Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 27 - Jul. 3, 2012

Vol. 21, No. 43

Savage Love

Just Out

I, Anonymous

Eat It


Art House

A Homeless Man Reviewed a Long and Important Art House Film

God Bless America: A Blood-Soaked Satire for the Whole Family

Tampa Strip

Magic Mike’s Art-House Camp

New Czech Films at SIFF: Czech It Out!

Polisse: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit—en Francais!

I Love TV

America Loves Things


The Four-Stringed Wonder

Eddie Vedder and Jake Shimabukuro on the Ukulele Revival

Up & Coming

Lose your perfect oxymoron every night this week!

Sound Check

Meat Loaf Hasn't Stopped Being Meat Loaf

Data Breaker

Dancing in Esperanto with Balkan Beat Box, Rob Angus, Nu:Tone

My Philosophy

El-P and Killer Mike's Urban Horror Chamber

Never Heard of 'Em

Kate Bush's Hounds of Love

The Homosexual Agenda

Purse Trails and Time Machines, Witches Titties and Sparkly Queens

Poster of the Week

Poster by Shogo Ota


Hausu, Fusion Cafe, Seacats, So You Think You Can Sleep

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of June 27

Visual Art

What We Lost That We Never Had

The Ghost of 26th Avenue and the Artists He Haunts

The Unfamiliar

Nothing Is Where It Should Be in Keith Tilford's Paintings

Loose Lips

A Certain Movie Star, Tom Cruise, the N-Word, and Disappearing Directors


After Cleopatra

Jess Walter's Beautiful Ruins Is One of the Best Novels of the Year

Food & Drink

Happiest Hour


One Hundred Percent Chance of Sun

Summertime at Seattle Fish Company


Seattle's Best Christians

They're Not All Homophobic, Science-Denying, Uterus-Controlling, Government-Dismantling Jerks—Praise the Lord!


Does His Name Sound Too Mexican?

How a Highly Qualified Justice's Last Name Could Cost Him the Election Against an Unqualified—but Anglo—Opponent


City Reverses Ban on a Woman Swimming Topless in Public Pools—Considers "Wholesale" Policy Change

Sources Say

Gossip, Tidbits, and Tendrils

Last Days

The Week in Review


Savage Love Episode 298

Public Editor

A Critical Overview of The Stranger

Drunk of the Week


Intiman Theatre Festival

Talib Kweli

Bastille Day!

Punk Rock Karaoke

‘Happiness Rides Wide’

Greenwood Summer Lit Crawl

‘Take This Waltz’

The Spits

Worn Out

Text From South Lake Union

The Church of Secular Inertia