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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.’

11/13/23: 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.

11/1/23: 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.”

10/19/23: VAN(S) GO
Oct 18th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Amazon shows off its custom electric vans; judge says the state’s gotta pay $4.2 million to Value Village; more Bartells and Rite Aid locations closing; Starbucks sues union organizers over pro-Palestine social media post.

9/29/23: STAMP OF ACHIEVEMENT
Sep 28th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

USPS picks local artist for Hispanic Heritage stamp; cop who laughed at Kandula death taken off the streets; FTC suit says Amazon has a ‘secret pricing algorithm;’ judge cites Starbucks for underpaying unionized workers.

9/26/23: ‘SIX DAYS’ YOU WOULDN’T WANT TO LIVE
Sep 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Online game simulates a very-real war zone; Ann Davison wants OK to sweep encampments without promising shelter; 3rd Ave. could get high-rise rezoning; lawsuit cites birth defects among Boeing Everett workers.

9/15/23: THAT OTHER ‘LONGHAIR’ MUSIC
Sep 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Mike McCready starts a ‘grunge rock opera’ project; rally seeks justice for Jaahnavi Kandula; Seattle median income tops $100,000; a Seattle techie bemoans his lowly life.

8/28/23: WHAT A CARD!
Aug 27th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Critics question rollout strategy of Seattle company’s Disney collectible card game; Cal Anderson memorial tree replaced in Oly; WA’s next no-longer-affordable place to live; Tacoma as the next great radical hope.

8/24/23: FORGETTING A REMEMBRANCE
Aug 23rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Cal Anderson’s memorial tree suddenly removed from state capitol campus; wildfire smoke’s coming back here; 22 counties sue DSHS over ‘mental health failures;’ Republicans won’t believe Seattle’s not a burnt-down hellhole.

8/18/23: I DON’T KNOW’S ON THIRD
Aug 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Developer wants 3rd Ave to be a pedestrian plaza (no buses); Inslee sued over ‘gender affirming care’ law; wildfires shut down two City Light dams; the Seattle connection to a ‘racial’ (and racist) ‘brain collection’ at the Smithsonian.

8/17/23: ’SEEING’ TEXTURES
Aug 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Blind painter’s touchable works; heat wave drags on at least one more day; UW report exposes ‘use of force’ incidents at Tacoma ICE jail; state claims O’Reilly Auto Parts discriminated against pregnant workers.

8/15/23: SISTERS DID IT FOR THEMSELVES, AND FOR US
Aug 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Vital, historic African-American art from a sorority’s donated collection; almost every D1 council candidate endorses Megan Costa; new state drug law starts; one threatened north-end tree survives, one doesn’t.

8/10/23: IF IT’S THURSDAY, THIS MUST BE CHAT GPT
Aug 9th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

AI-written travel books with bot-posted rave reviews; historic Wedgwood tree saved; ‘stabilization workgroup’ proposes several new city taxes (not all of them legally available); right-wingers want to close one WA county’s only library.

8/9/23: DIGGING UP ROOTS
Aug 8th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Excavating a former Japanese American commercial nursery; AB selling Redhook, other beer brands to a ‘cannabis-lifestyle’ co.; Smith Tower for sale (again); what is and isn’t in MoPOP’s Laika Films exhibit.

8/4/23: BYE, ‘MoM’
Aug 3rd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Museum of Museums closing forever (partly due to faulty plumbing); UW Regents ponder what to do if Pac-12 Conference collapses; City Council approves studying new I-5 lids; my annual defense of the hydroplane races.

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