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Feb. 10 - 16, 2016

Vol. 25, No. 24
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Savage Love

Food & Drink

Five Stranger Writers Share Memorable, Love-Smothered Meals

The Most Romantic Dinner in Seattle, a Honeymoon Duck Salad in Laos, and More

21 Last-Minute Things To Do for Valentine's Day 2016 That Won't Break The Bank

A Chastity Belt Concert, Opera on Tap, Rom-Coms at Capitol Cider, And More

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of February 10

Deep Sea Diver's Waiting Is Nearly Over

Michael Moore Has Got Some Opinions on Where to Invade Next

My Philosophy

Football Is Anti-Black, but Silas Blak Is at His Best. Plus New Kevin Gates and Onry Ozzborn.

The 59 Best Things To Do This Week: February 8-14, 2016

Seattle Blind Cafe, A Feminist Movie Party, Amber Tamblyn, And More Picks for February 8-14

Deadpool Is Lots of Fun, but It Does Not Achieve Immortality

Last-Minute Plans: Cheap & Easy Things To Do This Weekend, February 12-14, 2016

A Band in Seattle Taping with Free Beer, Food Truck Rodeo, Lunar New Year in Chinatown, And More Non-Valentine's Day Events Under $10

Two New Art Shows Foreground the Secret Language of Black Abstraction Against a White Background

20 Stranger (Than Usual) Things to Do This Week: February 9-15, 2016

Offbeat Things To Do For Mardi Gras, Valentine's Day, And The Release of Zoolander 2

From Amniotic Warmth to Ominous Buzz, Madeleine Cocolas Offers Cinematic Ambient Beauty on Cascadia

Garth Greenwell's Brilliant Debut Novel, What Belongs to You, Is All About Gay Sex and the Desire for Intensity

To Stop All This Conservative Bullshit, Democrats Have to Take Back the State Senate. Here's How They Can Do It.

Savage Love

Intropervert Dumps Extropervert

Drunk of the Week

Dear Sir/Madam Leaving the Black Sabbath Show

14 Lunar New Year 2016 Celebrations In Seattle

Ways To Celebrate From Street Festivals to Nightclubs

Vinyl Gives Us Sex, Drugs, and the 1970s Record Biz

Where To Eat Valentine's Day Dinner

Recommendations from Our Food Editor

Senate Republicans' Anti-Trans Bathroom Bills Are Unlikely to Pass—But the Damage Is Already Done

Washington State Law Makes It Virtually Impossible to Charge Police Officers Who Kill

Olympia Just Killed a Proposal That Would Have Made It Easier

We Saw You Plunging Nearly Naked into the Water in Viking Helmets, Joking at a Juice Bar, and Hiding Your Dog's Shit

Stranger Staffers Were There As It Happened

A Remarkable Life in Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words

22 Ways to Celebrate Mardi Gras 2016 in Seattle

A Mardi Gras Pub Crawl, Carnaval at the Crocodile, Creole Restaurants, And More

I, Anonymous

Force Yourself to Stop Crying

Zoolander 2: A Film About Idiots, for Idiots

The Stoners Who Called the Cops on Themselves

And More Marijuana News

How to Be Single (and How to Ambush My Feelings)

40 February 2016 Events To Buy Tickets For Now

Jessica Williams, Joel McHale, Pussy Riot, And More

Returning Column!

You're Wrong About That (Valentine's Day Edition)

All of Our Readers' Valentines

Including Five Lucky Ones We Chose at Random and Illustrated

Person of Interest: Mohammed, the Capitol Hill Flower Man

22 Movies to See in Seattle This Valentine's Day Weekend: February 12-14, 2016

Films Featuring Witches, Chocolate, Cocaine, And Other Romantic Elements

I, Anonymous

Music

Deep Sea Diver's Waiting Is Nearly Over

My Philosophy

Football Is Anti-Black, but Silas Blak Is at His Best. Plus New Kevin Gates and Onry Ozzborn.

From Amniotic Warmth to Ominous Buzz, Madeleine Cocolas Offers Cinematic Ambient Beauty on Cascadia

Free Will Astrology

Food & Drink

Five Stranger Writers Share Memorable, Love-Smothered Meals

The Most Romantic Dinner in Seattle, a Honeymoon Duck Salad in Laos, and More

Features

All of Our Readers' Valentines

Including Five Lucky Ones We Chose at Random and Illustrated

Person of Interest: Mohammed, the Capitol Hill Flower Man

Drunk of the Week