Print Edition for the week of
Jul. 16 - 22, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 46

Savage Love


New Column!

I, Anonymous


The Choreography of Conversation

Talk Is the Main Pleasure in Eric Rohmer's A Summer's Tale

If You Love Mob Movies, You Must See Whitey

Joe Berlinger's Whitey Fights to Make Sense of a Murderous Criminal and the FBI That Allegedly Enabled Him


Remembering Rock-Star Hairdresser (and Literal Rock Star) Betsy Hansen

My Philosophy

Yo, What Happened to Peace?

Belinda Carlisle and the Go-Go's Taught Me How to Be Punk

They Clearly Do Not Give a Fuck

Hypothetical Bong Rips with Tori Amos

The Elemental Alterna-Rock Siren Talks Technology, Turning 50, and What the Hell Is an "Unrepentant Geraldine," Anyway?

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Sound Check

Thunderpussy's Venus Flytrap Is Sprung


Poster of the Week


It’s About Time: The Yellow Fish Durational Performance Festival

And Why Is Durational Performance So Popular Right Now?

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of July 16

Visual Art

Colonialism in Black and White

Fabrice Monteiro's Dancing and John Buck's Human Bones


Scott Pilgrim's Creator Is Back (and, Yes, Better Than Ever!)

Bryan Lee O'Malley vs. His Incredibly Popular Series (and at Town Hall on July 19)

Food & Drink

Shift Drink

A Man from Spokane

The Seattle Vegan Spot Owned by a Meat-Eating Texan

How Did an Army Officer from Afar End Up Running the Urban Buggy in the Central District?

Chow Bio

Seattle Juice History at HummingBird


Why It's Worth Paying More Dough for Legal Dope

I Would Know: I Used to Lie About the Pot I Was Selling

One Indian Writer’s Perspective on Two of Seattle’s Prominent Indian-Born Americans

My parents were so excited about the new CEO of Microsoft. But the new Seattle City Council member? Not so much.


Who Cares Who Our Political Writers Endorse—Here’s Who Our Receptionist Endorses!

A View of all the Primary Candidates from The Stranger's Front Desk

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Your Terrible Relationship


Green Plate Special

Hard Ton

‘They Live’

Northwest Psych Fest

Art of the City Street Fair

Amy Bloom

Sit, Eat, and Drink Outside

Primary Election Day