• //Curtis Hauser

    One in a thousand

    The first issue of Vue Weekly was made in a basement. It was 1995, and the staff of See Magazine had all jumped ship on that publication together. Vue...

  • music-jay-sparrow

    A new kind of twang

    Jay Sparrow spent much of his childhood on the road. His father was a touring musician, so he got a taste of transient life early on and didn’t ...

  • Getting ringside

    Grappling with the truth

    The gorgeously composed gloom sets in early in Foxcatcher and never really lets up. The film dramatizes the star-crossed convergence of fraternal Olym...

  • Pamela Tzeng // Vernon Rubiano

    Removing the boundaries

    As the year winds to a close, many resolution-makers are reflecting on how the passage of time (and bad habits) affect the body. Or maybe it’s j...

  • 1

    The cherpumple challenge

    Turduckens are so 2008. The hottest food-stuffed-with-more-food craze is the cherpumple: three pies (typically cherry, pumpkin and apple, as indicated...

One in a thousand

The first issue of Vue Weekly was made in a basement. It was 1995, and the staff of See Magazine had all jumped ship on that publication together. Vue hit the streets the following week as if nothing had happened, save the swap of a name. And while housing a full weekly newspaper staff in…