Print Edition for the week of
Oct. 12 - 18, 2011

Vol. 21, No. 6

Savage Love

Pumped-Up Junk

I, Anonymous

Diagnosis: Karma


Gay Life, Writ Large

Huge Movements and Tiny Moments at the 16th Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

Art House

Silent Souls

Black Power Mixtape: A Beguiling Swedish Spin on Crucial American History

Restless: Gus Van Sant’s Lyrically Conventional Ode to Beautiful Young Death

The Big Year Is a Terrible, Terrible Movie

The Thing: Flamethrowers, Pants-Crappers, and Backward Somersaults

I Love Television

How to Kill That Zombie


We Can Work It Out

Behind the Scenes with Seattle Rock Orchestra

The Accidental Anti-Diva

Geoff Barrow Protégé Anika Takes Dub into an Odd Future

Talkin' Punk to the Masses

Forty People on What Punk Means to Them

New Column!

Pomplamoose Haiku Contest!

Up & Coming

Lose your heroin-shooting Puerto Rican street punk every night this week!

My Philosophy

Big Rob, Occupy Wall Street, and Street Level Records

Sound Check

Battles Cut You Open with Gloss Drop

Chuckletown, USA

Coco Peru and Keith Lowell Jensen

Data Breaker

Walls, Saturday Morning Cartoon, Ms. Manchester

The Homosexual Agenda

Trouble with Melissa Manchester, and Coco Peru at Re-Bar


So Long, and Thanks for All the Fits

Poster of the Week

Poster by Lil Tuffy


The Next Action Heroes

Nanda's Deconstructionist Fight-Scene Theater

After the Killing Fields

Growing Up Khmer in Long Beach

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Oct 12

Visual Art

After the Boom

Mika Tajima Responds to the Collapse of WaMu in the Gallery at SAM

Low Definition

The Meaning of "Terrorism," 10 Years Later


The World Is Not Modern

A Contrarian Look at Stephen Greenblatt's Half-Full Glass

Their Hearts Were Broken by Books

Two Books on the Awful Things Books Do to Us

Prison Planet

We Need to Talk About Who We're Throwing in Jail

Food & Drink

Flaming Broths and Gelatinous Tendons

Seattle's Pho Club Is as Crazy as People Who Don't Like Pho

Chow Bio

Lara Hamilton, Owner of Book Larder


Fuck You, Big Banks

Four Stranger Writers Tell Their Banks Where to Stick It

Here's What We Want

Talking Points for the Occupation


Seattle, Occupied

The Emergence of a Movement, the City's Botched Reaction, and What It Means to Be Part of the 99 Percent

Last Days

The Week in Review

Whoa, the Horror

Sports Blotter


Dear Science


National Day of Action


Nanda: ‘The Jacket’



‘Night of the Living Dead’ and ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre’

Verse Chapter Verse

King Tuff

The War on Drugs, Purling Hiss

Drunk of the Week

What Do You Do?

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger


Savage Love Episode 261