Print Edition for the week of
May. 6 - 12, 2015

Vol. 24, No. 36

Savage Love

Teaching Moment

New Column!


My Philosophy

Way Down in the Hole

Breakdance Crew Them Team Celebrates 10 Years of Preserving Northwest B-boy Culture

Nothing Says Mother's Day Like Childbirth

Side-Project Supergroup Finally Opens Up About How Hard It Is to Be Funny and Popular at the Same Time

Yes, the Rentals Are a Band

Spanning Time with the Little Weezer Side Project That Could

Confessions of an Obsessive Neil Diamond Collector

Learning to Love the Jewish Elvis by Amassing Objects

The High List: Recommended Events for Stoners

New Kids, New Kitties, and FINALLY, a National Coconut Cream Pie Day

Data Breaker

Week of Bombastic Bummers—Diplo, Panda Funk—Redeemed by Creepy German Techno. Story of My Life...

The Homosexual Agenda

Is That Pride You're Smelling? Nope, It's the Mark Finley Roast!

Poster of the Week

Poster by Benjamin K. Shown

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of May 6



Resurrecting Denise Levertov

Rebecca Brown Talks Breathing the Water, a Celebration of the Northwest Poet

Food & Drink

What Is It Like Eating at Seattle's Most Exclusive Restaurant?

Behind the Curtain at Canlis


The Most Unusual Art Gift Ever

After Matthew Offenbacher won a $25,000 art prize, he did something radical. He made a conceptual artwork with Jennifer Nemhauser that consisted of buying works by women and queer artists for Seattle Art Museum.


Three Things Seattle Can Do Right Now to Help Renters

While City Hall Fights Over Linkage Fees and Rent Control, It Could Close Loopholes That Allow Landlords to Unfairly Evict Tenants

What Two Programmers Have Revealed So Far About Seattle Police Officers Who Are Still in Uniform

Using Public Disclosure Laws, Eric Rachner and Phil Mocek Have Found Troubling Trends in Police Accountability

Last Days

Last Days: The Week in Review

A Riotously American Week in America

I Love Television

I Love TV

Most Fullest House