Print Edition for the week of
Apr. 24 - 30, 2008

Vol. 17, No. 33

Savage Love

Back in the Saddle

New Column!

Film/TV

Darwin = Hitler

Expelled doesn't get Darwin—or intelligent design.

On Screen

The First Saturday in May

On Screen

The Life Before Her Eyes

On Screen

Deception

Jenna Does Genre

So Why Aren't We More Excited?

Medium Hopes, Dashed

A Review of Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Concessions

Relishing Misery

I, Anonymous

Assholes Anonymous

Music

Making Out with Portishead

Thirteen Writers on the '90s' Most Ubiquitous Mood Music

The Score

On Strikethrough

Bug in the Bassbin

Simian Mobile Disco Finally Mobilize

Poster of the Week

It's a Hit

Singles, Remixes & MP3S

Underage

And the Summary Stands

Band of the Week

Half Acre Day

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

Party Crasher

Watering the Bushes

Renewed Order

Cut Copy's Dance Pop Revival

Interrogation: Peter Morén

The Peter, Bjorn and John Member on His New Solo Record and Hitler

Up & Coming

Theater

Ballet Is the Devil

Zoe Scofield Is Haunted

Theater News

Hello, I Must Be Going

Visual Art

The Warhorse

Henry Art Gallery's Stealthy Year of Conflict

In Art News

Copycars

Blart

Books

Spineless

A Guided Tour of the Exploding World of E-books

Constant Reader

Hope Is the Thing that Wobbles

New in Books

New in Books

New in Books

Food & Drink

Food Fight! Morning Glory

The First Meal of the Day

Chow Bio

Teri Esensten and Mike Cicon of Cafe Stellina

Paying More and Loving It

When Is a Plate of French Toast Worth $12?

Desayuno for the People

In Search of Seattle's Best Mexi-Breakfast

Booze for Brunch

The Bloodiest Mary

The Most Important Meal of the Day

Courting a Coronary at Seattle's Tried-and-True Breakfast Institutions

The Fruit of the Pig

Hunting Seattle's Best Bacon

Better than Bacon

Don't Be Afraid of Dim Sum

Hoisted on My Own Batard

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Seattle's Breakfast Sandwiches

The Happiest Hour

Features

Almost Infamous

If William F. Ball had murdered Shannon Harps, he'd be alive today. But Ball was cleared in the stabbing death of Harps and released—and then stabbed to death himself less than eight weeks later.

News

Exodus

Bad Business Deal May Turn Central District Church into Condos

In Other News

In the Hall

In the Running

Pale Green

Solar Panels, Other "Eco" Features at City Hall Fall Short

His Latest Crusade

Hutcherson Battles High School

Deadline Defeats Stranger!

Mad Libbing the Pennsylvania Results

Dear Science

Crossword Solution

16 Across Isn't "George" (April 24)

Photo of the Week

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

16 Across Isn't "George" (April 24)

Get Your War On

Drunk of the Week

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

I Love Television

Sieg Heil, Jughead!

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor

Suggests

Keith Gessen

'The Challenge Nature Provides'

'Smart People'

The Stranger Gong Show

'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'

'You Complete Me'

Mary Roach

Cut Copy, Black Kids, Mobius Band

Sonics Death Watch

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