Issue Archive for the Week of
Sep 3 -
Vol. 18, No. 51
Every Single Thing Happening at Seattle's Biggest Music and Arts Festival, Plus a Customizable Schedule!
The Lonely Forest's Year of Magical Singing
The Enduring Holy Trinity of Hiphop
You Owe It to Yourself to See
Gang Gang Dance and Holy Fuck
The Surprising Soul of Mayer Hawthorne
The Whore Moans Attempt to Explain Their Vaudeville Garage-Punk Soul Revue
Singing the Praises of the Prolific Sly & Robbie Is the Easiest Thing in the World
Vivian Girls' Dreamy, Divisive
Five Theses on Stuff White People Like
The Art Grants That Yield the
Most Art Ever
What Makes U.S.E—the World's Happiest Band—Frown?
What happens when a faggot asks people who gave time and money to support anti-gay Referendum 71 the most basic question?
How the Mayor Blew It on Youth Violence
Is the City's New Initiative for Drug Dealers Working?
Initiative 1033 Sounds Good,
but Its Consequences Would
Deadly Cocaine Turning Up in Seattle
How Wheedle's Groove Revived Old-School Seattle Soul
Singer-Songwriter Cass McCombs's Underrated Brilliance
Swing Your Partner, Not Your Beer
Dialing In's Dirty, Divine (De)compositions
Modest Mouse: Objectively Great
New Singles from Ne-Yo, Vibes, Heartland, and More
Protey Temen at the Seattle-Moscow Poster Show
This Week's Noteworthy Shows and Parties
EXTRA-LONG THINGS-I-RECOMMEND-AND-THINGS-I-DON'T-AND-THINGS-IN-BETWEEN EDITION!
Cover art: Flying, Shipping and Selling by Carrie Marill
Available through Howard House Gallery.
The Stranger: A Critical Overview
The Best Way to Clean Your Hands
DO YOU REALIZE THAT YOU HAVE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FACE?
All of Rob's Teeth but One
Andrew Wyeth Is, Pervertedly (Not Prettily), Just Like Us
Cornish College of the Arts Finally Has Dorms—in Those Creepy Old Motels in Denny Triangle
What a New Book of Old Lectures Says About America's Health-Care Freak-out
Branzino's Ashley Merriman on Being Horrified, Making Mistakes, the Rumors, the Other Chefs, and Why This Season Kicks Ass
Capitol Hill's 611 Supreme