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5/17/24: NETTING A LEGACY
May 16th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

‘Google Doodle’ honors late NW Native-rights leader; Homelessness Authority’s interim boss doesn’t want the permanent gig; judge dismisses anti-trans lawsuit; stripper/mayoral candidate wants to bring the joy back to Portland.

5/14/24: SAFE CROSSING
May 13th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s first ‘protected intersection’ installed; both ‘other’ Bob Fergusons quit governor’s race; Melinda French Gates quits the foundation she co-founded; former local comics publisher dies.

5/10/24: LITTLE DEATH MARKERS
May 9th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Artist paints skulls on fentanyl-stained foil; We Heart Seattle leader starts a curious Legislative run; Ferguson’s inquiry into Catholic child-abuse coverups; it’s gonna be hot out.

5/8/24: IN-TENT-CITY
May 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Book about a sanctioned encampment by someone who lived in it; UW ‘scuffle’ between pro-Gaza protesters, Charlie Kirk followers; Macklemore’s protest-supporting song; an online dashboard of Mayor Harrell’s ‘promises.’

5/7/24: DAYS OF ‘NO FUTURE’ PAST
May 6th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering Seattle’s first (very short-lived) punk rock club; UW tells protesters it won’t cut Boeing ties; 3rd Ave’s real problem isn’t buses; another FAA investigation starts into Boeing’s safety practices.

5/6/24: HER LAST MESSAGE
May 5th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A beloved local author’s final email to friends; Harrell submits a bigger transportation levy; pro-Gaza protest encampments at UW keep growing; the temporarily-hot ‘loose zebra meme’ craze ends on a positive note.

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.

5/2/24: STILL KRINGIN’
May 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Checking in with a former cable-access legend; second Boeing (or rather Spirit) whistleblower dies; ex-Bothell official arrested for alleged murder; second UW protest encampment shows up.

4/29/24: WELL TRAINED
Apr 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Eastside light rail’s arrival (at last, partly); the Boeing crisis and US manufacturing’s ‘dark age;’ feds’ report about ICE jail death leaves out a lot; FTC claims Amazon regularly deleted internal messages.

4/26/24: ‘HAM’ ON WRY
Apr 25th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Rep’s ‘Fat Ham’ inverts Shakespeare tropes; Kraken leave cable for broadcast TV and Amazon streaming; big profits (and security concerns) for Microsoft; Rep. Adam Smith doesn’t like pro-Gaza protesters.

4/25/24: SPIRITS AND IMAGES
Apr 24th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Tessa Hulls graphic novel ‘Feeding Ghosts’ praised as an all-time great; SDOT paints over words on pro-ceasefire street mural; Boeing ‘bleeding cash;’ WA GOP convention delegates ‘not into democracy.’

4/24/24: YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE (GENDER-FLUID) SWEAT
Apr 23rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

3D tour of late, beloved Re-bar; students, others march for Gaza peace; ex-cop/suspected killer apparently kills self while on the run; Boeing engineers claim ‘retaliation’ by company.

4/23/24: LISTEN TO THE BANNED
Apr 22nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Stories of young red-state clients of SPL’s ‘Books Unbanned’ program; Auburn police officer’s murder trial starts; more low-income tenants facing eviction; students planning big pro-Palestinian actions around the region today.

4/22/24: A-‘CUTE’ ANGLE
Apr 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Historic mid-century Egan House for sale; state GOP convention descends into chaos; US Supreme Court to take on OR town’s draconian anti-homeless law; what light rail can do to/for the Eastside.

4/19/24: A HERO’S TRIBUTE
Apr 19th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved ‘Salish geek’ artist Jeffrey Veregge dies; City Council committee rejects affordable-housing scheme; Alaska Air officials optimistic after first-quarter losses; Seattle Storm opens its fancy new practice facility.

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