Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 6 - 12, 2008

Vol. 17, No. 26

Savage Love

Open It, Already


On Screen

This Week's New Releases


Why Seiwerath Quit

I, Anonymous

This Cunt Is Done




Party Crasher

Sexy, Burlesquey Birthday

Interrogation: Stephin Merritt

David Schmader Interrogates Himself About His Failure to Interrogate the Mastermind Behind the Magnetic Fields

Poster of the Week

It's a Hit

Singles, Remixes & MP3s

Bug in the Bassbin

Kris Moon Heads for the Hills

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

The Score

Mayor's Arts Awards

Fucking in the Streets

Holy Fuck @ Chop Suey, 2/26/08

Album Reviews

Up & Coming


A Frenzy of Acting

Reefer, Robots, and Molière

Theater News

The Party That Wasn't

Visual Art

The State of Video Art

It's Not About Video

In Art News



Constant Reader

Criminally Neglected

Food & Drink

Changing While Staying the Same

La Côte Crêperie and a Very French Déjà Vu

Chow Bio

Salome Iskendr

Bar Exam

In the Face of Cake

Eat & Tell

Praise the Pig

The Happiest Hour


The Young Ones

Eight Bands to Watch in 2008

Washington State as Prologue

Some Democrats are dreaming about a female chief executive working with Democratic majorities in the U.S. House and Senate come January. We've been living that dream for nearly four years. And the results have been less than dreamy.


In Other News

Sound Move

Sound Transit Heading Toward 2008 Light Rail Measure

Are the Terrorists Right?

Snohomish County Arson Destroys McMansions

Badge of Dishonor

Liberal Seattle Companies Giving Money to Antigay Boy Scouts of America

Get Your War On

Crossword Solution

Harder Than the One in People (March 6)

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Harder Than the One in People (March 6)

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

Control Tower

The State Bedroom

I Love Television


Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor


'Girls Rock!'

'Safe and Sound'

The Young Ones

'Boat Load' and 'Boom'

Xiu Xiu

'The Counterfeiters'

The Magnetic Fields

Sonics Death Watch