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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.

11/30/23: CULVERT OPERATIONS
Nov 29th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Fixing fish passages under highways will cost the state a lot; city hits new homicide record; Children’s Hospital psych nurses say they need more security; Issaquah’s XXX is now the ex-XXX.

11/29/23: A ‘GAME’ THAT NEVER ENDS
Nov 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shaun Scott book tells Seattle history via Seattle sports history; Burien allows a ‘pallet shelter’ after all (with restrictions); Amazon’s got its own AI chat bot ‘for business;’ Broadway’s ex-cinema pharmacy RIP.

11/28/23: A PLAY FOR TODAY
Nov 27th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Locally-written drama explores Israeli-Palestinian rift; TV-station owners, streaming services playing fiscal hardball; SPD officer accused of helping drug runners; Alex Pedersen wants to use trees to deter residential development.

11/24/23: LIFE ON ‘TAP’
Nov 23rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Are taprooms ‘the new coffee houses’?; Sam Altman’s back at OpenAI (so he’s not going to Microsoft); anti-Israel slogans tagged on Mercer Island synagogue’s walls; Pac-12 football’s demise draws near.

11/21/23: PICS, AND IT DID HAPPEN
Nov 20th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Thousands of historic Asahel Curtis photos being digitized for the first time; Microsoft hires ousted OpenAI boss; Burien threatens to sue church for hosting an encampment; suit says Amazon drivers work too dangerously fast.

11/20/23: ‘MASTERS’ VOICES
Nov 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Past, present fans share memories of the doomed U Village Burgermaster; Apple Cup football series lives on; a new city councilmember’s odd rant about a traffic barrier; synagogue gets ‘threatening envelope’ in the mail.

11/17/23: YELLOW MEANS CAUTION
Nov 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Signs put up everywhere someone died in a car crash in Seattle; KEXP confirms it’s buying a San Francisco-area station; a multi-faith protest calls for a cease-fire; ‘three-story pickleball facility’ proposed for Interbay.

11/16/23: KAN-DO ATTITUDE
Nov 15th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

New owner-restorer works to get Nippon Kan Theater re-re-opened; big local law firm moves to smaller offices; Pike and Pine becoming one-way each (with bike lanes); UW fish researchers using ‘environmental DNA.’

11/15/23: SISTERLY FRENEMIES
Nov 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Graphic novel on sibling rivalry; no Seattle public schools to close (for now); some dogs missing after dog-daycare center catches fire; is Seattle ‘too boring to be the worst at anything’?

11/14/23: FOR THE, YOU KNOW…
Nov 13th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Big bird (not ‘Big Bird’) statue graces W. Seattle; another election office gets a ‘suspicious’ envelope; Northwest’s only Spanish-language TV newscast canceled; Providence Everett nurses to strike today.

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.

11/10/23: HER NEXT MOVE
Nov 9th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Famous chess-teaching policewoman sues SPD, claiming racism and sexism; ‘progressive surge’ in late ballots might change some races; US Rep. Derek Kilmer won’t run again; Megan Rapinoe’s last game is for Seattle’s first NWSL title.

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.

11/8/23: RISE OF THE NEAR-RIGHT?
Nov 7th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Business-backed candidates leading City Council races in early returns; protester fights back against extremist provocateur Jonathan Choe; another installation art space closing; two new Pike/Pine nightclubs opening.

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