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THE SYMPTOMS: "eyes glittering, breathing labored and hoarse, dark bloody discharge from nostrils, tongue swollen, limbs covered with swollen sores exuding a foul pus. .… Continue reading
Novelist Arundhati Roy returns—with a radical essay collection.
New in Madrona, Crémant begs a look at the brasseries and bistros of our past.
A theater revolutionary brings his stripped-down Hamlet to the Center.
Twelve releases in 12 months honor the late, great composer—with mixed results.
Three sorely missed neighborhood restaurants—Cyclops, Swingside, and Olympia—will soon rise from the ashes.
The stage is set for Mark Murphy's return
ANGRY E-MAILS from readers are part of a journalist's job. We even welcome them as a sign that someone's reading what we write and takes… Continue reading
Mark Morris returns to his dark side with an abstract masterpiece.
Corporations are 'persons' under the law; a new book and film ask, What kind of people?
A plan to save the faltering Seattle theater has some saying: Why?
The Senate's proposed budget is scary—but consider the alternatives.
Because the government sure as hell isn't.
Severely brew-challenged? Have a winter beer tasting and learn while you drink.
Thirty years ago in Seattle Weekly.
Why local chefs move heaven and earth to feed New York's face.