Matthew Stadler

Recent Articles

25 Years of the Stranger Oct 12 4:00 AM

Let's Get Lost

Stumbling Through the Biggest Pull-Tab Market in America—Originally Published in The Stranger on January 1, 1998

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Extras Jun 26 4:00 AM

Alternatives to Pride

An Anecdotal History of Shame

Visual Art Jul 27 4:00 AM

Negative Seattle

Grand Boulevards, Tiki Villages, Miles-Long Salmon Streams, a Mies, and More Projects Almost Built Here

Film/TV Jul 13 4:00 AM

Guided by Voices

A Bike Cop in the Seattle Wilderness

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Books May 18 4:00 AM

Losing You Might Be the Best Thing Yet

What Has Become of Cities

Visual Art Jan 12 4:00 AM

Sister Cities

On Exhibit in Portland and Vancouver

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News Dec 16 4:00 AM

Letter From Portland

Brown at the Edges with a Chewy White Center

Theater May 11 4:00 AM

Fools & Heroes

Marianne Weems and the Builders Association at On The Boards

Film/TV Mar 2 4:00 AM

The World Is Too Much

French Filmmaking at Its Most Operatic

News Dec 9 4:00 AM

Love & War

For a brief moment last week, Seattle became a real city full of conflict, dialogue, and people without shopping bags. Then came the police.