Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 18 - 24, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 42

Savage Love

Not All Menz

I, Anonymous

Rider Revolt


The Dance of Reality's Hopeful Horrors

Jodorowsky's Carnivalesque Cinematic Memoir Will Drag You Through an Entrancing Hell

The Rover: Hey Guys? Let’s Never Go to Australia.

The Cinema of Faces

Manakamana Has No Plot but Lots of Lips, Cheeks, Noses, and Eyes

Mating Rituals of the Millennial

Abortion Gets Rom-Comical in Obvious Child


Let's Talk About Veruca Salt

Sound Check

Pelican's Wreckage Forms Large Game

The Mostly Super Duper Alice Cooper Shock-Doc

Great Falls Does It Raw

A Seattle Trio Uses Their Insane Shows to Work Out Their New Album

My Philosophy

Ten Years of My Philosophy

What's Crappening?

News, Reviews, and Tesla

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Poster of the Week



The True Story of Bess

What the 5th Avenue's Program Notes Fail to Explain About The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of June 18

Visual Art

The Arboretum’s Ramps to Nowhere

They’re Doomed—Come See the Paradise While You Still Can


Cult of Personality

Brainwashing and Faith in Starbird Murphy and the World Outside

Food & Drink

First Draft

Best Beers for Sunshine

What the Hell Is a Babirusa?

Blind Pig Bistro's Really Fun New Neighbor

Chow Bio

Gangnam Style at BRGR Bar


You're Not Naked if You're Painted!

Smurfs, Butterflies, Beethoven, and More—My Favorite Fremont Solstice Parade Cyclists

Who to Blame for Bertha

Unbelievably, We Still Don't Know What Broke the Tunneling Machine—But We Do Know Who's Responsible

What to Do with the Tunnel

Six Practical Ideas to Earn Back the Money We're Losing During Bertha's Hiatus

Hillary Clinton Signs Books for a Woman in a Panda Suit, a Benghazi Nut, and 1,198 Normal Folks

She Autographed Hard Choices at University Book Store While a Hillary PAC Outside Recruited Volunteers


Why Is Council President Tim Burgess Blocking Campaign Finance Reform?

A Big Brawl Over Big Money

News Shorts

News, Gossip, and Book Clubs

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Apocalypse Maybe Later

Drunk of the Week


Iman Raad and Shahrzad Changalvaee


‘Freedom Fantasia’

‘Obvious Child’

Tour de France at Cafe Presse


Michael Waldman

Lauryn Hill