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1/15/24: BAILIN’ KALEN
Jan 14th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

UW Huskies join Seahawks as (temporarily) coachless; precious works at Davidson Gallery burned; temp-Councilmember candidates down to eight; damn it’s cold!

1/12/24: LET THERE BE LIGHTS
Jan 11th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

An art installation for the dark season; lotsa folks wanna be a temp City Councilmember; SPD chief Diaz sued over sex and wage discrimination; we had a little snow with a chance for more.

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.

1/10/24: HE’S BEEN WATCHING
Jan 9th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

What happened to an SPD officer found spying on his ex; Inslee says WA’s ‘the strongest state;’ still more fallout from 737 MAX 9 debacle; snow just might show up around here today, or tomorrow, just maybe.

1/9/24: MODELS OF ROLE MODELS
Jan 8th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

PacSci exhibit extols women in STEM; Huskies fall short in national football title game; fallen ‘door plug’ from 737 MAX 9 found in a Portland back yard; beloved Tacoma bagel-shop owner killed in New Orleans.

1/8/24: THE DOOR OF RECKONING
Jan 7th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Blown ‘door plug’ on an Alaska Airlines flight from Portland grounds 737 MAX 9 jets; Gaza protest blocks I-5 for five hours; the Legislature’s back in session; Huskies playing for respect (and a national football title).

1/3/24: SIGHTS ABOUT SOUNDS
Jan 2nd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Group art show depicts positive vibes & Black music; new City Council installed; people in WA’s high-pollution areas die an average 2.5 years sooner; ex-Vito’s building to be demolished after second fire.

1/2/24: GHOSTS OF NEWSPRINT PAST
Jan 1st, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

The Rocket’s 21-year archives are now online; ex-Vito’s building burns again; New Year’s fireworks are a partial dud; 1/1 is a win/win for Seattle sports fans.

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.

12/22/23: ‘DISAPPOINTED, NOT SURPRISED’
Dec 21st, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Frustration after not-guilty verdicts to Tacoma officers in Manny Ellis’ death; Seattle Children’s won’t rat on trans patients to Texas authorities; state tells for-profit ICE jail to pay detainee workers; city ‘safe RV lot’ finally opening.

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.

12/20/23: RELICS OF OUR (AND OTHER) TIMES
Dec 19th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Art installation juxtaposes items of the ancient and recent past; AI art banned from Dungeons & Dragons; reiterating why Bartell’s is really shrinking; what Seattle can learn from Cleveland (really!).

12/19/23: THE LAST BLOSSOM?
Dec 18th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Molbak’s garden store in Woodinville, no longer part of a new development, will now no longer exist; award-winning Junebaby restaurant closing; state ferries’ boss quitting; what’s left of ‘the left’ in Seattle?

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