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5/15/24: MONDAY IN THE PARK WITH BREAD
May 14th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

‘Gays eating garlic bread’ event is a hit in real life and online; City Council, as predicted, approves big SPD retroactive-pay deal; UW student employees go on strike; feds say Boeing’s violated a post-737-MAX-crashes settlement.

3/21/24: POP GOES THE SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE
Mar 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

MoPOP’s ‘Massive’ and the big messages in pop culture; Seattle’s affordable-housing spending drops; UW’s new athletic director splits for Nebraska; Nordstrom may ‘go private.’

3/14/24: THE BIG PICTURE (AND A PLACE TO PUT IT)
Mar 13th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle U gets a $300 million art collection (plus funds to build a museum building); judge nixes state regulation of for-profit ICE jail; state Rep. Frank Chopp retiring after 30 years; Seattle Children’s settles sexual-harassment charges.

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).

2/28/24: REMEMBERING A TRAILBLAZER
Feb 27th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

The first Black woman to hold public office in WA dies; six protesters arrested at City Council meeting; Starbucks to negotiate with union organizers; another Boeing whistleblower speaks out.

2/19/24: TIME, PLACE, AND FAMILY
Feb 18th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Tessa Hulls’ graphic novel spans 100 years in China and the US; highlights of HistoryLink’s 25 years of yesterdays; Amazon wants the National Labor Relations Board to go away; one local bank’s buying, another’s selling.

2/1/24: REVOLUTIONS PER PAGE
Jan 31st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Ijeoma Oluo’s new book on how to ‘Be a Revolution;’ Christopher Rufo’s links to ‘scientific racism’ journal; King County youth jail won’t close any time soon; Seahawks to have NFL’s youngest head coach.

1/16/24: ‘NET’ RESULTS
Jan 15th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

50 years since the Boldt Decision strengthened tribal fishing rights; frozen water pipes bursting all over; Ferguson asks feds to block big grocery merger; service and cynicism on MLK Day.

1/11/23: THE ERA OF PETE, COMPLETE
Jan 10th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Pete Carroll ‘kicked upstairs’ from Seahawk coaching job; bill in Olympia would limit rate hikes; workers at Boeing supplier warned bosses about 737 MAX 9 problems; hundreds more Amazon layoffs at Twitch, Prime Video.

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).

12/27/23: YOU AND (A)I
Dec 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local sociologist says AI’s just an extension of human nature; five conservative state initiatives’ signatures are sent in; Starbucks, Amazon unions ‘are in limbo;’ fewer Seattle residents than (almost) ever are from here.

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.

11/7/23: A NEW KIND OF DATING GAME
Nov 6th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Locally-made video game with South Asian American vibe; activists block ship at Port of Tacoma; tech pundit claims Amazon overcharges on many items; it’s Election Day, remember?

11/3/23: POST-WORLD-SERIES-LETDOWN READING
Nov 2nd, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Seattle’s true face as revealed (in Shaun Scott’s new book) thru sports; wind knocks out power to many and sets a barge adrift; ex-King Co. jail guard accused of co-running drug ring; Bezos leaving town for Miami.

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