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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.

4/25/24: 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.’

4/18/24: 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?

4/17/24: ‘BEYOND’ BUMBERSHOOT
Apr 16th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Big arts space coming to a former big-box store; Comprehensive Plan had great ideas before Harrell neutered it; whistleblower says Boeing should ground all 787s; learning (for a fee) how to make awful AI e-books.

4/16/24: GETTING ROOTED
Apr 15th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

New book chronicles Seattle’s street trees; Seattle schools seeking causes for enrollment drops; pro-Palestinian protestors temporarily block highway to Sea-Tac; Fremont Brewing sells out to investor group.

4/15/24: AROUND THE WORLD IN 175 DAYS
Apr 14th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

100 years since the first round-the-world flight; why LA-made Rainier Beer’s missing from local bars; more background about the cop who killed Jaahnavi Kandula; data centers and electric cars straining the NW power grid.

3/28/24: DEATH AND DYSFUNCTION
Mar 27th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

PBS docu-series recounts local COVID responses; famed mountain climber Lou Whittaker dies; anti-fossil-fuel protest held at Amazon’s head offices; and, oh yeah, it’s baseball season.

3/13/24: BOTS AND MONSTERS
Mar 12th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

AI-illustrated kids’ book from a Microsoft exec and son; no surprises in WA Presidential primaries; still more bad news for Boeing; Gonzaga loses WCC title game (a rarity).

2/22/24: ARRANGEMENTS IN BLACK
Feb 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Black History Month art & music picks; cop who struck Jaahnavi Kandula won’t be charged; Seattle takes back part of Regional Homelessness Authority’s funding; Boeing’s 737 program head resigns.

2/21/24: OTHER NEEDLES, OTHER HAYSTACKS
Feb 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Fictional Seattles in film, TV, and games; Harrell’s ‘State of the City’ speech short on specifics; labor union supports big grocery merger; Amazon goes on the Dow Jones Industrials.

2/14/24: STILL PINE-ING
Feb 13th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Linda’s Tavern marks 30 years (without Linda); Alaska Air flight attendants authorize strike; ‘Twin Peaks’ museum exhibit coming to North Bend next week; the Smith Tower was almost turned residential.

2/12/24: TIME MAY CHANGE ME, BUT…
Feb 11th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Wallingford’s Changes gay bar at 35; Seattle author Neal Stephenson’s 1995 predictions about AI; bill to raise local property-tax cap dies in Legislature; SPD female employees allege harassment and discrimination.

1/2/24: GHOSTS OF NEWSPRINT PAST
Jan 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

The Rocket’s 21-year archives are now online; ex-Vito’s building burns again; New Year’s fireworks are a partial dud; 1/1 is a win/win for Seattle sports fans.

1/1/24: ’24 FRAMES
Dec 31st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

The Ins & Outs for the coming year of imperative action (and, we hope, some fun along the way).

11/24/23: LIFE ON ‘TAP’
Nov 23rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Are taprooms ‘the new coffee houses’?; Sam Altman’s back at OpenAI (so he’s not going to Microsoft); anti-Israel slogans tagged on Mercer Island synagogue’s walls; Pac-12 football’s demise draws near.

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