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9/30/22: WHEN ‘HOME’ FEELS LESS HOMEY
Sep 29th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local author on how to mentally survive on a changing planet; 191 texts were ‘manually deleted’ from Durkan’s phone after 2020 protests; local crab populations ‘flourishing’ but still not salmon; Congressional candidate Joe Kent tries to distance himself (but not too far) from far-right extremists.

8/19/22: JUST BEGUN TO GAME
Aug 19th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

12-year-old game developer featured at Emerald City Comic Con; an ‘NYT’ profile depicts Gravity Payments’ Dan Price as both a PR genius and an abuser of several women; more light-rail construction delays on all three projects; the preseason Seahawks look not-very-good.

6/6/22: LIKE A GROUP OF LIONS
Jun 5th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Pride returns live and in person; ex-SPD Chief Best may have known about East Precinct evacuation; did Starbucks close a store because it unionized?; mere ‘awareness’ of gun violence isn’t all we need.

6/1/22: THE FABRIC OF HIS LIFE
May 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Artist Joey Veltkamp’s life-affirming quilts; Harrell’s homelessness plan is, unsurprisingly, big on data; city council passes minimum wage for app workers; local home prices rise 5.6% in just one month.

2/25/22: YOUNG LIVES AND HALF-LIVES
Feb 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Hanford teen’s Hanford documentary; local Ukraine invasion reactions; state sues Swedish/Providence facilities over lack of ‘charity care;’ the price of a single parking space in Seattle.

2/21/22: LANDING APPROACH
Feb 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Netflix doc seeks 737 MAX answers in Boeing’s altered corporate culture; two high-profile downtown sweeps, two different responses; one dead as anti-racist protesters shot in Portland; could U Village become the Last Mall Standing?

2/14/21: ‘SMART TECH,’ DUMB MOVIE?
Feb 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

HBO movie ‘Kimi’ exploits Seattle tech-biz hype; city eviction moratorium to end in 2 weeks; forensics team believes Durkan’s phone was deliberately set to delete texts; REI management releases anti-union podcast.

2/11/22: WHO HE IS
Feb 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A Seattle civil-rights lawyer’s new documentary; a Kent school library can keep its LGBTQ books; Bellevue’s housing is now costlier than Manhattan’s; a Cascade volcano’s at a ‘very high risk’ of erupting.

1/31/22: THE ‘CENTRAL’ CONCERN
Jan 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Could Seattle Central College shrink (or worse)?; in-person homeless count will occur after all; Durkan thought about turning East Precinct over to hand-picked Black ‘community leaders;’ Clint Dempsey and Hope Solo named to US Soccer Hall of Fame.

1/4/22: O LITTLE SNOWBIRD…
Jan 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Back to regular (albeit wild) local winter weather and its side effects; school and other COVID test sites reach max capacity; UW researchers’ union drive proceeds; Duwamish Tribe gets a little more land in a community donation.

1/3/22: NEW YEAR, NEW THAW
Jan 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Holiday season, city snow both go away; Seattle schools to hold COVID testing day in lieu of classes; Bruce Harrell privately sworn in as mayor; it was a particularly deadly year on WA state roads.

12/30/21: THE WHOLE ‘BORING’ TALE
Dec 29th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Photo book recounts the Bertha tunnel project and its many complications; climate change’s role in our current cold snap; “Hoarders” reality-TV creator will work for Bruce Harrell; more proof that music streaming sucks for artists.

12/27/21: HAPPY DAY AFTER BOXING DAY!
Dec 26th, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Post-Xmas lights (and, oh yeah, the big snow); state sez Amazon won’t let it inspect warehouse safety conditions; PETA tries to deliver coal to Starbucks CEO in an anti-dairy protest; GameWorks stops working.

12/23/21: A ‘BUILT’ REPUTATION
Dec 22nd, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

A new book pays tribute to Seattle architect Paul Hayden Kirk; we’ll get very cold temps (and maybe also snow); Seattle grocery workers’ ‘hazard pay’ won’t end after all; UW modelers predict a massive COVID wave by February.

12/23/21: NOT A PRETTY SONG
Dec 21st, 2021 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-Seattle singer Mark Lanegan tells of his COVID nightmare; BC partly locks down again; two Tacoma officers exonerated over Manuel Ellis’ death; Seahawks clinch their first losing season in a decade.

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