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Dec. 5 - 18, 2018

Vol. 28, No. 8
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Donut Hamburger by Donut Hamburger by Genevieve St. Charles

Savage Love

Cringe and Purge

I, Anonymous

Music

Kinski Celebrate 20 Years of Spacious, Hard-Driving Rock

They're also celebrating the reissue of their fantastic LP Be Gentle with the Warm Turtle.

Free Will Astrology

December 5–11

Theater

Justin Vernon Is a Midwestern Hero

Bon Iver's new boundary-breaking collaboration with TU Dance is gorgeous and coming to Seattle for two nights.

Visual Art

Margie Livingston Dragged Her New Paintings Facedown Through Downtown Bellevue

The result is her exhibition Extreme Landscape Painting.

Books

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Trolls

A UW professor offers a complete history of Scandinavia's mythical beasts.

Food & Drink

Ode to Dan Dan Noodles

Seven Stars Pepper makes my favorite bowl in town.

Features

Is Bellevue the Next Williamsburg?

The world's first floating light rail line is going to change Seattle's relationship to the big city on the other side of Lake Washington.

Who Injected Jack Chapman's Genitals With the Silicone That Killed Him?

Disturbing new evidence emerges in the Noodles and Beef case.

Comics

Catherine

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Aging Out

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Catching Up

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Time for Myself

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Puppy Love

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Dave

Based on a real-life story we heard at the recent Seattle/King County free health clinic at KeyArena.

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: Going Places

Weed

Columns

Editor's Note

Hey, mayor! Give us some of that budget money.

Art and Performance Winter 2018

Zadie Smith Declines to Comment

She did not want to talk about call-out culture. But she is still willing to write about it.

Clarinet Virtuoso Kinan Azmeh Premieres a New Concerto with the Seattle Symphony

Followed by a performance with the Silk Road Ensemble.

Five Hundred Actors Auditioned to Play the Lead in Annie, and These Two Girls Got the Part

Behind-the-scenes facts about the 5th Avenue Theatre's new production of the classic musical.

Anthony White's Eye-Popping Paintings

He loves to paint naked bathroom selfies of his friends and still-lifes of millennial trash.

The Trans Comedian Who Got Married in a Denny’s

Andy Iwancio’s life story could make a great sitcom… in 2023 (maybe).

Henrik Ibsen's Nora Is Back and She's Got Some Shit to Say

With the slam of a door, Henrik Ibsen’s character Nora shocked audiences and changed art. What should you expect from Seattle Rep’s A Doll’s House, Part 2?