Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 11 - 24, 2020

Vol. 29, No. 15

Savage Love

Brownie Points

Free Will Astrology

March 11–17


Who Is Betty Wetter and How Did She Get That Way?

Betty Wetter hosts a variety show, a trivia night, a bingo, and like a hundred other things I don't have room to list.

Visual Art


My Dad Wrote a Porno

The hilarious hit podcast brings its live show to Seattle.

Food & Drink

A Short Guide to Smørrebrød

And where you can find Scandinavia's prettiest pub fare.


Going Viral

Life in the epicenter of an epidemic Trump called "a hoax."

Hiding a Highway

Construction begins on Seattle's newest freeway lid.

The Law Against Winter Evictions

Answers to your burning questions about the city council's new law against kicking low-income people out during the cold months.

Crossword Solution

Crossword Solution: Hot Snacks


Why Weed and Alcohol Don't Mix

The scientific explanation for getting the spins.

Art and Performance Spring 2020

R&B Legend Booker T. Jones Is Keyed Up for His Victory Lap

The architect of the influential Stax soul sound hits Seattle to talk about his new memoir and to play his classic songs.

New Lesbian Fiction

Seattle author Corinne Manning talks about her debut book of short stories, We Had No Rules.

Blackness Is Not Just Black

Filmmaker John Akomfrah is a philosopher of our world's bleak history.

Lighten Up, Seattle

Markeith Wiley's Working (Undecided Title) is an experimental party, and you're invited.

The Best Things To Do in Seattle: Spring 2020

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for March 16–June 7

Inside the Reimagined Seattle Asian Art Museum

After $56 million in renovations, the museum is back and better than ever.

What Happened to This Rug?

Anatomy of Faig Ahmed's Oiling, on display at Seattle Asian Art Museum.