Print Edition for the week of
May. 22 - 28, 2008

Vol. 17, No. 37

Savage Love



Dusty Fedora

Indiana Jones Makes Way for the Kid

Even Worse than the New Indiana Jones Movie

Meet Bill Is Junk


Kung Fu and Corn Dogs

Burning Down the House

An Interview With Harmony Korine

I, Anonymous


Party Crasher

Drunk and Naked in the Suburbs


The Glistening Return of Natalie Portman's Shaved Head

The Score


A Few Things I Learned at Coachella

Or, How to Survive the Festival Season

Poster of the Week

Up & Coming

Album Review

Band of the Week

Daniel G. Harmann

Bug in the Bassbin

Big Ups to the Truck

My Philosophy

Hiphop Ya Don't Stop

The Business of Booming

Ben Verellen's Basement Amp Factory

Fucking in the Streets

Grunge Will Never Die

Album Review

Album Review


Whistling in the Dark

A Belfast Bicycle Mechanic and a Soviet-Era Transvestite

Visual Art


In Strong Cornish Show, a Design for Islamic Refugees

Brand-New and Tired Already

The UW’s 2008 MFA Show

In Art News

Retail Reform


On the Road Again

A Review of My Entire Book Tour So Far

Constant Reader

The World in Six Pages or Less

Food & Drink

Chow Bio

Willow LeTellier, Caroline Williams of Le Pichet

Bar Exam

The Dray: Squirrelly

The Chosen Food

Searching for Jewish Sustenance in the Goytastic Northwest

Eat & Tell

Big Shrimpin'

The Happiest Hour


Chronic Illness

Medical marijuana is legal. So why are hospitals using it to justify denying transplants?

In the Hall

Potty Poopers


Neighbors Fuming Over Illegal Park Paths

Get Your War On

Dear Science

Crossword Solution

Porn Alert! (May 22)

Photo of the Week

Crossword Puzzle

This Week's Puzzle

Porn Alert! (May 22)

Drunk of the Week

Public Editor

The Stranger: A Critical Overview

I Love Television

See Me Sympathetically

Last Days

The Week in Review

Letters to the Editor


'Tropical Rush'


Wild Orchid Children, Champagne Champagne

'Boy A'

Pike Street Fish Fry

'Continental: A Film Without Guns'

Slide Crawl No. 5

'Ball of Wax' Party

Sonics Death Watch

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