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3/29/24: NOT JUST THE CLOTHES ARE BLACK
Mar 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Black Punk Weekend brings both films and live acts; COVID’s not done with the City Council; GOP lawmaker mistakes Gonzaga b-ball team for ‘illegal invaders;’ Kraken holds Pride Night, defying NHL execs.

3/22/24: A POEM CLOSE TO HOME
Mar 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Public poetry coming to a storefront near you; feds say Apple’s ‘monopolistic’ behavior doomed Amazon, Microsoft smartphones; more Oso landslide remembrances; city’s auctioning off leftover pandemic PPE gear.

3/19/24: ‘DISPLAY’ SETTINGS
Mar 18th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Print mag ‘PublicDisplay.ART’ folds; state official ‘asked to resign’ after claims of racist actions; more Boeing jets, more mishaps in Oregon; the down side of a warm early spring.

3/11/24: RIPPING A NEW, ER, DOOR HOLE
Mar 10th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

John Oliver disses Boeing’s corporate priorities; county deputies asked to not enforce Burien camping ban; skyrocketing costs for salmon-friendly water passages; four years since the first COVID shutdowns.

2/9/24: LOOKING BACK IN BLACK
Feb 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A pop up African American museum in Columbia City this month; a jury award in the case of Children’s Hospital mold infections; kids at a Seattle daycare secretly got fed melatonin; Ristorante Machiavelli’s suddenly closing.

1/25/24: THREE YEARS AFTER
Jan 24th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

City’s $10 million settlement with CHOP-era police abuse victims; Boeing reportedly ‘improperly reinstalled’ 737 MAX 9 door plug, while Cantwell calls for hearings; no more ‘trucks, trucks, and more trucks.’

1/8/24: THE DOOR OF RECKONING
Jan 7th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Blown ‘door plug’ on an Alaska Airlines flight from Portland grounds 737 MAX 9 jets; Gaza protest blocks I-5 for five hours; the Legislature’s back in session; Huskies playing for respect (and a national football title).

12/28/23: UPROOTED
Dec 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

City removes BLM Garden at Cal Anderson Park; delivery co. leaves Seattle rather than heed new labor laws; AI data centers use a helluva lotta water for cooling; the state won’t get new ferry boats for a long time.

12/22/23: ‘DISAPPOINTED, NOT SURPRISED’
Dec 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Frustration after not-guilty verdicts to Tacoma officers in Manny Ellis’ death; Seattle Children’s won’t rat on trans patients to Texas authorities; state tells for-profit ICE jail to pay detainee workers; city ‘safe RV lot’ finally opening.

12/6/23: CRY ME AN ATMOSPHERIC RIVER
Dec 5th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Heavy, warm rains bring floods, landslides, and stuck vehicles; many hospitals require masks again; WA population keeps getting bigger & older; Microsoft employees must return to the office or lose their desks.

10/24/23: MOTHER OF POP
Oct 23rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Artist/curator Tariqa Waters wins big SAM award; off-duty pilot tries to sabotage Alaska Air flight; business groups spending big in City Council races; Bainbridge High football players accused of chanting racial epithets.

10/5/23: NON-DUTCH MASTERS
Oct 4th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

BC artist drops Bezos’ face(s) into a Rembrandt scene; Constantine seeks sales-tax hike for arts groups; Kaiser Permanente workers striking for three days; more gay men can now donate blood.

9/29/23: STAMP OF ACHIEVEMENT
Sep 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

USPS picks local artist for Hispanic Heritage stamp; cop who laughed at Kandula death taken off the streets; FTC suit says Amazon has a ‘secret pricing algorithm;’ judge cites Starbucks for underpaying unionized workers.

9/28/23: THE BIG YELLOW (ELECTRIC) BUS
Sep 27th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Metro’s new buses will bear new colors; locals tell Fox News that Seattle’s all right after all; FTC suit could define Amazon’s post-Bezos era; calling out Target on its ‘crime’ excuse for closing two small stores.

9/21/23: A TIME OF THE SIGNS
Sep 20th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Tacoma’s Almond Roca neon sign re-created; Harrell signs, extols new drug law; Snohomish novelty candle maker sues Fla. imitator, wins; local COVID cases creeping back up.

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