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5/3/22: IN THE CUT
May 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A local artist of Mexican Indigenous descent and her woodcut tributes to land and family; WA drug-decriminalization initiative drive begins; did Reps. Beutler and Newhouse try to stop the Jan. 6 coup attempt?; what if the ‘Roe’ repeal’s already been decided?

5/2/22: DEEPER SOUNDINGS
May 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

How KEXP pivoted to a wider range of music (and DJs); developers’ coalition opposes ‘social housing’ initiative; Amazon’s stock price plunges; last year’s heat wave turned some evergreen trees red.

4/29/22: IT DIDN’T STOP
Apr 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

UW library exhibit shows political radicals still existed in the ‘70s; Amazon loses $3.8 billion; study shows more than half of 911 calls don’t need police response; Federal Way will get to eat bags of Dick’s.

4/28/22: ANOTHER ‘SAUCY’ SITE
Apr 27th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

A new Seattle-based website celebrates entertainment works by ‘American Asians;’ Boeing loses $1.2 billion; Seattle Central may end its landmark culinary training program; at least a cold April means a longer skiing season.

4/15/22: ONE ‘SMART’ OPERATOR
Apr 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

More triumphs for Seattle’s own ‘designing woman;’ a Good Friday walk with urban-design lessons; more Starbucks union wins; a ‘gayborhood’-appropriate grocery brand opens on Capitol Hill today.

4/14/22: SIFFING THROUGH THE YEARS
Apr 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Intl. Film Fest returns in shrunken form; Amazon warehouse injuries are up 20 percent this year; Sounders FC’s going to the CONCACAF Champions Cup final; no, an online comedian’s ‘Spokane style pizza’ isn’t real.

4/13/22: STILL NEEDLING
Apr 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Space Needle gets a little 60th-birthday makeover; a Chamber of Commerce poll is full of leading questions; a report cites continued ‘racial inequities’ in SPD’s use of force; statistics chart omicron’s ‘unequal toll’ across the state.

4/11/22: ‘LOVE WILL PREVAIL’
Apr 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-Ukraine mural in Gig Harbor vandalized, then remade; concrete drivers’ strike ends (without a new contract); Mariners’ season starts with a 2-1 record; Councilmember Andrew Lewis claims he didn’t always support encampment sweeps.

4/8/22: SPIN THAT WOOD
Apr 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle artist handcrafts a wood turntable set; Democrats (again) warned against appearing too liberal; suit seeks protections for nominally ‘independent’ Amazon delivery contractors; downtown’s becoming less a commuter destination and more a residential neighborhood.

4/5/22: KEEPING UP WITH THE BURNERS
Apr 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-Congressional candidate wants to adapt print-on-demand software to help save US manufacturing; Alaska Airlines pilot walkout causes more nixed flights; local rents keep soaring; WA potato crop’s way down this year.

4/1/22: ‘MAGMA’ OPUS
Mar 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The Henry Art Gallery has a major new installation piece; the search is on for a permanent SPD chief; more Seattle neighborhoods get even more affluent; Open Books will open again.

3/24/22: AFTER THE SLIDE
Mar 22nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering the 2014 Oso landslide and its victims; more questions, but not more answers in the China 737 crash; the Broadway and Denny Starbucks will unionize; Seattle Pride declines Amazon’s money.

3/21/22: THE COLOR OF SOUND
Mar 20th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Heritage of a largely women-run Spanish radio station in eastern WA; a beloved local sportscaster dies; shootings at more pot stores and along I-5; the (upscaled version of the) Canterbury bar will close.

3/17/22: THE GREATEST THING SINCE…
Mar 16th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The WA-based (and far-right) history of the ‘bread clip;’ a modern-day WA right-winger wants to scoop up exiled Ukrainian kids; police killings in Seattle and Tacoma; the famously anti-union Howard Schultz comes back as interim Starbucks CEO.

3/9/22: CLAMOR-RUSS? DISASTER-RUSS?
Mar 8th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Seahawks’ superstar QB reportedly traded; state redistricting committee chair quits; more local companies leave Russia; WA oil refineries have bought a lot of Russian crude.

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