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1/1/24: ’24 FRAMES
Dec 31st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

The Ins & Outs for the coming year of imperative action (and, we hope, some fun along the way).

12/29/23: WHAT ARE YOU DOING NEW YEAR’S EVE (AND DAY)?
Dec 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

A big weekend in these parts; more GOP Legislative priorities; Sawant bashes mainstream Dems one last time; will higher King Co. arts funding save local arts orgs?

12/28/23: UPROOTED
Dec 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

City removes BLM Garden at Cal Anderson Park; delivery co. leaves Seattle rather than heed new labor laws; AI data centers use a helluva lotta water for cooling; the state won’t get new ferry boats for a long time.

12/21/23: MUSIC’S IN HER GENES
Dec 20th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local young geneticist turned shoegaze singer; a big (non-musical) ‘metal shredder’ proposed for Bellingham; more threats against synagogues; Biden admin vows to preserve old-growth forests here and elsewhere.

12/18/23: THE REAL UNHEARD MUSIC
Dec 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Forgotten ‘90s band’s unreleased album, released; Native American homeless shelter to become King County parking lot; chain-owned commercial museum closes; awaiting a verdict on Manuel Ellis’ killers.

12/15/23: THE ARTIEST GHOSTS YOU KNOW
Dec 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Ghosts of Belltown’ group show opens new art space; ‘Jewish Voices for Peace’ mach closes University Bridge; city drug-treatment program already near capacity; could the feds order Starbucks to reopen unionized-then-closed stores?

12/7/23: TOO LEGIT TO ‘QUITTE’
Dec 6th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

UW prof on how every version of a song becomes its own work; rain/flood effects continue; SPOG head bashes police accountability agency; King County Council warns of ‘dire’ budget cuts ahead.

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.

11/22/23: NO NEMO, THOUGH
Nov 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

(Cleaned-up) stuff found in local sewers; cryptocurrency tycoon pleads guilty to allowing money-laundering; petition to keep ‘Dykekiki’ nude beach at Denny Blaine; Harrell wants SLU light rail to be less convenient. 

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.

11/1/23: THE SONGS HE LEFT BEHIND
Oct 31st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shawn Smith’s last recordings released; HoneyHole’s new owner apparently skipped town; Harrell wants a different new streetcar route; RIP to “the Chef in the Hat.”

10/30/23: DON’T CALL IT ROBBIE (OR ROSIE OR BENDER OR ARTOO OR…)
Oct 29th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon testing a movie-style robot (to do human tasks); KEXP may buy a northern-Calif. station; could Seattle apt. values shrink 30 percent?; man tries to ‘hire a prostitute for his horse.’

10/27/23: BOO-SEUM PIECES
Oct 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Japanese woodblock ghost stories at SAM; The Postman store staying open after all; PCC claims its workers make too much (they disagree); why this year’s World Series may particularly irk Mariners fans.

10/25/23: SONGS THE KRAMPUS TAUGHT US
Oct 24th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Our new (old) wintertime icon; state Supreme Court lets police tear-gas ‘rioters;’ Cal Anderson Park’s BLM Garden saved for now; Heart to reunite on New Year’s.

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