Print Edition for the week of
Aug. 6 - 12, 2014

Vol. 23, No. 49

Savage Love

Married Ladies

I, Anonymous

Don't Come Back


Ewwww: An Old Man Loves a Much Younger Woman in Woody Allen’s Latest

Magic in the Moonlight Brings Manhattan and Soon-Yi to Mind

What If Is Worse Than a Pretty Bad Sandwich, the Sadness of Elena, Plus Two More Brand-New Films

Here's the Lowdown on Four Movies Opening Friday, August 8


Arcade Fire's Life Inside the Bobblehead

The Montreal-Based Band Discusses Bowie, Castles, and Making Their New Album in a Castle

Never Heard of 'Em

Digable Planets

Poster of the Week

Luminous Technology, Heavy Improv, and Groovy Shitkickers

New Music by Norm Chambers and Randall Dunn, Plus Country Funk II

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

My Philosophy

If You and Your Folks



Steve Martin, Woody Allen, and Sam Shepard Walk into a Theater

An Evening of Light, Easy One-Acts

Balconies Is Like Noël Coward for the 21st Century

A New Screwball Comedy from Scotto Moore

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of August 6

Visual Art

Curtis R. Barnes, Ass-Kicking Radical

Subversion and Santa Claus in His Life's Work at the Frye


The Little Novel That Stephen Colbert Made Into a Big Deal

Edan Lepucki's California

Food & Drink

Monsoon's New Room Is for Adults Only

And It's Gorgeous (Love or Hate the Art)

Shift Drink

Seattle Beach-Drinking Is the Best

Chow Bio

Porn Etymology at Miyabi 45th


Why the Mars Hill Faithful Have Started to Question Mark

What Happened Over the Last Decade with Seattle’s Most Popular Church and Its Firebrand Pastor Mark Driscoll?

When It Comes to Skate Parks, Seattle Has No Idea What It's Doing

A Rant About the New "Skateable Art" on Beacon Hill—and Other Goofy, Useless Skate Projects


Seattle's Pot Tickets: The Scandal Behind the Scandal

One officer wrote nearly 80 percent of the city's marijuana citations. Why was that fact hidden from Chief Kathleen O'Toole?

Should Seattle Require Local Workers on Its Construction Projects?

The City Council Debates a Mandate

Last Days

The Week in Review

I Love Television

Obligatory Shark Reference


Nights of Genius

‘A Short-Term Solution to a Long-Term Problem’

Yesler Terrace Youth Media


‘Land Ho!’

Linda’s Fest!

The Seattle Piano Players

‘To Be Takei’