Issue Archive for the Week of
May 7 -
Vol. 18, No. 34
How I Became the Sort of Person Who Can Eat 23 Spring Rolls in Two Minutes
Malls Have No Place in Seattle's Urban Landscape
What We Learned from the Swine-Flu Panic
Mariners Claim Parking Lots and Overpasses
Are Parks and Open Space
Conservatives Opposed to the Domestic-Partnership Bill Make It Official
The Kirkland Start-Up That Sounded the Swine-Flu Alarm
What Do the New Seattle Times Circulation Numbers Mean?
Dietrich Schoenemann and Erictronic
Eat a Bag of Dicks, by American Idol's Taylor Hicks
The Vaselines: Enter the Vaselines
The Extrafine Grind of Local Hiphop Duo Fresh Espresso
Erik Blood's Sonic Valentines to the World
This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties
Three Shows vs. My MBV Hangover
Magik Markers: Balf Quarry
New Singles from Slumberland Records
POP425 Showcases the Eastside's Emerging Talent
Star Trek: Almost as Good as Wrath of Khan!
The Limits of Control: Jim Jarmusch's Existential Spy Thriller
Goodbye Solo: Global Cinema in the American South
Quotes of Girlfriends Past
Lymelife: Ticked Off in Suburbia
Cover art by Tony Millionaire.
Tony will sign copies of his new book, Drinky Crow's Maakies Treasury, at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, Sat May 9,
6-9 pm. An exhibition of original Maakies art continues through June 10.
The Stranger: A Critical Overview
A Recent Debacle in Olympia Illustrates How Not to Pick Public Art
Subway Art: A Giant, and Great, Artifact
Karate Bride Kicks Poetry's Ass
Love as Always, Kurt: The Secret Vonnegut Is the Public Vonnegut
Two of the country's smartest, weirdest, sexiest festivals happen in small cities: Portland and Austin. Seattle has no excuse.
Our Long Coronary Nightmare Is Almost Over