Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 20 - 26, 2016

Vol. 25, No. 34 nicolas barrome

Savage Love

Women on the Verge

New Column!

Returning Column!

You're Wrong About That: 4/20 Edition

I, Anonymous

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of April 20

Visual Art

Young Blood at Frye Art Museum Expands the More You Look at It

I Haven't Seen an Art Show This Good in Seattle in a Long Time

We Saw You


Sifting Through Hazardous Materials with International Comics Superstar Simon Hanselmann

He's a new Seattle resident. He's addicted to Red Bull. And his latest book, Megg & Mogg in Amsterdam, is full of weird sex, bong rips, depression, and goopy beauty.

Yanis Varoufakis Provides the People’s History of the European Union in His New Book And the Weak Suffer What They Must?

The Former Finance Minister of Greece Says Europe Is Ruled by Banks

Food & Drink

Moonlight Cafe's Vegetarian Sesame "Beef" Has a Magnetic Pull on Me

I've Been Eating It for a Decade, and I'm Still Not Sick of It


Person of Interest

Cucci Binaca: Drag Queen, Hostess, Performance Artist

The Only Children's Theater on Mercer Island Might Die Because of Park Purists

The Infuriating Campaign to Keep Youth Theatre Northwest from Having the Home It Deserves


Starbucks Baristas Are at Risk of Being Poked by Dirty Needles

Our inboxes were flooded by concerned baristas around the city. Here are two of their stories.

Tim Eyman Declares War on Sound Transit—Again

The New Antitax Initiative That Could Blow Up Plans for Expanded Light Rail in Seattle