Print Edition for the week of
Sep. 24 - 30, 2014

Vol. 24, No. 4

Savage Love

Making a Move

New Column!

Returning Column!

One Hulk's Opinion

I, Anonymous



An Old Guy and a Young Dude's Guide to Decibel Festival's Peaks

Five Days of Mnml Techno, Death Disco, Emotronica, Amniotic Ambience, and More

Constantines Are Back: Now with More Crowd Surfing

Bryan Webb Discusses the Shine a Light Reissue and That Time They Played in a Hailstorm Until the Mixing Board Blew Up 

My Philosophy

Coast to Coast and In Between


Never Heard of 'Em


Poster of the Week

The Homosexual Agenda


Lizzie Borden’s Motives

Blood Relations Examines the 19th-Century Pressure Cooker That Could Have Driven Her to Murder

Are Dancers Crazier Than Other People?

That's the Question A Chorus Line Has Been Asking for Years

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Sept 24

Visual Art

If Gandhi Had an iPod

History, Geopolitics, and Art Through the Lens of Urban Indian Artists at SAM


Getting Lost in the Dreadful Beauty of John Darnielle's Debut Novel

Four Paragraphs About Wolf in White Van, in Reverse Order

Food & Drink

Kaisho's Crazy Mural and More

The New Boom Noodle Might Surprise You

In Food News: Excitement in Ballard, Sweet Talk, and More

Openings, Closings, and Eater's Digest

Chow Bio

The Craziest Thing at Cafe Barjot

Wine Not Wine

Badass Northwest Wines


How Artists Can Fight Back Against Cities That Are Taking Advantage of Them

(Yes, That's What Cities Like Seattle Are Doing)


The Battle Over Preschool Rages On

City Claims Union Pre-K Measure Would Cost 45 Times More Money Than Its Backers Estimate

Dave Reichert Tries to Solve a Problem That Doesn't Exist

Why a Washington Congressman Wants to Ban Welfare Recipients from Buying Weed

Last Days

I Love Television

When It Comes to Abuse, the NFL Punts