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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.’

5/7/24: DAYS OF ‘NO FUTURE’ PAST
May 6th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Remembering Seattle’s first (very short-lived) punk rock club; UW tells protesters it won’t cut Boeing ties; 3rd Ave’s real problem isn’t buses; another FAA investigation starts into Boeing’s safety practices.

3/11/24: RIPPING A NEW, ER, DOOR HOLE
Mar 10th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

John Oliver disses Boeing’s corporate priorities; county deputies asked to not enforce Burien camping ban; skyrocketing costs for salmon-friendly water passages; four years since the first COVID shutdowns.

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.

2/21/24: OTHER NEEDLES, OTHER HAYSTACKS
Feb 20th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Fictional Seattles in film, TV, and games; Harrell’s ‘State of the City’ speech short on specifics; labor union supports big grocery merger; Amazon goes on the Dow Jones Industrials.

12/26/23: TWO KINDS OF HARDBALL
Dec 25th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shaun Scott book recounts the age-old sports/politics interface; more reaction to acquittals in Manny Ellis’ killing; the complicated truth behind that ‘nightmare tenant’ story; what Boxing Day means to me.

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.

8/1/23: FROM THERE TO HERE TO THERE
Aug 1st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Three Thai-born Seattle filmmakers get noticed at Cannes; Bellevue finally has a permanent men’s shelter; Harrell announces revised drug-crackdown bill; the Pee-wee Herman legacy.

7/5/23: BEACHES FOR ME
Jul 4th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

A newly-constructed beach opens off Pioneer Square; it’s been 15 years since the Sonics were taken from us; WA wildfire season’s well underway; can ‘weirdos, not bros’ revive downtown Seattle?

6/7/23: BIG TECH, LITTLE KIDS
Jun 6th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Bellevue sixth grader’s contest-winning ‘Google Doodle;’ City Council nixes ‘new war on drugs’ bill; a Catholic high school picks a prom-queen couple; why many Seattleites hate the heat.

4/17/23: A TALE OF A FATEFUL TRIP
Apr 16th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Ferry runs aground at Bainbridge; I-90 Bridge light-rail tracks need replacing; major COVID-closed restaurant to finally reopen; tech cos. try to hire back their ex-employees—as temps without benefits.

3/20/23: HER NEXT MOVE
Mar 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

SPD detective/youth-chess mentor ‘Cookie’ Bouldin sues dept., claiming years of gender/race discrimination; county exec Constantine won’t run for governor; Kent schools plan staff cuts; Sawant bill would cap late-rent fees.

3/10/23: REIGN MAN RELEASED
Mar 9th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Shawn Kemp’s side of Tacoma parking-lot incident; COVID’s still killing folks here; online activists try to stop a big new Alaska oil-drilling project; a Capitol Hill institution insists it’s not getting redeveloped.

3/9/23: CRACKED MASON-RY?
Mar 8th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Painting credited to a NW master revealed as fake; another Idaho college caves to right-wing pressure, lotsa 737s still await modification at Moses Lake; Sonics legend Shawn Kemp arrested after drive-by shooting.

1/2/23: SKIDOO-ING INTO ’23
Jan 1st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

The innies and outies for a prime-number year.

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