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Jul. 17 - 30, 2019

Vol. 28, No. 24
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James Yamasaki

Savage Love

Deep Cucks

I, Anonymous


The Beacon, a New Single-Screen Movie Theater, Is Coming to Columbia City

It opens July 19, and the first week of screenings are free.

Brian Eno's Ill-Used Space Soundtrack in For All Mankind


The Top 20 for Your Capitol Hill Block Party Money

Free Will Astrology

July 17–23


Citizen Is a Gut Punch of a Play

Sound Theatre Company puts on a powerful adaptation of Claudia Rankine's book about everyday racism.

Visual Art

A Swedish Photographer Captures American Disco Decadence

Hasse Persson’s exhibit at Nordic Museum looks at Studio 54 and Beyond.


Sex and Death and Dead Animals in Central Florida

Novelist Kristen Arnett's freak flag flies at full mast in Mostly Dead Things.

Food & Drink

Nachos Are the Most Important Bar Food

El Xolo, the new kitchen in Nacho Borracho, serves a perfect version of the inherently sociable appetizer.


The Stranger's Endorsements for the August 6, 2019, Primary Election

Primary Election Cheat Sheet

Send in your ballots by August 6!

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: But First, Coffee