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10/20/23: WHO WILL YOU BE?
Oct 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

My suggestion for a Seattle-centric Halloween getup; big-money backed trucking startup Convoy calls it quits; new elementary school project could sacrifice classrooms for parking; dissing the new city drug law as it takes effect.

10/17/23: A LESSON FROM SEVERAL WARS AGO
Oct 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local creator’s graphic novel of a Jewish man’s compassion amid WWII internments; Rite Aid bankruptcy could doom more Bartell stores; where transit ridership has and hasn’t returned; toxic algae closes Green Lake.

10/9/23: A BLANKET STATEMENT
Oct 8th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-local actor wears 8th Generation garb on a major magazine cover; grocery mega-merger scheme could go to court; why Alaska snow-crab season was canceled; do you have to be old to be a ‘true Seattleite’?

10/3/23: KLU-LESS
Oct 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Longtime Seattle art/music scene figure dies; three City Councilmembers say they’re against any major ‘austerity’ budget cuts; SDOT’s got ideas for climate-change responses in transportation; Seattle’s Hard Rock Cafe still exists (but not for long).

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.’

9/26/23: ‘SIX DAYS’ YOU WOULDN’T WANT TO LIVE
Sep 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Online game simulates a very-real war zone; Ann Davison wants OK to sweep encampments without promising shelter; 3rd Ave. could get high-rise rezoning; lawsuit cites birth defects among Boeing Everett workers.

9/22/23: FORGOTTEN ‘NO’ MORE
Sep 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Centennial of ‘No-No Boy’ novelist John Okada; Microsoft to infuse AI into Windows and other products; ‘could selling sewage save the Salish Sea?;’ heavy rain possible next week.

9/19/23: THE TREES ARE WATCHING
Sep 18th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Nighttime video-art installation at City Hall Park; why some places with more poverty don’t have more homelessness; why people don’t get needed mental-health treatment; do you trust SPD to fairly enforce a new drug law?

9/18/23: ‘JUSTICE FOR JAAHNAVI’
Sep 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Marchers want cops who ‘joked’ about woman run over by another cop fired; SPD takes 50 minutes to answer hate-crime call at Wing Luke Museum; 300 affordable units planned at former Rainier Valley 7-Eleven site; a personal tragedy.

9/13/23: ‘EXIT,’ STAGE LEFT
Sep 12th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Chaos and male fragility’ in ex-Amazonian’s memoir; City Council’s revised war-on-drug bill moves ahead; Lusty Lady sign (what’s left of it) comes down; is or isn’t Seattle an AI industry powerhouse?

9/12/23: WHERE XX’S MEET XX’S (AND IDENTIFIERS)
Sep 11th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s newest lesbian bar; cops caught laughing about another cop running over someone; family-friendly shelter units are especially scarce; saving what’s left of Seattle’s historic Black neighborhood.

8/30/23: OFFLINE TROLLS
Aug 29th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Danish artist’s big recycled-wood statues going up; damp weather doesn’t mean wildfire season’s over; altering light-rail expansion plans will cost time & money; how can Funko stage a ‘Pop!’ comeback?

8/22/23: MOVING UP, AND IN
Aug 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

UK story about Seattle pair’s escape from homelessness; WA, BC fires continue as Seattle air improves; more repair-related delays to light rail; Oahu-born journalist asks you to not visit there now.

8/18/23: I DON’T KNOW’S ON THIRD
Aug 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Developer wants 3rd Ave to be a pedestrian plaza (no buses); Inslee sued over ‘gender affirming care’ law; wildfires shut down two City Light dams; the Seattle connection to a ‘racial’ (and racist) ‘brain collection’ at the Smithsonian.

8/8/23: BRINGING SOME PIECES OF HOME
Aug 7th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe put up a Seattle artist’s works in their fancy new NYC abode; wildfire threatens big City Light dams; SPD officers may have detained a Black delivery driver at gunpoint; what street sex workers really need.

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