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5/21/24: INTENTS, NO LONGER IN TENTS
May 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Pro-Palestinian camp at UW dismantled; another lawsuit claims racial and gender discrimination at SPD; Burien could kill tiny-house village project it previously OK’d; Seattle hits a population milestone.

5/3/24: REAP THE WILD RAINIERS
May 2nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Documentary about Seattle’s favorite old beer ads premieres at SIFF; SPD officer censured after racial slur; protest encampment at UW gathers more support; two longtime WA wineries will be locally-owned again.

4/29/24: WELL TRAINED
Apr 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Eastside light rail’s arrival (at last, partly); the Boeing crisis and US manufacturing’s ‘dark age;’ feds’ report about ICE jail death leaves out a lot; FTC claims Amazon regularly deleted internal messages.

4/26/24: ‘HAM’ ON WRY
Apr 25th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle Rep’s ‘Fat Ham’ inverts Shakespeare tropes; Kraken leave cable for broadcast TV and Amazon streaming; big profits (and security concerns) for Microsoft; Rep. Adam Smith doesn’t like pro-Gaza protesters.

4/23/24: LISTEN TO THE BANNED
Apr 22nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Stories of young red-state clients of SPL’s ‘Books Unbanned’ program; Auburn police officer’s murder trial starts; more low-income tenants facing eviction; students planning big pro-Palestinian actions around the region today.

4/12/24: A SHOW WITH AFTERMARKET PARTS
Apr 11th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Cherdonna Shinatra’s cabaret show at an auto garage; most library branches to close one day a week; Carnation neighbors vs. Remlinger Farms’ concert plans; is T-Mobile supporting a red-states AGs’ group?

4/3/24: BIRD IS (STILL) THE WORD
Apr 2nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Storm legend, in new doc, states her case as Seattle sports’ GOAT; new SPD contract would include huge retroactive raises; outcry after Frye Art Museum curator’s layoff; Victor Steinbrueck’s little house to go for big bucks.

4/2/24: COURTING INFLUENCE
Apr 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Online ‘influencers’ are a growing target of restaurant marketing; Rainier View principal transferred out; more protests against Tacoma ICE jail; MAGAts will invoke racism on any flimsy excuse.

3/22/24: A POEM CLOSE TO HOME
Mar 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Public poetry coming to a storefront near you; feds say Apple’s ‘monopolistic’ behavior doomed Amazon, Microsoft smartphones; more Oso landslide remembrances; city’s auctioning off leftover pandemic PPE gear.

3/20/24: OF ‘SPICE’ AND STEREOTYPES
Mar 19th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Frank Herbert wrote a gay-coded villain while disowning his gay son; local newspaper chain’s mysterious new owners; traffic deaths set a recent record; MacKenzie Scott gives big (again).

3/19/24: ‘DISPLAY’ SETTINGS
Mar 18th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Print mag ‘PublicDisplay.ART’ folds; state official ‘asked to resign’ after claims of racist actions; more Boeing jets, more mishaps in Oregon; the down side of a warm early spring.

3/13/24: BOTS AND MONSTERS
Mar 12th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

AI-illustrated kids’ book from a Microsoft exec and son; no surprises in WA Presidential primaries; still more bad news for Boeing; Gonzaga loses WCC title game (a rarity).

3/6/24: MAKE ROOM! MAKE ROOM!
Mar 5th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

City finally releases new Comprehensive Plan, with far less new housing than advocates want; Muni Court judge denies allegations of bias; Burien makes homelessness (more) illegal; did Legislative Dems sell out LGBTQ youth?

3/1/24: POETRY AND TOURISM
Feb 29th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

A high-art video ode to Seattle; big WA labor union endorses ‘Uncommitted’ in Prez primary; trans worker sues Boeing over harassment; that famous CA-based burger chain’s coming to WA (but not near here).

2/22/24: ARRANGEMENTS IN BLACK
Feb 21st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Black History Month art & music picks; cop who struck Jaahnavi Kandula won’t be charged; Seattle takes back part of Regional Homelessness Authority’s funding; Boeing’s 737 program head resigns.

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