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12/2/22: RUN FOR HER LIFE
Dec 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Running While Black’ author’s new KCTS series; court again rejects SPD officers’ suit against Sawant; Amazon to keep selling antisemitic video; does the state really need an ‘organized retail theft task force’?

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.

11/25/22: SURVIVING IMAGES
Nov 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Native American Heritage Month-themed art shows; still more city budget details; free home COVID tests to end; human programmers sue Microsoft over ‘self-writing’ AI coding project.

11/22/22: ‘THE COMIC, NOT THE BAND’
Nov 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fantagraphics marks 40 years of ‘Love & Rockets;’ a local memorial to traffic deaths had to update its numbers; Rep. Jayapal doesn’t like the big supermarket-merger plan; Starbucks closing another unionized store, again supposedly over ‘safety concerns.’

11/10/22: MORE NUMBERS, SAME RESULTS
Nov 9th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Second set of ballots doesn’t change city, state races; Amazon’s stock value drops $1 trillion since year’s start; Paul Allen’s private art collection auctioned for a total of $1.5 billion; Ingraham High School shooting suspect could face a murder charge.

11/4/22: REEL-ING IN THE YEARS
Nov 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Memories of the Bumbershoot arts festival’s One Reel-produced era; investigating a 2021 protest-site clash between an undercover cop and undercover deputies; should Union Station have trains again?; could Gonzaga basketball move to a major conference?

10/20/22: BIGFOOT ON YOUR FOOT
Oct 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Nooksack designer Louie Gong’s ‘Sasquatch Collection’ shoes; someone’s defacing Kshama Sawant’s house; Seattle’s Best Coffee sold to Nestlé; state could pay big $ over mentally-ill defendents stuck in jails.

10/12/22: THE REAL FAULT IN OUR STARS
Oct 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

William Shatner on the sadness of space as seen from Jeff Bezos’ rocket; Seattle’s COVID ‘state of emergency’ to end; another post-CHOP report instructs SPD to ‘repair public trust;’ city of SeaTac to get the nation’s highest minimum wage (at least for some occupations).

10/6/22: THEY’RE HERE, THEY’RE QUEER, THEY’RE JOYOUS
Oct 5th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local artist depicts ‘self expression/identity;’ Sen. Murray goes where Tiffany Smiley fears to tread (Capitol Hill); what Amazon may want in the health-care biz; ‘Seattle Times’ shrinkage watch.

10/5/22: A YEAR IN THE LIVES
Oct 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Ten photogs making Chinatown-International District documentary; film historian/theater owner Dennis Nyback dies; SPD fires cop who ‘joked’ online about police-violence victims; Melinda French Gates’ $1 billion in investments for women.

9/29/22: ROBO-BUZZ
Sep 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

New coffee chain uses ‘barista bots;’ Harrell wants controversial sonic tech to track down gunshots; Mackenzie Scott divorces hubby #2; GOP Legislative candidate admits his past anti-Jewish Facebook meme post.

9/23/22: ‘R’ FOR ‘REMEMBER’
Sep 22nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tacoma bar owners’ quest to restore the old, funny Rainier Beer ads; Seattle’s median income hits a new high (and why that’s bad); state official is ‘cautiously optimistic’ about the COVID fight in WA; we just had our driest summer ever.

9/14/22: (ALMOST) READY TO SERVE
Sep 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A Stranger writer’s history of queer comedy in TV sitcoms; school in Seattle starts at last; NYT essay lauds Seattle’s JustCare housing program; Starbucks to spend millions on store automation (while still union-busting).

9/2/22: SHE’S FREE AT LAST
Sep 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Gospel choir leader Rev. Patrinell Wright RIP; Central Cinema workers walk out in solidarity with a trans colleague; Starbucks has a new CEO; ‘NYT’ finds a Seattle in recovery mode.

8/24/22: ALL THE BASES
Aug 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Mural about NW baseball history at the Ms’ new bar (where Pyramid used to be); King County has seven new e. coli cases; that supposed ‘Gorge shooter wannabe’ now apparently wasn’t; Starbucks finds a reason to close another unionized store.

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