Print Edition for the week of
Feb. 12 - 25, 2020

Vol. 29, No. 13
Jessica Stein

Savage Love

The Girls

Free Will Astrology

February 12–18

Visual Art

The Latest MadArt Exhibit Transports You to Another Space Entirely

Jacob Riis's Pioneering Photojournalism

The turn-of-the-century Danish American photographer documented the urban poor.

Food & Drink

The Wait Is Over: Musang Is Here

The onetime pop-up has finally opened its brick-and-mortar on Beacon Hill.


Do Shit Alone

Having no one to go to a show or gallery or movie with isn't a good excuse to not do it.

How You're Going to Die

Seattle is a beautiful and healthy city. It's also a ticking time bomb.

Beware of Volcanoes, Avoid Serial Killers, and Other Advice for People New to Seattle

Plus, how to take a road trip without a car, where to explore in South Seattle, and who has the most power around here.

Welcome to the Land of Megaflora

Seattle has some of the biggest plants in the country.

Seattle's Most Powerful Politicians

Who's got the clout?

Scarecrow Is a National Treasure

And three rare films that require a trip to the video store.

Seattle's Comfort Food

The local tradition around teriyaki.

A Road Trip Where You Don't Have to Drive

Going on a rural-transit adventure is pretty easy. Pacific Northwest Transit Daddy showed me the way.

Welcome to Seattle—You're Surrounded by Violent Volcanoes

A few things you should know about Mount Rainier, Glacier Peak, and Mount Baker.

Exploring South Seattle

A brief history of Seattle's traditionally black and Asian neighborhoods.

Nikki Kuhnhausen Was Killed by Transphobia

Now her community fights for her legacy.

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