Print Edition for the week of
May. 28 - Jun. 3, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 39

Savage Love

Big Issues

I, Anonymous


Only Immigrants Can Save America from Itself

Jose Antonio Vargas's Documentary About Being Undocumented Will Break Your Heart in So Many Ways

Godard Goes Sci-Fi

The Dystopian Noir of Alphaville


My Philosophy

Macklemore, Racism, Madaraka Festival

Why Are You Afraid of Debacle Fest?

Experimental-Music Event Goes (Mostly) Local and Loco

What Crappened at Sasquatch! 2014

News, Reviews, and Backpacks

A Sunny Melody

The Greatness That Is Maurice Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Poster of the Week

Sound Check

Eagulls Time-Lapsed a Rotting Brain



Bowing Out: When and Why Ballet Dancers Retire

Sometimes They Want to Leave, Sometimes They Have a Responsibility to Leave

A Writer and a Bomber Talk Their Way Through Terre Haute

Edmund White's Take on Gore Vidal and Timothy McVeigh's Real-Life Relationship

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of May 28

Visual Art

Cascade Was Built to Be Destroyed

Ian McMahon's 4,000-Pound Curtains


The Road to Washington Is Paved with Dead Dogs

Elizabeth Warren's Political Memoir Reads Like She's Going to Run for President

Food & Drink

Now Open

New Places for Stuffing Faces

Seafood in Seattle

The Definitive, Multipronged Answer to "Where's the Best Seafood Place?"

First Draft

Obligatory Hop Talk


Being Gay in Iran

Coming Out in a Country Where That Can Get You Killed


What's the Deal with "Training Wages"?

A Quick Primer on the New Sticking Point in Seattle's $15 Minimum Wage Push

Supremely High Stakes

This Year's Washington State Supreme Court Drama, in Brief

Cycle Track Showdown

In South Lake Union, Wealthy Parking Fanatics Are Running Over the Needs of Bike Commuters

News Shorts

News, Gossip, and Your Internet Usage

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television


‘The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess’

James Pants

Industrial Revelation

‘Your Feast Has Ended’ and ‘The Unicorn Incorporated’ Opening

‘Lucky Them’

NW New Works Festival

‘We Are the Best!’

Aneesh Chopra