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Aug. 29 - Sep. 11, 2018

Vol. 28, No. 1
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Christopher DeLorenzo

Savage Love

Quickies

Film/TV

One of Funk's Biggest Freaks Comes Out of Hiding

The flamboyant and mysterious Betty Davis tells her heartbreaking story in a new documentary.

I, Anonymous

Music

This Composer Is the Mozart of Our Times

It is worth the trip up to Everett to see A.R. Rahman, who's won Oscars for his film scores.

Free Will Astrology

August 29–September 4

Theater

Seven Seattle Drag Queens Pay Tribute to Björk

"This isn't celebrity impersonation. This is something different."

Visual Art

Look Into This Jaguar's Eyes

Artist Juventino Aranda sees the spiritual in mass-produced objects.

Books

Orcas Are Cool, but Have You Seen a Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker? Or a Wolf Eel? Or a Giant Pacific Octopus?

Drew Collins's book of underwater photography celebrates Puget Sound's lesser-known creatures.

Food & Drink

Reckless Noodle House Is a Great Excuse to Visit the Central District

Check out the inventive drink list, the Vietnamese-forward menu, and the shuffleboard out back.

Features

The Stranger's Guide to Bumbershoot 2018

Everything You Need to Know for the Labor Day Weekend Music Festival

Bumbershoot 2018: Local Performer Picks

Seattle artists playing Bumbershoot tell us who they are most excited to see at Bumbershoot.

Fill Your Belly at B-EATS

An alternative to the usual fest food offerings can be found at Bumbershoot's curated fine food court.

Where to Get Your Art on at Bumbershoot

News

Hey Seattle, Where Are All of Your Gas Stations?

Gas stations in Seattle are disappearing.

Weed

The Most Exotic Hash on the Market

What is Lebanese-style hash and why is it so hard to find here?

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: Pissed Off

Conjugal Visit