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1/30/24: BATTERIES NOT (TO BE) INCLUDED
Jan 29th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

City says don’t toss your old AAs in the trash; two gay bars cited for under-dressed patrons; migrant refugees to be kicked out of Kent hotel; ‘pickleball hotel’ coming to Interbay.

1/29/24: FROM MUSIC WITH ‘CARE’
Jan 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Music-scene outreach to supply the homeless; Tacoma man convicted at 18, out of prison at 43, could be sent back; ex-WA First Lady Nancy Evans dies; ‘three girls’ caught on cam vandalizing cars in Bellevue.

1/22/24: LET HER ‘BUG’ YOU
Jan 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A Tacoma-based ‘Muslim Khmer’ artist’s provocative installations; ‘SNL’ makes a spoof Alaska Airlines ad; Sens. Murray & Cantwell describe a horrific post-‘Roe’ landscape; a beloved Seattle music-scene figure dies.

1/9/24: MODELS OF ROLE MODELS
Jan 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

PacSci exhibit extols women in STEM; Huskies fall short in national football title game; fallen ‘door plug’ from 737 MAX 9 found in a Portland back yard; beloved Tacoma bagel-shop owner killed in New Orleans.

1/4/24: WELCOMING A ‘LEAP’ YEAR
Jan 3rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Dudes ‘land’ a dangerous 1/1 stunt; Burien sued over anti-homeless laws; antivax crusader running for state attorney general; remembering the ‘Queen of Soaps.’

12/27/23: YOU AND (A)I
Dec 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local sociologist says AI’s just an extension of human nature; five conservative state initiatives’ signatures are sent in; Starbucks, Amazon unions ‘are in limbo;’ fewer Seattle residents than (almost) ever are from here.

12/26/23: TWO KINDS OF HARDBALL
Dec 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shaun Scott book recounts the age-old sports/politics interface; more reaction to acquittals in Manny Ellis’ killing; the complicated truth behind that ‘nightmare tenant’ story; what Boxing Day means to me.

12/15/23: THE ARTIEST GHOSTS YOU KNOW
Dec 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Ghosts of Belltown’ group show opens new art space; ‘Jewish Voices for Peace’ mach closes University Bridge; city drug-treatment program already near capacity; could the feds order Starbucks to reopen unionized-then-closed stores?

12/1/23: A CITY’S ‘SKIN’
Nov 30th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ahamefule J. Oluo stage musical becomes a locally-shot film; feds may recommend offing Snake River dams; workplace issues probed at a major state agency; UW study says AI images often perpetuate race/gender stereotypes.

11/27/23: MOURNING IN THE FORECAST
Nov 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local TV legend Steve Pool dies; UW football finishes an imperfectly-perfect regular season; evictions on the rise after pandemic protections end; pro-ceasefire protesters show up at Westlake Xmas-tree ceremony.

10/12/23: THAT’S A LOT OF ROTISSERIE CHICKENS
Oct 11th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

NYC authors recount the ‘Joy of Costco;’ Instacart hates Seattle’s worker-protection laws; Seattle Schools planning big budget cuts; Kirkland police used ‘irritant’ on protesters.

10/10/23: YOU KNOW THIS DRILL
Oct 9th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Chinese Community Girls Drill Team honored in new documentary; city loses on millions in expired traffic tickets; why a work-from-home activist had to quit Amazon; Seattle Parks Dept. threatens to replace BLM Memorial Garden.

10/9/23: A BLANKET STATEMENT
Oct 8th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-local actor wears 8th Generation garb on a major magazine cover; grocery mega-merger scheme could go to court; why Alaska snow-crab season was canceled; do you have to be old to be a ‘true Seattleite’?

10/3/23: KLU-LESS
Oct 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Longtime Seattle art/music scene figure dies; three City Councilmembers say they’re against any major ‘austerity’ budget cuts; SDOT’s got ideas for climate-change responses in transportation; Seattle’s Hard Rock Cafe still exists (but not for long).

9/26/23: ‘SIX DAYS’ YOU WOULDN’T WANT TO LIVE
Sep 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Online game simulates a very-real war zone; Ann Davison wants OK to sweep encampments without promising shelter; 3rd Ave. could get high-rise rezoning; lawsuit cites birth defects among Boeing Everett workers.

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