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Riding Along with Jim Jarmusch's Paterson

Riding along with Jim Jarmusch's Paterson by Erik Henriksen "T here are no poets that were ever in it for the money," Jim Jarmusch recently told British film magazine Little White Lies. "Nobody makes money being a poet. You scrounge, you have another job. Show More Summary

Intel Chiefs to President-Elect: Um, Dude, the Russians Have a Compromising Video of You Being Pissed On And/Or Near By Russian Sex Workers

by Dan Savage What was that, CNN? Classified documents presented last week to President Obama and President-elect Trump included allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr. Show More Summary

Dylann Roof Receives the Death Penalty in Charleston Massacre

by Jennifer Campbell In Darkness – Tribute to the Charleston Shooting Victims - Original Poem - Charleston Daily- https://t.co/mqdVRI4I2D #RoofTrial #EmanuelAME pic.twitter.com/JegeEy1Dfn— Charleston Daily (@ChuckTownDaily) DecemberShow More Summary

90 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do In Seattle This Week: Jan 10-15

Quirky and unusual events in Seattle happening Jan 10-15, 2017. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our arts critics have already recommended 36 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 22 best concerts, but there are still hundreds more events happening. Show More Summary

Don't Miss These 90 Quirky And Unusual Events This Week

The Nordic Lights Film Festival, Robert Burns Night, Friday The 13th Fest, And More Picks For Jan 10-15 by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our arts and music critics have already recommended great things to do this week (see them all on the home screen of the app), but there are still hundreds more events happening. Show More Summary

Sarah Schulman's Conflict Is Not Abuse Is a Guide to Keeping the Peace

Sarah Schulman's Conflict Is Not Abuse Is a Guide to Keeping the Peace by Rich Smith {{ image:1, align:right, width:300 }} L et's pretend you're a well-respected, white, female professor at a state university and you've just discovered...Show More Summary

Fox News Reportedly Helped Bill O'Reilly Scuttle a Sexual Harassment Suit

by Wm.? Steven Humphrey Courtesy Fox News Bill O'Reilly, loudmouth host of The O'Reilly Factor on Fox News, was accused of sexual harassment by a fellow Fox employee—but network executives hushed up the accusation and settled for a six-figure fee, according to a report from the New York Times. Show More Summary

Josh Feit Is Leaving PubliCola to Write Speeches for Mayor Ed Murray

by Heidi Groover Mayor Ed Murray is getting a new speechwriter. City of Seattle Longtime Seattle journalist Josh Feit is leaving his job as politics editor at Seattle Met to become a speechwriter for Mayor Ed Murray. Feit worked as news editor at The Stranger before founding the Met's politics blog, PubliCola, in 2009. Show More Summary

Attend The Stranger's Blabbermouth Podcast Live-Taping

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Rex Tillerson to Humans: You Must Adapt to Global Warming

by Charles Mudede "A cloud of pollution [caused by capitalism] hangs over the Eastern United States..." NASA In 2012, Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil's CEO, and Trump's pick for the next Secretary of State, admitted to the Council of Foreign...Show More Summary

Jeff Sessions Dodges Question About Whether He'll Go After Legalized Weed

by Rich Smith Still not sure what time it is on weed's doomsday clock. The Stranger During the Senate hearing to nominate Jeff Sessions as Attorney General, Senator Leahy of Vermont asked if Sessions if he wouldn't enforce federal laws that ban marijuana. Show More Summary

Prepare For The 2017 Oscars With These 11 Movies Still Playing In Seattle Theaters

by Stranger Things To Do Staff Will Hollywood's obsession with musicals make La La Land the big winner? Will stunning drama Moonlight get the praise it deserves? Whether you're going to an Oscars party next month or planning on half-watching...Show More Summary

Prepare For The 2017 Oscars With These 11 Movies Still Playing In Seattle Theaters

Where to see Moonlight, La La Land, Arrival, and other Academy Award contenders. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Whether you're going to an Oscars party next month or planning on half-watching with some popcorn at home, the best way to enjoy the Academy Awards is to have seen all (or most) of the movies beforehand. Show More Summary

Watch: Jeff Sessions's Confirmation Hearing

by Rich Smith It's Jeff Sessions's confirmation hearing day! So far, the longtime senator and former Attorney General of Alabama who was too much of a racist for a Republican-led committee to approve his nomination to Reagan's federal...Show More Summary

Sending Handmade Pussy Hats to Washington, DC, with Love and Power from Seattle

Sending Handmade Pussy Hats to Washington, DC, with Love and Power from Seattle by Ana Sofia Knauf O n the night of January 7, in the back section of Fremont's Red Door pub, about 30 women crowded in and set to work crafting pussy hats,...Show More Summary

Seattle's New Favorite Place to Drink: In the Bookstore

by Naomi Tomky You can grab beer or wine at the café at Ada's Technical Books. Cocktails are available downstairs in The Lab during special events. Suzi Pratt New bars spring up in Seattle like weeds in sidewalk cracks: anywhere, everywhere, and in droves. Show More Summary

Food News: Do You Want the Good News First, or the Bad News?

by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue Monica Dimas' fire chicken sandwiches, now available in U Village. AJ Ragasa Let's start with the good, why don't we? Lots of rad places opened up over the holidays. Marmite Now Pouring Up in Chophouse Row Bruce Nafalty's lunchtime soup joint is now open in the former Chop Shop space, reports CHS Blog. Show More Summary

I, Anonymous

I, Anonymous: Their Car Started Literally Falling Apart on a Dark, Rainy Night. SDOT to the Rescue! by Anonymous I was driving home on 99 north when I heard a loud metallic rattling under my car. I pulled into the bus lane, turned my hazards on, and proceeded to pull a large chunk of the undercarriage out from under my VW Beetle. Show More Summary

Marmite Rolls Out Its Full Lunch Slate on Capitol Hill

Now with salads, sandwiches, and desserts After a few weeks of teasing a limited menu of mostly soup for take-away eating, Capitol Hill’s Marmite has rolled out a full sit-down lunch. In addition to four soup options plus chicken orShow More Summary

America's Next Top Model Recap: Avant Garde & Meaty

by Chase Burns This week, the girls wear million dollar dresses down the deli aisle. Collage by author. Images by VH1. I have a solemn warning to America: the resurgence of the '90s choker was not a silly 2016 trend. No, '90s chokers are back and here to stay. Show More Summary

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