Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 3 - 9, 2016

Vol. 25, No. 23

Savage Love

The Wilbur Theatre

I, Anonymous


My Philosophy: Pop Culture Pop-Offs, "Purrposley," and the Folly of Trying to Sum Up Seattle Hiphop History

What Does a Conductor Actually Do?

And Other Boneheaded Questions I Asked Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot

Free Will Astrology


The Multiversal Appeal of Constellations

Great Valentine's Day Theater for Pop-Sci Nerds—In Other Words, All of Seattle

We Saw You


Pass the Chlorinated Chicken, S'il Vous Plait

What the Fight Over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Tells Us About the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Food & Drink

Across Asian Cultures, Lunar New Year Is a Celebration of Food and Family

And It's About Staying Home and Cooking—So Here's a Recipe to Try


While the City Slept

An Excerpt from Eli Sanders's New Book About the South Park Murder Case and Its Lessons

Person of Interest: Brat-Punks Mommy Long Legs Know Where You Can Put All That Money You're Making


An Anonymous Website Is Asking for Amazon Employees' Horror Stories

Now They're Threatening to Unionize

Seattle to Lose One of Its Few Minority-Owned Pot Businesses

Even Though the Mayor Tried to Get the State to Get Its Act Together

Three Things Seattle Is Doing About Homelessness

(One Right, Two Wrong)

Four Seattleites Want Answers from Twitter About "State-Sponsored Actors" Trying to Hack Into Their Accounts

So Far, the Company Is Silent

Cheat Sheet

For the February 9, 2016, Special Election