Print Edition for the week of
Mar. 27 - Apr. 2, 2008

Vol. 17, No. 29

Savage Love

Swimming in Pussy

New Column!

Film/TV

On Screen

This Week's New Releases

Concessions

High School Musical Party

I, Anonymous

Spooge Is Litter, Too

Music

Underage

Stay What You Are

It's a Hit

All-Nashville Edition

Spreading the Love

Velella Velella Want You to Feel the Funk

The Score

Two Quartets

Fucking in the Streets

Bug in the Bassbin

Fun and Serious

Poster of the Week

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Party Crasher

Eggs and Kegs

Interrogation: Matthew Caws

Nada Surf about Britney Spears, Hiphop, and Guitar World

Album Reviews

Up & Coming

Theater

Laughing in the Dark

Three Comedies

Theater News

Dance to the Death

Visual Art

Kader Attia Was Here

There Must Be Traces of Him in This Show Somewhere

Blart

Books

Sex and Death in SeaTac

A Report from the Northwest's Biggest Sci-Fi Convention

Food & Drink

Nothing Gold Can Stay

A Requiem for Hooters

Chow Bio

Donald H.

Bar Exam

Mom's Place

Eat & Tell

Eat with Jennifer 8.

The Happiest Hour

Features

The [Very] Thin Blue Line

There are complaints that Seattle cops are unreliable and incompetent. The solution? More cops—lots more cops—and better pay.

News

Water Damages

Fed-up South Seattle Residents Sue Housing Agency

In the Hall

Agitate Now, Campaign Later

In Other News

Waterlogged

Vet Seeks Damages for Food-Bank Supplies Destroyed by Flood

End Games

At What Point Does Clinton Give Up?

Get Your War On

Dear Science

Photo of the Week

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Failure Is Indeed an Option (March 27)

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

I Love Television

Choose Your Zip Code

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Suggests

Ocho

Vegfest

'Answered Prayers and Other Tragedies'

Le Loup

Tod Wodicka

Kelly Mark

The Cribs, Ra Ra Riot, Jeffrey Lewis

Magma Festival's Volcano Explosion

Sonics Death Watch

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