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1/5/24: YOU’VE GOT A BRAND NEW KEY
Jan 4th, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Some new Windows PCs will have AI access on the keyboard; housing prices keep soaring; UW to redevelop southwest campus for research and biotech; Google AI’s running three Seattle street lights in a test program.

1/4/24: WELCOMING A ‘LEAP’ YEAR
Jan 3rd, 2024 by Clark Humphrey

Dudes ‘land’ a dangerous 1/1 stunt; Burien sued over anti-homeless laws; antivax crusader running for state attorney general; remembering the ‘Queen of Soaps.’

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.

12/26/23: 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.

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.

12/20/23: 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!).

12/18/23: THE REAL UNHEARD MUSIC
Dec 17th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Forgotten ‘90s band’s unreleased album, released; Native American homeless shelter to become King County parking lot; chain-owned commercial museum closes; awaiting a verdict on Manuel Ellis’ killers.

12/15/23: THE ARTIEST GHOSTS YOU KNOW
Dec 14th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

‘Ghosts of Belltown’ group show opens new art space; ‘Jewish Voices for Peace’ mach closes University Bridge; city drug-treatment program already near capacity; could the feds order Starbucks to reopen unionized-then-closed stores?

12/14/23: REBIRTH-A-RAMA
Dec 13th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Film, memories, and the ex-Cinerama’s reopening; Inslee’s big budget proposal includes $$ for opioid treatment and encampment sweeps; Boeing wants workers back in the office; Microsoft says bots can get past those ‘prove you’re human’ tests.

12/11/23: THE ‘ZU’ IS THROUGH
Dec 10th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Etailer Zulily’s final days; Denny Blaine Park won’t be de-nuded for a kiddie playground; Starbucks wants to talk to unions again (under certain conditions); UW QB Michael Penix Jr. doesn’t get the Heisman Trophy.

12/7/23: TOO LEGIT TO ‘QUITTE’
Dec 6th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

UW prof on how every version of a song becomes its own work; rain/flood effects continue; SPOG head bashes police accountability agency; King County Council warns of ‘dire’ budget cuts ahead.

12/6/23: CRY ME AN ATMOSPHERIC RIVER
Dec 5th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Heavy, warm rains bring floods, landslides, and stuck vehicles; many hospitals require masks again; WA population keeps getting bigger & older; Microsoft employees must return to the office or lose their desks.

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.

11/27/23: MOURNING IN THE FORECAST
Nov 26th, 2023 by Clark Humphrey

Local TV legend Steve Pool dies; UW football finishes an imperfectly-perfect regular season; evictions on the rise after pandemic protections end; pro-ceasefire protesters show up at Westlake Xmas-tree ceremony.

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