Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 3 - 9, 2014

Vol. 24, No. 1
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Savage Love

Crazy in Love

New Column!

Returning Column!

Dear God: Does Looking at Stolen Celebrity Nudes Make Me Evil?

I, Anonymous

Film/TV

Virgins, Goblins, Palestinians, and Convicts

Three Bad New Films (and One Good Old One) Opening on Friday, September 5

Dock Ellis's LSD Baseball Triumph

The Man Who Pitched a No-Hitter While Tripping on Acid

Music

"Whoever Wrote This Song Has a Strange Idea of Butts"

A Music Snob Reviews the Billboard Top Ten

Rob Zombie vs. Clinical Psychology

A Dual Interview with Mr. Zombie and Psychologist P. Landers

My Philosophy

RIP, Catfish Corner; The End of Summer Bash; and Black Constellation

Data Breaker

Poster of the Week

Underage

The Homosexual Agenda

Tim and Eric Make Comedy from Your Worst Nightmares

Come for the Despair, Stay for the Pizza Throwing

Theater

BenDeLaCreme Will Lead You to the Light

An Interview with the Drag Performer, Reality TV Star, and Compulsive Optimist

Duet Love's Bare Ass

When Nudity Works, It Really Works

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Sept 3

Books

A Stranger Genius of Literature, Back When He Used Words

Jim Woodring’s Real World Is Full of Monsters and Nightmares

Food & Drink

Wine Not Wine

Bad Wine!

Tamara Murphy Loves Corn Dogs

The Surprising Way the Chef Got Her Start and More

Features

The OFF Festival in Poland Is On to Something

Why did Seattle label Sub Pop just fly half its staff and a bunch of its bands to Poland? What's the difference between a music festival here and a music festival there? And why are the Jesus and Mary Chain so boring?

News

Another Cyclist Has Died—So Will the City Council Finally Fund Bike Safety Improvements?

For the Past Seven Years, the City Has Starved Money from the Bicycle Master Plan

Will a Mandatory Helmet Law Hurt Seattle's New Bike Share Program?

Last Days

Those Who Don't Know History Are Doomed to Repeat It

The Week in Review: Convicted Killers, Disrupted Blowjobs, and Dead Joan Rivers

I Love Television

Utopia Schmootopia

Drunk of the Week

ZZZZZZZZZZ...

Suggests

Seattle Fringe Festival

Hieroglyphic Being

2014 Neddy at Cornish Exhibition

Charles Burns

Susan Pascal Quartet

Happy Hour at RockCreek

‘Trollhunter’

Hari Kondabolu