Print Edition for the week of
Jun. 6 - 19, 2018

Vol. 27, No. 22
'Aliens of Manila' by Leeroy New (Showing in 'AFTER LIFE (what remains)' June 16–July 21 at The Alice Gallery)

Savage Love



Won't You Be My Neighbor? Is a Tear-Stained Trolley Ride Back to Your Childhood

The new documentary about Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is so good.

Ocean’s 8 Review: Women’s Empowerment and Beautiful Jewelry!

What's not to like?


The Music of Mokoomba Blows My Mind

I thought I had a grasp of contemporary African pop. I was wrong.

Free Will Astrology

June 6–12


The Critter Person Pageant Will Leave You Gagging

Cucci Binaca's competition is nothing like RuPaul's Drag Race. Thank god.

Visual Art

What Looking at Landscapes Can Do to You

A review of Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet at the Frye.


The Mother of All Pregnancy Books

Like a Mother is a thoughtful, engaging, and well-researched book about pregnancy.

Food & Drink

Go to Jazz Alley for the Music, but Be Sure Not to Eat First

Their food is better than it needs to be.


What Happened After My Boyfriend Got Sexually Assaulted in the Military

When he told me about the assault, he asked me never to tell. But I was young and idealistic, and I could not be silent.

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: "Can You Field It?"

Art and Performance Summer 2018

The Best Things to Do in Seattle: Summer 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for June 11–September 16, 2018

Kathy Griffin Is Back and Better Than Ever

A conversation with the comic about her life since the infamous photo.

My Japanese Heritage Is Not Your Fetish

But if you're actually interested in Japanese heritage, Seattle in the summer is a good place to be.

Let's Fight: Reading Indoors vs. Reading Outdoors

A friendly debate between Rich Smith and Charles Mudede. Can you guess who prefers what?

Paul Bunyan, the Tin Woodman, Woodrow Wilson, and Other Experts Weigh In on Timber! Outdoor Music Festival

What's the most exciting band playing this year? We asked around. Illustrations by Cassandra Swan

Look at This Amazing Object Made with 3,000 Pencils

A close examination of one sculpture on exhibit at the 2018 Seattle Art Fair.