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Oct. 28 - Nov. 3, 2015

Vol. 25, No. 9
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Kelly O

Savage Love

Best Served Cold

New Column!

Guest Editorial: You Can Have My Hot Dogs When You Pry Them from My Cold Dead Fingers

I, Anonymous

Cheap Date


My Philosophy

New Releases by Local Artists 10isee Williams, Astro King Phoenix, and FFU

Carrie Brownstein's Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl Is the Rock Memoir You've Been Craving

It's the Memoir That You Crave, That You Want, Want

Light of the Moon: EL VY's Perfect Pairing

The National's Matt Berninger and Ramona Falls' Brent Knopf Team Up

Free Will Astrology


Three Ways to Scare Yourself on Halloween

A Haunted House, a Halloween Cabaret, and a Black-and-White Film Classic with Live Score

We Saw You


Ta-Nehisi Coates, the Marvel

Personal and Critical Reflections on the Work of Ta-Nehisi Coates from Stranger Writers

Food & Drink

Some of the Tastiest Food Can Be Found at a Wine Shop in Fremont

Vif Offers a Rare Kind of Nourishment


Seattle Chefs Cook with Weed

It's Too Bad State Law Prevents Cooking with Weed in Actual Restaurants—But Here Are Five Inventive Recipes That Will Satisfy Your Hunger and Get You High

Thank God I Never Have to Roll Another Joint

My Favorite Thing About Marijuana Legalization

Four Medical Marijuana Patients in Eastern Washington Are Headed to Prison

The Aftermath of a Stunning Overreach by the Federal Government

Paul Allen Gives to Arts with One Hand but Takes Away with the Other

As the Billionaire's Flashy New Art Center Prepares to Open, the Rest of the Arts in the Northwest Wait to Hear If He's Abandoned Them for Good

Seattle's Scariest Up-and-Coming Drag Queens

Meet Cucci Binaca, Arson Nicki, and Amoania

Person of Interest

Mykol, Witch and Traditional Earth Medicine Practitioner

Burgermaster on Aurora Is Less Than a Block Away from a Recreational Pot Store

And Their Fries and Onion Rings Are Literally Called "Munchies"

The Stranger’s CHEAT SHEET for the November 2015 General Election

Get your ballots in by November 3!


The Stranger's Endorsements for the November 2015 General Election! (Plus Cheat Sheet!)

Pangolins—yes, PANGOLINS—are on the ballot this year. If they could vote, here’s who they’d pick for city council, county council, school board, asse$$or, and more! (You really don’t want to piss off a pangolin.)

Hey, Seattle Politicians, Get to Work!

No Matter Who Gets Elected on November 3, Here Are the Problems They Need to Tackle Right Away

A Trip Aboard the Goodship

The Goodship Academy of Higher Education Lecture Series Is Upscaling Weed Culture

Drunk of the Week

In Memoriam

Capitol Hill Value Village