Issue Archive for the Week of
Aug 8 -
Vol. 21, No. 49
We Love Sugar, and Sugar Slowly Kills Us
A Cookie Dough Addict Visits the Cougar Mountain Baking Company
The Greatness of Full Tilt Ice Cream
Federal Prosecutors in Seattle Are Dragging Activists into Grand Juries, Citing Their Social Circles and Anarchist Reading Materials
Snitches Get Stitches When You Squeal on the Port
Initiative 103 Seeks to End Corporate Personhood in Seattle, but It Also Looks Like an Unconstitutional Waste of Time
Who's Crazier—the People Trying to Ban Pit Bulls with a New Petition or Furious Pit Bull Owners?
Yo-haw! Country Funk
Uncovers Amazing, Unlikely Fusions
Erik Blood's New Album, Touch Screens, Celebrates Our Addiction to Dirty Pictures
Lose your DayGlo explosion wardrobe every night this week!
Too $hort Is a Legend, Rapping Hymnals to the Game
Kill Frenzy, Kid Smpl, qp, Tony Goods, Onra, Matthewdavid
Nas's Life Is Good, CopperWire, Too $hort, Onra, WD4D/JusMoni
A Moment of Silence for the Elite; Jinkx Monsoon for Rent
Vancouver Invasion Annexes Blanket Truth
A Foreign Affair: An Old Movie About Sexy Middle-Aged Ladies
Shark Week? Why not "Weenie Dog Week"?
A Critical Overview of The Stranger
Patti Hansen: Coke Mirrors and Hot Dog Stands
What Your Fav Flav Says About You!
Ben Beres Is a Printmaking Fiend
Matthew Offenbacher Improves the Lives of Astronauts (and Others) at SOIL
The Gayness of Mitt Romney and Donkeys, A Million Bucks in Bellevue, and Occidental Square's Loneliness
The Dog Stars Makes the End of the World Feel Personal
Maria Semple's New Novel Is About Loathing Seattle
The Pinter Festival at ACT Theater
The Conflicting Desires of Turandot
El Ultimo Coconut at Annex Theater
The Conflicted Relationships We Have with Our Favorite Sugary Treats