Print Edition for the week of
May. 21 - 27, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 38

Savage Love

A Hole New World

New Column!

I, Anonymous

Drop Dead, Dad


Sound Check

Die Antwoord Make You Get Upside Down with Chocolate Sauce

Nothing Left Inside

The Rise, Fall, and Disunion of Black Flag

What's Crappening

News, Reviews, and Jews

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Know Your Vagina (Bands)

An Illustrated Guide to the Best Bands Named After Female Anatomy

My Philosophy

Sasquatch! and More

Poster of the Week

Sound Check

Country Lips, a Merry Band of Shitkickers



Edmund White Fantasizes About Timothy McVeigh

An Interview with the Novelist and Playwright about Terre Haute and Being Sued by Gore Vidal

Creeps Is a Burst of Rage in the Boys' Room

Seattle Subversive Theatre Has Built a Bathroom for This Staging of David E. Freeman's Discomforting Play

In 25,000 Posts, James Lapan Details His Economic Depression

He Put Up "For Sale" Signs All Around Town While Dealing with His Own Foreclosure

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of May 21

Visual Art

Why Did a Mostly Queer Black Artist Collective Withdraw from the Whitney Biennial?

To Protest a Made-Up Black Artist Named Donelle Woolford


The More You Know

Courage Could Actually Help Teenage Girls

Reports from the Front Lines of Capitalism

Arundhati Roy Says Corporatism Is Haunting the World

Food & Drink

Tacos for the People at Red Star Taco Bar

Lenin Would Want You to Have a Margarita, Too

Wine Not Wine

Red Wine to Drink Cold (Yes!)


The Stranger's Guide to SIFF 2014

Before You Feast Your Eyes, Read the Menu

Woman Picked for City's Worst Job

Kathleen O'Toole is set to become Seattle's first female police chief, at a time when the police department is in crisis. Can she succeed where the men before her failed?


When the “No Snitch Code” Becomes an Excuse

With Three Recent Shootings in the Central District Still Unsolved, Why Haven’t Seattle Police Detectives Knocked on My Neighbors’ Doors?

News Shorts

News, Gossip, and Frank Chopp

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Don't Leave Me This Way!

Drunk of the Week


‘Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy’


‘Trapped in the Closet’

‘Dear White People’

NW New Works Festival

Cavi-hour at Barnacle

‘Ian McMahon: Cascade’

Let’s Talk About Thomas Piketty Together