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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?

11/23/22: WHEN HELPERS NEED HELP
Nov 23rd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Psychiatric nurse helps the homeless, and seeks help for her own burnout; more about the almost-final city budget plan; injury pauses Sunny Day Real Estate’s reunion tour; Cafe Nordo’s last act (for now).

11/22/22: ‘THE COMIC, NOT THE BAND’
Nov 21st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Fantagraphics marks 40 years of ‘Love & Rockets;’ a local memorial to traffic deaths had to update its numbers; Rep. Jayapal doesn’t like the big supermarket-merger plan; Starbucks closing another unionized store, again supposedly over ‘safety concerns.’

SPREADING THE WORD(S)
Nov 13th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

What those ‘HOMELESSNESS’ billboards are really about; Marie Gluesenkamp Perez wins in 3rd Congressional District; nobody seems to want a big new airport except the planners and bureaucrats; Ingraham students staging citywide, anti-gun-violence walkout today.

11/11/22: ERASED
Nov 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

‘Typewriter eraser’ sculpture leaves town in Paul Allen estate’s big art sale; student advocates don’t want cops back in schools; bus fatally runs over pedestrian; Amazon cutting more units.

11/8/22: ‘RABBIT’ RUN
Nov 7th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

New performance venue at ex-Can Can site aims to ‘rekindle Seattle arts scene’; big midterm races go down to the wire; SPD’s ‘history of killing people with knives;’ Dungeness crab dying off due to lack of oxygen.

11/3/22: ROCKET WOMAN
Nov 2nd, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Gillian G. Gaar on Elton John (and much else); Inslee wants more housing, shelters, and sweeps; city issues a ‘dire’ revenue forecast; Amazon’s ‘Treasure Trucks’ grounded for good.

11/2/22: I RE-COVER THE WATERFRONT
Nov 1st, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Aquarium expansion, Market-to-waterfront walkway now under construction; city sues opioid makers’ PR firm; Tacoma’s guaranteed-income program’s a temporary success; can progressives learn to at least talk persuasively to each other?

10/18/22: MAKING NOISE FOR PINOYS
Oct 17th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Peter Bacho’s book on growing up Filipino in Seattle; more wildfires mean more smoke; four city Human Rights Commission members quit; domestic-violence survivor fired from Amazon when she asks for time off to recover.

10/17/22: I DON’T KNOW’S ON THIRD
Oct 16th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Another concept for ‘reviving’ Third Ave.; Mariners drag it out to the bitter (elongated) end; grocery clerks’ union opposes Kroger/Albertsons merger; King County scraps expanded-shelter plan in SoDo.

10/13/22: HE’D BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD
Oct 12th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local doc profiles railway tycoon James Hill; labor judge slams Starbucks’ union busting; Nazi-sympathetic blogger had short-lived job with state GOP; security guard reportedly assaults handcuffed woman.

10/12/22: THE REAL FAULT IN OUR STARS
Oct 11th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

William Shatner on the sadness of space as seen from Jeff Bezos’ rocket; Seattle’s COVID ‘state of emergency’ to end; another post-CHOP report instructs SPD to ‘repair public trust;’ city of SeaTac to get the nation’s highest minimum wage (at least for some occupations).

10/11/22: STARS ON GUITARS
Oct 10th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Documentary celebrates Tacoma’s instro-rock legends the Ventures; can indie artists benefit from NFTs?; Alaska Airlines ‘redirects’ Portland Timbers/Thorns sponsorship $$; female hummingbirds adapting to avoid male aggression.

1010/22: CHANNEL-LING A HERITAGE
Oct 9th, 2022 by Clark Humphrey

Local waterway gets Indigenous-honoring name; Mariners keep doing the impossible; local concrete co. could help US Supreme Court in union-busting; trying to shame car drivers who park in bike lanes.

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