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Feb. 22 - 28, 2017

Vol. 26, No. 26
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Savage Love

Fantasy Scenarios


Bands I Pretended to Like for Boys. Part Nine: Dave Matthews

Second Time's a Charm for Dude York's Sincerely

Facing Tomorrow with Weyes Blood

Los Angeles Musician Natalie Mering’s Front Row Seat to Earth Is Doomsday Folk

The Southern Salvation of Adia Victoria

The Nashville Musician Plays the Dark and Dangerous Blues of Yesteryear


The Long Shadow of Lynching in 2017

Waning Finds Grim Resonances in the Life of a Black Teenage Girl

Free Will Astrology


George Saunders's Lincoln in the Bardo Is the First Essential Novel of the Donald Trump Era

His Long-Awaited Debut Novel Is Here, and We're Lucky to Have It


Person of Interest: Wesley Frugé

Where a Forward-Thinking Theater Director Goes Out to Play in Seattle

Dan Savage Went To Austria to Escape the U.S., But It Was Still Trump Time, All the Time

Thousands of Miles and Nine Time Zones Away... There's No Escaping the News from Home

One Day at a Time

Cheer up, America! We aren’t as fucked up as North Korea! (Yet.)


Gold Leaf Farm: The Closest Thing You Can Find to Organic Weed in Seattle

Gold Leaf Gives Us a Tour of Their Clean Green Certified Grow Op