Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 26 - Apr. 1, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 30

Savage Love

I, Anonymous


The Homosexual Agenda

Jinkx Monsoon in a Cage and a Man-Eating Weed

Brown Jesus

Comedian Hari Kondabolu Rises Again

Data Breaker

Four Takes on Tacocat's NVM

Emily's Out of the Office, So We Can Say Whatever We Want!

My Philosophy

Aggressive Self-Interest and You

Poster of the Week



Royal Blood Is a Sickening Web of Secrets

An Immersive World Premiere by Seattle Playwright Sonya Schneider

The Future of Masturbation Is Now

Aziz Ansari Is Trying to Understand the Pocket Vagina on His Modern Romance Tour

BeginAgain’s Trippy Illusions

Zoe Scofield and Juniper Shuey Incorporate Video into Dance Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Cheer Down with Chekhov

A Intimate and Music-Heavy Uncle Vanya

Black on Black

zoe | juniper Projects into the Dark

Droll as Fuck

Seattle Shakespeare Company Underscores The Importance of Being Earnest

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of March 26

Visual Art

An Untouchable Force in Motion

The Art of Thuy-Van Vu

The First Artists on the Waterfront

Fighting The Unnatural, Remembering Migration, and An Open Question


Where Do We Go from Here, Charlie Brown?

Fantagraphics Books Is Poised to Face the Future

Food & Drink

Chow Bio

Magic Between Two Latkes at Napkin Friends

Wine Not Wine

Wine for Springtime Fucking

A Bar Called Barnacle

Renee Erickson Gives Us Something to Get Attached To


Uganda Assumes the Missionary Position

All This Hateful Antigay Legislation in Africa Isn't Really About Gay People—So What's It About?

Ann Hamilton Gets Seattle's Million-Dollar Vote of Confidence

It's the Biggest Public Art Commission in the History of the City, on the Waterfront

BenDeLaCreme's Best Drag Race Moments So Far

Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert! Spoiler Alert!


How a $15 Minimum Wage Would Make Everyone Richer

Set Aside Arguments About Fairness and Social Justice for a Moment—a $15 Minimum Wage Would Be Great for Business

News Shorts

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

The Walking Living


Soft Metals

‘Hold On to Your Butts’

Henry Open House

Coyle’s Bakeshop

Lorrie Moore

Orson Welles Double Feature


Fatoumata Diawara