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Terry Gross Shit Talked Bill O'Reilly on The Tonight Show and It Was Great

The public radio legend joined Kesha and Anthony Anderson. by Katie Herzog The Tonight Show Fresh Air host Terry Gross left her dimly lit studio in Philadelphia Thursday to join Kesha and Anthony Anderson on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Show More Summary

Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Closet Full of Lesbians

by Dan Savage I'm a 26-year-old lesbian from Australia and I have a question about one of my friends. She has been with her boyfriend for about seven years and they have been through a lot together, including the death of his father a couple of years ago. Show More Summary

Inbox Jukebox: A Weekly Shortlist of Good New Music. Hinds, Tony Allen, Naomi Punk, and More

Listen up. by Dave Segal Hinds just pulled off one of the sweetest Kevin Ayers covers of all time. CJ Harvey Hinds, "Caribbean Moon" (Mom+Pop Music). One of the freshest Spanish rock bands covering Kevin Ayers's faux-calypso curio "Caribbean Moon" from his 1973 album, Bananamour? Sign me up. Show More Summary

Taste This, Seattle: The Smoked Salmon Crepe at Joe Bar

A smoked salmon crepe—and a story. by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue Lunch goals AF. TCB Joe Bar is truly one of Seattle's treasures. The little cafe, creperie, and art gallery in Capitol Hill's iconic Loveless Building is like your friend who is always perfectly dressed for the occasion. Show More Summary

The Stranger's Highball Week Is Coming! Here's Where To Go in Fremont & Ballard

by Stranger Things To Do Staff It’s almost time for The Stranger's HIGHBALL WEEK! Brace yourself for 15 specially crafted cocktails, for only $5 each! Check out what your favorite neighborhood bars have in store for you for August 21-27...Show More Summary

Charleena Lyles' Family Files Claim Against City of Seattle

by Heidi Groover Charleena Lyles' younger sister, Tiffany Rodgers, and other family members led a march in the wake of Lyles' death. nate gowdy The family of Charleena Lyles has filed a claim against the City of Seattle over Lyles' death,...Show More Summary

Today on Craigslist: Man Wants to Impregnate Some Lucky Woman During Eclipse

Must like cats. by Wm.? Steven Humphrey Ian Hitchcock / Getty Check out this Craigslist ad spotted by the keen eyes of Reddit: An East Bay resident is interested in impregnating some lucky woman during the upcoming eclipse. Sooooo......Show More Summary

Week in Weed: Weed Gets Its Own Town, Seattle Hempfest Gets Targeted, and How To Be A Good “Weed Citizen”

A marijuana-themed ghost town?!? Sign me up. by Amber Cortes A marijuana-themed ghost town?!? Sign me up. WIKIMEDIA COMMONS The first marijuana themed-town might become a thing if the company that just bought a California ghost town can actually make it happen. Show More Summary

How Much Did Mayoral Candidates Pay for Your Vote?

by Heidi Groover Jenny Durkan (right) spent nearly twice as much per vote as Cary Moon (left). nate gowdy Former U.S. attorney Jenny Durkan spent $7.62 per vote to win first in this year's mayoral primary, almost twice as much as any other candidate. How much the candidates spent per vote can reflect how much money they raised. Show More Summary

The People’s Pub in Ballard Closes Tomorrow After 17 Years (and More Updates)

Amazon wants to develop MREs, Flintcreek is Seattle Met’s restaurant of the year, and more Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Send intel to seattle@eater.com. Flintcreek Cattle...Show More Summary

Where to Enjoy Cheap Eats in Seattle, Summer 2017

Don't break the bank Going out to eat can quickly add up. That's why Eater's collected a list of some of the cheapest eats in the city, providing the best bang for a buck: pho, homemade dosas, tacos and burritos, barbecue and pizza, Malaysian specialties, and even turkey sandwiches or sports-themed burgers. Show More Summary

Police Reports Illustrated: Cop Goes to Taco Place, Orders (Stake)Out

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Meet the Michigan-Based Anti-Immigrant Group Backing Burien's Sanctuary City Repeal

by Sydney Brownstone Burien residents and activists holding signs at the August 7 meeting in which the Burien City Council voted to put Initiative 1 on the November ballot. Ryan T. Bell Last week Burien lawmakers voted to place on the...Show More Summary

The Morning News: Seattle Vietnamese Community Mourns Tommy Le, King County Sees Rise in Drug Deaths

by Ana Sofia Knauf "There is no pain like losing my son," Hoai Le, father of Tommy Le, said during a community forum in July. Le was fatally shot by a King County Sheriff's deputy after a Burien resident said Le stabbed at their door with an object in his hand. Show More Summary

Required Viewing: The Opening of Last Night's Rachel Maddow Show

by Dan Savage Rachel Maddow might make you feel a little better about the news... But everything else going on this morning is going to make you feel worse... Military solutions are now fully in place,locked and loaded,should North Korea act unwisely. Show More Summary

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Seattle Mayoral Race: Oh, Hey—There Was a Ballot Drop Today?

by Dan Savage There was a tiny ballot drop today. "It remains almost certain that Cary Moon will make it through to the November election," Heidi Groover wrote yesterday. Today it looks a weensy bit certain-er that Moon will go to the general election. Show More Summary

Capitol Hill Art Walk is Tonight! Here's Where To Go

by Stranger Things To Do Staff See new work by Clyde Petersen at Glory Holes, Circle Jerks and Happy Endings. Tonight is Capitol Hill Art Walk, your monthly opportunity to stroll around the neighborhood and check out galleries and special events with other tipsy art lovers. Show More Summary

32 Movies Worth Watching in Seattle This Weekend: Aug 10-13, 2017

The Stranger's film critics' picks for Aug 10-13, 2017. by Stranger Things To Do Staff It's August, traditionally around the time that studios release their least promising films—but don't be fooled. There are still plenty of great movies showing at small venues and bloated multiplexes. Show More Summary

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