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12/6/22: THAT SINKING FEELING, 147 YEARS LATER
Dec 5th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

1875 shipwreck remains found off WA coast; gun background-check law may finally get enforced; magic-mushroom therapy begins in Oregon; faulty Xmas-tree lights cause major house fire.

12/1/22: TEN YEARS AFTER
Nov 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

MOHAI marks a decade at South Lake Union amid a vastly-changing city; budget bill passes, but city will still need to find more revenue; Everett Herald cuts back on print editions; someone stole the stuffed cougar from Vito’s.

11/28/22: IT’S FOR YOU
Nov 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A disconnected landline phone for ‘calling’ long-gone loved ones; film programmer Ruth Hayler RIP; Everett shooting victim gets away by vehicle but not very far; restricting police hi-speed chases saves bystanders’ lives.

10/19/22: LITTLE BOXES, NOT IN A ROW
Oct 18th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Studying (and saving) ‘mid-century modern’ apartments; Chamber of Commerce poll shows support for housing; why crews sometimes let wildfires keep burning; two more days of smoky skies.

10/17/22: I DON’T KNOW’S ON THIRD
Oct 16th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Another concept for ‘reviving’ Third Ave.; Mariners drag it out to the bitter (elongated) end; grocery clerks’ union opposes Kroger/Albertsons merger; King County scraps expanded-shelter plan in SoDo.

9/30/22: WHEN ‘HOME’ FEELS LESS HOMEY
Sep 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local author on how to mentally survive on a changing planet; 191 texts were ‘manually deleted’ from Durkan’s phone after 2020 protests; local crab populations ‘flourishing’ but still not salmon; Congressional candidate Joe Kent tries to distance himself (but not too far) from far-right extremists.

9/15/22: NEW SPARKS
Sep 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Africatown’s new community center opens in a gorgeous ex-fire station; a gruesome stabbing and house fire in Montlake; what we’re only now learning about COVID deaths in WA prisons; saying the unsayable about the Ms’ chances.

8/30/22: MEMORIES OF AUGUST PAST
Aug 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Playwright August Wilson’s Seattle legacy; Kent teacher strike continues; does ‘suppressing’ wildfires just make the crisis worse?; while local media seem to care only about cops, the Seattle Fire Dept.’s also understaffed and spending millions in OT pay.

8/19/22: JUST BEGUN TO GAME
Aug 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

12-year-old game developer featured at Emerald City Comic Con; an ‘NYT’ profile depicts Gravity Payments’ Dan Price as both a PR genius and an abuser of several women; more light-rail construction delays on all three projects; the preseason Seahawks look not-very-good.

8/15/22: MODEST HOME, SACRED SPACE
Aug 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Saving the 1887 Tacoma house of a Black community builder; rents still skyrocket here and nationally; several weekend shootings plus a dreadful light-rail-platform death; a single Amazon Go deli-mart’s temporary closure doesn’t mean Seattle’s dying.

8/3/22: I (DON’T) LOVE THAT DIRTY WATER
Aug 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Hope for a cleaner Duwamish; first primary ballot drop shows few signs of a ‘red wave;’ why today’s COVID strains are so threatening; City Council votes to end grocery workers’ hazard pay.

7/19/22: SIGNING OUT
Jul 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Student signatures from 1938 found on rediscovered school blackboard; Julio Rodriguez makes a splashy ‘national stage’ debut; local hospitals are overcrowded again; Idaho GOP wants even harsher laws against women.

7/15/22: ALL’S NOT ‘FAIR’
Jul 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Art Fair (and big ‘alternative’ exhibits) return; competing voting-reform measures on city Nov. ballot; COVID subvariant case counts keep growing; are Starbucks’ ‘safety’ closures really anti-union moves?

7/13/22: A MASTER, BUT ALWAYS A STUDENT
Jul 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Exhibit shows a different aspect of Bruce Lee; revised high-rise plan saves El Corazon building; Amazon ‘Prime Day” and its (many) discontents; homelessness results when (duh) people can’t afford homes.

7/7/22: THE LAST LONDON BROIL?
Jul 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Inquest jury sides with officers who killed Charleena Lyles; redevelopment threatens Wedgwood Broiler; Childhaven to leave Seattle, KCTS/Crosscut to move into its building; ‘Lid I-5’ movement gets an important endorsement.

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