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Mar. 14 - 27, 2018

Vol. 27, No. 16
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Savage Love

What Is Love?

Film/TV

How Grand Illusion Became a Big Player in Seattle's Cinema Scene

The tiny University District movie house is going through a renaissance.

Netflix's Wild Wild Country Explores the Northwest's Most Notorious Cult

Watching Loveless Ruined My Day

Love, Simon Is Fantastic—You Should See It Immediately

It's a movie based on one of those rare books that's just about perfect.

7 Days in Entebbe: 106 Minutes of Bad Decisions

Tomb Raider: This Lara Croft Is Great! Her Movie Isn’t

Music

Clock-Out Lounge Celebrates Its Opening by Bringing a Drag Terrorist to Seattle

A brand-new Beacon Hill hot spot launches with a performance by Christeene.

Pussy Riot's Balaclava-Led Revolution

Russian punk band and protest group Pussy Riot embark on their first US tour.

Free Will Astrology

March 14–20

Theater

If You Go See Hir, Don't Make the Mistake I Did

The first time I saw this play, in another city, I left at intermission. Oops.

Visual Art

The Three Painters at Seattle Art Museum Challenge the History of Art

Figuring History is a show about righting the wrongs of erasure.

Books

That Feeling When Your Friend Becomes a Nazi

Matthew Dickman's third book of poetry wrestles with white supremacy in Portland.

Food & Drink

Mark Fuller's New West Seattle Venture Is Supreme, a Hip Pizza Bar Serving New York Style Slices

It's his third neighborhood venture with business-partner-and-wife, Marjorie Chang Fuller.

Features

Olympia 2018 Recap: The Death Penalty Is Alive, Gun Control Is Dead

Everything You Need to Know About the Legislative Session

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: "Senioritis"

Weed

A Shop in Issaquah Sold $150,000 Worth of Bongs in Four Days

Washington's Own Glass just landed the motherload of Mothership glass.

Conjugal Visit

Art and Performance Spring 2018

An Immersive Production of Hamlet in a Mansion on First Hill

It will feature two casts acting simultaneously.

Inscape Used to Be a Prison for Immigrants. Now It's a Home for Artists.

Seattle's largest arts enclave and its creepy past.

Stop Pretending You Don't Like Paul Simon

He hits Seattle on his farewell tour this Fri., May 18.

Rob Lowe Taught Me About American Assholes

What I learned from watching Oxford Blues more than 200 times.

How Mickalene Thomas Incorporated Civil Rights Iconography from the 1960s into Her Painting Resist

A guided tour of a new painting, now on view at Seattle Art Museum.