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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.

5/14/24: SAFE CROSSING
May 13th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s first ‘protected intersection’ installed; both ‘other’ Bob Fergusons quit governor’s race; Melinda French Gates quits the foundation she co-founded; former local comics publisher dies.

5/8/24: IN-TENT-CITY
May 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Book about a sanctioned encampment by someone who lived in it; UW ‘scuffle’ between pro-Gaza protesters, Charlie Kirk followers; Macklemore’s protest-supporting song; an online dashboard of Mayor Harrell’s ‘promises.’

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.

4/25/24: SPIRITS AND IMAGES
Apr 24th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Tessa Hulls graphic novel ‘Feeding Ghosts’ praised as an all-time great; SDOT paints over words on pro-ceasefire street mural; Boeing ‘bleeding cash;’ WA GOP convention delegates ‘not into democracy.’

4/24/24: YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE (GENDER-FLUID) SWEAT
Apr 23rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

3D tour of late, beloved Re-bar; students, others march for Gaza peace; ex-cop/suspected killer apparently kills self while on the run; Boeing engineers claim ‘retaliation’ by company.

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?

4/10/24: FOR FAR IS IT FROM HERE?
Apr 9th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Ex-UW researcher’s online walkability guide to the whole country; the bad old days of the Teen Dance Ordinance; another Boeing whistleblower speaks out; Cornish College to sell its last Capitol Hill building.

4/8/24: CANDLES ON A BENCH
Apr 7th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

More Cobain remembrances 30 years later; more on Boeing’s longtime fealty to the Almighty Stock Price; proposed SPD contract offers little to no increased accountability; there’s an eclipse and we’ll get it just partly (again).

4/5/24: 50 YEARS AFTER
Apr 4th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Anniversary of Spokane’s Expo ’74 (and of Cobain’s death); Harrell announces a not-so-exciting transportation plan; John Oliver vs. food delivery app companies.

4/4/24: HOME SWEET SQUEEZEBOX
Apr 3rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Accordion-esque apartment tower opens; refugees get a few more days in Kent hotel after one-night encampment; Manuel Ellis police killing co-defendant quits new job; Boise State prof ran an extremist website.

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.

4/1/24: MARKET FUTURES
Mar 31st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Master plan to improve Pike Place Market for local shoppers; SPD union gets tentative contract deal with city; Seattle Schools closing ‘highly capable cohort’ program; a print-media tradition few people probably miss.

3/29/24: NOT JUST THE CLOTHES ARE BLACK
Mar 28th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Black Punk Weekend brings both films and live acts; COVID’s not done with the City Council; GOP lawmaker mistakes Gonzaga b-ball team for ‘illegal invaders;’ Kraken holds Pride Night, defying NHL execs.

3/28/24: DEATH AND DYSFUNCTION
Mar 27th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

PBS docu-series recounts local COVID responses; famed mountain climber Lou Whittaker dies; anti-fossil-fuel protest held at Amazon’s head offices; and, oh yeah, it’s baseball season.

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