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12/9/22: CITY OF THE GODS, AND OF BEER
Dec 8th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Tom Dyer’s 40-song ode to Oly; marking 10 years since the same-sex wedding spectacular at City Hall; window shot at Renton drag-queen story hour site; FTC sues to stop Microsoft from taking over Activision Blizzard.

12/8/22: THEY’VE GOT THE ‘TOUCH’
Dec 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sue Bird & Megan Rapinoe’s new media company to cover ‘revolutionaries’; next city housing levy could be a big ask; Metro cancels many runs due to faulty buses; MS, Amazon both get pieces of new Pentagon cloud-computing deal.

12/7/22: THIS BIRD HAS FLOWN
Dec 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Last Boeing 747 leaves assembly line; appeals court upholds most counts against Tim Eyman; First Baptist Church puts its land up for sale; is Amazon turning its back on customer experience?

12/5/22: HER WAR FOR LOVE
Dec 4th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Margarethe Cammermeyer’s story retold to mark 10 years of marriage equality; Ed Troyer trial testimony gets ‘absurd;’ Amazon layoff levels could grow; UW’s star quarterback will be back.

12/2/22: RUN FOR HER LIFE
Dec 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Running While Black’ author’s new KCTS series; court again rejects SPD officers’ suit against Sawant; Amazon to keep selling antisemitic video; does the state really need an ‘organized retail theft task force’?

12/1/22: TEN YEARS AFTER
Nov 30th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

MOHAI marks a decade at South Lake Union amid a vastly-changing city; budget bill passes, but city will still need to find more revenue; Everett Herald cuts back on print editions; someone stole the stuffed cougar from Vito’s.

11/29/22: THINKING OUTSIDE THE OCTAGON
Nov 28th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

New book by a ‘poet and former cage fighter;’ city budget plan has three City Council dissenters; Willows Inn closes after sexual-harassment claims; ‘millions in unpaid tickets’ remain from West Seattle Bridge-related traffic violations.

11/18/22: SEEING ‘RED’
Nov 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Starbucks workers strike on ‘Red Cup Day;’ how GOP pollsters exaggerated Tiffany Smiley’s chances; Native American cafe to open in Pioneer Square; state agencies prep for the possible end of Twitter.

11/15/22: NOT ‘THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS’ BUT ACTION
Nov 14th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Students march on City Hall after Ingraham shooting; fired antivax WSU football coach sues; Amazon laying off 10,000 US corporate workers; how to save Seattle music and nightlife?

11/7/22: BABY GOT BACKING
Nov 6th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Sir Mix-A-Lot honored for his work helping local musicians during the shutdowns; over 300,000 folks lose power to weekend windstorms; city budget projections keep getting worse; ‘the threat to democracy is alive and well in WA state.’

11/4/22: REEL-ING IN THE YEARS
Nov 3rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Memories of the Bumbershoot arts festival’s One Reel-produced era; investigating a 2021 protest-site clash between an undercover cop and undercover deputies; should Union Station have trains again?; could Gonzaga basketball move to a major conference?

11/1/22: PLANT BASE(D)
Oct 31st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

The UW’s big new greenhouse; post-‘emergency’ COVID era here begins on the Day of the Dead; Lavender Country singer (a lifelong gay activist) dies at 78; Tiffany Smiley’s debate prevarications.

10/26/22: SEASON’S CREEPINGS, PART 2
Oct 25th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

More Halloween-esque spectacles; even-scarier GOP campaign ads; Rep. Jayapal pulls back from asking Biden to negotiate with Putin over Ukraine; prosecutor candidate Ferrell’s just-for-show ‘tough on drugs’ policy.

10/25/22: DIAGNOSIS: DISCRIMINATION
Oct 24th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local doctor’s memoir on the bad ol’ pre-‘Gray’s’ years for women in medicine; D’Vonne Pickett’s alleged killer may have ‘harassed’ him for years; COVID disruptions were bad for school test scores; floods might replace wildfires.

10/24/22: SEASON’S CREEPINGS, PART 1
Oct 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local Halloween-related sights and costume concepts; Seattle Colleges’ budget deficit much lower than previously estimated; Portland mayor wants to ban encampments; the weather (at last, at least) is back to normal.

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