Door at Roxy's

Features

Books Without Borders

My Life at the World's Dumbest Bookstore Chain

A Quick and Dirty Guide to Rejecting the Tunnel

You’ve read our billion-word screeds on everything that’s wrong with the proposed Seattle deep-bore tunnel. Here’s a handy boiled-down version for those with short attention spans.

News

The Great Slackline Debate

A Controversy Over an "Emerging" Sport in Seattle Parks That Involves Attaching Rock-Climbing Gear to Trees

Does Seattle Need to Fund Its Own Transit?

Suburban Lawmakers Crippled Regional Transportation Planning, Then Tried to Kill It for Being Inefficient

Sources Say

What People Are Whispering About

Sports Blotter

Dear Science

Suggests

Califone

‘Attack the Block’

‘Porgy and Bess’

‘Come to Now’

Kola Boof

'Taxi Driver'

Hempfest

Cocktails for a Cause

'Not to Scale'

Sade

Seattle Tattoo Expo

A Proper Daiquiri

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Pig & Pipes

Songs About Books

Mail Your Ballot

Master Pancake Theater's 'The Breakfast Club'

Drunk of the Week

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

Podcasts

Savage Love Episode 251

Last Days

This Week in Review

Worn Out

Patrick Angus, Window Man