The Stranger
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  • Seattle, Washington 98122
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  • Publication Day: Every Other Wednesday
  • Market Served: Seattle Metro Area
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The Stranger defines, defends, and sometimes defies the culture and politics of Seattle.

Our coverage arises from a resolutely urban point of view, offering a unique perspective on the topics that matter most to people who live, work, and play in Seattle. Our original news reporting is relentless and outspoken. Our smart, funny entertainment coverage sets the tone of the city’s cultural conversation. And our innovative, interactive calendar, Things To Do, is Seattle’s most popular and exhaustive source of event information.

The Stranger is unpredictable, and we’re not always nice. But we are unmistakably on the side of our city and our readers. We love Seattle so much that we want more of it: more housing, more transit options, more bars and restaurants, more people. We take our reporting seriously—we won a Pulitzer Prize for feature writing—but we are just as committed to gleefully fucking around.
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Recent Articles

Why I Am Probably Going to Send the Drunk Driver Who Killed My Parents a Christmas Card

The 10th anniversary of my parents' death brings up many emotions. Hate isn't one of them.
The Stranger  |  Emily Pothast  |  12-23-2015  |  Features

Why I Gave Up Booze in Favor of Weed

It helps with my anxiety, it doesn't give me hangovers, and are you aware of what it does to sex?
The Stranger  |  Sarah Galvin  |  04-13-2015  |  Drugs
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Recent Blog Posts

Trump Administration Bans Seven Words from Budget

This is what happens when a country elects a dictator. by Rich Smith If you banned seven words from Trump's...
The Stranger  |  12-15-2017  |  Slog

Great Zimbabwe a Star In Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

Skywalker's zimbabwe (which means house of stones) was built by nuns who appear to have evolved from frogs (or turtles)...
The Stranger  |  12-15-2017  |  Slog

Ballard Business Group Wants to Flood the City With Homeless Encampment Complaints

The city claims more complaints won't speed up sweeps. by Heidi Groover City officials removed this encampment in Sodo in...
The Stranger  |  12-15-2017  |  Slog
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