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12/8/22: THEY’VE GOT THE ‘TOUCH’
Dec 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sue Bird & Megan Rapinoe’s new media company to cover ‘revolutionaries’; next city housing levy could be a big ask; Metro cancels many runs due to faulty buses; MS, Amazon both get pieces of new Pentagon cloud-computing deal.

12/2/22: RUN FOR HER LIFE
Dec 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Running While Black’ author’s new KCTS series; court again rejects SPD officers’ suit against Sawant; Amazon to keep selling antisemitic video; does the state really need an ‘organized retail theft task force’?

11/7/22: BABY GOT BACKING
Nov 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sir Mix-A-Lot honored for his work helping local musicians during the shutdowns; over 300,000 folks lose power to weekend windstorms; city budget projections keep getting worse; ‘the threat to democracy is alive and well in WA state.’

10/28/22: F-STOPS AND RESTARTS
Oct 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Film photography’s big comeback; City Council’s ‘resident concern troll;’ Amazon stock price drops 20 percent; woman sues psychiatric hospital that kept her against her will.

10/21/22: INTELLIGENCE MEETS ARTIFICE
Oct 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

MOHAI’s big AI exhibit; friends, neighbors mourn Central District community advocate fatally shot near his business; El Corazon building (again) threatened by redevelopment; waiting for the cleansing rains to arrive at last.

10/13/22: HE’D BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD
Oct 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local doc profiles railway tycoon James Hill; labor judge slams Starbucks’ union busting; Nazi-sympathetic blogger had short-lived job with state GOP; security guard reportedly assaults handcuffed woman.

10/12/22: THE REAL FAULT IN OUR STARS
Oct 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

William Shatner on the sadness of space as seen from Jeff Bezos’ rocket; Seattle’s COVID ‘state of emergency’ to end; another post-CHOP report instructs SPD to ‘repair public trust;’ city of SeaTac to get the nation’s highest minimum wage (at least for some occupations).

10/11/22: STARS ON GUITARS
Oct 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Documentary celebrates Tacoma’s instro-rock legends the Ventures; can indie artists benefit from NFTs?; Alaska Airlines ‘redirects’ Portland Timbers/Thorns sponsorship $$; female hummingbirds adapting to avoid male aggression.

10/5/22: A YEAR IN THE LIVES
Oct 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Ten photogs making Chinatown-International District documentary; film historian/theater owner Dennis Nyback dies; SPD fires cop who ‘joked’ online about police-violence victims; Melinda French Gates’ $1 billion in investments for women.

10/3/22: LONG DROUGHT DONE
Oct 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Mariners finally make the playoffs (but the Sounders don’t); new report calls for razing Snake River dams to save salmon; Tiffany Smiley cries for, then disses, Starbucks; remembering a prolific fiction writer and alt-wellness advocate.

9/28/22: BACK TO THE ‘BLOCK’
Sep 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

CHOP documentary premieres inside ex-CHOP zone; Harrell’s budget plan favors police spending (natch); could a Seattle port dispute derail a regional dockworkers’ labor deal?; housing prices here decline the most since 2009.

9/23/22: ‘R’ FOR ‘REMEMBER’
Sep 22nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tacoma bar owners’ quest to restore the old, funny Rainier Beer ads; Seattle’s median income hits a new high (and why that’s bad); state official is ‘cautiously optimistic’ about the COVID fight in WA; we just had our driest summer ever.

9/16/22: RE-SPANNED
Sep 15th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

West Seattle Bridge to finally reopen; a lot of Seattle still works from home; Pierce County to dispense antidote drug Narcan from vending machines; Guild 45th theaters coming down.

9/13/22: WRECKAGE (LITERAL AND OTHER)
Sep 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon Prime Video documentary probes 737 MAX crashes’ aftermath; possible teachers’-strike breakthrough; Seahawks fans got their boos’ worth vs. Russell Wilson; dance club Neighbors to get new owners.

9/8/22: CAR-FREE, NOT ALWAYS CAREFREE
Sep 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

What it’s like to be carless (by necessity) in Seattle and its suburbs; teachers’ strike continues; the potential eco-threat from Canadian ‘tailings dams’; remembering an artist in non-narrative film.

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