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95 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Jan 15-20, 2019

Bavarian Ice Fest, the Model Railroad Show, and More Unusual Events

The 58 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Jan 14-20, 2019

Photographic Center Northwest's 22nd Annual Juried Exhibition, Roe on the Rocks, and More Arts Critics' Picks

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A Seattleite's Guide to Surviving Winter with Weed

The Stranger's 2019 High-brr-nation issue includes tips about snowboarding, CBD suppositories, stoner crafts, bedroom swimming pools, and more.

Crafting Ideas for People Who Smoke a Lot of Pot

Your house is full of junk that you can turn into other junk.

A Stoner's Guide to Orbeez, the Magical Toy Taking Over the World

I got high and ordered 90,000 brightly colored little balls. Then I couldn't get them out of my apartment.

Things to Do in Seattle When You're Stoned

It's winter. It's 2019. Here are five reasons to get off your couch.

Food & Drink »

Moonlight Cafe Makes the City's Best Pho. And Yes, It's Vegetarian.

The broth alone is richer than I've had anywhere else, and the fake-meat options are staggering.

Shanghai Garden vs. Bamboo Garden

Which one is better on Christmas Day?

Ode to Dan Dan Noodles

Seven Stars Pepper makes my favorite bowl in town.

Music »

Jane Goodall and a Live Orchestra

Seattle Symphony will play Philip Glass's original score during a screening of the documentary Jane.

Weed »

Extra Virgin Weed Oil Is Being Made in Magnolia

After the extraction is complete, the Cannabis Reverend pulls a lever and out comes a gooey concentrate that looks like honey.

Most Regrettable Mistakes in the Pot Industry in 2018

From Jeff Sessions to the worst weed store in the world to the stoner down at the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board.

2018: The Year in Weed

Arts »

Cherdonna Performs at the Frye Every Day for Three Months Straight

She will be joined by her new dance troupe, DONNA, and the installation includes a giant vagina they will each be birthed from daily.

The Lost History of Female Bicycle Explorers

Tessa Hulls argues that bikes are cool toys for adventures and tools for social liberation.

Three Dance Pieces About an Increasingly Rare Thing

Whim W'Him explores getting along with each other in this hell world.

Green Guide Fall/Winter 2018 »

The Flavr Blue Won't Just Get You High—It Will Also Right the Wrongs of the Drug War

Or at least that's the idea behind the band the Flavr Blue's new self-titled strain.

They Say Cannabis Is Bad for Your Memory. Is That True?

What the latest science says.

The Best Weed Cookies I've Ever Eaten

These are not only the best edibles I've ever had—they're the best cookies, period. Here's how to make them at home.

The Most Important Weed Compound No One Is Talking About

You already know about THC and CBD. Now it's time to learn your CBGs.

Happy Hour Guide 2018 »

The Stranger's Happy Hour Guide 2018

A guide to where to drink and find Seattle's best bartenders.

The Best Happy Hours for Beer Geeks

With some notes on what I ordered recently and loved.

Seattle's Best Happy Hours for You and Your Dog

Art and Performance Winter 2018 »

Anthony White's Eye-Popping Paintings

He loves to paint naked bathroom selfies of his friends and still-lifes of millennial trash.

Zadie Smith Declines to Comment

She did not want to talk about call-out culture. But she is still willing to write about it.

Clarinet Virtuoso Kinan Azmeh Premieres a New Concerto with the Seattle Symphony

Followed by a performance with the Silk Road Ensemble.

Five Hundred Actors Auditioned to Play the Lead in Annie, and These Two Girls Got the Part

Behind-the-scenes facts about the 5th Avenue Theatre's new production of the classic musical.