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5/3/24: REAP THE WILD RAINIERS
May 2nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Documentary about Seattle’s favorite old beer ads premieres at SIFF; SPD officer censured after racial slur; protest encampment at UW gathers more support; two longtime WA wineries will be locally-owned again.

4/18/24: NOT FOR ‘SAIL’
Apr 17th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Satirical ‘activist’ site says only the rich would benefit from capital gains tax-cut initiative; police kill suspect at Tukwila hotel; dental-clinic chain coming to town; did Boeing’s problems start when its HQ left Seattle?

4/5/24: 50 YEARS AFTER
Apr 4th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Anniversary of Spokane’s Expo ’74 (and of Cobain’s death); Harrell announces a not-so-exciting transportation plan; John Oliver vs. food delivery app companies.

4/2/24: COURTING INFLUENCE
Apr 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Online ‘influencers’ are a growing target of restaurant marketing; Rainier View principal transferred out; more protests against Tacoma ICE jail; MAGAts will invoke racism on any flimsy excuse.

1/25/24: THREE YEARS AFTER
Jan 24th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

City’s $10 million settlement with CHOP-era police abuse victims; Boeing reportedly ‘improperly reinstalled’ 737 MAX 9 door plug, while Cantwell calls for hearings; no more ‘trucks, trucks, and more trucks.’

11/27/23: MOURNING IN THE FORECAST
Nov 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local TV legend Steve Pool dies; UW football finishes an imperfectly-perfect regular season; evictions on the rise after pandemic protections end; pro-ceasefire protesters show up at Westlake Xmas-tree ceremony.

10/13/23: ‘REEL’ CHANGE
Oct 12th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

New SIFF sign goes up at ex-Cinerama; Cafe Racer closes for the fourth time; supporters of Israel and of the Palestinians kept apart at simultaneous UW rallies; Homelessness Authority job cuts could leave some, well, homeless.

9/27/23: SOUTH OF THE BORDER, EAST OF THE MOUNTAINS
Sep 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Yakima Hispanic trio’s breakthrough; Harrell budget plan doesn’t address predicted funding crunch; FTC & 17 states sue Amazon for anti-competitive practices; turning crab shells into ‘useful chemicals.’

9/21/23: A TIME OF THE SIGNS
Sep 20th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Tacoma’s Almond Roca neon sign re-created; Harrell signs, extols new drug law; Snohomish novelty candle maker sues Fla. imitator, wins; local COVID cases creeping back up.

7/21/23: VINTAGES (WINE, MUSIC, PHOTOS)
Jul 20th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ol’ punk pix on a winery’s walls; honoring Bruce Lee on his death anniversary; Inslee vows to probe oil-biz profits; among many other happenings this weekend, a certain singer’s in town.

7/20/23: PAST INTERCEPTED
Jul 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seahawks hope to sell lotsa ‘throwback’ jerseys; this year’s Seattle Art Fair to be more local than ever; court says Seattle’s doing too many encampment sweeps without advance notice; in Seattle becoming ‘a trans haven’?

6/16/23: A JEWEL AMONG THE JUNK (MAIL)
Jun 15th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Artist’s collage sent out with ad flyers; Kraken arena people picked to replace Memorial Stadium; Seattle’s getting a new telephone area code; UW researchers get tentative contract offer.

5/19/23: FLYING FISH
May 18th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Indigenous artist paints an Alaska Airlines plane; Seattle population’s growing again; a new federal program hopes to help solve homelessness here and in five other places; happy (day after) Mt. St. Helens Day.

5/15/23: ARTIFICIAL (INTELLIGENCE, TURF)
May 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seahawks use AI art prompts to make promo imagery; doctors fleeing post-Roe Idaho; Kraken in another playoff Game 7; what should be the CInerama’s new name?

5/5/23: ‘BLOCK’ GRANTS \
May 4th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Backyard cottage program for the homeless touts success; guilty plea in CHOP killing; Microsoft exec says AI ‘could cause real damage;’ Kraken owners want contract to replace Memorial Stadium.

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