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Conjugal Visit: Burning Lust

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Conjugal Visit: Burning Lust by Anonymous She was wearing a giant fur coat when she saw me. She immediately gave me a huge hug, saying: "You must be freezing!" I was freezing after a night of roaming the playa without a jacket, and I appreciated the warmth of a stranger. Show More Summary

I, Anonymous: Your Kid Gets an "A+" for Privilege

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Your privileged white child has everything, and yet you demand more. by Anonymous It was our first time attending a Seattle Public Schools board meeting. We listened to you DEMAND services for your gifted daughter who is LEGALLY ENTITLED...Show More Summary

The #MeToo Movement Changes the Way We Read Hillary Clinton's What Happened

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The Matt Lauer scene in Hillary Clinton's book takes on a whole new meaning now. by Christopher Frizzelle I had forgotten all about Matt Lauer's nitpicky, sanctimonious interview of Hillary Clinton on the deck of an aircraft carrierShow More Summary

The Humans Is a Wrenching Play That Tries Hard to Say Something About the Death of the American Dream (and Succeeds)

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

A review of Stephen Karam's play The Humans at Seattle Rep. by Sean Nelson E verything people love and hate about plays is perfectly exemplified by Stephen Karam's The Humans, which was a hit on and off Broadway and opened at the Seattle Rep last week. Show More Summary

The Only Way to Survive Winter Is to Drink Cask Ale

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

A mess to make but a delight to drink, this beer is perfect for the dark months. by Lester Black C ask ale is the most underappreciated beer style in Seattle. It makes no sense. There's no better remedy for a dreary Seattle winter than a proper pint of British cask ale. Show More Summary

Dirk Staschke Makes Art About Death

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Are these pieces at Winston Wachter sculptures or paintings? Is existence just totally meaningless? by Katie Kurtz A friend sends me a link to the final blog posts of a young woman who committed suicide. "Some stranger's car radio played outro music" is one of her final lines. Show More Summary

My Name Is Dave, I Collect Vinyl Records, and I Have a Problem

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

A vinyl record collector has to move into a smaller apartment. A crisis of space and mind ensues. by Dave Segal I recently had to move to a smaller apartment because of our great city's rising rents. Maybe you can relate. This has forced...Show More Summary

47 Things To Drink in Seattle in December 2017—From Repeal Day and Beyond

Winter beer releases, seasonal wine tastings, festive cocktails, and more. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Tuesday, December 5 is the 84th anniversary of the ratification of the Twenty-First Amendment, which repealed the prohibition of alcohol. Show More Summary

Marya Sea Kaminski Leaves Seattle Repertory Theatre for a Post at Pittsburgh Public Theater

Here's a look back at some of our favorite Kaminski moments. by Rich Smith Have fun in Steel City, Marya! Kyle Johnson After three years as the Seattle Rep's associate artistic director, Marya Sea Kaminski is leaving her post for a job...Show More Summary

117 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Dec 5-10, 2017

by Stranger Things To Do Staff At "A Sassy Brassy Holiday," the Seattle Men’s Chorus will perform tracks like their own revamped takes on “Joy to the World” and “A Super Gay Christmas." Our arts critics have already recommended 85 great...Show More Summary

Free Will Astrology

December 6–12 by Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21–April 19): You may get richer quicker in 2018, Aries—especially if you refuse to sell out. You may accumulate more clout—especially if you treat everyone as your equal and always wield your power responsibly. Show More Summary

117 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Dec 5-10, 2017

Unusual, offbeat, quirky events you might not otherwise know about. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our arts critics have already recommended 85 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 32 best concerts, but there are still hundreds more events happening. Show More Summary

Savage Love

He's having sex with his significant other's daughter. What to do about it? by Dan Savage I used to be a fan of your column, Dan, but something happened to you. Maybe it's stress, the current political climate, or some other issue—I don't know. Show More Summary

New Beacon Hill Bar/Restaurant/Music Venue the Clock-Out Lounge Slated to Open in February

The Clock-Out Lounge will become Beacon Hill's only dedicated live music venue in February, if all goes according to plan. by Dave Segal Jodi Ecklund (left) and co-owner Denise Burnside plan to bring live music (and more) to Beacon Hill. Show More Summary

GOP Wants to End the Student Loan Forgiveness Program

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program allows some fulltime workers forgiveness on federal student loans after 10 years of qualifying monthly payments. The GOP wants to end it. by Katie Herzog North Carolina Rep. Virginia Foxx enjoys both dancing and crushing student loan debt forgiveness. Show More Summary

Two Students Wounded in Shooting Outside Pierce County High School

The victims were high school students, the school district says. by Sydney Brownstone Update 3:37 PM: Pierce County Sheriff's Department detective Ed Troyer reported on KIRO that deputies are "100 percent confident that the shootersShow More Summary

Protesters Disrupt Landlord Convention, State Rep Calls for Rent Control

And protesters interrupt a landlord convention. by Heidi Groover While landlords met inside the convention center, tenant advocates rallied outside. HG Tenant advocates and politicians, namely Kshama Sawant, have for years called for...Show More Summary

Even the Seattle Times Editorial Board Thinks Burien's Twitter Ban is Bananas

“I have a Twitter. I watch the Twitter. I see myself being Twittered about to people in the audience during a council meeting." by Sydney Brownstone The same Burien where a person repeatedly ran over progressive candidates' campaign signs with his car. Show More Summary

Savage Love Letter of the Day: Help! My Boyfriend's Son Saw My Sexy Vacation Pics!

Those photos were supposed to be private. by Dan Savage I have a bit of an issue on my hands. Please give me your advice. When we were on vacation, I had my boyfriend take some racy photos of me in lingerie. They are not pornographic, but they are provocative. Show More Summary

Popular Leftist YouTuber ContraPoints Gets Caught Up in University of British Columbia Free Speech Debate

ContraPoints agreed to participate in a conversation along with prominent conservative YouTubers. by Katie Herzog Natalie Parrott aka ContraPoints in "Decrypting the Alt-Right" ContraPoints/YouTube The latest drama coming out of higher...Show More Summary

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