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11/13/23: NO MOD CONS
Nov 12th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Fancy but tiny (and toilet-less) treehouse no longer for sale; two incumbents now lead in City Council votes; camping to protest Burien anti-camping law; Megan Rapinoe’s career ends with an injury.

11/9/23: DON’T PUT A CORK IN IT
Nov 8th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

WA wine biz still needs fiscally-troubled Chateau Ste. Michelle; ‘white powder’ scare at election offices; tire makers sued over salmon-killing chemicals; new City Council could just mean (big) business as usual.

10/27/23: BOO-SEUM PIECES
Oct 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Japanese woodblock ghost stories at SAM; The Postman store staying open after all; PCC claims its workers make too much (they disagree); why this year’s World Series may particularly irk Mariners fans.

10/23/23: WHEN STUDENTS DO THE TEACHING
Oct 22nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Chief Sealth HS students stage walkout to stop sexual harassment; more reactions to shootings here and war abroad; Seahawks, Huskies barely beat teams from AZ; burned-out Vito’s building probably doomed.

10/18/23: DRINKING WITH THE GHOSTS
Oct 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

A grownup Halloween pop-up cabaret; Harrell wants to raid JumpStart tax for the city’s general fund; Amazon will use Microsoft cloud software for its own workers; Portland’s Voodoo Doughnuts coming to Seattle.

10/13/23: ‘REEL’ CHANGE
Oct 12th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

New SIFF sign goes up at ex-Cinerama; Cafe Racer closes for the fourth time; supporters of Israel and of the Palestinians kept apart at simultaneous UW rallies; Homelessness Authority job cuts could leave some, well, homeless.

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.

10/5/23: 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.

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).

10/2/23: THERE’S ALWAYS MUSIC IN THE AIR
Oct 1st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Black Lodge’ DIY music venue reborn; music clubs are learning how to stop fentanyl ODs; Seattle-area housing prices are driving people to leave the state; Mariners’ season ends with one blowout inning.

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.

9/26/23: ‘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.

9/25/23: A LEGEND’S LAST CALL
Sep 24th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Beloved bartender Murray Stenson RIP; ‘Justice for Jaahnavi’ activists march to SPOG HQ; Duwamish cleanup could cost a billion (will Boeing pay its fair share?); the rainy season’s arrived.

9/12/23: WHERE XX’S MEET XX’S (AND IDENTIFIERS)
Sep 11th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s newest lesbian bar; cops caught laughing about another cop running over someone; family-friendly shelter units are especially scarce; saving what’s left of Seattle’s historic Black neighborhood.

8/23/23: ROOTING FOR RUIN
Aug 22nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Spokane preacher prays for fire to ‘consume’ city (with its mayor on stage); King County considers new jail with ‘solar canopy;’ Seattle, DoorDash settle over labor violations; remembering a cancer scientist and competitive-dance organizer.

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