Print Edition for the week of
Jan. 21 - 27, 2015

Vol. 24, No. 21
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Savage Love

The Hunger

I, Anonymous

Go Back to Mars, Alien


Sleater-Kinney’s No Cities to Love Is Great Because We Need Them More Than They Need Us

Comeback Album May Be Their Best

Scene and Heard

Music News from the 206 and Beyond

The High List: Recommended Events for Stoners

Bruce Lee, Cassettes, a Medieval Faire, and More!

RL Grime on What DJs Do Onstage and Why "Trap" Is Not a Bad Word

Henry Steinway Prepares Us for the Drop

The S.O.S. Band: Slow Burning R&B for a Pop-Impatient Age

In Praise of 30 Years of Not Cutting to the Chase

Data Breaker

The Homosexual Agenda

Never Heard of 'Em


My Philosophy

NW Rappers on Gentrification

Poster of the Week


Sprawl, WET's Campy 12th Avenue Arts Debut, Is a Pleasantly Diverting Swipe at the Disaster Genre

Catastrophe Reveals Human Nature in World-Premiere Play

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of Jan 21


I Think I Think You Are Totally Wrong Is Totally Wrong

David Shields and Caleb Powell's "Quarrel" Takes Up All the Air in the Room

Food & Drink


Mammoth's Predator Is Not at the Top of the Food Chain

The Symbiotic Relationship Between Seattle's Taprooms and Food Trucks

Skirting Restrictions on Proximity to Restaurants, the City's Mobile Food Trucks Are Doing Brisk Business Outside Local Taprooms

Eater's Digest

New Restaurants from Renee Erickson, Travis Kukull, and More


How Listening to Music and Fighting with Susan Sontag Helped Me Cope with Chemo

A Year with Stage IV Cancer

In Which I Predict the Winner of the 2015 Super Bowl

The Seahawks Facing the Patriots Is Some Serious Lion King Shit


How Ed Murray Changed His Mind on Homeless Encampments

The Mayor's Change of Heart Is a Huge Deal

Last Days

Last Days: The Week in Review

Super-Heroic Seahawks and the Double Amputation of a Single Penis

I Love Television

Calling Detective Jerkhole!