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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.

9/15/23: THAT OTHER ‘LONGHAIR’ MUSIC
Sep 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Mike McCready starts a ‘grunge rock opera’ project; rally seeks justice for Jaahnavi Kandula; Seattle median income tops $100,000; a Seattle techie bemoans his lowly life.

9/14/23: A POTENTIAL ‘SLEEPER’ HIT?
Sep 13th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Film ‘Fantasy A Gets a Mattress’ shows struggles of being an artist in Seattle; stats show widening local wage gaps; more reaction to post-police-killing ‘joke;’ feds sue Amazon over ‘deceptive’ Prime subscription practices.

8/31/23: LEADER OF THE ‘PAX’?
Aug 30th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Will the PAX video-game expo outdraw the revived Bumbershoot?; late-summer COVID wave; some non-teaching Seattle Schools staff could strike; fish are ‘dying in droves’ on a Vancouver Island river.

8/24/23: FORGETTING A REMEMBRANCE
Aug 23rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Cal Anderson’s memorial tree suddenly removed from state capitol campus; wildfire smoke’s coming back here; 22 counties sue DSHS over ‘mental health failures;’ Republicans won’t believe Seattle’s not a burnt-down hellhole.

8/17/23: ’SEEING’ TEXTURES
Aug 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Blind painter’s touchable works; heat wave drags on at least one more day; UW report exposes ‘use of force’ incidents at Tacoma ICE jail; state claims O’Reilly Auto Parts discriminated against pregnant workers.

8/10/23: IF IT’S THURSDAY, THIS MUST BE CHAT GPT
Aug 9th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

AI-written travel books with bot-posted rave reviews; historic Wedgwood tree saved; ‘stabilization workgroup’ proposes several new city taxes (not all of them legally available); right-wingers want to close one WA county’s only library.

/3/23: WASHINGTON ‘DREAMIN”
Aug 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Biopic about ’70s eastern-WA musicians whose LP’s ‘discovered’ decades later; updated vote totals don’t change much; short-staffed youth jail teeming with detainees; how rich must you be to buy a Seattle house?

7/20/23: PAST INTERCEPTED
Jul 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seahawks hope to sell lotsa ‘throwback’ jerseys; this year’s Seattle Art Fair to be more local than ever; court says Seattle’s doing too many encampment sweeps without advance notice; in Seattle becoming ‘a trans haven’?

7/13/23: HE’S BEEN THERE
Jul 13th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local man bicycles every Seattle block; Canlis servers accuse ‘wage theft;’ friends of threatened Tacoma church take their case to the Vatican; ‘Seattle Times’ columnist thinks Hitler wasn’t so bad (comparatively).

6/29/23: IT’S NOT ME, IT’S ‘YOU’
Jun 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Harrell gives details about his big downtown plan; Elliott Bay Books at 50; TeatroZinZanni’s got a new ex-church ‘residence;’ trans teen’s family sues Premera Blue Cross to pay for top surgery.

6/22/23: THE HEALTH OF NATIONS
Jun 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Rep. Adam Smith writes about overcoming chronic pain and anxiety; FTC claims Amazon enrolls customers in Prime w/o consent; alleged Gorge shooter speaks; Seattle’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ street mural outlives some others.

6/15/23: OLD MUSIC, NEW TECH
Jun 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Bringing the music of pre-Soviet Ukraine into the digital age; judge says city can’t ban anti-police chalk-art slogans; it now takes twice the minimum wage to afford a Seattle apartment; a better way to think of AI chatbots.

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