Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 5 - 11, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 27

Savage Love

Moist Toilette


Some of That Jazz

What I'm Most Looking Forward to This Season

Farewell/Good Riddance to the Old Comet Tavern

Memories of 10th and Pike's Crazy, Scary, Amazing, Wonderful, Pukey, Disgusting, Best-Ever Dive Bar

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Beef

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Never Heard of 'Em

Small Faces

My Philosophy

Moor Than This

Poster of the Week


Sound Check

J.C. Satàn's Five-Piece French Fuzz


Laura Griffith Keeps Killing It at the 5th Avenue Theatre

The Leading Lady Discusses A Room with a View, How She Hits Those High Notes, and Why Making Theater in Seattle Is Better Than in New York or LA

The Brilliance of Peter Brook

An Inadequate Introduction to the Titanic Director

The War on Women

In MOM BABY GOD, Madeline Burrows Takes Us into the Heart of the Pro-Life/Anti-Choice Movement

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of March 5

Visual Art

Anatomy of a Photograph

What Is Lead Pencil Studio Doing in the Basement of the Wing Luke Museum?

An Interview with Installation Artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo

Doris Chase's Sculptures Rock

And You're Allowed to Touch Them, Too

Loose Lips

Laugh While You Can

The Comics of A&P


Smart Power, Dumb World

A New Hillary Clinton Biography Pinpoints Her Greatest Weakness

You Can't Kill Books

MFAs, NYC, and AWP Aren't Necessary for the Survival of Literature

Food & Drink

The Great Mesob Returns as Shewaber

The Peripatetic History of a Favorite Ethiopian Restaurant

Chow Bio

Getting Fried at Street Hawk

Wine Not Wine

This Wine Is the Shit

Now Closed

Seattle Restaurant RIPs


The Wrongs of Spring

The Anguish, the Myth-Making, the Confusion, the Colors, the Dread

Cutting Bus Service Would Hit Poor People Hardest

Taxes Already Fall Disproportionately on the Poor, So Why Increase Them Now for Buses?


Drag Performer Ade Connere Attacked

This Is the Fifth High-Profile Hate Crime Since Last May

Seattle Schools Fail Another Test

Superintendent Suggests Kids Learn in Construction Zone

This Is What Bipartisanship Looks Like?

Democrat Works with GOP to Cut Homeless Program

Sneaky Anti-Medical-Pot Bill

Committee Passes Bill in Just 30 Seconds that Would Repeal the Core of Washington's Medical Marijuana Laws

News Shorts

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television


Phil Klay

Thuy-Van Vu

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Linda Perhacs

Plate of Nations

APRIL Launch Party

‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me’

Against Me!

Worn Out